Actor George Clooney accepts the Cecile B. DeMille Award at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 11, 2015. REUTERS/Paul Drinkwater/NBC/Handout
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When actor-director George Clooney accepted his lifetime award at Sunday's Golden Globes awards, he used his acceptance speech to both put the value of awards in perspective and voice his support for the victims of the deadly attack on French newspaper Charlie Hebdo.Clooney, 53, who wore a "Je Suis Charlie" lapel pin, demonstrated self-deprecation in his acceptance speech, poking fun at himself for having lost more Globes than won.Earlier in the night, stars such as Jared Leto, Helen Mirren, Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger also voiced support for the Charlie Hebdo victims, while Theo Kingma, president of Golden Globes organizers the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, made a poignant speech on stage.
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