Donnie Wahlberg Wades Through Flooded Home Post-Sandy

Celebrity News Oct. 30, 2012 AT 3:00PM

Sandy must not be a NKOTB fan.

Late Monday night, former boy bander Donnie Wahlberg posted a series of videos of the havoc the hurricane had wreaked on his home.

In one, Wahlberg wades through knee-deep water in what appears to be his kitchen. (A friend is spotted at the refrigerator door. "I'm trying to save some food!" he proclaims.)

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Donnie Wahlberg attends the 2010 CBS Summer Press Tour Party at The Tent on July 28, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California.
Donnie Wahlberg attends the 2010 CBS Summer Press Tour Party at The Tent on July 28, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Despite the intense damage, the New Kids on the Block crooner, 43, seems determined to keep it all in perspective.

"Everyone be careful out there -- be safe," Wahlberg tells the camera in another taped message. "This is just material sh--. Everyone be safe."

Big Apple resident Alec Baldwin didn't face issues quite as severe as Wahlberg's, although he did reveal that he and wife Hilaria Thomas were without electricity thanks to the massive storm system.

"Possibly leaving our home to check into a hotel," Baldwin tweeted Tuesday morning. "#Powerless No lights here, no Internet."

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Meanwhile, a number of West Coast-based stars have taken to Twitter to let those affected by the storm know they're thinking of them.

"Praying for the victims of hurricane Sandy!" Khloe Kardashian wrote.

"The big apple, one of my favorite places, is standing strong tonight," Steven Tyler tweeted. "Sending lots of love and support to the east coast! I hope the sun comes out tomorrow. Hang in there everyone and help if you can."

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