From Justin Bieber to Piers Morgan, celebrities close to and far from the violent riots that have been ravaging London are showing their support for the country and disdain for rioters via Twitter.
Joel Madden used the social networking tool to ignite a joint effort from his followers to peacefully take a stance against rioters: "Use whatever tools, resources, and networks you have to help your city. You got this UK."
British Chef, Jamie Oliver sadly told his followers in 140 characters or less that his Birmingham restaurant was vandalized by rioters: "Windows all gone whole area closed, cant open, staff and customers all safe!!"
Whitney Port simply showed her support with the hashtag, "#PrayforLondon."