U2 Honors Chris Cornell at Los Angeles Show
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The rock band plays a snippet of Soundgarden hit 'Black Hole Sun' during their set at the Forum in Inglewood.

AceShowbiz - U2 paid tribute to tragic Soundgarden star Chris Cornell to mark the first anniversary of his death at a show in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, May 16. The group played a snippet of Soundgarden hit "Black Hole Sun" during their set at the Forum in Inglewood as Cornell's friend, Brad Pitt, watched from the audience.

Chris committed suicide in a Detroit, Michigan hotel room after a Soundgarden concert in the city on 18 May, 2017.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper, and Lady GaGa were also spotted at the star-studded U2 concert.

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