Stars donned pins or displayed the phrase on their phones

By Alex Heigl
Updated January 11, 2015 09:20 PM
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The shootings at the Paris satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo earlier this week have led to massive protests in Europe, and Hollywood hasn’t turned a blind eye to what’s happening across the pond.

Several stars have turned up at the Golden Globes red carpet either wearing pins displaying the phrase “Je Suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) or posing with signs. While presenting, Jared Leto said, “On vous aime. Je suis Charlie.”

Power couple Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger showed their solidarity with a sign.

Kathy Bates chose to use her phone to display the phrase.

George Clooney donned a pin with the phrase, and Amal’s clutch sported the same one. “We’ve just been really moved by the appalling scenes that took place this week in Paris. We are also really moved by the show of unity today,” the human rights lawyer told Entertainment Tonight.

Composer Alexandre Desplat posed with the sign on the red carpet as well.

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