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Celebs React to Oklahoma Tornado

Celebs React to Oklahoma Tornado

A deadly tornado with winds up to 200 mph has killed at least 51 people and wounded 120 others, who are being treated at hospitals, on Monday (May 20) in Moore, Okla..

The tornado caused great destruction for over 40 minutes and officials are aiming to work all night to find survivors.

This tragic tornado has lead many celebrities offering their condolences to those affected by the natural disaster.

“Growing up in tornado alley, you always know what could happen,” Carrie Underwood, who grew up in Oklahoma, tweeted. “It doesn’t change how devastating it is when something does happen.”


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Click inside to read reactions from many celebrities…

Fergie: “Sending thoughts & prayers out 2 the families impacted by today’s tornado in OKC. My heart is w/ u. #PrayForOklahoma”

Olivia Munn: “Tornado leveled elementary school- children feared dead & many kids still trapped. I’m praying for everyone in my home state of Oklahoma. XO”

Shakira
: “My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Oklahoma. Please text REDCROSS to 90999 to show your support. Shak.”

Gennifer Goodwin: “My thoughts and prayers are with you, #Oklahoma. Twitter friends, let’s help by texting REDCROSS to 90999.”

Mandy Moore: “Thoughts and prayers to everyone in Oklahoma affected by these devastating tornadoes. Stay Safe! #PrayforOklahoma”

Ellen DeGeneres: “I just want to send my love to anyone who lives in the path of these storms. First Texas, now Oklahoma. You’re all in our thoughts.”

Donald Trump: “Because of the tornado tragedy I will not be doing @piersmorgan tonight. I wish everyone well!”

Miranda Lambert: “Pray. That’s all we an do. Pray for peace for Oklahoma.”

Blake Shelton: “Just landed in LA and hearing about all the tornados in Oklahoma right now… Get somewhere safe!!!”

Brandon Routh: “Keeping #Oklahoma in my thoughts and prayers.”

Pitbull: “my thoughts & prayers are with those in Oklahoma”

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9 Comments

# 1

this is so sad my prayers go to them too!

# 2

thank god for celebrity tweets…they are so important

# 3

@PRESIDENT-ELECT-ROMNEY: lmao totally, but really does suck what happened poor people wouldn’t wish it on anyone

# 4

@PRESIDENT-ELECT-ROMNEY: do you realize you’re on a celeb gossip site?

# 5

Some how I don’t find Carrie Underwood’s song ” Blown Away ” as a very nice song right now ( Instead of sending prayers ) Maybe Carrie should donate some of the money she made from that song to these people. It would seem rather cold to make money singing about Tornados.

# 6

Do not send prayers >>> Send money >>> Carrie!!!

# 7

i had to mute…is this guy sleeping?

# 8

I cant believe the news here on celebs, who wants to know what they think, this site is for zombified sheep.

# 9

Every show that Carrie Underwood has performed during the” Blown Away Tour” part of the proceeds ( each ticket) went to the Red Cross, which I feel will help out these poor victims. I believe Carrie is doing her part for the people in Oklahoma.

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