As the East Coast wakes up to massive devastation from Hurricane Sandy, the stars of Bravo who live in the Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) which was pummeled by the storm's wind and tidal surge are sending along positive thoughts on Twitter.
So far it seems they're all safe, but sadly many are not -- and that's who they wanted to extend their sympathy for. Here's a handful of some Tweets from Bravo's talent who sent some good vibes along -- including the Manzo brothers who are stuck in hard-hit Hoboken. Everyone at Bravo is sending similar good thoughts to everyone who has been impacted by the storm -- stay safe and help each other out.
— Reza Farahan (@RezaFarahan) October 30, 2012
— Adrienne Maloof (@AdrienneMaloof) October 30, 2012
I put on for my city. Hope you guys are ok! instagr.am/p/RaYsyclzk4/
— Albie Manzo (@AlbieManzo) October 30, 2012
We are all well and kids still having fun with the lego!My heart goes out to all the families that have been affected by #sandy
— Rosie Pope(@RosiePope) October 30, 2012
Thanks for all the nice tweets abt last night's show.Glad everybody is safe.I'm off to find some power!
— Andy Cohen (@BravoAndy) October 30, 2012
Appearance for today canceled. Probably goes without saying, but I was eager to meet you all. Stay safe and optimistic today.
— Teresa Giudice (@Teresa_Giudice) October 30, 2012
— Kerry Heffernan (@Kheffernan212) October 30, 2012
The path of destruction #sandy left is mind boggling - no words, so sad
— Caroline Manzo(@CarolineManzo) October 30, 2012
Alive & well w full power #grateful PLEASE check on elders, animals & those alone...Do as much as u can w/out putting yourself in harms way
— Dina Manzo (@dinamanzo) October 30, 2012
Teresa missed going to the Gym and a promotional appearance. She must be crushed! So like her