Actor George Clooney and wife, Amal Clooney, arrive at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills,
Actor George Clooney and wife, Amal Clooney, arrive at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 11, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Hollywood celebrities have shown their support for the victims and the families of those who were killed during the recent terror attack in Paris. At the Golden Globes Awards, few famous celebrities were seen giving support to "Je Sui Charlie" among them is George Clooney.

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin made their first public appearance since becoming husband and wife at the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday, Jan. 11. The couple looked stunning as usual. However, per Variety what caught the people's attention was the "Je Sui Charlie" slogan pinned to the actor's tuxedo. Meanwhile, his wife reportedly also had her clutch adorned with an emblem of the slogan. According to Elle magazine Amal also wore Dior to show her support for the French people. Her clutch was "customized in solidarity with the French people who've gone through a terrible week."

The Golden Globes Award held at the Beverly Hilton became a means for political statement for other celebrities who came to show their support for Charlie Hebdo. According to The Independent, veteran actress Helen Mirren and Kathy Bates also arrived with a "Je Sui Charlie" sign, which they brought along with them on the red carpet. French composer Alexandre Desplat reportedly also brought his own sign on the red carpet, while actor William H. Macy simply told Variety "I am Charlie." Numerous "Je Sui Charlie" signs were even seen during the live reporting (see video below). Meanwhile "Joshua Jackson, Diane Kruger, Patricia Arquette and Kathy Bates also joined in with the message of solidarity," writer Jess Denham said.

Likewise, movie producer Harvey Weinstein, on his article for Variety, also commented on the support shown by the stars at the Golden Globes red carpet. He hopes that the efforts made by these Hollywood celebrities would urge others to also show their support for "Je Sui Charlie." Translated into English the slogan simply means "I Am Charlie," in honour of the attack at France's satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

"I hope we can all raise glasses and that someone like Tina, Amy or George Clooney will urge us to toast with 300 million viewers around the world: 'Je suis Charlie, je suis juif, je suis Ahmed,'" he wrote.

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