November 20, 2022 | 10:20pm

Wayne Brady took a moment to mourn Takeoff while hosting the American Music Awards 2022 on Sunday.

“We recently lost Kirsnick Khari Ball, better known as Takeoff, one-third of the groundbreaking hip-hop group Migos,” the comedian told the audience.

“On behalf of all of us that love hip-hop all around the world, we thank you, Takeoff, for your artistry, and tonight, we honor your memory,” Brady, 50, continued.

Wayne Brady honored Takeoff at the American Music Awards.
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As the “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” alum spoke, a photo of the late Migos member, who was fatally shot on Nov. 1, appeared onscreen behind Brady.

The 28-year-old was with his uncle Quavo at 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, Texas, when an argument broke out and shots were fired. No arrests have been made in his murder.

“We have to stop this senseless and terrible gun violence,” Brady said of the tragedy, also referencing the Club Q shooting in Colorado SpringsColorado, on Saturday Night.

Takeoff died earlier this month in a fatal shooting.

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Takeoff died earlier this month in a fatal shooting.

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Takeoff died earlier this month in a fatal shooting.

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“Just yesterday, there was a mass shooting … and our hearts go out to all of the victims’ families,” he concluded. “That’s from the show. Personally, I just want to say that I love you all, my heart is with you and God bless you.”

Later in the show, Pink honored another late star with a tribute performance of Olivia Newton-John’s “Hopelessly Devoted to You.”

Brady hosted the 50th annual awards show.
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The “Grease” star died in August at age 73, and Pink gushed about the “wonderful human being” while walking the red carpet.

“She was an absolute icon,” the Grammy winner told Entertainment Tonight. “I loved her voice.”

He spoke out against “senseless” gun violence in Colorado while mourning Takeoff.
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Pink noted that her 11-year-old daughter, Willow, helped her memorize the 1978 ballad.

“My daughter just got done doing Grease in her theatre production,” the musician explained to the outlet. “She actually helped me learn the song.”