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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia cast marches in L.A. Pride

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In the wake of tragedy, the cast of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stood up for the LGBT community at Los Angeles Pride.

Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, Danny DeVito, and Mary Elizabeth Ellis linked up at the annual celebration as the nation reacted to the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history at an Orlando, Florida gay club, and mere hours after authorities arrested a man allegedly found with guns and possible explosives on his way to L.A. Pride.

Kaitlin Olson, who plays Dee Reynolds on FXX’s sitcom, shared a photo showing the costars decked out in festive rainbow gear. Standing in the middle of the group, Olson flashed a peace a sign.

She wrote of the snap, “We’re with you. #LAPRIDE.”

DeVito spoke out about the massacre, telling Slate in part, “It’s a shame that nobody does anything about this assault rifle bulls—.”

The group’s support was also on display in a handful of photos they shared on a float inspired by Paddy’s Pub, the hangout spot run by The Gang on It’s Always Sunny. One image shows “Orlando” and a heart drawn on Olson’s arm. Scroll through to see the photos.

Hello #LAPride! #SunnyFXX stands with you. #loveconquershate #SunnyPride

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