Adele urges fans to donate to Grenfell Tower fire victims

We already know that Adele has been very active in her support for all those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, visiting the victims the day after the tragedy and also stopping by “for a cup of tea and a cuddle” to thank the firefighters for all their hard work.

And now she has taken things one step further, by urging her fans at her concert at Wembley Stadium last night to donate to the victims of the fire, instead of spending their money on “overpriced wine”.

“It’s been two weeks since the fire, and still the people who were affected by it are homeless,” she said in a video that played before she came on stage.

“I promise that the money we raise together will go directly to the people who are living in that block.”

“I promise that the money we raise together will go directly to the people who are living in that block.”

Adele also addressed the issue during her concert as well…

“I’ve been down on the ground near Grenfell Tower all week before this and I’m going straight back after these shows,” she told the crowds during the show.

“I can’t tell you how out of control and how chaotic it still is down there.”

“I’m not going to go into too much detail because a lot of the stories I’ve been told I’m not going to tell on a stage like this. But I can’t tell you how out of control and how chaotic it still is down there.

“And if you don’t want to do it, can you promise me that you will talk about this story and keep it alive, because it’s disappearing and it’s atrocious that it is,” she added.

“It’s our job as human beings to be compassionate, and if you don’t have a social conscience you can grow one”

“And it’s atrocious that we can’t get answers. It’s our job as human beings to be compassionate, and if you don’t have a social conscience you can grow one. I didn’t have one that long ago. Demand answers, because it’s f***ing important.”

Adele asked her fans to donate by texting a number shown on a screen.

To make a donation to Unite for Grenfell, visit Comicrelief.com.