Jason Aldean & Other Celebrities React To The Las Vegas Mass Shooting

At least 50 people died when a gunman opened fire at a country music festival overnight in Las Vegas when a shooter aimed at festival-goers from a nearby casino on the Las Vegas strip. The Associated Press reported Monday that more than 200 people were wounded. It is being reported as one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history.

According to the AP, the suspect, Stephen Paddock, has died. Two of the victims were off-duty police officers.

Jason Aldean was performing during the Route 91 Harvest Festival when the gunshots started. Since then, Aldean, along with a number of other country stars and celebrities, has spoken out about the attack. In an Instagram post, Aldean called the attack "beyond horrific."

"Tonight has been beyond horrific. I still don't know what to say but wanted to let everyone know that me and my crew are safe," Aldean wrote on Instagram. "My Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight. It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone who was just coming out to enjoy what should have been a fun night."

Aldean's wife, Brittany, also posted about the tragedy on her own Instagram account. "We are safe... our angels were definitely watching over us tonight. No words for what happened... Just horrific. Praying for everyone," she wrote.

Other artists who performed at the weekend's festival, including Lauren Alaina, Jake Owen, and Dylan Scott, among others, tweeted their messages of support for the victims' families. Country artists and other celebrities who weren't in Las Vegas tweeted support messages for the victims, too. Click through to see what celebrities have said about the deadly shooting.

This post was originally published at 9:00 a.m. EDT. We will continue updating with more celebrity tweets and Instagram posts about the tragedy.

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President Donald Trump
Former President Barack Obama
Former Vice President Joe Biden

Biden also sent a second tweet, writing, "How long do we let gun violence tear families apart? Enough. Congress & the WH should act now to save lives. There's no excuse for inaction."
Former Secretary of State & Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton
Former President Bill Clinton
Chelsea Clinton
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Jason Aldean
Brittany Aldean
Caleb Keeter

The musician shared a message about changing his mind about gun control after the tragedy.
Martina McBride
Kane Brown
Brad Paisley
Jake Owen
Dylan Scott
Lauren Alaina

Alaina also tweeted, "I won't be sleeping tonight. Instead I am going to pray and pray and pray for the people in Vegas."
Michael Ray
Chris Young

This was the fourth of Young's tweets about the attack. He also tweeted, "Spent I don't know how long on the floor of a trailer behind the stage... know multiple people are dead. Listening to that gunfire..."
Kelsea Ballerini
Maren Morris
Luke Bryan
Miranda Lambert
Thomas Rhett
Lee Brice
Dustin Lynch
Lady Gaga

Gaga also sent a second tweet about the mass shooting, calling it "terrorism, plain and simple."
Carly Pearce
Kelly Clarkson
Sam Smith
Ava DuVernay
Sheryl Crow
Mandy Moore
Riley Keough
Celine Dion
Steve Aoki
Amy Schumer
SwizZz
Gloria Estefan
Questlove
Jeffrey Wright
Chloë Grace Moretz
Harry Styles
Kourtney Kardashian

"What is happening to our world?" Kardashian wrote in a followup tweet.
Christina Perri
Khloé Kardashian

"This is heartbreaking to learn about! Things have got to change!" she wrote in a second tweet.
Bryan Adams
Brett Young
Granger Smith
Charles Kelley
DJ Jazzy Jeff
George Takei
Lili Reinhart
Paris Jackson
Diane Warren
James McVey
Trey Songz
Ne-Yo
Travis Barker
T-Boz
Ruby Rose
Janel Parrish
Angel Haze
Paris Hilton
Hailee Steinfeld
MUNA
Travon Free
Jamie Lynn Spears
Alyssa Milano
Yojiro Noda
Neil Patrick Harris
Kerry Washington
Kendra Wilkinson
Stephen King
Sarah Jessica Parker
Abigail Breslin
Karlie Kloss
Nicholas Hamilton
Holly Marie Combs
Carrie Underwood
Amber Tamblyn
Kate Hudson
Logan Paul
Sophia Bush
Christian Navarro
Ross Butler
Condola Rashad
Armin van Buuren
Michelle Branch
John Hodgman
Bex Taylor-Klaus
Nick Jonas
Lena Waithe
Elizabeth Banks
Ian Harding
LeBron James
E.L. James
Jessica Chastain
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Debra Messing
The Weeknd
Missy Elliott
Taran Killam
Gina Rodriguez

In a second tweet, Rodriguez wrote, "Nothing more foul than news media going from the weather to Vegas coverage to fashion trends in one breath. Shit should not be normal!"
Chrissy Metz
Paul Feig
Ben Platt
Don Cheadle
Demi Lovato
HAIM
Merrin Dungey
Busy Philipps
Hayley Williams
Rebecca Black
Tinashe
John Legend
Lisa Vanderpump
Bindi Irwin
Sia
Josh Groban

"I'm also filled with anger. Freedom should mean being able to go to school. Watch a concert. Gather to pray. Live in peace. #GunControlNow," Groban wrote in a second tweet.
Chrissie Fit

Fit also tweeted information about how to donate blood in Las Vegas.
Joan Smalls
Joshua Malina
John Mayer
Aly Raisman
Michael Ian Black
Ariel Winter
Gigi Hadid

"It sickens me the ease in which a TERRORIST can be sold a GUN. Is the ease really worth all these lives ?! This needs to stop," Hadid wrote in a second tweet. In a third tweet, she added that "this isn't the first shooting, and not the first deaths. Regardless he is a terrorist. Shame on him, not just on gun laws."
Dan Savage

Savage sent several tweets about gun control on Monday.
Hari Kondabolu
Emmy Rossum
Billy Eichner
Josh Gad
Tyra Banks
Bob Saget
Julianne Moore
Christina Milian
Mark Cuban
Dane Cook
Liam Payne
Niall Horan
Mark Ruffalo
Lena Dunham
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