What an emotional day.
As we continue to try to grapple with the horrible events that occurred in Orlando early Sunday morning, celebrities are proving they have been just as emotionally stung by the violence as we are — and they are showing strength and love.
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Several celebs — including Nick Jonas, Lady GaGa, Andy Cohen, Tituss Burgess, and more — spoke at vigils around the country on Monday night, memorializing the victims of the weekend's senseless attack.
Burgess spoke at a vigil in New York City, and the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor was obviously extremely emotional — and took the shooting personally, as so many of us have. He said:
"I have to tell you, being here and seeing all of your faces has comforted me in a way that I did not expect coming down here. I am indeed Orlando, and in times like this, I find myself at a loss for what to do. I love you guys."
Burgess sang Somewhere from West Side Story in an attempt to bring the crowd unity, before departing the stage in an obviously emotional state: