14 Celebrity Tributes to 9/11 Fourteen Years After the Attacks, Melissa Joan Hart Demands Greater News Coverage

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Fourteen years, fourteen ways to remember.

September 11, 2015 marks fourteen years since the devastating terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in 2011. Though New York City bustles this morning at a remarkable pace, its inhabitants and Americans worldwide still take time to reflect on the tragic events, those whom we lost, and their memory that will never be forgotten.

Melissa Joan Hart took to Twitter to express her grievances with the lack of ample 9/11 news coverage to preserve the sanctity of the day.


Here’s how 14 other celebrities are paying tribute to America in remembrance of 9/11.

President Barack Obama:


Scooter Braun:


Uzo Aduba:

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Rachel Zoe:


Amy Schumer:

All my love today New York.

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Sam Smith:

Always remember x A photo posted by Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) on


John Stamos:


Mariah Carey:

New York, I love you! #NYC #newyork #love A photo posted by Mariah Carey (@mariahcarey) on



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Sarah Hyland:


Ariel Winter:


Naomi Campbell:

Remembering the beautiful souls that will never be forgotten #neverforget #remembrance #rememberthefallen

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Karlie Kloss:

Never forget. I love you, New York. 🇺🇸 (regram from @irablockphoto) A photo posted by @karliekloss on


Ellen DeGeneres:


Celebuzz! offers our thoughts and deepest condolences to the families of 9/11 victims.