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Celebrities mourn the passing of Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell in 2011.

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Chris Cornell in 2011.

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler was among the many celebrities who paid tribute to the late Chris Cornell on social media Thursday. Tyler posted a photo of himself and Cornell on Facebook and Instagram and wrote, in all caps: “THERE’S A NEW STAR IN THE HEAVENS TONIGHT...THAT WILL SHINE FOREVER FROM THE MEMORY OF YOUR DREAM...YOU WERE THE ICING ON EVERY BAND YOU PLAYED WITH...YOU WERE A GREAT FRIEND CHRIS...THE WORLD WILL MISS YOU DEEPLY...SADLY...LOVINGLY...”

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry shared a photo of himself and Cornell on Twitter and wrote: “Very sad news about Chris Cornell today. A sad loss of a great talent to the world, his friends and family. Rest In Peace.”

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Actor Chris Evans also expressed sadness about Cornell’s passing. The “Captain America” star and Sudbury native wrote on Twitter: “Chris Cornell was a genius. Too much talent in one man. I have countless memories listening to his music growing up. Devastating. RIP.”

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