A combo photo of Dua Lipa and Priyanka Chopra.
Dua Lipa and Priyanka Chopra are among the stars to show support for the people of Beirut following a large explosion in the city.
More than 100 people are known to have died in the incident that rocked the capital of Lebanon on Tuesday (4 August), which left over 4,000 wounded.
Singer Halsey asked her fans how she could assist the cause on Tuesday night, tweeting: “My heart is aching looking at these photos in Beirut.
“I have read from a lot of people that petitions aren’t effective and donations can result in a dramatic exchange decrease. Can someone share with me direct information about how we can help most effectively and immediately?”
Many sent her links to the Lebanese Red Cross, as well as the Disaster Relief for Beirut Explosion fundraising page.
On Instagram Stories, Dua Lipa wrote: “This is absolutely devastating!!! What is happening in Beirut?!! Friends, please let me know your loved ones are safe!!!”
The “Don’t Start Now” singer also encouraged Lebanese citizens to donate blood, posting: “Please if you are able and healthy to donate blood please do! There are people in critical conditions!”
Bette Midler also shared her horror at the incident, reposting a widely shared video of the explosion to social media with the words: “Oh, dear God.”
Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra wrote: “This is awful. Absolutely devastating. Sending all my love and prayers to everyone affected by this tragedy.”
It remains unclear what caused the largest blast, which appeared to have been triggered by a fire near a storage facility housing volatile chemicals. It sparked further fires, overturned cars and blew out thousands of windows and doors.
Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas shared a mushy birthday message for her husband, pop singer Nick Jonas, who turned 28 on Wednesday. She said she is so grateful that he was born.
The 27-year-old American singer, Nick Jonas, and 37-year-old actress, Priyanka Chopra, made the most of their festive celebrations with industry bigwigs and Bollywood stars.
Arjun Kapoor is joining hands with international stars Jason Derulo, Dua Lipa, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Becky G, among others, to raise funds for those affected by coronavirus globally.
The competition was organised by the International Foundation for Arts and Culture in Tokyo, Japan, and joined by 600 students from 35 countries of the world. Shahd surpassed the 600 participants with four paintings.
Mansha said, “Super dangerous, I lost all the data that I hadn’t transferred but thank God it wasn’t in anyone’s hand when it blew up.”
The season will be launched with a keynote lecture and press conference in Fall 2021, followed by a musical concert featuring an eclectic mix of popular Ghanaian musicians.