The memorial tweets continued long after I checked the Twitter-Wood feed last night and posted the flurry of reactions to Michael Jackson's death that were showing up. Today, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger offered his condolences and Paris Hilton, in addition to a steady stream of thoughts about the King of Pop's death, posted a recent family photo taken with Jackson.
There will surely be more before today's regular Twitter-Wood update goes up later today, but in the meantime, here are the day's most recent Michael Jackson-related tweets from Jon Favreau, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Ian Black, and others.
@Schwarzenegger We lost a great entertainer and a pop icon. My thoughts and prayers go out to Michael Jackson's family, friends and fans.
-Arnold Schwarzenegger, Actor ("Terminator 2: Judgment Day," "Total Recall")
-Paris Hilton, Actress (”The Hottie & the Nottie,” “House of Wax”)
@Jon_Favreau Late night Michael Jackson tribute and light show going down as we wrap for the night.
-Jon Favreau, Director/Actor (”Iron Man 2,” “Elf”)
@rainnwilson I stumbled upon this video on some stupid VH-1 show yesterday and was awestruck by it's awesomeness. R.I.P. M.J. http://tinyurl.com/yr8b77
-Rainn Wilson, Actor (”The Office,” “The Rocker”)
@stephenfry Goodness. Michael Jackson. Poor old soul. Oh dear.
-Stephen Fry, Actor (”V for Vendetta,” “A Fish Called Wanda”)
@Marielhemingway Just landed in Atlanta. Sad to hear of farrag and michael Jackson. Wow like a part of my childhood just left.
-Mariel Hemingway, Actress ("Lipstick," "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace")
@freddurst Michael Jackson was brilliant and I will miss him. (via @NeilDiamond)- me too Neil
-Fred Durst, Musician/Director (”The Longshots,” “The Education of Charlie Banks”)
@robluketic "if you wanna make the world a better place, take a look at yourself, and make a change". MJ. RIP.
-Robert Luketic ("21," "The Ugly Truth")
@mshowalter RIP MJ & FF
-Michael Showalter, Actor/Writer (”Signs,” “Wet Hot American Summer”)
@michaelianblack Upset about Michael Jackson. The 13 yr. old in me still loved him. The 37 yr. old me wanted to see him complete his transformation.
-Michael Ian Black, Actor/Writer (”The State,” “Wet Hot American Summer”)