From TV host Melissa Rivers (@MelRivers)Sorry to hear about the passing of Dick Clark, he was truly a revolutionary in our business.
From singer Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson)
Dick Clark changed the face of musical television. He was wonderful to many artists including our family. We will miss him. God bless.
From producer/composer Quincy Jones (@QuincyDJones)
Rest in Peace my good friend Dick Clark. A pioneer who’s mark on American culture will be felt forever.
From former talk show host Larry King (@kingsthings)
Dick Clark was a great friend, true legend, & a master journalist. Nobody did what he did better. It was a pleasure to be in his company.
From CNN host Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper)
What a career Dick Clark had! What a life! My thoughts are with his family and friends.
From former Prince drummer Sheila E (@SheilaEdrummer)
My Prayers go out 2 my friend Dick Clark as he has passed away. We had so many great moments 2gtr. U will b missed my friend. God Bless
From record executive LA Reid (@LA_Reid)
Dick Clark's profound contributions to music, television and popular culture will reverberate throughout time. R.I.P. Mr. American Bandstand
From the Jonas Brothers (@JonasBrothers)
You'll continue to be an inspiration to us all Dick Clark. Thanks for the amazing rockin years you were with us. You'll truly be missed
From the NYC Mayor's Office (@NYCMayorsOffice)
Mayor: Dick Clark's spirit will always live on in Times Square.
From actor Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH)
Very saddened by the loss of a true legend... Mr Dick Clark.
From NKOTB pop star Donnie Wahlberg (@DonnieWahlberg)
From Jackson 5 singer Jermaine Jackson (@jermjackson5)
Dick Clark always came to our dressing pre-show to make sure we were okay and catered for. Big hearted. One-of-a-kind. Will be missed...
From actress Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano)
Rest in Peace, Dick Clark. You were the greatest.
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