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Aurora theater shooting: Missy Franklin, The Fray and more react on Twitter

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Twitter lets folks from all walks of life to share their thoughts about tragedies like the shooting at the Aurora Town Center Century 16, celebrities included. Many stars who've weighed in have connections to Colorado, including Olympic hopeful Missy Franklin, The Fray and budding minister Peter Tebow (nothing from Tim Tebow yet). But also posting are a wide variety of other notables, ranging from Eva Longoria (who was just here pitching for Obama), Billy Ray Cyrus, Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx, The Boston Red Sox and more. Check out a sampling below.

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Page down to see more tweets about the Aurora theater shooting.

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