Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace offers to pay for hotels and expenses for families of victims caught up in Ariana Grande concert blast

BIG Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has pledged to help the families of the victims of the horrific terror attacks in Manchester by paying for their hotel rooms.

Entrepreneur Aisleyne vowed to take on fees and additional costs in a kind gesture in the aftermath of last night’s suicide bomb, which followed Ariana Grande’s gig at Manchester Arena.

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Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has pledge to support the families of the victims of the horrific Manchester terror attack[/caption]

The reality TV personality, 38, was born in London yet made it clear she would do everything to help those affected by last night’s atrocities as she wrote on her Twitter page: “Any parents still looking for their kids in #manchestermissing please message me & let me pay your hotel and expenses thank you.”

She added: “I need to help.”

Her fans commented to say how “proud” they were of their telly favourite, with some vowing to share her message to make sure it reached a wider audience.

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The entrepreneur took to Twitter to pledge to pay for their hotels and expenses after last night’s suicide bomb at Manchester Arena[/caption]

One wrote: “God bless you . I will retweet and place on Facebook. You are an amazing lady.”

Another posted: “This world needs more people like you around Aisleyne xx” while a third put: “Amazing kindness at this tragic time .”

The aftermath of the pop show saw at least 22 killed in what has now been confirmed as a suicide bombing.

Fans were quick to support the Londoner’s kind offer
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Police have confirmed 22 victims so far, with children among the dead[/caption]

Earlier today, Police confirmed children are among the dead following the blast after an Ariana Grande gig at the Manchester Arena.

Thousands of youngsters had been at the US popstar’s concert when the blast hit the foyer around 10.35pm last night.

Thousands fled after hearing a “massive bang” with crowds of screaming and crying teens rushing from the venue.

Witnesses told how nuts and bolts were sent flying in the blast at the foyer area as fans made their way to Manchester Victoria train station next door.

Manchester lad Matty Healy, 27, branded the attack ‘bulls***’ during The 1975’s gig in Detroit
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Prime Minister Theresa May has slammed the “appalling terrorist attack”, and stars including Taylor Swift and Katy Perry have expressed their sorrow over the atrocity.

Manchester lad Jason Manford also broke down in tears in a live video  while local musician Matty Healy of the 1975 branded the atrocity “bulls***” in a foul-mouthed rant on-stage in Detroit.

Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor also used her interview slot on today’s Good Morning Britain to plead for love to triumph over hate.


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