However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying:
[Image via Johnny Louis/Brian To/WENN.]
Hollywood is so heartbroken by this sad news.
See their solemn reactions (below):
The America's Got Talent host debuted a bright magenta head wrap at the lingerie show, and it sounds like the comedian only got a glimpse when the program aired on CBS on Monday.
It's been a sad couple of weeks.
On Monday, Glenn Frey of The Eagles died at 67, after suffering from intestinal issues for a few months. And we weren't the only ones rocked by his tragic passing.
Fellow artists like Niall Horan and Gene Simmons shared their sadness online over the loss of the late legend, but this grief wasn't only limited to members of the music community.
See how all these stars reacted to the guitarist's death (below):
Workaholics never fails to bring the craziness, and it looks like the new season won't let us down.
Not only are Blake, Adam, and Anders returning as their ridiculous selves, but they've got a couple BIG guest stars in season 6's premiere of Workaholics!
In a brand new episode premiering tonight on Comedy Central, Liam Hemsworth, Dane Cook, and
The Weasel Pauly Shore are all jumping in on the hilarity and joining the boys at Telamericorp — the fiction telemarketing company.
If name recognition isn't enough to get you to watch, then check out the preview for tonight's premiere (below) as the Hunger Games star sells us with a wink!
We were absolutely devastated to learn about the shooting Thursday at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
A gunman opened fire on the school's campus, killing as many as 10 people and injuring 20 others. This terrible tragedy is one of many in the United States this year alone.
The shooter was reportedly killed in a firefight with authorities who were responding to the 9-1-1 call.
We aren't the only ones whose hearts were broken to hear about this sad, senseless act of violence. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Eva Longoria took to Twitter to express their grief and share their condolences, writing:
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.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 1, 2015
Amy Schumer also used the status-sharing site to share her sadness, saying:
Love to Oregon
— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) October 1, 2015
Take a look at all the other stars who responded to the horrifying attack in Oregon:
Well that didn't take long!
In true comedic fashion, the 43-year-old quipped: