Rita Ora volunteers to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Rita Ora volunteers to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Rita Ora volunteers to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire

And London-born Adele was pictured at the devastating scene on Wednesday night, comforting those affected.

Theresa May is being criticised heavily on Twitter for her visit to Grenfell Tower.

Rita Ora is doing all she can to help those who were caught up in the Grenfell Tower blaze in London by handing out food and water supplies.

The witness declined to speak to media outlets, requests explaining, "There's nothing to talk about, she's a attractive soul that just wanted to see if everyone was alright".

Just to continue our Adele love, remind yourselves of that time she got scared on stage by a wild bat!

Tragically, 12 people have been confirmed dead as a result, with the death toll expected to rise, and an estimated 2,000 have been left without a home.

The day before she had posted on Instagram: 'This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening. "My prayers are with everybody involved, my heart is beating so fast", she said.

Videos and pictures taken by onlookers show the 26-year-old, wearing a baggy white top and red sweatpants, sorting through the donations and putting similar items together in rubbish bags. I used to play in that block.

In one of the tweets in Twitter, it stated, "Adele is an angel, she deserves heaven, biggest heart ever, so proud of her".

Just a few hours after the horrific blaze tore through the 27-storey West London tower block, Ora was spotted loading bottles of water and food into vans to send out to those in need.

Although Adele hasn't acknowledged her visit on social media, many fans praised the singer as she offered aid and some much-needed support to victims.

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