Oklahoma couldn't be further from Hollywood in just about every sense, but plenty of celebrities are now turning their attention to the Sooner State.
Currently, 24 have been reported dead after a massive and murderous tornado blasted through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore. The death toll could climb higher today as rescue workers continue clearing through the wreckage searching for survivors. Numerous celebrities including Alicia Keys and Ellen DeGeneres tweeted their condolences and also advised their followers on ways that they can help Oklahoma tornado victims.
Country star Toby Keith, who grew up in Moore released a statement on the tragedy. "This storm has devastated the community that I grew up in," he said. "I rode my bike through those neighborhoods. I have family and friends in Moore. My heart and prayers go to those that have lost so much. But Moore is strong and we will persevere. God be with you all."
Check out of all the celebrity tweets on the tornado below.
Khloé Kardashian Odom: "My heart is breaking for Oklahoma!!!! Please Lord please send your angels to heal and protect these families!!!"
Rosie O'Donnell: "Total Love and light to Oklahoma 51 gone."
Craig Ferguson: "Tonight's show was taped last week so there's no mention of the terrible situation in Oklahoma. Sincere condolences to all affected."
Kristen Bell: "I just donated to Oklahoma Tornado Victims Fund via @ryotnews http://www.ryot.org/campaigns/oklahoma-tornado-victims-fund …"
Olivia Munn: "The devastation through my home state of Oklahoma is staggering. All of my prayers are w/the victims, especially all those little kids. XOX"
Neil Patrick Harris: "I just can't believe the scale of that tornado that touched down in Moore. A mile wide?!? My condolences go out to everyone affected."
Jennifer Love Hewitt: "My heart and prayers go out to everyone in Oklahoma. So tragic. Sending light."
Barbara Walters: "My heart goes out to Oklahoma tonight. Keeping you all in my thoughts."
Chelsea Clinton: "Thoughts & prayers with Oklahoma."
Our thoughts go out to the families and friends of the victims in this tragedy.
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