The four-time Country Music Association Awards 'Female Vocalist of the Year' told Twitter followers that they could take shelter at her house in Nashville as extreme weather hit the surrounding area.
She wrote: "Any of my friends in Nashville who don't have a safe place or a basement are welcome to come to my house. For real. Starting to look scary outside… And there goes the tornado siren…"
After McBride and her companions got through the harsh weather, she reassured fans by tweeting: "We're all ok. Looks like another storm on its way. Tornado warning til 5:00 (sic)."
More than 30 people were killed when the tornadoes ripped through Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, and a number of stars took to the microblogging website to express their sorrow.
Country star Reba McEntire was performing in Europe and she has revealed her husband, Narvel Blackstock, kept in contact with their friends and family back home in Tennessee to make sure they were safe.
She wrote on Twitter: "During my show last night in Zurich, Switzerland, Narvel was constantly monitoring the weather in TN staying in touch with family and friends. When I got off stage, I was very relieved to hear everyone was safe. This morning I awoke to CNN reporting of 27 dead because of tornadoes… My heart hurts for the ones who have lost loved ones, their homes and towns. I will continue praying for them."
Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder posted: "These storms are crazy down here… Anyone or anything hurt by these tornados I'm truly sorry - it's bad… Climate change sucks - really."
Actress Pauley Perrette wrote: "God, If I had superpowers I would STOP these tornados. Love & prayers to everyone in their path. Bless."
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