Adele, the British singer, visits London’s Grenfell Tower after the fire that killed at least 17 people and injured dozens.
The British pop singer, Adele, reportedly attended a vigil in London for the victims of the fire that took place in Grenfell Tower, killing at least 17 people and injuring dozens.
Adele was seen close to the area just a day after the incident and seemed to be trying to keep a low profile, witnesses have said.
Other Celebrities On the London Fire
Many other British celebrities have also offered their condolences and to help the victims of the fire. This includes Jeremy Clarkson, Jamie Oliver, Fearne Cotton and Lilly Allen.
Clarkson encouraged people of the area to give away anything they have to spare, including clothes, to those who are now homeless because of the fire. Jamie Oliver offered people free shelter and food at his restaurant in Westfield. “You are all welcome to come hang out in my restaurant and be fed and watered by my Jamie’s Italian team.” he said on Instagram. “Food and drink are free of charge so just go and speak to my manager Juan and we will sort you out and give you some love….this is for victims of the fire our thoughts, love and prayers are with you all big love Jamie x x x x.”
Noel Clarke, the director and actor, also visited the tower in order to help victims, and encouraged others to do that as well. He sent out a tweet saying: “COME AND HELP #Grenfelltower #Westlondonstrong<3.” He also uploaded several uplifting pictures of people who have come to the area to help.
Stella McCartney and her entire team also donated toiletries and food to the victims of the fire.
Comments On The Help Offers
One resident, Shanice Alma, said: “We are devastated by what happened and want to help in any way we can.”
“I’m so proud of the community coming together to help in this time of need. It really is the Blitz spirit. We’re all in this together.”