Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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As we previously reported, on Thursday night, a 58-year-old white male opened fire during a screening of Trainwreck in Lafayette, Louisiana — killing two victims and himself, as well as injuring at least seven people.
This incident is mere days after James Holmes was found guilty of murdering 12 people at a screening of The Dark Knight back in Colorado in 2012.
Many in Hollywood joined the blonde beauty and took to the social media site to send their thoughts to the people of Lafayette and to comment on this unspeakable tragedy — including Sam Smith, Donald Trump, Gabrielle Union, and John Green.
Check out their responses below:
Tamera Mowry-Housley is a mom (again)!
The Real co-host and her husband Adam Housley welcomed a precious little angel into the world on Wednesday.
They named their beautiful baby girl Ariah Talea Housley. The 10-pound baby is the couple's second child together, which means their two-year-old son Aden John Tanner has officially been promoted to big bro! Awww!
She said her little man is so excited to meet his new sister, saying:
"We are beyond overjoyed and blessed with our beautiful baby girl. Aden already made a welcome video for her."
We know how you feel, Aden! We can't wait to see the first sweet snap of this lovely little one!
Congratulations to the proud parents!
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We're all still trying to get over Sunday night's Game of Thrones finale.
But we're not the only ones who were shell-shocked by the death of a fan favorite character!
And some celebs even shared their theories on if the character was really gone for good. That's right, Holly Madison — don't give up hope just yet!
Share your pain of the finale by hearing what celebs had to say (below). Some even got a response from cast members! SPOILERS OBVIOUSLY.
Tia Mowry definitely just schooled everyone on how to take a #TBT pic!
The Twitches actress took to Instagram on Thursday to share an epic recreation of one of her classic childhood images.
Things just got real for The Real.
Its been announced that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a complaint against Warner Brothers for a policy that caused the studio to ask two Muslim women wearing headscarves to move out of the camera's view!
In February, four young women attended a taping of daytime talk show The Real. Two of the women were wearing Islamic headscarves, aka hijab.
While they were waiting, studio officials told them that the hijab-wearing women couldn't sit in the front row because they shouldn't be seen on camera, according to a studio policy.
Though the women complied, they were understandably upset by the anti-Muslim policy. CAIR Senior Civil Rights Attorney Fatima Dadabhoy had this to say about the incident:
This is so sad!
Despite being in 3LW & The Cheetah Girls, it seems as though Adrienne Bailon is still not content with her music career.
The Real co-host may have found success on TV for the moment, but on Wednesday's all-new episode, the 31-year-old breaks into tears over her role in the music industry!