Lisa Vanderpump and LeAnn Rimes Respond to Ceiling Collapse at London’s Apollo Theatre
The ceiling of a historic London theater collapsed this week, injuring many of the people who were inside for a performance. Now, celebs are wishing their best to those involved.
The ornate ceiling of the centuries-old Apollo Theatre in London's West End theatre district collapsed on December 19 during a performance of the play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Approximately 720 people were in the theater at the time, and 76 people were treated with injuries, seven of those people having suffered serious injury.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump — who is British — is expressing her sympathies on Twitter. "Oh, how awful to see the collapse of [the] ceiling in the midst of a performance at the Apollo, one of our historic theaters in London — many injured," Lisa tweets on December 19.
LeAnn Rimes also reaches out to those who are suffering. "My heart goes out to everyone in London who were injured at the Apollo tonight. #prayers," LeAnn writes.
It's great to see these two famous ladies offering their support. And our thoughts go out to anyone who was affected by the terrible occurrence.