The cast and crew of "Dancing With The Stars" took a moment to remember the victims of Las Vegas shooting that killed at least 59 individuals and injured more than 500 concertgoers. In the opening of Monday's episode, host Tom Bergeron and the season 25 cast gathered to send their thoughts. They dedicated the episode to those who lost their loved ones in the horrific incident.

'DWTS' dedicates new episode to Las Vegas shooting victims

"There's an old saying that show must go on, and it will, but first all of us at "Dancing With the Stars" want to send our love, thoughts and prayers to everyone touched by the senseless violence in Las Vegas," the host said, according to ET Online.

"Please know that we are doing tonight's show with you foremost in our minds and hearts."

Emma Slater also uploaded a group photo of the "Dancing with the Stars" cast before the live broadcast opened. "We heart you. To everyone watching tonight, this show is always about you. We hope to show you the love you make us feel," she captioned.

Despite the tragic incident, the producers of the dance competition clarified that it will carry on with the usual elimination for its third week.

Meanwhile, latest reports from the police authorities identified Stephen Paddock as the perpetrator of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas.

It further stated that the suspect was found dead on the 32rd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, where the authorities found 16 rifles and a handgun in his hotel room.

Weapons and explosives were also discovered at his home in Nevada.

The 64-year-old suspect was a retired accountant with no criminal history. Even his family was shocked when they learned that Stephen Paddock was responsible for the deadly attack at the Las Vegas concert. "We're still just completely befuddled. Dumbstruck," Eric Paddock told the authorities.

The internet reacts to mass shooting in Las Vegas

Jason Aldean, who was performing onstage when the shooting took place, said the incident was "beyond horrific" and admitted that he was at loss for words after the Las Vegas attack. Fortunately, the country singer and his team were not hurt in the incident.

Several other artists, including Harry Styles, Lady Gaga, Sia, Christina Perri and more, also extended their condolences to the victims of the mass shooting.

Ariana Grande, on the other hand, called for gun control following the tragic incident in Las Vegas.