Right now the whole world is shocked and saddened after the latest evil terror attack in France.
Last night (14th July) 84 innocent people were horrifically killed after being run over by a terrorist driving a lorry through a crowd of people during the celebration of Bastille day in Nice.
Many of the 84 victims were children and over 50 people have suffered serious injuries.
As the world stands in solidarity with France after the latest attack, celebrities around the world have been sharing their shock and sadness over last night’s events.
X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell took to Twitter to send his prayers to those affected; “Just heard the terrible news from Nice. I am shocked. My thoughts and prayers to all affected.”
Pop singer and former X Factor judge Cheryl tweeted a message of love and support for the victims, writing: “So shocked and saddened. My heart hurts.. Love, thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by the Nice massacre”.
Cameron Dallas took to the social media site to ask everyone to pray for the world; “Everyone please #PrayForNice, and pray for the world right now. My heart is crushed seeing these current events unfold. Be safe, be aware”.
Love Island star Zara Hollland tweeted a message of prayer; “#PrayForNice thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Nice. Heartbreaking”.
Singer Anastacia called for an end to the hate; “Heartbreaking to hear about Nice. Enough hate. #PrayForNice”.
Former Blue star Duncan James sent his thoughts and prayers to the victims; “My thoughts and prayers go out to all those involved. Such horrific news and another sad time for france. When will this stop?? #PrayForNice”
Singer and actress Hilary Duff sent her love and thoughts, writing: “love 4 Nice.love 4 France.love 4 all devastated families.Lots of love for injured people&lost lives #PrayForFrance”
T.V presenter Kate Thornton sent her thoughts to everyone affected; “My heart, thoughts and prayers are with our neighbours in France today #PrayForFrance X”.
Everyone at CelebMix would like to send their deepest sympathies to everyone affected by the Nice massacre and like everyone else we pray for peace.