Uh-Oh! Bella Thorne Was 'Stranded' After Plane Crash At JFK


Uh-Oh! Bella Thorne Was 'Stranded' After Plane Crash At JFK

Uh-Oh! Bella Thorne 'Stranded' After Plane Crash At JFK

If there's been a few empty seat on the FROW at London Fashion Week, it's probably because Bella Hadid and Bella Thorne have been waylayed due to a plane crash. Don't worry - no one was harmed. But if Bella T's most recent tweets are anything to go by - she's not impressed by the delay caused.

The actress, her boyfriend Gregg Sulkin and model Bella Hadid were left waiting in JFK airport after their plane to Heathrow collided with a fence while taking off, which clipped and damaged the wing, grounding the plane.

Bella T then posed a series of angry tweets about her airline complaining they were left 'stranded' without a replacement flight.

She also shared an Instagram of the trio and despite the drama - looks like they did a pretty good job of keeping themselves entertained.


The airline replied apologising to Bella for the "miscalculation" which forced the plane to abandon take off.

A Virgin Atlantic spokesman said: "The VS26 departing from JFK to London Heathrow today returned to the gate after a miscalculation by the tug caused minor damage to one of its wing tips.

"All customers have disembarked the aircraft and our teams are working hard to get our customers on their way as soon as possible.

"Safety is our number one priority and we would like to apologize for the delay and any inconvenience caused."

The plane was reportedly rescheduled to land at 1pm today, but looks like the trio caught an earlier flight, with Bella Thorne tweeting that they had landed safely in London at 8am this morning.

Bella Hadid must have hot-footed it straight from the runway to the, err, runway, as she walked in Topshop Unique's show this afternoon. Bella Thorne also made onto the front row in the nick of time to see her friend strut her stuff...

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