Texas explosion: Celebs react on Twitter
A giant explosion at a fertilizer plant rocked Waco, Texas last night — and celebs immediately hopped on Twitter to express their disbelief over such a tragic week.
Celebrity reactions to the Texas explosion on Twitter
Eva Longoria: "Keeping the people of West, Texas in my thoughts and prayers."
Demi Lovato: "Seeing the news about Waco, TX makes me so sad :( praying for my fellow Texans"
Jaimie Alexander: "My beautiful state of TEXAS....hang in there. Help each other however you can. My love and prayers are with you. #Waco"
Miranda Lambert: "#PrayForWest…. I don't understand all this craziness in the world right now. Lord please heal the bodies and hearts."
Blake Shelton: "Man… Thinking about all my Texas family and friends tonight. I love y'all."
Katy Perry: "Reading all the news about Texas. It's a very sad time for lots of ppl. Let's send extra love & light out. Don't take anything for granted."
John Legend: "This West, Texas explosion is horrific. I can't imagine how anybody could survive that blast. What a tragedy."
Kevin Jonas: "West Texas you are in our prayers. This has been a tough week and we will keep praying"
Richard Roeper: "Can we just skip Thursday and go straight to Friday? This week can't end soon enough. Prayers for the injured and trapped in Waco."
LeAnn Rimes: "Prayers for everyone in TX tonight in the tragic fertilizer plant explosion just outside if Waco."
Sophia Bush: "Devastating. My heart goes out to the people in West…"
Milla Jovovich: "I want to send so many prayers out to the victims of the explosion in texas and to all the displaced families there trying to survive."
Kerry Washington: "Sending prayers out for all those affected by the explosion in West, Texas."
Sarah Hyland: "Another tragic loss of people. Hoping this was an accident and not done with intent. My prayers are with them"
Pauley Perrette: "OMG. In shock. Again. All prayers and hearts and thoughts for West Texas Explosion right now. #PrayForTexas"
Chrissy Teigen: "West explosion. No words. Too much, universe. Too much."
If you want to help the victims of the Texas fertilizer plant explosion rebuild their lives, please donate to the Red Cross Heart of Texas chapter.