Adele Offers Support to Victims of Grenfell Tower Fire

Adele Offers Support to Victims of Grenfell Tower Fire

The Grammy winning Londoner was spotted comforting and hugging those affected by the horrific accident.

The Grammy winning Londoner was spotted comforting and hugging those affected by the horrific accident.

Text: E.R. Pulgar

The 24-story Grenfell Tower, a residential block in West London, caught fire yesterday in the early hours of the morning. The ensuing conflagration shocked both the U.K. and the world, with Theresa May ordering public inquiry of the fire. Reports are slowly trickling in concerning casualties that could go well over 100 victims, with the first confirmed casualty being a Syrian refugee named Mohammed al-Haj Ali.

The attacks drew attention from several artists and personalities in the U.K., who posted messages of support on social media. Adele and her husband Simon Konecki took it a step further by going to the site of the horrific accident to offer support and comfort to the victims. The singer was visibly distraught as she hugged victims. She was also reportedly on hand at a vigil on Wednesday night immediately following the incident.

As of press time, there are 17 confirmed deaths.

Adele went the to Grenfell Tower in London, to help and support those affected by the fire.

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