Adele was photographed in north Kensington to support people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire on Wednesday night.
It has now been reported that 12 have lost their lives after the 24-storey residential block caught fire in the late hours of Tuesday night.
The death toll is expected to rise after the building is being searched for victims.
Doing what she can to help, the Someone Like You singer drove down to the vigil, and did her best to keep a low profile, while attending a vigil to remember those that had lost their lives.
She and husband Simon Konecki went over to comfort people, and hugged them sweetly.
One fan posted photos of the star wearing a long black dress, and looked visibly upset that this had happened so close to home.
Twitter users praised the 29-year-old singer, with one saying: “Adele is such a wonderful person for going to Grenfell Tower. Shows that just because someone doesn’t tweet, doesn’t mean they don’t care.”
Another added: “The fact that Adele has gone to Grenfell tower and not said a word about it just proves how amazingly sincere she is.”
Rita Ora was also pictured going down to the scene to help in any way she could.
The Hot Right Now pop star, 26, posted a video to her Snapchat account sorting through all of the donations which had been left on a street close to the tower.
She also comforted the local residents and victims.
The singer, used to play with her friends in the Grenfell Tower block.
She said: “This is my neighbourhood I can’t believe this is happening.
“My prayers are with everybody involved my heart is beating so fast. I used to play in that block – I want to do all I can do to help.”
Alongside an image urging people to donate and help out, she added on Twitter: “Shocked and devastated to hear this terrible news. My heart goes out to everyone affected by this horrific tragedy in west London.”
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has also promised free food and drink to any of the victims nearby his Jamie’s Italian restaurant in Shepherd’s Bush.
Top Gear and The Grand Tour star Jeremy Clarkson also uploaded a JustGiving link to his Facebook page, that has already raised £558,941, and revealed that he has donated his entire wardrobe to victims.
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