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“Absolutely devastated by the fires in Australia,” she wrote. “Last year I had the incredible opportunity of visiting some of the many beautiful places in my homeland for the first time,” she said in an Instagram post. “This is an immense tragedy for our home country.”Hollywood star Nicole Kidman and her husband, country singer Keith Urban, pledged $500,000. The New Zealand-born star, who has lived most of his life in Australia, won Best Actor for the Showtime series The Loudest Voice. In a video shared to his Twitter page, Crowe showed the details of his truck for “when things get crazy”, containing a water tank, fire blankets, spare hoses and other firefighting equipment, along with his shiny Golden Globe on the seat inside the vehicle.
So far, 24 people have died, more than 1,000 homes have been destroyed and 500 million animals have been killed as a result of the blazes, which have been raging since last year.
I'm making a donation and would love if you would consider doing the same if you can.”Hugh Jackman, a native Australian, shared a message along with a photo of a firefighter in the midst of the bushfires.
“I know we are all very grateful for the call-outs to our fellow compatriots who are suffering under the bushfires, so thank you. “Returning home to such devastation throughout much of the country is heartbreaking. Making a statement on his behalf at the ceremony, Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon said: “Make no mistake, the tragedy unfolding in Australia is climate-change based.” The Fleabag star, who won the award for Best Actress in a comedy or musical television series, is said to have made the announcement backstage that she will auction the outfit she wore to the ceremony. Die Liste der Promis, die sechsstellige Summen überweisen, wird immer länger.
Immerhin schien die Influencerin ein Einsehen zu haben: Das Nerz-Posting verschwand so schnell, wie es gekommen war und schon kurz darauf gab Kylie bekannt, einen Scheck für eine Million Dollar — umgerechnet rund 900.000 Euro — für die Feuerwehr in Australien ausgestellt zu haben. Januar) hatte Kylie auf ihrer Instagram Story auf die Buschfeuer Down Under aufmerksam gemacht. Jetzt hat sich auch Kylie Jenner (22) dazu gesellt. “There are a lot of Australians in the room tonight,” she said. Eine Summe blieb sie dennoch schuldig. Reality star criticised for wearing mink slippers after sharing a post about the rising death toll of animals Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Während vor allem im Südosten Australiens kaum ein Ende der verheerenden Feuersbrünste abzusehen ist, spendet die Welt, um Menschen, Tieren und der Landschaft zu helfen. Immerhin hat Kylie Jenner ihr gezeigt, wie man Schadensbegrenzung betreibt. Pink shared links to local state fire services in Australia where her Twitter followers could donate. “Backstage: Phoebe Waller-Bridge says she is auctioning off her Ralph & Russo #GoldenGlobes suit to raise money for the Australia wildfires,” reporter Andrea Mandell tweeted. The 40-year-old pop star said she is “totally devastated” and pledged a donation of $500,000.Australian actor and Stranger Things star Dacre Montgomery made an emotional video pleading for people to help in any way they could. The most insightful comments on all subjects will be published daily in dedicated articles. You can also choose to be emailed when someone replies to your comment.The existing Open Comments threads will continue to exist for those who do not subscribe to Independent Premium. Sie war nicht die Einzige in ihrer Familie, deren Umgang mit der Katastrophe kritisiert wurde. “There are so many communities on fire right now, half a billion animals have died and we've lost an area the size of Belgium to wildfires.” The pop star, whose advert encouraging Brits to visit Australia was recently pulled, has donated half a million dollars to help tackle the fires.
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