Celebrity Reactions To Missing Flight MH370

The devastating news of a Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared on 8 March 2014 received the attention of local and international celebrities.

Singer Courtney Love Thinks She Found Missing Malaysian Plane MH370

Courtney Love pointed out at the possible debris of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in the picture.

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Courtney Love posted a snapshot of an area of the ocean she believed to contain the remains of the MH370 on her Facebook page.

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Like many others, Courtney Love's gone to Tomnod.com, a site where people are asked to tag possible clues such as wreckage, oil slicks and life rafts in satellite images to help find the plane.

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Nine days after flight MH370 went missing, the Hole frontwoman took to Facebook to share her theory, pointing to an ocean-view photo and claiming, "I'm no expert, but up close this does look like a plane and an oil slick."

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"I saw an article asked people to help search on Tomnod.com so I decided to give it a shot," the actress explained her claims to New York Magazine.

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"I figured a plane would still be leaking some fuel so I searched for signs of an oil slick. I found one and there appeared to be an object nearby. I don't know if it is the plane or not, but I figured I'd do my part and bring some awareness to the site, for the sake of all the families involved," Love added.

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Shila Amzah posted a photo of a sketched eye with a falling tear drop and her signature; then hashtagged 'Pray For MH370'

Shila Amzah on MH370

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Wang Leehom, "I take that flight on Malaysia Airlines all the time"

Wang Leehom on MH370.

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Awal Ashaari joined forces with a group of Lee Chong Wei supporters in Birmingham while holding a 'Pray For MH370' signage during the All England Final 2014

Awal Ashaari with a 'Pray For MH370' sign outside The NIA, Birmingham

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Awal Ashaari kept up with news on MH370.

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Mary J Blige urged her Instagram followers to send prayers

Mary J Bilge on MH370.

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Amber Chia questioned the whereabouts of MH370 and shared a #PrayForMH370 photo

Amber Chia on MH370.

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MU midfielder Ryan Giggs urged people to stay strong

Ryan Giggs for MH370.

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Mizz Nina prayed for the safety of passengers on board the missing plane

Mizz Nina on MH370.

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Yuna is staying abreast with news and hoping for the best

Yuna on MH370.

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Joe Flizzow shared a Pray For MH370 poster with his 71k followers on Instagram

Joe Flizzow on MH370.

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Local YouTubers JinnyboyTV shared their hearts, thoughts and prayers with a MH370 image

JinnyboyTV on MH370.

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Liyana Jasmay hoped for things to be well for the MH370 rescue team

Liyana Jasmay on MH370.

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Lana Nordin shared her prayer on Instagram

Lana Nordin on MH370.

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Zhang Ziyi, Ada Choi, Rainie Yang and Barbie Hsu also offered their prayers

Zhang Ziyi (章子怡) uploaded a photograph of two lit candles and commented, “A day of sorrow!” Hong Kong actress, Ada Choi (蔡少芬), also posted on her Weibo blog, “Why hasn’t the missing airplane been found…Lord have mercy, wishing there is a miracle and also have peace and strength for the families [waiting] on the ground. So sad, so heartbroken, so much sorrow.”

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Taiwanese artists including Rainie Yang (楊丞琳), Leehom Wang (王力宏), Yoga Lin (林宥嘉), Valen Hsu (許茹蕓), and Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛) left similar messages of prayer on their blogs. Rainie wrote, “My god…praying that there is peace.” Likewise, Yoga expressed, “Hoping the missing airplane can make it home safely. Give their family members some space. We don’t need to be onlookers toward their grief.”

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Malaysian celebs Michelle Yeoh, Vivien Yeo, Angelica Lee, Fish Leung and Victor Wong did the same

Malaysian artists including Michelle Yeoh (楊紫瓊), Vivien Yeo (楊秀惠), Angelica Lee (李心潔), Fish Leung (梁靜茹), Victor Wong (品冠) and Shila Amzah (茜拉) were hit with grief after learning of the missing aircraft. Currently working abroad, Michelle expressed her condolences to the flight’s passengers and crew members. Vivien admitted feeling extremely sorrowful about the incident. With her career based in Hong Kong, she had visited her home country during Lunar New Year to wish family and friends safety.

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Angelica hopes for a miracle, while Fish and Victor spread words of prayer on their Weibo accounts. Shila felt extremely uncomfortable about the incident and shared how she constantly took flight MH370 in the past.

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Award-winning actor Zizan Razak said to not make speculations before official news and hashtagged Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein

Zizan Razak on MH370.

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Neelofa appeared to have been emotionally affected by news of MH370, tweeting of her distress

Neelofa on MH370.

Image via @Neelofa/Twitter

Liyana Fizi shared the Pray For MH370 poster image

Liyana Fizi on MH370.

Image via @liyanafizi/Twitter

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