Prince death
Prince deathReuters

Prince Rogers Nelson, best known by his stage name Prince, died at his Paisley Park recording studio and home in Chanhassen, Minnesota, on Thursday, April 21. He had been facing health issues since the last couple of weeks and he even cut his tour short on April 15, before getting admitted to a hospital with flu-related symptoms.

Prince was one of the most respected and beloved artists of the generation and fans from all over the world are mourning his death. Many celebrities, including musicians, actors and sportsmen, have also been grieving and sharing their condolences over social media. 

Demi Lovato tweeted that she has been mourning Prince's death much like she did Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston's, by playing his "music on repeat all day." The "Confident" singer is joined by other musicians who have all been sharing their pain on social media. 

"Suits" star Gabriel Macht and "White Collar" star Matt Bomer also expressed their condolences via tweets:

Comedians like Jeff Ross and Seth Meyers also expressed their condolences on social media: 

Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young also seems to have been affected deeply by the death and he has been sharing a series of tweets and Instagram posts expressing his sadness.

Bollywood stars have also been feeling the void left by Prince in the entertainment industry:

"Quantico" star Priyanka Chopra, who is celebrating the news of being chosen as one of Times 100 most influential people of 2016, also took the time to express her grief: