Hollywood continues to present its unwavering help in the aftermath of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting that tragically killed 49 individuals on June 12. This previous Friday evening, Lance Bass hosted the onePulse Foundation's benefit organized to honor the victims and their families. The star-studded occasion, attended by celebrities like Caitlyn Jenner. Will.i.am. and JC Chasez, also served to show support to other people in the LGBT local community affected by the attack. Bass and actor Matt Bomer vocalized their awareness of the dread that was instilled and how we must combat it, expressing their help to the broader neighborhood. Bomer informed E! Information that, "in the face of horrible tragedy there is love and there is support." He continued, saying, "folks in all communities, Hollywood and all over the country, it does not matter if you're an actor or a celebrity or whatever—we care and we support you." Bass echoed related sentiments, telling E! News. "Most of us, you know, were raised exactly where we were hiding ourselves." In describing the victims, he goes on to say, "For the initial time, a lot of individuals young children had been in that club currently being themselves and not staying afraid, and when some thing like this comes about, once again, dread is instilled in that neighborhood and we want to demonstrate them that we can not be afraid." The occasion featured emotional speeches and heartfelt presentations, as nicely as a musical functionality from Jessie J and a shock physical appearance by Stevie Wonder. A Human Rights Campaign video featuring 49 celebrities honoring individuals lost was also shared at the benefit. In the moving video, just about every celebrity—from Lady Gaga to Kerry Washington to Demi Lovato —narrated details about every of the victim's exceptional stories.