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Celebs Tweet To Support New Zealand Earthquake Victims

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New Zealand has declared a state of emergency, after being hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake that has taken 75 lives and left hundreds more missing, and celebrities are sending their love to friends in the country while encouraging fans to donate to charity.

Pop star Justin Bieber took to his Twitter to say, “my prayers go out tonight to the people of New Zealand. god bless,” while singer Kylie Minogue tweeted, “New Zealand – sending love x.”

Joe Jonas also shared a personal insight, tweeting, “Praying for New Zealand. So sad. I was there not to long ago such a beautiful place and beautiful people.”

Comedian Kevin Pollak told his fans, “Please help if you can. It feels good, btw… Donate to NZ Red Cross here: http://bit.ly/i6p2Cm.”

Obviously we think it’s great that these eco-celebs are trying to raise awareness and get their fans involved, but tweeting is not enough and we hope this leads to donations from the stars and their fans.

If you are looking to donate to the victims, go to the NZ Red Cross here and get involved!

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