A friend in need. Orlando Bloom's pals are offering words of love and compassion after the actor tearfully announced that his beloved dog Mighty had passed away. Orlando's crushing announcement came after an exhaustive weeklong search for Mighty, who had gone missing last week, something that left Orlando "broken wide open." Alongside an Instagram video that showed him getting his dog's name tattooed on his heart, Orlando wrote, "Mighty's on the other side now. After 7 days of searching from sunrise to sunset and into the wee hours, today, the 7th day ~the number of completion~ we found his collar… I have wept more this week than I thought possible, which has been very cathartic and healing." After his Instagram post, many of Orlando's A-list pals offered words of encouragement. Click through to see how friends are rallying around the heartbroken star…
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"We'll miss our little buddy boy, Nugget's brother so much. Forever a paw shaped hole in our hearts" —Katy Perry, who also told her fiancé, Orlando, "I love you."
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"The tears won't stop. I'm so so so deeply sorry my friend. I love you." —Jennifer Aniston
"Love you Orly" —Kate Hudson
"I'm so sorry!! I understand that feeling and its honestly the worst. Im sending my love to you and your family right now ❤" –Millie Bobby Brown
"So sorry Orlando💔. Sending love and hugs." —Freida Pinto
"Oh no!! Gutted!!! Love to you!!!" –Cynthia Erivo
"Oh I'm so so sorry for your pain ❤️ This is a beautiful tribute to your sweet little dog 🐶" –Helena Christensen
Gwyneth Paltrow commented with three broken heart emojis.
"I'm sorry buddy" –Luke Evans
"Orlando I so bloody sorry to hear that. We need our little friends more than ever now." –Miranda Otto
Ryan Tedder commented with two frowning emojis and a heart emoji.
"My heart breaks, I adored that dog and anyone who knows you knows how much Love you had for mighty and he you. Stay strong mister." –Ariyon Bakare
"I am so so sorry 😓this is heartbreaking 🙏🏼💔 prayers going out" –Jeff Leatham