Cheryl Cole tweeted that she was delighted and relieved that after she left New York after the havoc created by Hurricane Sandy.
The “Under The Sun” singer was in the Big Apple when Sandy wrecked the city and posted on Twitter telling her fans of her happiness getting away from it.
She tweeted, “So glad to be out of NYC! Hurricane Sandy was one of the strangest experiences of my life,’ she tweeted, before noting that ‘we take so much for granted.”
She later added, “My heart and prayers go out to everyone badly affected by the storm. So Devastating.”
Meanwhile, fellow Girls Aloud singer, Nadine Coyle with whom, Cheryl and other girls will be reuniting together for the upcoming 10th anniversary of Girls Aloud Tour, tweeted how people can help the Hurricane Sandy victims, which Cheryl immediately retweeted.
Coyle wrote, “Watching hurricane sandy coming together! People are hurting. We can help a little at least. Text Red cross to 90999.”
The former X Factor judge also went to Twitter expressing her awe that the Girls Aloud fans have contributed to the band’s sell out their tour at London’s O2 Arena.
Touting her fans as “amazing” she posted, “I cannot believe even after 10 years of this your loyalty and support has not wavered 2 02′s sold and another one added.”