Celebs tweet for Japan

2011-03-14 16:15
In the wake of the terrible earthquake and tsunami that devastated the country of Japan, celebrities have taken to social networking site Twitter to voice their sympathies, shock and to spread awareness.

Many celebrity tweets simply entreat their readers to make all efforts to help by means of various charities while others express the shock and sadness felt and shared by the rest of the world.

Here are some of the celebrity tweets concerning Japan.

Taylor Swift: I'm sending my thoughts and prayers and love to those in Japan who are hurting..

Wyclef Jean : LMy thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Japan, stay strong...

Lindsay Lohan
: My mommy just woke my sister and i up to this! god bless those that are in fear. (Lohan tweeted a picture of her television screen tuned to CNN)

P. Diddy
: GOD BLESS everyone in Japan and anyone affected by this disaster- you are in every thought and prayer!

Kim Kardashian: Seeing all of this footage in Japan is devastating! Please help the people of Japan by texting REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation

Adam Lambert (NEON): My thoughts and energy are towards japan.

Britney Spears : So tragic. My heart is breaking for Japan. –Britney

Lea Michele : So devastating to hear about the huge earthquake & tsunami Japan. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone there.

Missy Elliott : Heart's out for japan

Katy Perry: My prayers go out to anyone that is being effected by the disaster in Japan... #prayforjapan

50 Cent : Nah this is nuts but what can anyone do about it. Let's pray for anyone who has lost someone.

The Black Eyed Peas: Our thoughts & prayers go out to everyone in Japan. We are thinking of you. Lots of love

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