Hollywood Remembers 9/11
First Published: September 11, 2011 2:45 PM EDT Credit: Composed by AccessHollywood.com
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- The Hollywood community took to Twitter on Sunday to honor the memory of the thousands of people who lost their lives during the attacks on America on September 11, 2001.
Here’s what some of the stars had to say:
Ellen DeGeneres: “Ten years ago today, the world changed. I hope everyone finds time to remember those we lost… and to tell someone that you love them.”
“Dancing with the Stars” co-host Brooke Burke: “My heart is heavy today, thinking of all those who suffered this day many years ago. My prayers go out to all the families & loved ones. My prayers to all who lost loved ones on this tragic day. It was a close call for many. My family’s story http://bit.ly/pPzZm5 #911”
Marlon Wayans: “10 years ago I was in ROME promoting scary movie 2. I watched the Towers go down & It felt as tho some1 tore the heart out my chest… Being from NYC, all I could remember was the feeling of wanted to GET HOME! & like all NY’ers I wanted to fight 4 my city. I LOVE NYC always I bleed Yankee Blue, I bump Jay Z, I ran the streets of NY as a kid and walk them as a Man. 911 we all lost loved ones, But we never lost our PRIDE. 9/11 was there year that the heart of NYC (the Towers) fell & our city emerged as the heart of our Country. U didn’t kill us! Just made us stronger”
Gilles Marini: “Honor, United, Dedicated, Passionate, Freedom, Acceptances, strength, Proud, Strong, hard working, Welcoming, Love. This is Our AMERICA! G”
Chloe Moretz: “Praying 4 the families of those who lost their loved ones on ths 10th anniversary of 1 of the darkest days 4 america. God bless”
“Dancing with the Stars” pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy: “9/11 Those that are lost are never forgotten. Those that have survived are that much stronger! Proud to be a New Yorker and and American!”
“The Playboy Club’s” Jenna Dewan: “Having a moment thinking of the brave souls who lost their life on 9/11. Live every day with purpose and share love with all..”
Kim Kardashian: “My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families affected by the awful tragedy of 9/11.”
Amy Brenneman: “God bless us today. Off to church. Thank you so so much for reading my blog, and for sharing your stories. Keep them coming. Xoxox”
Supermodel Marisa Miller: “I was in NYC on 9/11.Though tragedy was all around, I mostly remember amazing strength&kindness of people pulling together #GodBlessAmerica”
“Sons of Anarchy” Executive Producer Kurt Sutter: “my first job was in the concourse plaza of tower one. working in a book store when i was 16. wtc always meant nyc to me. #NeverForget”
Ali Sweeney: “Honoring our fallen heroes on 9/11 & all the brave men & women who serve: our armed forces, police, fire fighers. Thank you. #iremember”
Joel Madden: “We will always remember 9/11 and those who have given their lives for us to be free. God Bless America”
“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast member Adrienne Maloof: “10 years ago today the world would forever be altered by a tragedy that will always live on in our hearts and in our thoughts. To all the families and victims of 9/11: Thank you for your courage. We will never forget. #GodBlessAmerica”
British soccer superstar David Beckham also posted a message from his family on his personal Facebook page.
“It’s important to remember the many thousands of people who lost their lives ten years ago today on 9/11,” he wrote. “We must never forget the incredible sacrifices of the police, fireman and emergency services who were genuine heroes. We have nothing but the deepest admiration for those that suffered so much but have dealt with it courageously and with much dignity. Our thoughts today are with the families and friends who lost their loved ones. David, Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz & Harper”
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