Celebrities tweet their prayers to Japan's quake, Tsunami victims

Washington, Mar 12 (ANI): Celebrities took to their Twitter pages to tweet their heartfelt condolences to the earthquake and Tsunami hit victims of Japan.

Even actor Charlie Sheen, 45, took a break from his own troubles to tweet his concern for the quake and tsunami victims.

"Curveball; Warlock edict; pain and devastation in Japan demands us all to dig deep and LOVE THEM VIOLENTLY Dogspeed my cadres of the Far East! C," ABC News quoted him as writing.

P. Diddy expressed his shock: "Oh man yall see this earthquake in japan??????!!!!!! Let us pray!!!! God bless Japan!"

Khloe Kardashian tweeted: "My prayers and love is with all of those in Japan. Wow my heart is breaking with every image I see. So sad! Praying hard!"

'Glee' star Lea Michele wrote: "So devastating to hear about the huge earthquake and tsunami Japan. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone there."

Hip-hop singer Nicki Minaj retweeted tsunami facts and preparedness tips from the Red Cross.

Back from a recent tour stop in Japan, Katy Perry wrote: "My prayers go out to anyone that is being effected by the disaster in Japan ... prayforjapan."

For Australian cricket star Shane Warne the Japanese tragedy came too soon after the Christchurch, New Zealand, earthquake.

"Just heard about japan-another terrible tragedy.. Our hearts go out to all of you who have been effected-so sad ..." he tweeted.

"Goodnight-everything crossed for people in japan and for the people who have a tsunami warning. No more natural disasters please - can't cope," he later added.

Other celebrities who tweeted were, John Stamos, Paris Hilton, Eva Longoria, Nicole Scherzinger, Gilles Marini, William Shatner and Molly Sims. (ANI)