Blake Shelton Organizing Benefit Concert For Oklahoma
More and more numbers are coming in related to Monday's devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. As many as 13,000 homes were damaged or completely wrecked and 33,000 people have been affected by the storm, according to the mayor of Oklahoma City, who added the damages could add up to more than $2 billion. Among the 24 killed in the twister were two infants: one was just four months old, the other was seven months.
Blake Shelton, a native of Ada, Oklahoma, which is about 75 miles southeast of Moore is doing his part to help the residents of his home state. Blake has announced that he and NBC are working on a benefit concert for the victims of Moore. Details are expected to be released by the end of the week.
Relief efforts are already in place, so if you'd like to help with a donation, check this out.
And in case you missed it, Blake and Miranda Lambert opened Tuesday's episode of The Voice by performing an acoustic version of Miranda's song "Over You" and it was heart touching. Check it out here: