Celebrities took to social media to voice out their views on the recent terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium.
Miley Cyrus, One Direction, Nick Jonas, Courteney Cox, Iggy Azalea, Demi Lovato and many more took to Twitter to send their prayers to the victims of violence in the European country, Billboard wrote.
Around 30 people have been reported dead and more than 200 were left injured in two explosions at Brussels international airport and a another blast at the Maelbeek metro station on Tuesday morning, CNN reported.
Cyrus said she is finding ways to aid those affected by the terror attacks. In her Instagram post, the “Wrecking Ball” singer told her fans that she is now working with members of her Happy Hippie Foundation to help those affected.
“My (heart) breaks for Brussels today. My heart breaks for the world today…. When will this end, and the love begin….. This isn’t the planet I wanna live on… NOTHING in the world matters but giving love to others! It’s what we need more than anything else! MORE LOVE LESS EVIL!!!” Cyrus wrote.
The singer founded the Happy Hippie Foundation in 2014. The non-profit organisation aims to help vulnerable youths, including the homeless and those in LGBTQ community, KUTV wrote.
Meanwhile, One Direction band members also sent their prayers to the victims of the attacks and their families.
Jonas, Demi Lovato and Iggy Azalea, meanwhile, posted their prayers for the victims and for peace in Belgium.
Good Charlotte singer Joel Madden showed solidarity with the Belgians by using the hashtag “#JeSuisBruxelles”, or “I am Brussels”.
“The Vampire Diaries” actor Ian Somerhalder said he is supposed to be in Brussels soon, while “Scandal” star Kerry Washington simply posted a praying hands emoji.
Read other celebrities’ reaction on Brussels attacks here.
The Brussels attacks came just few days after the arrest of Salah Abdeslam in Belgium. He was a suspect in the November 2015 Paris attacks. According to initial reports, one of the Brussels airport explosions was detonated by a suicide bomber, Hollywood reported.