Singer Adele joins vigil for victims of London tower block inferno

One Adele fan account, claimed she was offering support to those in need, penning: "Adele was going around and hugging everyone she could to comfort them".

Just to continue our Adele love, remind yourselves of that time she got scared on stage by a wild bat!

Tragically, 12 people have been confirmed dead as a result, with the death toll expected to rise, and an estimated 2,000 have been left without a home.

Rita Ora, Craig David and Leona Lewis are amongst the stars that have been spotted arriving at a studio in London to record a benefit single for the victims of Grenfell Tower. The I Will Never Let You Down singer was born in Kosovo but fled to the United Kingdom at the age of one with her mother, father and siblings to escape the war.

One Twitter user who spotted the "Hello" singer at the scene of the fire managed to grab the picture above and revealed that Adele was asking anyone if they needed any help.

The shocking fire tragedy had significantly affected the citizens in London, including the emotional pop star, Adele, who appeared in the location to show solid support.

The singer sifted through black bags full of clothes for the victims. Chef Jamie Oliver opened his restaurant "Jamie's Italian" up to families affected by the disaster and offered them free food and water.

It is believed that hundreds of the residents in the Grenfell Tower building perished due to the devastating fire.

Theresa May is being criticised heavily on Twitter for her visit to Grenfell Tower. As per police report, 74 victims were being recovered, and 18 of those were in the critical condition.

  • Salvatore Jensen