Adele made a surprise and memorable visit to her local fire station.

The superstar stopped by the station in Chelsea, West London, on Monday for a “cup of tea and a cuddle.” The singer visited the Grenfell Tower fire site in London last week, where a blaze killed 79 people and injured many more. She hugged and consoled many of its victims.

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The singer wanted to meet with some of the firefighters who helped put out the fire. One of the firemen, Rob Petty, posted pictures of her visit to Facebook.

Adele isn’t the only superstar helping the victims of the fire.

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Singers like Craig David, Emile Sandé, Rita Ora, Celine Dion, Robbie Williams, Liam Payne, Roger Daltrey, Jessie J, Queen’s Brian May and Louis Tomlinson have come together for a benefit single that will be released on Wednesday.

The charity song was coordinated by Simon Cowell and is a cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge over Troubled Water” to honour the victims of the fire.