London's Adele, Rita and Lily help relief effort

  • London's Adele, Rita and Lily help relief effort

London's Adele, Rita and Lily help relief effort

The singer can be seen among the local community helping them sift through bags of what appear to be donations.

She also posted an image of the tower, and wrote "RIP" on Snapchat. I used to play in that block.

One took to Twitter to describe her as 'Such a humble & Down-to-earth woman, ' with another saying 'The fact that Adele has gone to Grenfell tower and not said a word about it just proves how amazingly honest she is.

The 26-year-old pop star also shared several videos on her Instagram Story of her beside black sacks containing food and water supplies, which were to be handed out to those who are now without a home. Adele was going around and hugging everyone she could to comfort them.

Adele is one of several celebrities to have spoken out in a bid to help the residents of the West London tower block, following the devastating blaze.

Singer Lily Allen also took to Twitter inviting the victims to her house saying, "if anyone need a bed or a lift, or tea, tweet me".

Following the tragic events which began on Tuesday night in West London, pictures have been broadcast around the world showing the horrific fire which has sadly claimed the lives of so many people and devastated the lives of many more.

Alongside with her family, Adele visited a nearby vigil for the dead and missing, reportedly "asking if anyone needed help".

As the scene unfolded over social media and TV screens overnight and into the morning a number of English musicians and media personalities - including Sam Smith, Rita Ora, Estelle and Piers Morgan - sent their thoughts and prayers to the victims.

Rita used to play in Grenfell Tower.

Rita posted footage of her aid on Instagram.