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Carrie Underwood Donates $1 MILLION To Her Tornado-Ravaged Home State Of Oklahoma!

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Carrie Underwood may have been Blown Away by a tornado made from special effects in the music video for her smash song of the same name, but when it comes to the real life consequences of such a devastating force a nature, she's wasted no time jumping right into action!

In the wake of the lost lives and mass destruction at the hands of the tornados that ravaged Oklahoma, the country superstar has followed in the footsteps of Kevin Durant, Blake Shelton and countless other heroes by donating $100 MILLION to the American Red Cross for relief efforts in her native state!

She says in a statement:

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EXCLUSIVE! JWoww Speaks Out About Hurricane Sandy's Jersey Shore Damage

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Though the Jersey Shore house survived Hurricane Sandy, the cast members are definitely feeling its aftermath!

JWoww stopped by to chat with PerezHilton.com earlier this week when the storm was hitting hard and opened up about how she’d been dealing with it.

Check out the EXCLUSIVE video (above) to hear what JWoww had to say about Sandy!

Wow, we cannot even imagine how scary and devastating it has been!

We’re also glad that MTV is in the early stages of planning a clean-up special with the GTL gang in Seaside Heights, where they spent summers filming the show!

Our thoughts go out to all those affected by this horrible disaster.

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Unbelievable Images Of Hurricane Sandy's Destructive Force & Devastating Aftermath

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Hurricane Sandy is already one of the Twitter-era's most destructive American tragedies.

During galvanizing catastrophes like Hurricane Katrina and the September 11th attacks, the United States relied on cable news reporting and tommorrow's newspaper for coverage those calamitous events. The world is a different place now.

Millions and millions of people continue to be affected by Hurricane Sandy, but, for the first time, the internet allows their voices to be heard and their hardships to be viewed immediately.

We scoured the web for some of the most compelling images we've seen thus far of the unbelievable events, take a look at what we found (below).

[Image via Twitter.]

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Scarlett Johansson Opens Up About Charity Work In Africa

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Scarlett Johansson may be one of the biggest movie stars of our time, but she's not too big to give back to the world around her!

The Oxfam Ambassador traveled to East Africa with the famine relief organization not that long ago and witnessed, first hand, the devastation threatening the lives of 13 million people throughout Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia.

To discuss those eye-opening numbers, the actress recently sat down with Arianna Huffington for the December issue of Interview magazine, saying:

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Tornadoes And Storms Cause Devastation In Six States

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Very upsetting.

Tornadoes (above) and massive storms have been causing devastation throughout six U.S. states, including Alabama, Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas.

According to reports, as many as 231 people have died due to these horrific storms and tornadoes.

Here's what President Barack Obama said about these storms/tornadoes last night:

"While we may not know the extent of the damage for days, we will continue to monitor these severe storms across the country and stand ready to continue to help the people of Alabama and all citizens affected by these storms."

"Michelle and I extend our deepest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives because of the tornadoes that have swept through Alabama and the southeastern United States."

Such a tragedy.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who's being affected by these storms and tornadoes. Stay strong.

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