In the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in US history, entertainers are certainly thinking about their own safety on a new level.
One star even revealed that the thoughts of life-threatening danger at a performance have prompted a precautionary habit for every show.
“I was talking to some entertainers about when you’re up on stage, do you ever think about that happening,” Fox News Channel’s Steve Doocy said in a report from Las Vegas where gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire on concert-goers at an outdoor music festival from his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, killing 59 people and injuring over 500 more.
“I was talking to one of the biggest stars in show business yesterday and they told me they think about it all the time,” Doocy said. “And he said if you don’t use my name, I will tell you a secret.”
The “Fox & Friends” host then revealed what the performer had admitted to him.
“The secret is, every time I go up on stage, I have a gun on me,” Doocy said, quoting the unnamed star.
“Wow,” his co-hosts back in the studio reacted.
Ainsley Earhardt noted that Americans all have to adjust their lifestyles after tragic incidents such as this.
“Everything changes because of these nut jobs, these evil, evil individuals and it really just makes us all furious but unfortunately that’s just the way it is right now,” she said.
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