AceShowbiz - Ellen DeGeneres, Amy Schumer and more celebrities react to the shooting at Oregon's Umpqua Community College which killed ten people on Thursday, October 1. They took to Twitter to express their condolences and support to the family of the victims.
Ellen wrote, "I can't imagine what the families of UCC are going through. The world is rising up to hold you in the light. I hope you can feel our love." Meanwhile, the "Trainwreck" actress tweeted, "Love to Oregon."
Eva Longoria also said, "My hearts and prayers for those in Oregon." Responding to the heart-breaking event, Tim Allen wrote, "Sad sad day for all the loss in Oregon." "Mistresses" actress Alyssa Milano even recorded the number of people who died in mass shootings in 2015 thus far as saying, "There have been 274 days in 2015, and 264 mass shootings."
Josh Groban also reacted to the devastating incident as saying, "Thinking of the good people of Oregon today and of the victims. Horrible." Similarly, Dane Cook wrote, "This shooting in Oregon is pathetic and abhorrent. My heart goes out. It's such a useless tragedy." Singer Sara Bareilles wrote, "Oh God. My head is reeling. I'm so sorry and so sad for the victims in Oregon. My prayers are with you," alongside a broken heart emoji.
After learning of the incident, actress Rose McGowan asked to stop National Rifle Association, an American nonprofit organization which advocates for gun rights. "Oh my god, Oregon State. When will this stop? This is madness. We must stop the NRA & its choke hold on our lives. AUTOMATIC weapons are weapons OF MASS DESTRUCTION.We can be louder than bullets," she tweeted.