Adele hosts film screening for victims
Singer Adele hosted a private movie screening for the children affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze to cheer
The 29–year–old singer treated the young victims of the devastating incident, which killed around 80 people when the fire engulfed the building in west London in June this year, to a viewing of Despicable Me 3 at London's Whiteley's cinema, reported E! online.
The 'Hello' hitmaker also invited real-life Minions to meet and greet the kids to help distract them from thinking about the disaster. She helped them with the best of her ability. The musician was believed to be more than happy to pose for pictures with her young guests.
Adele's screening is not the first time she has shown her support for the victims of the blaze. Shortly after the fire broke out, she visited the site, and later met with the firefighters, who battled tough conditions to save as many people as they could, at Chelsea Fire Station.
The singer – who has four–year–old son Angelo with her partner Simon Konecki – has even called for donations to be made to the victims during her recent concert at London's Wembley Stadium. PTI