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When it comes to freaking out about Hurricane Sandy, celebs really are just like us. As all East Coast residents brace themselves for a power outage, Twitter is abuzz with celebrities sharing their own "Frankenstorm" plans. Here's what Snooki, Lindsay Lohan, Kate Walsh, Bethenny Frankel and more are thinking about the oncoming storm!
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi: "Lorenzo's first storm! Holding him tight"
Jionni LaValle: "Sandy might be destroying South JerZ but bet your ass KARMA will never fall! @Chach4Life We will RiSe for 2013 summer!#SouthJersey"
Lindsay Lohan: "WHY is everyone in SUCH a panic about hurricane (i'm calling it Sally)..? Stop projecting negativity! Think positive and pray for peace."
RuPaul: "FrankenStorm NYC: People in very long line at grocery store are drunk on hysteria. I decided to buy chocolate at deli instead"
Rainn Wilson: "Sandy Frankenstorm is my new drag name."
Lena Dunham: "My dad re: the hurricane: "I have tons of cash and a salad"
Questlove: "Ready for #Frankenstorm. However if I had Monopoly/Cranium/& 4 sets of Uno Cards (Pilesies only) I'd be strizaight waitin for storm to pass."
Kim Kardashian: "All my friends from NYC are sending me pics of this storm. Praying for everyone on the East Coast! I hope everyone is safe!"
Bobby Cannavale: "think I'm gonna watch the godfather today. perfect frankenstorm film. lets start a massive tweet viewing at 2."
Kate Walsh: "Jeez, was supposed to go to NYC but frankenstorm put the kabosh on that, instead I dressed up like a cat & drank some tequila."
Kirstie Alley: "KEEP safe !!!! Those who aren't at risk...please keep @MaksimCand I safe...:)..."
Vinny Guadagnino: "I heard someone say it best: we made it through #9/11 we can make it through anything . #NewYork #SANDY"
Bethenny Frankel: "Is anyone else stress eating Halloween candy? An almond snickers is quite lovely in a storm."
While most celebs are hunkering down during the storm, Jimmy Fallon is going to work. The Late Night host tweeted that he'd sent home his studio audience "just to be safe," but planned to film tonight's show anyway. "Should be fun," he added. Jimmy Kimmel, on the other hand, decided to cancel his chat show taping at the last minute. "Though it pains us to do it, JKLfrom #Brooklyn tonight is cancelled. I'm disappointed too, but we want you to be safe," he tweeted on Monday afternoon. He can join the rest of us and tune into Fallon tonight -- if we have power!