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Taylor SWift, Kristin Chenoweth send support to tornado victims

HollywoodNews.com: Some celebrities are taking the time to send their love and support to those who are currently victims of the recent tornado damage.

Taylor Swift, Kristin Chenoweth and Khloe Kardashian all addressed the tragedy over Twitter, states UsMagazine.com. “We’re at rehearsals watching videos of the tornados in Tuscaloosa. Our love and hopes and thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected,” Swift commented.

“My prayers are with the tornado victims in Alabama,” Kardashian wrote.

And Chenoweth echoed a similar sentiment: “Tornado victims, my love [and prayers go] out to you.”

In a major step of support, Reba McEntire has reportedly planned an Oklahoma Tornado Relief concert for May 26th that will help those who are suffering from the damage done.

Do you think celebrities need to address this matter a little more to give it more attention?

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