The London riots and looting have continued for the third consecutive day which has engulfed the whole of UK. The celebrities have been following the riots on television and has expressed their concerns and made their thoughts known via Twitter.

Here are the top 10 tweets from celebrities following the London riots:

Footballer Wayne Rooney: “These riots are nuts why would people do this to there own country. Own city. This is embarrassing for our country. Stop please.”

Music Star Justin Beiber: “WHOAH...been out of the loop all day. to all the people of the UK I hope you are ok. my prayers go out to you and the amazing people there.”

DJ Tony Blackburn: “Lets not forget that most people in this country are great people,it's only a small minority who are doing this.”

Footballer Rio Ferdinand: “The scenes on Sky news right now are shocking..what is this all in aid of?? Innocent peoples homes + livelihoods have gone up in smoke-why?”

TV Personality Dermot O’Leary: “Out and about this morning. Already seeing strangers being more considerate/friendly to each other. Makes me proud.”

Cricketer James Anderson: “Awful scenes around the country. Saw it first hand in Birmingham last night. Great to see people coming together to help with the clean up.”

Former Tottenham Chairman Alan Sugar: “Feeling very depressed there seems there is nothing we can do about these thugs even if they are caught they will be out within hours.”

Comedian David Gorman: Went to bed depressed by the news. Now feeling strangely emotional as I read about @riotcleanup #riotcleanup Amazing.”

Retired British Athlete Kelly Holmes: “400 people arrested(should be more) Get them a broom,1000 bags & a pair of marigolds each & make them clean up the bloody mess with parents!”

British Actor Stephen Fry: “I do hope that if I was in London now I'd be as good & brave & kind as all those who are agreeing to meet & help clean up.”