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George Clooney Supports Charlie Hebdo at Golden Globes



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    Legendary actor George Clooney and wife Amal Clooney showed support for Charlie Hebdo, a French paper that was the target of a deadly terrorist attack in Paris, at the 2015 Golden Globes.

    The 53-year-old actor and Cecil B. DeMille Award recipient wore a "Je Suis Charlie" button on the left side of his tux while his wife sported a similar one on her white clutch pocketbook.

    Other celebrities joined Clooney in a show of support holding up "Je Suis Charlie" signs for photographers as they walked the red carpet.

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    Helen Mirren posed for pics with the sign as did Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson. Director Alexandre Desplat also held up a sign.

    Instead of a sign, Kathy Bates held up her phone with a digital photo of the "Je Suis Charlie" message.

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