Composer Hans Zimmer is well known for his famous film scores for Inception, The Lion King, Sherlock Holmes and most recently, Wonder Woman.
Now, the German musician has donated all proceeds from a London show to the Grenfell Tower fire victims.
Zimmer, alongside his 15 piece studio orchestra, paid their tributes to those who have been affected by a fire that broke out in their home.
The appalling blaze has, so far, killed over 30 people and wounded countless more with others missing or yet to be identified.
The musician tweeted about the incident, stating that “We are all London” and declared that he would be contributing to help the victims.
Proceeds from tonight's show will be donated to the #GrenfellTower relief fund.
We stand with you London. pic.twitter.com/rxfbWp2MvR
— Hans Zimmer (@HansZimmer) June 15, 2017
He received a standing ovation from the audience, including film director Ron Howard who has collaborated with Zimmer in the past.
As you can see in Zimmer’s tweet, the audience held up their phones and lit up the arena in solidarity.
He isn’t the only celebrity who has paid his tributes as Adele visited the site within 24 hours of the disastrous incident.
Comedian Russell Howard has also tweeted out that he will be donating to the relief fund.
The funny man performed in Copenhagen and he stated that he would be donating the proceeds to those affected.
After the awful tragedy that happened this week, all proceeds from my show tonight in Copenhagen will go to the residents of Grenfell Tower
— Russell Howard (@russellhoward) June 16, 2017
It is great to see so many individuals restoring our faith in humanity in these dark hours.
It is important to remind ourselves that love and light is still out there during what can be the gloomiest of times.
Please continue donating what you can if you are in the area.
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