Trish’s Trash: Celebs Tweet about Boston

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The celebrity news today isn’t surrounding Justin Bieber’s new shirtless pics of himself…hard to believe I know (a little sarcasm). I gathered a list of what the celebrities are tweeting about the tragedy at the Boston Marathon yesterday.

Boston native Ben Affleck: Such a senseless and tragic day. My family and I send our love to our beloved and resilient Boston.

Taylor Swift: Sending all my love to Boston after a day of sadness and confusion and not knowing what to say. I just don’t understand.

Rob Thomas: If you can check out @pattonoswalt on facebook. His post was the most clear thing I’ve read about the times we live in.

Adam Levine: Sending love to Everyone in Boston.

Rosie O’Donnell: I wish CNN would stop showing the bombing over and over and over – #terrorizing

Steve Martin: “…And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night, that our flag was still there.” #Boston

Bill Maher: It’s horrible, but this time, let’s not overreact, wallow, erect monuments to terrorism; let’s handle it Israeli-Munich style.

Sarah Silverman: I hate not knowing where to put all this rage & sadness.

Justin Timberlake: My thoughts and prayers are with everyone in the city of Boston and all of those affected by this terrible incident

Ellen DeGeneres: Let’s all send our thoughts, our prayers and our energy to the people injured in Boston. My heart is with you.

Lindsay Lohan: Sending prayers to everyone who was/is at the #bostonmarathon.

Carson Daly: Praying for those hurt at #bostonmarathon – so terrible. 2 explosions at Finish line. News is all over it. So sad.

Lea Michele: Sending my thoughts and prayers to everyone in Boston right now….

Larry King: My thoughts are with those injured in Boston. Details are still coming in, but we need to not jump to conclusions without all the facts.

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