As the Superstorm Sandy hits the East Coast, celebrities around the globe are extending their support and concern through the social networking sites.
Here are few celebrities' posts to Hurricane Sandy via Twitter...
"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. miss you mom, dad, natali and all my friends. :( i wanna be there in the rain with you," Lady Gagawrote in a series of tweets, "its such a testament to New York that none of my friends or family members have left. not even my blind grandma in NJ. i'm gonna say my prayers and go to sleep. Thinking of you all."
"Everyone here at the show will be thinking about the East Coast all day. We hope you & your families stay safe through the hurricane," Ellen DeGeneres posted on Twitter.
"I have anchored many hurricanes, winter storms, earthquakes but I don't think I've ever seen anything like #Sandy #Frakenstorm," television and radio host Larry King tweeted.
"I take it that the irony of a massive storm holding up the production of Noah is not lost @DarrenAronofsky@russellcrowe@MattyLibatique," Emma Watson posted.
"WHY is everyone in SUCH a panic about hurricane (i'm calling Sally)...? Stop projecting negativity! Think positive and pray for peace," Lindsay Lohan tweeted.
"EAST COAST: As Frankenstorm approaches, remember to care for your animal companions," Baywatch star Pamela Anderson said.
While talk show host Katie Couric tweeted some helpful information for the ones seeking Sandy coverage: Both @NYTimes & @WSJ suspending paywalls today so u can check their sites for #Sandy updates even if u don't have dig subscription. #nice!
Whoopi Goldberg said: "Here's hoping we all make it thru the storm better people, friends, mothers fathers sisters & brothers& greatfull for days the days we have."
Melissa Joan Hart sent her prayer wishes," I have at least 2 family members in evacuation zones that haven't left and 2 more in the center of Sandy. Praying they stay safe!"
Meanwhile, take a look at the pictures of the storm captured by Nasa satellites from space.