Comedians, writers and friends react to death of Sean Hughes

The legendary comedian passed away this morning, with many prominent comedians voicing their respects.

Hughes was a team captain on Never Mind the Buzzcocks on BBC Two, also had his own sitcom, Sean's Show.

Comedians such as Jason Manford, Katy Brand and Jack Dee took to Twitter to pay their respects tot he comedians.

 

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