Adele, Andra Day, and Lady Gaga are just three stars who have offered their condolences to the victims of the Orlando mass club shooting, now Beyonce and Janet Jackson are offering their acknowledgements, as well.
Last night (June 14), Beyonce wrapped her show at Detroit’s Ford Field with a performance of “Halo,” like she always does. But this time, she dedicated the performance to victims of the club shooting.
“This next song is about love,” she told the crowd, “and I’d like to dedicate it to all the family members of those who lost their lives in Florida.”
A fan captured 30 seconds of the performance: See below:
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Janet Jackson is another star who’s showing her support. She shared a video made by her fan Lamont Hicks, who posted the video on Monday (June 13). With the video, Jackson tweeted,“You’ll never be forgotten. #WeAreOrlando #Unbreakable.”
Using Janet’s song “Shoulda Known Better” from her latest album Unbreakable, the video shows pictures of some of the victims of the tragedy, also making a political point with a clip of President Obama discussing gun control.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the families, friends, and loved ones of those gunned down in Orlando.