Superstorm Sandy is still taking over the East Coast (and Twitter, for that matter).
And as the devastation and loss of life becomes clearer, a whole host of celebs have chosen to keep fans, friends and family updated by sending tweets and photos of the current situation concerning the storm, as well as providing links to ways you can help.
Here's what other stars had to say about Sandy, along with promoting donations for Red Cross Relief.
Kim Kardashian: "All my friends from NYC are sending me pics of this storm. Praying for everyone on the East Coast! I hope everyone is safe!"
Jon Favreau: "Hang on in there, east coast."
Zach Galifianakis: "Snooki is a lot like Hurricane #Sandy. They're both heading to the Jersey Shore with intentions to blow everyone within a 50 mile radius."
Ian Somerhalder: "Wow-so surreal!!! RT @RYOTnews: PHOTO SLIDESHOW UPDATE: #Sandy Aftermath on @instagram"
Lady Gaga: "i know its gonna be ok, but that water flooding downtown while my friends are sitting in the dark is making me sad. i love you new york. #SandyNeedsToSitDown miss you mom, dad, natali and all my friends. :( i wanna be there in the rain with you. its such a testament to New York that none of my friends or family members have left. not even my blind grandma in NJ. I'm never watching Grease again #SandySucks. i'm gonna say my prayers and go to sleep. Thinking of you all."
Kourtney Kardashian: "I have chills thinking about the victims of hurricane Sandy. God bless all of those being affected. Especially families with children."
Ellen DeGeneres: "The photos from Sandy are unbelievable. Please stay safe until it's all over. I am keeping you all in my thoughts."
John Legend: "Still in New York. Escaped to a friend's house with power. Downtown is still blacked out. Hope everybody is doing ok."
Khloé Kardashian Odom: "Praying for the victims of hurricane Sandy! Praying for everyone who is affected!!! My heart goes out to all of the families. Praying"
Cindy Crawford: "My heart goes out to all of those affected by Sandy & to the first responders working tirelessly. Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate."
—Reporting by Lindsey Caldwell
If you want to help the East Coast suffering from Sandy, please text REDCROSS to 90999 ($10 donation) or visit http://redcross.org