Ariana Grande and more celebs call for gun control

Ariana Grande is just one of many celebs reacting to the Las  Vegas shooting on social media and calling for gun control. “My heart is breaking for Las Vegas,” she tweeted. “We need love, unity, peace , gun control & for people to look at this & call this what it is = terrorism.” For Grande the shooting hits close to home she had just finished her concert in Manchester when a terrorist killed 22 people leaving the show with a bomb back in May. Lady Gaga, Elizabeth Banks, Amy Schumer, Julianne Moore Emmy Rossum, John Legend, Jessica Chastain and many more joined Grande in her message for gun control.

Marilyn Manson has canceled nine tour dates following an accident on stage Saturday in New York. A stage prop fell on the singer while he was performing. Manson was forced to cut that performance short and was treated at a hospital for injuries. According to a statement he will be recovering at his home in Los Angeles.

Hugh Hefner’s widow broke her silence on Monday about his death. In a statement to People Crystal Hefner wrote “I am heartbroken. I am still in disbelief.”  She also confirmed that Hefner was laid to rest in a private ceremony over the weekend. “He is in the place he was always certain he wanted to spend eternity.”