You're not the only one who's captivated and concerned about the ongoing aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris last week. On the red carpet for the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday night (January 11), celebrities showed their solidarity for the fallen cartoonists and freedom of speech.
Check out George Clooney, Helen Mirren, Kathy Bates and more showing their support on the red carpet.
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Helen Mirren wore a pen on her lapel to show her solidarity.
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Alongside new wife Amal Alamuddin, George Clooney wore a "Je Suis Charlie" pin on the lapel of his tuxedo." Alamuddin also fastened a pin with the slogan to her bag.
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Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger flashed a sign on the carpet.
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Kathy Bates used her phone case to show her solidarity.
While presenting Best Supporting Actress in a Film, Jared Leto added a line in French to his presentation, throwing his support behind the vigils.