Adele Surprises Children Who Survived The Grenfell Tower Fire Tragedy With A Movie Screening

A great voice and a great heart.

Adele once again proved that her heart is as big as her voice this week when she hosted a movie screening Thursday in London for the children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire


The outing was arranged through the ClementJames Centre, an educational nonprofit that has become the central donation point for those wishing to the help survivors of the blaze at the public housing complex that killed 80 people in June. According to E! News, participants were unaware that Adele was the one behind the special screening of Despicable Me 3.

This is not the first time Adele has offered her support to those affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy. She and her husband Simon Konecki showed up the night of the disaster ready to give hugs and help in whatever way they could, and the singer visited with local firefighters in the days afterward to thank them for their work.

That she continues to be involved has earned Adele praise from many. 

"I'm not leaving them, I'm involved now," the singer told the crowd at her concert at Wembley Stadium of her commitment to the Grenfell community two weeks after the fire. "Promise me that you will talk about this story and keep it alive ... It's our job as human beings to be compassionate."


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