Adele Showed Up at a Grenfell Tower Vigil

  • Adele Showed Up at a Grenfell Tower Vigil

Adele Showed Up at a Grenfell Tower Vigil

Rita Ora, who grew up a stone's throw from the blaze, was shattered by the blaze in her "neighbourhood". The singer made trends in the social media, and majority praised the star for what she did.

Other Twitter users who discovered Adele's attendance quickly penned: 'i'm so proud stanning a humble & genuine human being like you. i love you so much, queen ❤️ @Adele.

Rita Ora volunteered to help sort through donations for victims of the Grenfell Tower blaze on Wednesday (14Jun17).

Commander Stuart Cundy, of the Metropolitan Police, said: "I can confirm six fatalities at this time but this figure is likely to rise during what will be a complex recovery operation over a number of days". One of the fans noticed that Adele was wearing an Abaya, which is commonly worn by Muslim women.

Taking to Twitter, Aisleyne told her 231k followers: "I'm going down now to see who I can help".

Lots of her fans were grateful for her presence on the vigil.

The singer, who owns a house in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea where the fire took place, wasn't the only star to offer up their support.

Yesterday Jamie Oliver posted to Instagram to offer food and water to any of the families effected by the fire.

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.

It is believed that hundreds of the residents in the Grenfell Tower building perished due to the devastating fire. Firefighters are still removing some bodies in the location, and they added that people should no longer expect that they will still find someone alive.