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Hollywood Remembers 9/11

Hollywood Remembers 9/11

On the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, many celebrities took to social media to remember the lives lost.

Hugh Jackman, Chris Pratt, Kim Kardashian and Reese Witherspoon were just some of the A-list celebrities to post about the 9/11 attacks, which killed nearly three thousand people in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C.

Along with posting a selfie with the city in the backdrop, Hugh wrote on Instagram, “We will always remember 9/11.”

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Using the same social media platform, Pratt said, “May we honor the fallen with our continued defense of liberty, one nation, under God, indivisible. May we continually pursue a more perfect union. And may we never forget, not only the fallen, but the values for which we stand, lest their death be in vain. #911 #september11 #unitedwestand.”

Kardashian posted two photos of the Twin Towers on her Instagram Story, writing, “Never Forget 9/11. Sending Love and Light to everyone today,” followed by a still of the towers and Statue of Liberty shot from the water.

Reese shared on Instagram, “Today we honor and remember the fallen victims and heroes of 9/11. My thoughts are with all the families and friends who experienced unimaginable loss. #neverforget ❤️.”

See more reactions below.

Rachel Zoe: “I will never ever forget this morning watching it all happen from my west village apartment on a #NYFW morning. I cannot fathom that it has been #19 years when it feels so close and vivid in my memory. The innocent lives lost and the families of the victims, I honor you today and send love and strength. The heroic frontline workers, medical teams, NYPD and firefighters so fearless and tireless in their efforts I will never forget. #Newyork came out stronger and more united than ever back then and I know it will again. 🙏🏻 9.11.2001 I ❤️ #NY #neverforgetXoRZ.”

Andy Cohen: “May their memories be a blessing. #neverforget.”

Jason Aldean: “Hard to believe 9/11 happened 19 years ago. Still makes me sick to my stomach. Today we should remember everyone who lost their lives that day and the families left behind to deal with the aftermath.”

Mark Wahlberg: “Today, we honor those we lost on 9/11 and all the first responders, including civilians, who risked their lives to help their fellow citizens. Let’s try to remember that feeling of unity in our country during these difficult times. #UnitedWeStand #NeverForget 🕊🇺🇸❤️.”

In support of 9/11 Day, Morgan Freeman, Trevor Noah and Steve Buscemi also participated in special video messages calling for unity and service. Watch!