We're still in shock over the death of rock and roll music icon and pioneer Chuck Berry.
The 90-year-old musician was found dead in St. Charles County, Missouri earlier today, as we reported.
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And now, celebs are showing a LOT of love to the legend — his death is a big deal, and a big loss for music.
Here's what dozens of celebs had to say about Berry's death at 90 years old (below):
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Legendary musician Chuck Berry, who brought rock and roll to the forefront of the American consciousness, has died.
He was 90 years old.
The St. Charles County (Missouri) Police Department confirmed on Facebook that they responded to a call on Saturday afternoon that involved an unresponsive man at a private residence.
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The police department arrived, attempted to revive the man, but were ultimately unsuccessful in doing so.
Later, they released this statement (below) about it being Berry who was officially pronounced dead:
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Hardest working man in showbiz!
Music legend Chuck Berry fell ill during a performance at Chicago's Concert Theater Saturday night and had to be escorted off stage.
The show's promoter said, "Obviously, something was off … Fifteen minutes into the set it went from fine to something wasn't right. He was starting songs mid-song, playing 15 seconds of a song."
The 84-year-old was a trooper though and didn't want to disappoint fans so he got back on stage, assuring fans that he was alright. Watch the video (above) of him talking to the audience. The guy even had the energy to do his infamous duck dance!
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