Entertainment / 07-04-2020

Celebrities react to John Prine's death due to coronavirus: 'Just gutting'

Celebrities react to John Prine's death due to coronavirus: 'Just gutting'

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Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine has died from coronavirus complications.

The 73-year-old musician had a career that spanned several decades and earned him many accolades -- including two Grammys -- and countless hit songs, such as "In Spite of Ourselves," "Clay Pigeons" and "Angel from Montgomery."

With such an illustrious career under his belt, it's no wonder that the stars took to social media to share their grief over the loss of Prine.

Country crooner Miranda Lambert shared her heartbreak.

"Thank you for everything," she tweeted. "One and only."

Singer-actress Mandy Moore also expressed her grief online.

"John Prine," she simply wrote, accompanied by a broken heart emoji.

Actress Beth Behrs shared a photo of Prine performing on stage, revealing that a personal connection to the legend's tunes.

"My how my heart hurts. We lost one if the greatest #JohnPrine. Your music was part of me falling in love with husband @MichaelGladis. Your wit, humor and heartbreakingly beautiful melodies will live on forever.

Hollywood's Taika Waititi also chimed in.

"RIP John Prine," he tweeted. "This sucks."



07-04-2020 23:45, source: foxnews, by James Foster
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