Celebrities Support World Water Day

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Celebrities React World Water Day Tweets

By Holly Nicol |

Celebrities React World Water Day Tweets


It’s World Water Day, and a number of celebrities are taking to social media to support the occasion. World Water Day, held annually on March 22, aims to tackle the global water crisis. See Hollywood stars’ tweets and photos below.

Adele wrote, “#W4Water 1.5 million children die every year due to water related diseases. Pls support @drop4drop with their mission to end the water crisis.” Cara Delevingne posted a photo of herself making a “W” sign, along with the caption, “Everyone should have access to clean water… Support @drop4drop this World Water Day #W4Water.” And Ed Sheeran offered, “#WorldWaterDay is TODAY – so lets help kids get #CleanWaterHere.”

Meanwhile, Alyssa Milano expressed, “Today is World Water Day. I’m excited to support @charitywater and their new campaign.” Poppy Delevingne also shared a picture of herself making a “W” sign with her hands, writing “A staggering 663 million people in the world don’t have access to safe water… WE NEED TO ACT NOW @drop4drop.” And Jimmy Fallon offered, “W is for… worldwide access to water,” while James Corden similarly added, “W is for World Water Day.”

Stella McCartney tweeted, “Respecting our world’s resources on #WorldWaterDay. Please support @drop4drop! x Stella.” Bill Clinton wrote, “On #WorldWaterDay recalling a terrific visit to @ClintonGlobal partner @HarborSchool—great program & oyster project!” And singer Dua Lipa offered, “Today is #WorldWaterDay help @drop4drop on their mission to raise awareness for the 663 million people living without clean water. #W4Water.”

Paris Jackson noted, “love that #worldwaterday is trending. working on a mini project today regarding Flint. very excited.” Diddy wrote, “It’s #WorldWaterDay people!! I’m honored to team up with the good people at @drop4drop on their mission to end water crisis!” And Zoe Saldana urged, “Help me in supporting @drop4drop bring clean water to the nearly 663 million people in the who do not have access to safe water.”

Nick Jonas tweeted, “Celebrating #WorldWaterDay today.. Let’s bring clean water to kids all over the world.” Christina Aguilera said, “Today is UN #WorldWaterDay Let’s help all children share the same necessity we take for granted w/ #CleanWaterHere.” And Britney Spears wrote, “Let’s raise our voices to help kids get #CleanWaterHere in the US & abroad this UN #WorldWaterDay.”


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