Robin Williams' Fans Express Heartbreak on Social Media

Celebrities and fans alike took to the Internet to express sadness over Williams' death.
1:27 | 08/12/14

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The ever impressive. The long contained -- but never duplicated, duplicated. Duplicated. Genie of the lamp! Such a great moment from "Aladdin" where we really see robin Williams' immense talent and so many people sharing their favorite robin Williams characters and mopes all the top trends on Twitter and overnight celebrating the one and only robin Williams. And this really captured people's emotion. This image tweeted from the academy with the caption "Genie, you're free." And that moment from robin Williams' famous "Aladdin" role retweeted more than 225,000 times overnight and over here, Steve martin was one of the first celebrities to pay tribute on social media praising him as a Mensch, acting partner and genuine soul and the word heartbroken coming up in so many remembrances. Robin, want to get back to you at the desk. It was like a collective hug from everyone when you went on Twitter last night and just everyone just sharing their moments and you just feeling this connectedness. People will have robin Williams marathons, I guarantee it, watching all their favorite movies. Goes on and on. We want to know your favorite robin Williams moment so tweet us @ gma #socialsquare. Coming up much more of our

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