Fifth Harmony Reunites to Honor School Shooting Victims
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'Devastated to hear about Santa Fe High School this morning,' they say, adding, 'Our hearts go out to those affected.'

AceShowbiz - The stars of Fifth Harmony have regrouped to pay tribute to the victims of America's latest school shooting.

At least nine students and one teacher were killed when a gunman opened fire at Santa Fe High School in Texas on Friday, May 18, and many celebrities were quick to repeat their calls for lawmakers to pass gun control laws.

The girl group performed it's final show in Florida a week ago, but the bandmates were unified by the latest tragedy, taking to their group Twitter account to write: "Devastated to hear about Santa Fe High School this morning. Our hearts go out to those affected."

"My prayers go out to everyone affected by the Santa Fe School shooting," singer Khalid added. "Something needs to change. kids should not have to fear for their life while going to school, they should feel safe. We need control."

And actress and activist Farrow expressed her dismay at the frequency of school shootings.

"More kids shot dead: At least eight people - and as many as 10 - have been killed in Santa Fe High School shooting," she writes. "This is the third school shooting in 8 days, and the 22nd since the beginning of the year."

U.S. leader President Donald Trump has also commented on the tragedy, writing: "We grieve for the terrible loss of life, and send our support and love to everyone affected by this horrible attack in Texas. To the students, families, teachers and personnel at Santa Fe High School - we are with you in this tragic hour, and we will be with you forever..."

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