Stars Express Anger, Sadness Over Amy Winehouse’s Death

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As Hollywood caught wind of Amy Winehouse's death, celebrities flocked to Twitter to express their feelings of sadness, anger and confusion. Here, Us Weekly compiles their thoughts on the 27-year-old performer's passing.

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Lily Allen, 26: It's just beyond sad. There's nothing else to say. She was such a lost soul. May she rest in peace.

Rihanna, 23: Dear God have mercy! I am sick about this right now! I am genuinely heartbroken about this.

Demi Lovato, 18: So sad. Unfortunately the world lost an incredibly talented woman to such a powerful disease: addiction. RIP.

Usher, 32: I'm so sad to hear the horrible news of Amy Winehouse's death. I'm so happy I knew you Amy. Rest well. Gone too soon. We'll miss you!

Demi Moore, 48: Truly sad news about Amy Winehouse. My heart goes out to her family. May her troubled soul find peace.

Billy Corgan, 44: Sad to hear about Amy Winehouse. I mourn any time one of our own passes on. A tragedy, no doubt. Truly sad.

Josh Groban, 30: Drugs took her gift, her soul her light, long before they took her life. RIP Amy.

Drew Lachey, 34: I just heard about Amy Winehouse. Why is it that some of the most talented people seem to have the most demons? She'll be missed.

Jessica Alba, 30: So sad about Amy Winehouse — she was so talented. Really tragic.

Ricky Martin, 39: I just found out. I feel pain. I feel anger. Rest beautiful girl rest. You are free! RIP Amy.

Nicki Minaj, 28: Please tell me Amy Winehouse didn't die. Is this some sick joke?

Sophia Bush, 29: This Amy Winehouse news is just so sad. To anyone struggling with addiction, please, please, please seek treatment.

Joel Madden, 32. RIP Amy. Your voice will live forever.

Kim Kardashian, 30: I just heard the news that Amy Winehouse passed away. What a true talent. I pray she's in a better place and at peace.

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