Adele Visits Firefighters Who Tackled The Grenfell Tower Fire Blaze For ‘A Cup Of Tea And Cuddle’
Adele stopped by Chelsea Fire Station in London to thank all the firefighter heroes who risked their lives in the tragic Grenfell Tower blaze last week.
While she may be one of the biggest musicians on the planet, she once again proved just how down-to-earth she really is.
The London Fire Brigade took to Twitter to share some adorable snaps with the ‘Hello’ singer.
The team are so grateful for the pop star’s kindness, saying,
Adele enjoyed a cup of tea with Chelsea firefighters yesterday and thanked them for their work. We are so humbled by everyone’s support.
Adele enjoyed a cup of tea with Chelsea firefighters yesterday and thanked them for their work. We are so humbled by everyone's support pic.twitter.com/R1Ny4pGq9i
— London Fire Brigade (@LondonFire) June 20, 2017
One star-struck fireman, Rob Patty, also shared the photos on his Facebook page.
He points out just how humble the millionaire pop star is, saying,
Not everyday the wonderfully grounded and caring Adele pops into Chelsea Firestation for a cup of tea and a cuddle.
The 29-year old singer headed to the Grenfell Tower area within 24 hours of the inferno starting.
She comforted those attending a vigil outside the burnout tower of flats in which so many people lost their lives.
But her hands-on support didn’t stop there as she popped by the fire station for a surprise visit yesterday.
The death-toll has reportedly risen to 79, with many people still missing or unaccounted for.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police explained,
I believe there are 79 people that are either dead, or missing, and sadly I have to presume are dead.
Five of those who lost their lives have been identified, but due to the intensity of the fire, some victims may never be found.
The ‘When We Were Young’ singer isn’t the only star to show her support to those affected.
Tennis champion, Andy Murray, will donate his entire prize money from the Queen’s Club to the families who lost their homes.
Music mogul Simon Cowell is releasing a charity single to raise money for the victims.
They will cover ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ to mark the tragic incident.
After hearing the artists recording the hit in the studio, Cowell expressed,
[It’s] honestly unbelievable, I mean chills. It sounds beautiful.