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Celebrities React to Russia-Ukraine Crisis


Fri 25 Feb 2022 | 03:46 PM
Yara Sameh

Celebrities from around the world took to social media to react to the escalating crisis in eastern Europe after Russia announced Thursday a “full-scale invasion” of Ukraine.

Miley Cyrus shared her experience in the Ukraine, where she filmed the 2019 music video for “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart”.

“This morning was heartbreaking waking up to the news that Ukraine had been invaded. I had the most incredible experience filming ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ in Kyiv and will be forever grateful to the local community who welcomed me with open arms,” she wrote on Twitter.

Cyrus added that she is standing in solidarity with everyone in Ukraine.

https://twitter.com/MileyCyrus/status/1496953830889574402?s=20&t=_QbXrf-uxRAQ6QDhVJ6oeg

"My thoughts are with the Ukrainian people. I have been asked to do several interviews, but I believe the news should continue to focus on what’s happening on the ground - on the tragedy that has broken our hearts and on the courage of the Ukrainian people that has inspired us, " former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger wrote on Twitter.

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Cardi B tweeted: “Wish these world leaders [would] stop tripping about power and really think about who's really getting affected (citizens) besides the whole world is in a crisis. War, sanctions, invasions should be the last thing these leaders should worry about.”

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"Russia has started the full-scale war against Ukraine. Ukraine will defend itself and win. The world can and has to stop Putin. Right now is the time to act,' with the hashtag #IStandWithUkraine," Elsa Hosk added.

Michael Douglas shared an Instagram post from the United Nations that reads "The children of Ukraine need peace, desperately, now,".

Michael shares: Michael Douglas shared an Instagram post from the United Nations stating, 'The children of Ukraine need peace, desperately, now'

Kate Beckinsale shared a post that revealed more than 40 Ukrainian soldiers and at least 10 civilians have been killed by the Russian forces.

Irina Shayk simply shared a photo with the peace sign over the entire world, along with three prayer hands emojis.

Kate shares: Kate Beckinsale shared a post that revealed more than 40 Ukrainian soldiers and at least 10 civilians have already been killed by Russian forces

Irina: Irina Shayk simply shared an image with the peace sign over the entire world, along with three prayer hands emojis

Actor-singer Jared Leto tweeted, "I'm hopeful that peace will prevail and nonviolent solutions will ultimately be found,".

https://twitter.com/JaredLeto/status/1497029242474745856?s=20&t=5Xjr72uzfWYKxI-2WVtNOA

 

In a new tweet, Leto added: "To my friends and family in Ukraine - my heart breaks that this conflict has escalated in such a devastating way. Please take great care and be as safe as you can. Sending thoughts to you and your loved ones during this chaotic and disruptive time,".

https://twitter.com/JaredLeto/status/1497029139227758593?s=20&t=5Xjr72uzfWYKxI-2WVtNOA

Singer-actress Mandy Moore shared a headline and a link to a Los Angeles Times article about what people can do to help Ukraine, adding: "My heart is with the people of Ukraine,".

Ariana Grande shared a post from Rescue.org, stating, 'We stand with the people and families whose lives will be affected from the Russian attack on Ukraine.'

Mandy: This Is Us star Mandy Moore shared a headline and a link to a Los Angeles Times article about what people can do to help Ukraine, adding, 'My heart is with the people of Ukraine'

Broken heart: Justin Bieber's wife Hailey Bieber shared an image of the places in Ukraine being attacked, with five broken heart emojis

Ariana: Ariana Grande shared a post from Rescue.org, stating, 'We stand with the people and families whose lives will be affected from the Russian attack on Ukraine.'

Kendall Jenner shared a photo from The New York Times highlighting where Ukraine has been attacked, adding: "Praying for Ukraine" with a broken heart emoji.

Camila Cabello also took to Instagram stories, saying: "Taking a moment to pray for peace."

Kendall prays: Kendall Jenner shared an image from The New York Times detailing where Ukraine has been attacked, adding, 'Praying for Ukraine' with a broken heart emoji

Camila prays: Camila Cabello also took to her Instagram story, adding, 'Taking a moment to pray for peace'