I'm glad you asked.
ContactMusic has scoured what it calls "celebrities" reactions:
Melanie Brown writes, "We need to take a moment to give thanks to the soldiers who risked there lives."Meanwhile...
a stunned LeAnn Rimes exclaims, "Omg (Oh my god), Bin Laden!!! Blessings to our troops and a bit of peace for our country and those who lost loved one's (sic) in 9/11"I'm sure LeAnn will realise in a moment or two that this doesn't actually stop America being at war in Afghanistan. Or that if Al Qaeda was the force it was supposed to be, that there'd be dozens of idiots with weapons keen to avenge the death.
No tweet to that effect yet. Perhaps her battery is low.
Nikki Sixx, who heard the news while in the Big Apple: "Being in New York and hearing that Bin Ladin (sic) is dead is icing on the cake...".Oh, yes. Where better to be on Osama Bin Laden Thrown Into The Ocean Day than New York? The cake of a summary execution and swift vanishing of the body can only, surely, be improved by a coincidental being in New York icing. Cursed are the poor celebrities who are merely having to eat an uniced cake.