Kelly Osbourne has got a new tattoo which pays tribute to those killed in the mass shooting in Orlando.
The star posted a photograph online, which shows the word "Solidarity" inked on to the side of her partially shaved head.
She said she had been thinking about getting the new etching for a while, but was spurred into action after gunman Omar Mateen shot 49 people at the Pulse nightclub.
She wrote: "Solidarity: Noun. Unity of feeling of individuals with a common interest or purpose.
"Individually, we have rights and unique gifts. Together, we have strength and powerful harmony.
"I have wanted to get this tattoo for a long time. The tragedy in Orlando devastated me and reminded me that every moment of our lives is precious. Every human is precious.
"Love hard. Live gracefully, authentically and with conviction, respect, purpose and compassion. Together we achieve what is impossible to those who stand alone. Those of us who embrace and respect freedom stand together, progress together, celebrate together and grieve together. You are not alone."
Celebrities are continuing to pay tribute to those affected by the massacre on Sunday.
Beyonce dedicated an emotional performance of her hit Halo to the victims as she closed the first leg of her Formation world tour.
She told the audience in Detroit: "This is a song about love. This is to all the family members who lost family members in Florida."
Janet Jackson shared a video including photos of the victims.
The video - set to the pop diva's song Shoulda Known Better - was first posted online by one of Janet's fans and she shared it, with the caption: "You'll never be forgotten. #WeAreOrlando #Unbreakable."
-- Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) June 14, 2016
Madonna has posted a series of images on Instagram following the attack, including one of her famous lip lock with Britney Spears at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.
She captioned the snap: "Stop Hate. Stop Violence."
Sir Elton John shared a quote from Martin Luther King Jr.
-- Elton John (@eltonofficial) June 12, 2016
Earlier in the week, Lady Gaga addressed a crowd of thousands at a vigil at Los Angeles City Hall and began a joint reading of the victims' names.
She broke down as she called the shooting an attack on humanity itself.