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Stars react to death of Stephanie Moseley and Earl Hayes

As news spreads of the tragic death of "Hit the Floor"star Stephanie Moseley at the hands of her husband, rapper Earl Hayes, in what police are calling a murder-suicide on Monday, the couple's many celebrity friends are taking to social media to share their grief.

Moseley, a dancer and choreographer, has worked as a backup dancer to such superstars as Beyonce, Britney Spears and Chris Brown. She was also featured in Ashley Tisdale's 2010 CW show "Hellcats," and appeared in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1."

The 34-year-old Hayes, who was a member of boxer Floyd Mayweather's Money Team, shot and killed 30-year-old Moseley before turning the gun on himself, the LAPD's initial investigation has determined.

Rapper 50 Cent reached out to Mayweather -- who reportedly witnessed the murder-suicide on FaceTime -- despite his very public spat with the boxer in September.

"RIP baby girl. Danced with me on tour and was always the coolest person," Chris Brown said in a now-deleted Instagram post. "My prayers go out to you and HAZE family."

Below are more celeb reaction at the horrific news:

r.i.p. Stephanie.

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ET recently spoke to actress and model Eva Marcille, who had been Moseley's long-time friend. Watch the video below to hear an emotional Marcille share her memories of Moseley.

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