Former “Big Brother” star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has extended her hand and offered to pay hotel and related expenses for parents who are in Manchester searching for their children after the explosion that took place at Ariana Grande's Manchester Arena concert on Monday night.

22 confirmed dead

Following the terrorist attack, 22 people have been confirmed dead – this number does include children. There have also been at least 59 people confirmed to be injured. Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has joined the list of celebrities who are heartbroken by what has happened.

Aisleyne is begging parents to contact her

Shortly after news of the explosion broke, Horgan-Wallace took to Twitter to express how heartbroken she was for the parents who were waiting to know whether or not their children were alright.

She noted that she couldn’t even begin to imagine the fear these parents must be in and how sorry she was for what they were going through.

Early the next morning, the former “Big Brother” star took to Twitter again to beg any parents who were still searching for their children to message her. Aisleyne claimed to be so heartbroken and distraught by what had happened following Ariana’s concert that she had to help.

She also offered to help with funeral expenses

Five hours had passed and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace still wasn’t done offering her assistance to the victims of the Manchester explosion. The former “Big Brother” star linked to a story noted that an eight-year-old named Saffie Rose Roussos was the second confirmed victim of the terrorist attack. Along with linking to the story, Horgan-Wallace noted that while she knew money was not a painkiller, she wanted to help the family with funeral expenses and encouraged them to contact her if they needed assistance.

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Any families who were struck by this terrible attack and are now suffering financially are being encouraged by this string of posts to reach out to Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace for assistance. The former “Big Brother” star reiterated that she “needs to help.” One can only hope the families that have been devastated by this attack can reach out to generous souls such as Aisleyne in order to get the help they need.

As Aisleyne herself said best, money is not a painkiller. The financial assistance isn’t going to take away the pain. It, however, could help prevent them from suffering any more than they already are. Hopefully Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace will get the chance to help some of these families in need during this horrible time.