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Hollywood Reacts to Bastille Day Attack in Nice, France

A truck ran into a crowd, killing dozens during a Bastille Day celebration in Nice, France

Stars across film, TV, music and other media took to Twitter their thoughts and prayers to the city of Nice, France following a deadly truck crash in the city on Thursday.

The truck plowed into a crowd in the French city on Thursday night during a Bastille Day celebration, leaving 73 dead and as many as 100 people injured. French officials reported soon after the attack that the truck driver had been neutralized.

“I’m so sorry for all that is happening, Nice,” Michaela Watkins, the star of Hulu’s “Casual,” wrote on Twitter. “We are grieving with you. We are worried with you. We love you. .”

The musical duo Disclosure had just left Nice.

“Thoughts with everyone affected by the horrific scenes in Nice, France. We were just there this morning.. Can’t believe it!” the group tweeted.

The attack struck close to home for Christina Milian, who said her family was supposed to be in France today.

“So saddened right now. ,” she wrote. “My family was suppose to be there today. Thank God they’re safe. Nice I am praying for you.”

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump wrote on Twitter that he would be postponing the announcement of his pick for vice presidential running mate, which had been expected to come on Friday morning.

“Another horrific attack, this time in Nice, France.” he wrote. “Many dead and injured. When will we learn? It is only getting worse.”

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