We're happy to see we're not the only ones outraged by all this!
Ch-ch-check out all the celebrity reactions to Harambe the Gorilla's killing (below)!!!
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Dexter star Michael C. Hall joined other cancer survivors on Sunday at UCLA's charity walk, "A Celebration of Survivorship, On Track for a Cure".
The event at Drake Stadium benefited the UCLA Lymphoma Program by raising donations to help researchers fight to find a cure for lymphomas.
On top of a walk-a-thon to honor the patients, family members, caregivers, supporters and treatment professionals who dealing with the disease, there was live music, food, and speeches from prominent researchers in the field.
Such a great cause we know is VERY dear to the actor's heart! We can only hope the facilities success curing the cancer continues to rise!
Check out more pics of Michael at the charity event below!
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Michael C. Hall sure knows how to manage his time.
The actor grabbed lunch with a lady friend in El Lay on Friday afternoon, then headed to the gym after a quick change at his car.
Now that's discipline! We only wish we had the motivation to go to the gym after scarfing down delicious food. Ha!
The actor must be shaping up for his return as the devilish Dexter since season 6 of the hit show begins filming again in May!
This will also be the first season since his split with his wife and co-star Jennifer Carpenter. Awkward? Maybe, but we're sure the ex's will be nothing but professional on set and we're looking forward to the new season.
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Michael C. Hall was spotted on his way to a weekend yoga class in El Lay this past Sunday.
He must need the positive energy to cancel out the killer vibes he gives out on his hit Showtime series Dexter!
The actor recently joined the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk that will help fund lifesaving research and support for people battling cancer.
It's awesome to see great actors supporting GREAT causes! Click here for more info on how to get involved!
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