Celebrities 9/11 Tweets – Stars Pay Tribute On September 11th

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911 Tweets 2016

By Shari Weiss

911 Tweets 2016

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Sunday is 9/11, the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. In recognition of the tragic day, stars are paying tribute to the lives lost and sharing their reflections on Twitter. See celebrity tweets below.

Lady Gaga tweeted, “God Bless all the men and women who died in the attacks or fight to save lives during the Sept. 11 attacks #WeWillNeverForget #NewYorker.” Josh Gad wrote, “The searing memories #September11 will never leave me, but the way we all CAME TOGETHER will always inspire me. I hope we get there again.” Danica Patrick said, “Crazy that 9-11 was 15 years ago! Such a horrible thing, but our country has been made stronger and smarter through struggle. #NeverForget.”

Sarah Michelle Gellar posted, “‘What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, is our ability to mourn people we’ve never met’ #NeverForget15years.” Arnold Schwarzenegger offered, “Never forget the lives lost. Never forget the first responders who charged toward danger. Never forget our unity and resolve. #neverforget.” And Carson Daly shared a photo of his son lowering the American flag in their yard, writing, “Thinking of all the heroes we lost 15 yrs ago today. God bless the #USA. #NeverForget #911.”

“Life is so precious & I pray for everyone who was affected by this awful tragedy. #NeverForget911,” tweeted Kim Kardashian. Kris Jenner wrote, “15 years ago today. Our thoughts will forever be with the families of those who lost their lives that tragic day.” Lil Wayne told followers, “My heart, thoughts, & prayers go out to those that lost their lives on this day in ’01. As well as their families. Love.”

Connie Britton also said, “I’ll never forget that day. First responders. Families. Those lost. Heroes. Forever changed. #NeverForget #lovenothate #15yrs.” Andy Cohen commented, “We remember the day…the people we lost…the heroes who rose …the city that came together. After 15 years the emotion and sadness does not dissipate.” Ryan Seacrest stated, “remembering today and every day. Many thx to the heroes we lost and those who continue to keep us safe #September11 #NeverForget.”

In anticipation of Sunday football, Rob Lowe remarked, “Dear @NFL Any player wants to boycott the anthem on 9/11 should be asked to remain in the locker room until kick off. It’s not their moment.” Rosie Perez posted, “To those we’ve lost. To those who survived. To the 1st responders. To the families who bravely live on. We will #NeverForget. #September11.” Marlee Matlin tweeted to fans, “#NeverForget and always #Remembering911. #WhereWereYou when it all happened?”

She went on to write, “#Remembering911 with the spirit of service. Do something for your neighbor in need, your community, your country.” On Instagram, Snooki wrote, “Can’t believe it’s been 15 years since this terrifying and horrible day for America. Still can remember being so scared in 8th grade study hall not knowing what was going on. Remembering all the souls lost that day. RIP.” And Nicky Hilton noted, “Proud to be born and raised in New York especially on days like today #NeverForget.”

“15 years later we are united with our heads held high and we will never forget #911,” tweeted LL Cool J. Hugh Jackman simply said, “We will always remember….” Alyssa Milano declared, “#NeverForget Ever.” Kourtney Kardashian said, “I will #neverforget this day 15 years ago. Reflecting on the absence but also remembering the strength and courage.” And Ivanka Trump tweeted the hashtags, “#NeverForget #Remembering911.”

Reese Witherspoon posted on Instagram, “I could not sleep last night … I spent my sleepless moments watching a documentary about the families of first responders and people who were in the towers and on Flight 93. My heart was broken. Then and now. 15 years later, I will never forget those first responders and those families who are still dealing with the loss of loved ones. Prayers to you all. #NeverForget.”

Derek Hough shared on his own page, “I visited the 9/11 memorial earlier this year. It had just rained covering the streets. The sun came out with the light bouncing off the wet concrete creating a peaceful and beautiful glow.
In a place where so much horror occurred the feeling of unity and calm came over me in that moment as I was reflecting upon that very sad day. To all family’s who lost their loved ones, the first responders and the people who were still there long after helping to rebuild. My heart goes out to you on this day. Never forget #proudtobeanAmerican #9/11 #neverforget.”

And on his, Wilmer Valderrama wrote, “#NeverForget: Very few things we can control in life.. But there are two that NO ONE can ever take from us.. And that is our ability to live FREE and the spirit in which we choose to LIVE that freedom.. Let’s remember the ones we’ve lost.. And celebrate the ones that are still here.. Love your mother, father, sister, brother and friends.. Life is a moment.. Let’s enjoy every breath.. Every smile.. The only thing we take with us, is our memories.. I stand with you today and everyday as we defend our freedom to live our American Dream.”

On Twitter, Dwayne Johnson wrote, “15yrs. 9/11. Always strikes an emotional chord w/ all of us. Powerful how that tragedy built such resilience & strength. #NeverForget.” In a series of tweets, Gigi Hadid said, “The other night I watched the 9/11 doc. ‘Out of the Clear Blue Sky’ May we never forget the people who lost their lives as INDIVIDUALS. May we never forget the heroes who sacrificed their lives to respond. Or the families that’ve been strong enough to pick up the pieces. I still remember sitting in my 1st grade classroom in shock and horror. Feels like yesterday. #NeverForget15years.”

Ashley Tisdale tweeted, “I was sick with the stomach flu the morning of, had the news on because my dad had gotten a call from family in NJ #NeverForget15years. I’ll never forget that morning, I’ll never forget those we lost, and I’ll never forget the heroes who rushed to help #NeverForget15years.” Jessica Chastain commented, “What I remember about 9/11 was [heart] the in the city. New Yorkers stood together. We were stronger than ever #NeverForget.”

“Good morning. Beautiful day. Heavy day. Hug someone you love, remember someone you’ve lost. Keep going,” said Lin-Manuel Miranda. Oprah tweeted, “15 years.. Don’t we all remember exactly where we were when we heard or saw the second plane hit the Tower?! #NeverForget.” Ellen DeGeneres announced, “New York, I love you.” Chelsea Handler offered, “To all the people who lost a loved one on this day, I hope you can feel the love that is being sent your way.”

Debra Messing observed, “15 years ago our Country came together in a beautiful & powerful way. Look where we are today. #LovenotHate.” Katie Couric said, “I am remembering all those who perished that day & those whose loved ones were suddenly, violently ripped from their lives. #NeverForget.” Arsenio Hall expressed, “God Bless America! 9/11 God Bless America!” And in her first tweet in nearly a month, Taylor Swift stated, “Spending today with my family, thinking of those families who lost someone 15 years ago. We’ll always remember. #NeverForget911.”

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wrote on Twitter, “We’ll never forget the horror of September 11, 2001. Today, let’s honor the lives and tremendous spirit of the victims and responders.” And former president Bill Clinton said on his own page, “As we reflect on the lives we lost 15 years ago in NY, VA & PA, we honor them best by defeating terrorism and embracing our common humanity.”

Additionally, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted, “#NeverForget,” and posted a statement on Facebook. It reads, in part, “Today, we mourn for all the lives lost. We mourn for all the children who had to grow up without a mom or dad, and for all the parents who’ve had to struggle on without their children. We will never forget.”

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