Rita Ora rushes to blaze victims' aid

Adele pays low-key visit to Grenfell Tower fire site

Adele "was going around and hugging everyone she could to comfort them" according to a fan account, showing up in person instead of tweeting about the incident.

Rita shared clips of herself lending a helping hand on Snapchat, encouraging her followers to do the same. So far, 12 people have been reported dead with many more missing, and hundreds of people have lost their homes and belongings.

Singer Adele was among people who gathered on Wednesday night close to a London tower block that was destroyed in a catastrophic fire, according to posts on social media. The singer made trends in the social media, and majority praised the star for what she did.

Adele pays low-key visit to Grenfell Tower fire site
Adele appeared emotional and was dressed in black

In pictures on Twitter, the star, who was born in Tottenham, north London, appeared emotional and was dressed in black. She was seen walking along the crowds, crying and giving comfort to the victims. Chef Jamie Oliver opened his restaurant "Jamie's Italian" up to families affected by the disaster and offered them free food and water.

In the aftermath of the horror blaze, Rita Ora took to Instagram to express her sadness over the tragedy in her native West London. The residents of the tower had reportedly sent repeated warnings to the building mangers about the risk of a fire, despite the tower, which was built in 1974, undergoing recent refurbishments (which some have suggested contributed to how quickly the blaze spread). As per police report, 74 victims were being recovered, and 18 of those were in the critical condition.

Right now, all these victims are treated in more than six hospitals in London.



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