The recent shooting at a Las Vegas concert stunned not only the United States but the entire the world. According to latest figures released by the police authorities, the mass shooting has left a casualty of at least 59 deaths and over 500 injured concertgoers who came to witness Route 91 Country Music Festival held near the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Las Vegas shooting: Concert turned horror

According to a CNN report, authorities identified a certain Stephen Craig Paddock as the suspect behind the mass shooting in Las Vegas. It further stated that the gunman shot from his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and targeted the crowd of people at the music event.

The 64-year-old retired accountant was found dead in his hotel room, where the police also discovered 23 weapons and rifles. Police believed the suspect killed himself after he opened fire at the concert ground.

The authorities also found several firearms at the suspect's home in Nevada. But despite the pieces of evidence found, the police are still in the process of finding out the motive behind the mass shooting. "We believe Paddock is solely responsible for this heinous act," Clark County Assistant Sheriff Todd Fasulo told the press.

Entertainment industry mourns death of innocent people

In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, celebrities are coming together to grieve with those who have lost their loved ones in the incident.

In fact, Miley Cyrus and Adam Sandler did a cover of "No Freedom" by Dido as a tribute to the victims of the deadly attack.

The two artist performed the emotional rendition during their guest appearance on Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" on Monday. Before the late-night host gave the floor to Miley Cyrus and Adam Sandler, he responded to the mass shooting and encouraged his viewers to remain optimistic despite what the tragedies and acts of terrorism.

"We need to remember that good still exists in this world. We’re here to entertain you tonight and that’s what we’re going to do," he said.

Similarly, Jimmy Kimmel also used his late-night program to talk about the recent killings in his hometown of Nevada.

He was even emotional when he delivered the opening monologue of his show, wherein he called out the government and the National Rifle Association to impose stricter gun control laws to prevent the same incident from happening again in the future.

Several other personalities shared the same sentiment after the horrific incident at the Las Vegas concert.