Adele makes tearful visit to Grenfell Tower to meet with the victims

Rita Ora joins effort for Grenfell Tower residents while fans say Adele was at the scene

Rita Ora joins effort for Grenfell Tower residents while fans say Adele was at the scene

Adele was also spotted helping out at the site, comforting victims with hugs and kinds words. "Love Rita", she wrote. A Tottenham native and passionate Londoner, the 29-year-old was only photographed with her husband by a handful of Twitter users, apparently not wanting to draw attention to herself.

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

'Shocked and devastated to hear this bad news, ' Rita said in a tweet.

12 people are known to have died after fire engulfed Grenfell Tower in White City after 1am - but Scotland Yard expects the death toll to rise and some claim the actual number could be over 50. She was seen walking along the crowds, crying and giving comfort to the victims.

Dressed in a black robe-like dress, one witness likened it to an Abaya - a garment worn by some Muslim women.

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

The public have made large amounts of donations to the Grenfell Tower victims, with local centers and churches taking supplies such as clothes, towels, nappies and sanitary products for those affected. Apparently, most of her fans now considered her a woman with a lovely soul.

But Adele wasn't the only celebrity to help out in the aftermath of the disaster. Jamie Oliver also offered some free foods at his nearby restaurant.

It is believed that hundreds of the residents in the Grenfell Tower building perished due to the devastating fire. A further 69 were injured, with 18 in a critical condition.

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