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updated 7:37 AM EDT, Tue October 30, 2012
Atlantic City, New Jersey, resident Kim Johnson inspects the area around her apartment building, which flooded on Tuesday, October 30. Large sections of an old boardwalk also were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly 11,000 people spent Monday night in 258 Red Cross-operated shelters across 16 states because of Sandy, the American Red Cross tells CNN.<strong> </strong><strong><a href='http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/30/us/gallery/ny-sandy/index.html'>View photos of New York recovering from impact</a></strong><strong>.</strong> Atlantic City, New Jersey, resident Kim Johnson inspects the area around her apartment building, which flooded on Tuesday, October 30. Large sections of an old boardwalk also were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly 11,000 people spent Monday night in 258 Red Cross-operated shelters across 16 states because of Sandy, the American Red Cross tells CNN. View photos of New York recovering from impact.
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Ricky Gervais: Is this "Sandy" a Kardashian?
  • Katharine MacPhee: It sounds like my windows are gonna blow in
  • LeAnn Rimes: Sending prayers out to everyone in the storm's path
  • Spike Lee: Mother Nature don't play and this isn't a joke

(CNN) -- Superstorm Sandy caught the attention of plenty of U.S. celebrities, some of whom were caught in the middle of it. Here's a sampling:

@tylerperry: Hurricane Sandy passing through the Bahamas. Thank God that all storms pass!

@rickygervais: This "Sandy" who's on TV all the time and is blowing the entire east coast, I assume she's a Kardashian right?

@MarthaStewart: the dogs do not want to go outside -the cats have not moved from their beds all day-the horses,donkeys,chickens are all inside-are you?

@RealMichelleT (Michelle Trachtenberg): You know NYC is under hurricane crisis when there's not a single cab on the road. #Frankenstorm

@MelissaJoanHart: Moving the family to the basement. Too many giant trees falling. Stay safe everyone. God Bless

@sethmeyers21: Every time I go outside to see how bad #Sandy is I see someone confidently walking a tiny dog.

@RuPaul: Upon arriving in NYC, #Sandy has requested that we now refer to her as Saundra

@chrissyteigen: the worst of the storm is about to come, nyc. if only you had listened to lindsay lohan and emitted only positive energy. next time.

@joshgroban: Sending my thoughts to all in the path of #sandy...looks pretty bad.

@katharinemcphee: "@AngeliqueMabida: @katharinemcphee why are you scared?" Because it sounds like my windows are gonna blow in. #HurricaneSandy

@Bethenny (Bethenny Frankel): Wow. The Hudson River is now on the streets of TriBeCa.

@ryanlochte: Due to Hurricane #Sandy the @90210 episode is postponed until November 5th. Hope everyone is safe up north!

@DebraMessing: And red wine... All I need are s'mores and a book and I'm set for #sandy

@katiecouric: This crane collapse is scary on West 57th! #sandy

@joshduhamel: Praying #Sandy doesn't do too much damage & everyone stays safe.

@ChelseaClinton: Grateful my Mom is away from #Sandy and in Algeria working toward peace in #Mali.

@Fergie: Hello #Sandy. Please be nice.

@JaredLeto: To everyone in the path of #sandy , please be safe.

‏@itsgabrielleu (Gabrielle Union): To all in #Sandy 's path...pls be safe, stay out of harms way & make sure to check on friends, fam, neighbors. Better to be SAFE than sorry!

@Jon_Favreau: Stay safe, East coast. #sandy

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@RobLowe: Flying home from east coast and #Sandy . Wish I could bring all in harms way with me. #StaySafe

@llcoolj: My prayers have been offered for all those affected by hurricane Sandy. Stay safe.

@leannrimes: Sending prayers out to everyone in the eye of Hurricane Sandy.

@mindykaling: 9 months from now hopefully we will have some cool Hurricane Sandy babies!

@aaronpaul_8: Sending everyone lots of love who are in the path of hurricane Sandy. May she disappear as soon as possible.

@SpikeLee: WAKE UP.People Please Be Safe From The Wrath Of Hurricane Sandy.Mother Nature Don't Play And This Isn't A Joke.Serious Business.SEEK SHELTER

‏@VWOfficial (Vanessa Williams): Still have power in NY, thank God! Hurricane Sandy gave me 2 days off from @666ParkAve_ABC . Cooking short ribs recipe on learned on @thechew

@Joan_Rivers: Thinking of everyone in NY and on the east coast. Stay safe! I'm stuck in LA and unable to appear live on @QVC . This truly NEVER happens...

‏@snooki: Ahhhhh our power went out!

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