Sandy Survivors: 7 Celebrities Who Were Affected by the Hurricane

Hurricane Sandy had a devastating affect on the east coast from the loss of power, to the loss of homes to the loss of lives. Hurricane Sandy is the worst storm that ever hit New Jersey and the repercussions and repair will take weeks, months if not years. Amongst all the people who felt the brunt of Sandy’s wrath, of course there are some east coast livin’ celebrities in the mix. Fortunately, none of them had serious losses and their families are all safe and sound but they were affected in various ways.

See what celebrities were hit by Hurricane Sandy right here:

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  • Rosie O’ Donnell 1 of 7
    Rosie O' Donnell
    Rosie O' Donnell lives right on the Hudson and the pier outside her home was destroyed. She tweeted this photo saying, "The Hudson - my backyard."
    Photo Source: Twitter
  • Donnie Wahlberg 2 of 7
    Donnie Wahlberg
    New York City resident Donnie Wahlberg dealt with flooding in his apartment building saying, "My entire building is under a foot of water. Awesome neighbors all banding together to help each other! Stay safe!"
    Source: Us Weekly
  • Bethenny Frankel 3 of 7
    Bethenny Frankel
    Bethenny Frankel and her family had to evacuate from their New York City apartment. They escaped to Montauk, but they still lost power.
  • Snooki 4 of 7
    Snooki
    Snooki left New Jersey with her son Lorenzo to stay at her mom's where there is power, she had complained earlier saying, "Ugh trying to change my son's diaper while holding a flash light is not easy. #nopower." And she was very sad that the Jersey Shore, the place that made her a star, was so devastated.
    Source: Twitter
  • Melissa Gorga 5 of 7
    Melissa Gorga
    Melissa Gorga of The Real Housewives of New Jersey lost the heat and power in their home. She tweeted, "Thank God my family is safe. We are cold with no power & I had to walk down the street to make this tweet."
    Source: Twitter
    Photo Source: Twitter
  • Melissa Joan Hart 6 of 7
    Melissa Joan Hart
    Melissa Joan Hart lives in Connecticut and the mom of three (with a brand new baby in the house) lost power in her home. She's been tweeted about her experiences saying, "When you are living without power, it seems to be all you can focus on. Takes all day to make preparations for the dark and cold." Of the above photo she wrote, "Post-Sandy life. The essentials, boiling water, flashlights, Keurig coffee maker, space heater, mamaRoo chai"
    Photo Source: Twitter
  • Ali Wentworth 7 of 7
    Ali Wentworth
    New York City resident Ali Wentworth tweeted this photo saying, "Damn you Sandy."
    Photo Source: Twitter
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Photos: PacificCoastNew unless otherwise noted.

 

 

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