Celebrities Pay Tribute to 9/11 – Marking 14th Anniversary of September 11th

By on September 11, 2015
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It has been 14 years since that awful day in September when everyone in the United States of America’s life changed as we know it. When terrorists bombed the World Trade Center, killing thousands of innocent people. Both people going to work in the World Trade Center and responders who were sent to the World Trade Center to help the victims of the attack. It may be 14 years, but it is a moment in time that will never be forgotten.

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Celebrities who paid tribute included:

President Obama tweeted, “14 years after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, we honor those we lost. We salute all who serve to keep us safe. We stand as strong as ever.”

Hayden Panettiere wrote, “#NeverForget #AlwaysRemember #Heroes #NewYorker #9/11.”

Connie Britton tweeted, “#NeverForget911”

Eva Longoria tweeted, “Good morning NYC #NeverForget #911 #GodBlessAmerica” along with a photo saying Never Forget.

Dennis Leary tweeted, “I don’t remember seeing any Rescue Cats at Ground Zero #whydogsrule”

Carey Hart commented, “I remember exactly where I was the minute I turned the tv on. Will never forget this day, and I think it’s important to not forget. Not forget the innocent people that lost their lives, not forget the brave NYC 1st responders, and not to forget terrorists that did this. Thank you to our military that fight to keep us safe, and I hope nothing like this ever happens again.”

Snooki said on Instagram, “Remembering all of those we lost on 9/11. Never forget that tragic day and all the beautiful souls & courageous Heroes we lost that day. #restinparadise.”

Mark Wahlberg tweeted, “#NeverForget #911 #GodBlessAmerica.”

Hillary Duff said, “Got a bit of a heavy heart today especially being in #nyc such a great city with brave, strong, resilient people.”

Ellen DeGeneres: “Every time I come to New York, I remember how powerful the spirit of this city is. Especially today. NYC, I love you.”

Leah Remini: “Today we remember and honor the lives we have lost, we pray for their loved ones. Thank you to those who serve to protect us all.”

Mariah Carey: “New York, I love you!”

Sarah Hyland: “I may be in LA but I will always be a New Yorker. Today my heart bleeds with memories and sorrow for anyone affected by that tragic attack.. 14 years. I cant believe that much time has passed. I can still smell and feel the ash residing for months in the east village.”

Alicia Keys posted an “Empire State of Mind” performance along with the following comment: “Here’s to the greatest city in the world!!! #NeverForget.”

Have U Heard would like to express our thoughts to everyone on this somber day. We too will never forget.

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