Miley Cyrus tears up when talking about Hurrican Harvey

Miley Cyrus tears up when talking about Hurrican Harvey

Miley Cyrus tears up when talking about Hurrican Harvey

She told People: 'I'm just grateful I can do it.

Speaking to Ellen the 24-year-old singer said she "can't really talk about it because it just makes me really upset". She also went on to say that is it extremely important for other people to put themselves in the shoes of the victims and has claimed that these people have had everything taken from them. "So, I can't really- I can't really talk about it", the singer said tearfully.

The world has been shaken by the events of Hurricane Harvey and people from all lifestyles have been doing their best to contribute to the cause.

At least 44 people have so far been killed by the hurricane and flooding, which has devastated swathes of America's fourth largest city, Houston, and displaced thousands of families.

Both Ellen and Miley Cyrus helped push the amount given to over the $10 million mark.

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The site added, "All Happy Hippie operational costs are funded privately, so 100% of all donations directly benefit those in need". "Thank you for always being there for everyone".

"I still think that in her lifetime she deserves to be the first female president, and that's what makes me so sad", Miley said through tears in the clip.

John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCAdd Miley Cyrus to the list of stars donating massive cash to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Check out her post below to see how you can help.

Meanwhile, Houston native and superstar Beyonce launched a new initiative, BeyGOOD Foundation, to raise funds for Harvey victims.

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