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Wednesday
Jul062011

Celebrities Tweet Reactions to Casey Anthony Verdict; Jay Leno Jokes

Red Huber-Pool/Getty Images(ORLANDO, Fla.) -- Casey Anthony was found not guilty in Florida Tuesday of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony.

The verdict shocked people everywhere, including many celebs, who took to Twitter to give their reaction to the jury’s decision.  Here a sampling of some of their tweets:

The Office star Rainn Wilson : "Dear Florida, THANK YOU for freeing Casey! She's now available for partying and babysitting!"

Sharon Osbourne: "Casey Anthony not guilty??.....it’s a disgrace. She’ll probably get her own reality show now."

Kathy Griffin: "Wow. Ok, now this case has my attn. Not guilty? Really? I just assumed..."

Aubrey O'Day: “They said she’s Not Guilty guys. The jury was her maker & that’s the law. I don’t know, my heart hurts. I don’t feel like justice was served.”

Roseanne Barr: "casey-you were so smart to hide the body in the swamp! You got away with killing your baby!"

Kim Kardashian: “WHAT!!!!???!!!! CASEY ANTHONY FOUND NOT GUILTY!!!! I am speechless!!!”

Mandy Moore: “I'm from Orlando and have been hooked on the trial the last few weeks. The defense team was abysmal! This is shocking! Poor, poor Caylee.”

Kevin Nealon: “Casey Anthony. You go girl! You have three years of partying to make up for!”

Star Jones: “I believe in the jury system & accept the verdict...but I can't take smiles from Casey Anthony right now. She may be Not Guilty...but her baby is dead!”

Carson Daly: “That jury better get into hiding.”

Jay Leno reacted to the verdict during his monologue on Tuesday’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno.  Referring to the jury that found O.J. Simpson not guilty, Leno joked, “Apparently what happened was the O.J. jury retired and moved to Florida.  This is their first time back.”

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Monday
Oct042010

Mandy Moore Goes to Africa to Help Fight Malaria 

Photo Courtesy - Storefront Records(AFRICA) -- Mandy Moore says she learned a valuable lesson last week while she was in Africa. Moore was assisting the United Nations Foundation's "Nothing but Nets" campaign, which provides bed nets that protect people from malaria-carrying mosquitoes. Malaria is the number-one killer of refugees in Africa, though Moore says the spread of the disease is "entirely preventable."

Speaking to reporters during a teleconference Friday from Africa, Moore said, "I will be tirelessly returning home with the message that we can prevent this disease, and we can save lives, and we just need everyone's involvement."

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