Following the tragedy in West London's 24-storey Grenfell Tower on Wednesday, many celebrities have come forward to help the victims left homeless by the fire.

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The Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson took to Twitter and Facebook to encourage people in England to aid the residents of the Grenfell Towers.

The 57-year-old TV presenter said he donated clothes to the Grenfell Tower residents. He shared a link of JustGiving and wrote, "Everything that was clean in my wardrobe has been donated. Please try and do the same thing."

Jeremy Clarkson helps the London fire victims
Jeremy Clarkson (L), Grenfell Tower in West London (R)LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images |Gurbuz Binici /Getty Images

Clarkson's girlfriend Lisa Hogan and daughter Emily Clarkson were also spotted heading to the local church with clothes. Emily also tweeted in support of the victims.

The former Top Gear host was spotted on the balcony of his London residence witnessing the aftermath of the fire. The star was not seen in public ever since his co-host Richard Hammond met with a terrible car crash during the filming of The Grand Tour season 2 last week.

Celebs Rita Ora, Jamie Oliver, Lily Allen, Will Greenwood, Cerys Matthews turned up to help the victims of the fire accident. They took to social media sites urging the London residents to lend a helping hand to victims.

Singer Rita Ora took to Instagram to share a post: "This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening. My prayers are with everybody involved my heart is beating so fast. I used to play in that block - I want to do all I can do to help."

London police have confirmed12 casualties as of now, but the death toll is likely to rise, according to The Guardian.