We were pretty shocked when we switched on the news this morning to see Hurricane Sandy really taking hold in New York.
And it seems that we weren't the only ones sending our best thoughts to the people in the midst of the Sandy storm, with Lady Gaga and Eva Longoria among the celebrities sending their support.
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Lady Gaga was clearly emotional as she took to Twitter to say: "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." [sic]
Lady Gaga was clearly upset by the news of Sandy. Copyright [Lady Gaga]She continued: "#SandyNeedsToSitDown miss you mom, dad, natali and all my friends. :( i wanna be there in the rain with you." [sic]
"its such a testament to New York that none of my friends or family members have left. not even my blind grandma in NJ." [sic]
Lady Gaga's tweets didn't stop there. She carried on: "I'm never watching Grease again #SandySuck. i'm gonna say my prayers and go to sleep. Thinking of you all."
Eva Longoria also took to Twitter to send her support. Copyright [WENN]Eva Longoria followed suit, taking to Twitter to let followers know her thoughts were also with those caught up in the Sandy storm.
She said: "Hey east coast! How ya holding up? Watching the news and it looks scary! Be safe and god bless!"
Eva Longoria then went on to retweet numerous followers and journalists to update her fans on the situation.
The Saturdays are currently in the US and are understandably concerned for their east coast counterparts.
Rochelle Wiseman said: "Thinking of everyone in NYC. Stay safe!! Xx"
Her bandmate Mollie King added: "Thinking of everyone in New York... Keep yourselves safe guys x x x x x"
Meanwhile, back in the UK, Myleene Klass took to Twitter to say she was watching the news unfold on TV: "Excellent anchoring from @piersmorgan on CNN now."
The storm struck New York last night, with 16 people already dead and President Obama declaring a 'major disaster' in New York and Long Island.