For Olivia Munn, news of the tornado in her native Oklahoma has been "devastating" to say the least.

"All the stories of all those children, I think that's what gets everybody every time, the children just losing their lives and it's so sad," the actress tells E! News during a visit to The Newsroom set on Thursday.

But the 32-year-old star has also observed the good that has shined through amidst the tragedy.

"It's not surprising at all to see all of the heroism and all of the love that just pours in from everybody in Oklahoma," she says. "That's just how Oklahoma is. I mean, you see someone on the news and nobody wants to take credit for being a hero. Nobody wants to let a person sit on the floor crying. Nobody wants to leave another person behind that's injured. That's just the Oklahoma way."

Munn adds, "It's been really devastating and sad, but at the same time, you get so filled with hope when you see the love that people can have for each other."

For more of Olivia Munn's interview, be sure to tune in tonight to E! News at 7:00 and 11:30 p.m.

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