Rita Ora volunteers to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Rita Ora volunteers to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Rita Ora volunteers to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Meanwhile Adele is reported to have visited the scene of the fire on Wednesday night.

Alongside a poster listing the various help points, Rita wrote: "Shocked and devastated to hear this awful news".

The horrific fire in the Grenfell Tower in London reportedly affected hundreds of families.

Rita went a step further and headed down to one of the locations herself, and she shared a picture of herself en route on Snapchat and encouraged her followers to join her.

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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".

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70 people are receiving hospital treatment after being caught up in the blaze, which swept the building after a fridge on the fourth floor caught fire, with 18 people in a critical condition.

The 26-year-old singer turned up at a help point with a blue rucksack on Wednesday.

"This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening", she wrote on Instagram. "My prayers are with everybody involved, my heart is beating so fast", she said.

Rita had previously taken to Instagram to say that she had played in the tower block as a child while growing up in the area.

"Shocked and devastated to hear this bad news".

Rita isn't the only celebrity to have offered their support and help either, as fellow Londoner Adele, 29, was spotted at a vigil for those who tragically lost their lives in the blaze.

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