Adele Pays A Visit To The Victims And Firefighters Of The Grenfell Tower Tragedy

Adele, we should all be "Someone Like You."

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, one famous face is sending tons of love and encouragement to both the victims and heroes. That celebrity, of course, is Adele. The celebrated singer has now shown up to support the families affected by the fire as well as the firefighters who helped put an end to the blaze.

According to social media photos, the "Hello" singer showed up the night of the disaster — which has left 79 people dead or presumed dead — for a vigil, and was offering help and comfort. People were tweeting that Adele and husband Simon Konecki were there giving out hugs, asking if anyone needed help, and showed a sincere and down-to-earth moment.

Now the Grammy winner has shown up to thank the London firefighters for all of their heroic work in stopping the catastrophe and showing a massive amount of bravery in the process. The official Twitter account for the brigade said, "Adele enjoyed a cup of tea with Chelsea firefighters yesterday and thanked them for their work. We are so humbled by everyone's support."

It's lovely that Adele showed up and provided a source of relief for those going through such a difficult time, and for those who put their lives on the line. Other big-name singers are set to let their voices be heard by taking part in Simon Cowell's charity single recording of Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," which will benefit victims.

This all comes on the heels of Ariana Grande calling on fellow singers for a benefit concert earlier this month, dubbed One Love Manchester, in response to a bombing which killed 22 and injured 119 after the "Dangerous Woman" singer's concert there just two weeks prior.


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