The devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan and subsequent tsunami has not only media organizations but the Twitter-verse buzzing.
Celebrities like Alyssa Milano, P. Diddy and stars from "Glee" are tracking the news and tweeting prayers, hope and ideas on how we can help.
As the news developed early Friday, Lindsay Lohan was apparently glued to CNN for the latest updates, as she tweeted a photo of the coverage unfolding on her television along with the message, "My mommy just woke my sister and i up to this! god bless those that are in fear."
She's not the only one shocked and hurt by images of the devastation:
Katy Perry: "My prayers go out to anyone that is being effected by the disaster in Japan..."
Alyssa Milano: “Need to find someone in Japan? Google has Person Finder➛ http://bit.ly/f3zylJ #Earthquake #Tsunami /via @BuzzEdition”
Josh Groban: “I can't believe my eyes watching the news. I am heartbroken for the people of Japan and hope all my wonderful friends and fans there are ok.”
Chris Brown: "My prayers go out to everyone in japan!!! We have to love one another and come together as a planet!!!!...I'm buggin out right now over japan!!"
Milla Jovovich: “i feel like japan is such a huge part of my life and this is just a heartbreaking catastrophe for me. we need to pray and send so much love.”
Bethenny Frankel: “I cannot believe we have another natural disaster in this world again. Praying ... Let's help by texting the words REDCROSS to 90999. $10 will be donated to the relief efforts. Please RT!”
Ryan Seacrest: “Glued to TV watching this unreal earthquake footage out of Japan. Sending prayers to everyone affected. Unbelievable.”
P. Diddy: “GOD BLESS everyone in Japan and anyone affected by this disaster- you are in every thought and prayer!!”
Anna Kendrick: “What is there to say? Footage is horrifying, gut wrenching. Thoughts and prayers with Japan.”
Lea Michele: "So devastating to hear about the huge earthquake & tsunami Japan. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone there."
Amber Riley: "Omg my heart goes out to Japan. I pray this devastation stops."
Paris Hilton: “The images on the news are breaking my heart. I am so worried for everyone in Japan. My thoughts are with you Japan. God bless you all.”
Lance Armstrong: “Following the news from Japan. Our thoughts go out to everyone impacted by this terrible disaster.”
Justin Bieber: "Japan is one of my favorite places on earth...it's an incredible culture with amazing people. My prayers go out to them. We all need to help."
Nina Dobrev: “One disaster after the other..WE NEED TO START TAKING CARE OF THE EARTH. Something needs to change. PLEASE DO YOUR PART”
Marlon Wayans: "My prayers and love go out to the people of Japan. U are strong people w/ strength & pride who survived worse... U will bounce back."
Yoko Ono tweeted earlier, "Sending love to all friends & family in Japan & praying for you. We are with you. Let's help one another as much as we can love, yoko." Along with former "Star Trek" star George Takei, she's also telling fans to help out with the relief effort. Ono has since tweeted a link to a message she wrote, stating how devastated she was by the news.
"My dear people of Japan," Ono begins. "I feel numb now, as if I was there myself and hit with this disaster as you have been. Only just recently I visited Tokyo, and was delighted how beautiful, clean and quiet the city was! I didn’t expect a disaster like this to happen to the country I love so much."
Her message goes on, "I feel deeply for you for having experienced the earthquake that was the severest in the history of Japan. It must have been so, so horrible. I extend my sympathy and love to each one of you. I’m very sorry that you had to go through what you went through. My heart is with you all the way."