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Celebs react to Osama Bin Laden’s death

Even as the whole world is buzzing about the news that Osama Bin Laden has been killed in Pakistan, stars from across the world of show business have shown they are no different when it comes to voicing their shock and celebrate the death of Osama.

entertainment Updated: May 02, 2011 16:32 IST

Even as the whole world is buzzing about the news that Osama Bin Laden has been killed in Pakistan, stars from across the world of show business have shown they are no different when it comes to voicing their shock and celebrate the death of America's public enemy number one.

"I'm proud of our men and women in uniform. Wherever you are, take a minute to say thank you to one of the brave heroes who serve our country,” Contactmusic quoted Hollywood action man and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as writing on his blog on Twitter.

In a series of ''tweets'', CNN newsman Piers Morgan stated, "Bin Laden dead. Wow... What a moment for Obama. What a moment for America. Magnificent address by the President. And magnificent operation. This is his finest hour."

Actress Christina Applegate wrote, "Let me try this one more time...my heart raced when I heard the news. the terror he caused us was epic.the lives lost, too many..", while designer Nicky Hilton adds, "After 9 years, 8 months and 20 days justice is finally served. #binladenisdead."

The news was made even more emotional for rocker Nikki Sixx, who heard the news while in the Big Apple: "Being in New York and hearing that Bin Ladin is dead is icing on the cake...".

Meanwhile, a stunned LeAnn Rimes exclaims, "Omg (Oh my god), Bin Laden!!! Blessings to our troops and a bit of peace for our country and those who lost loved one''s (sic) in 9/11", and Spice Girl Melanie Brown writes, "We need to take a moment to give thanks to the soldiers who risked there lives."