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Celebrities post prayers, support for Bobbi Kristina

News that the late Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina was rushed to the hospital after being found unresponsive in a bathtub has prompted a social-media prayer chain, with many celebrities posting messages of hope.

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"Let's All Send Love Light & Prayers To Bobbi Kristina Brown!," said LaToya Jackson, sister of the late Michael Jackson. "Wishing Her A Healthy & Speedy Recovery!"

"Praying for Bobbi Kristina today!" posted Bravo exec Andy Cohen. "That family has been through enough!"

"Sending love to Bobby Kristina," comedian/DJ Amanda Seales said. "She’s had a rough run man."

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Added Miss Teen USA turned television personality Kamie Crawford, "I really hope this is a wake up call for Bobbi Kristina. She's been through so much in her young life she's lost. I'm praying and rooting for her."

And music director/producer Michael Beardon posted, "Healing energy to the daughter of a late great friend, Nip!"

Houston, who died at age 48 in February 2012 after being found unresponsive in a bathtub, was known as "Nippy" to close friends and family.

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Acclaimed songwriter Diane Warren, known for hits like "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" and "Un-Break My Heart," was among the many noting the sad parallel.

"I hope Bobbi Kristina gets the help she needs," she posted. "Poor thing, almost three years to the day her mom passed and the same thing almost happened to her."

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