Celebrities are reacting to the horrific fire at Grenfell Tower in London that’s feared to have killed dozens of people.
As the fire rages on, a number of stars have taken to social media to urge Londoners to help in any way they can while also offering up information on how to aid the victims.
Check out what some famous faces are saying about the horrifying blaze;
Jeremy Clarkson: “People of Kensington. Remember to give what you can spare – clothes etc – to those made homeless by that terrible fire.”
Fearne Cotton: “Praying for all those involved in the west London fire today. A tower block that I used to live close to. Love and prayers for all involved.”
Piers Morgan: “Horrendous news to wake up to. Praying for everyone caught in this dreadful fire. #kensington #london.”
Dermot O’Leary: “Horrific scenes in West London, thoughts and prayers to all. What a sense of community and how incredible are our emergency services. Proud.”
Katie Hopkins: “Latimer Road. West London. Truly terrifying.”
Nathan Henry: “My thoughts and prays are with the casualties families and friends of the london tower block fire.”
Boris Johnson: “My thoughts and prayers are with everyone caught up in the horrific towerblock fire in London.”
Sam Smith: “Horrifying news to wake up to this morning in London. My thoughts and prayers are with all the victims xxxx.”
Tom Daly: “En route to training and Borough Market has reopened. However the news from west London doesn’t seem to be giving London a break.”
Danielle Armstrong: “Amazing work from the London emergency services and firefighters risking their lives to save those inside.”
Lily Allen, who lives in the area, also offered to open her home to those who need shelter.
“If anyone need a bed or a lift, or tea tweet me and I’ll follow back. #NorthKensington,” she wrote. “I’ve never seen anything like it in my life. Praying people got out ok.”
It’s not yet known how many people have been hurt or killed, though CNN is reporting that 50 people have been transported to hospital while many are feared to have died.
Details on how to help can be found here.