Taylor Swift Pens Handwritten Note to Families of Orlando Shooting Victims: 'There Are Millions of Us Sending

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Taylor Swift is paying her respect to the victim's of the Orlando massacre.

Funerals for the 49 people who died in the worst mass shooting in modern American history began Thursday, and the 1989 singer shared a handwritten letter to Instagram on Friday, addressing the families of the victims by name.

"As you bury your loved ones this week, please know that there are millions of us sending you love and our deepest sympathy in the face of this unthinkable and devastating tragedy," the 26-year-old singer wrote.

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Nearly a week after the tragedy in Orlando, there has been an outpouring of love and support from celebrities, and the LGBTQ community.

During a Tuesday night performance in Detroit, Beyonce dedicated an emotional rendition of her song, "Halo" to the victims' families.

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"This is a song about love," she told the audience. "This is to all the family members who lost family members in Florida."

Watch the heartfelt moment below.