This time, the Golden Globe Awards night was not just about its unique celebrity presence at the red carpet, but also about various Hollywood stars standing up in support for the "Je Suis Charlie" during the event.
While some celebrities - like Helen Mirren, Alexandre Desplat, Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger - raised plaque cards in support of the victims of the 7 January attack in France, honouree actor George Clooney and his wife Amal Clooney wore "Je Suis Charlie" pins.
George placed the black button on the left side of his suit and his gorgeous wife pinned it on her white designer wallet. He also talked about the importance of "Je Suis Charlie" slogan on-stage after receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
"Today was an extra-ordinary day. There were millions of people at march, not just in Paris but around the world. There were Christians, Jews and Muslims people and there were leaders of the countries all over the world and they didn't march in protest, they marched in support of the idea that we will not walk in fear. So Je Suis Charlie," he said.
American actress Kathy Bates came up with her own unique way of showing support to the Paris attack victims. She showed her cell phone with the writing "Je Suis Charlie" on it at the red carpet of 2015 Golden Globes awards.
Meanwhile, comedian Iliza Shlesinger appreciated the efforts of her co-stars in bringing in something important to the award night.
"Leave it to George to bring up something important!! #JeSuisCharlie - awesome," she tweeted.