These celebrities showed their support for the people of Ukraine amid Russia's invasion with simple fashion gestures at the 2022 Oscars. From "The Godfather" director Francis Ford Coppola to Jamie Lee Curtis many stars were making a statement.
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Legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola wore a pin featuring an American flag and Ukrainian flag crossed together
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Jason Momoa added a subtle nod to Ukraine with his red carpet look by adding a yellow and blue pocket square.
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Oscar winner Youn Yuh-jung sported a blue ribbon with the words #SupportRefugees on the red carpet.
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Diane Warren sported a yellow and blue ribbon with the hashtag #SupportRefugees.
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Jamie Lee Curtis fashioned a blue and yellow ribbon with the #SupportRefugees on her finger. On the carpet she said during an interview with Access Hollywood: "The Ukrainian crisis is showing us what we've already known. That there's a humanitarian crisis, there's a refugee crisis happening right now, and all those displaced people need their stories told. So if I stand there tonight like this, I am representing for them, they know that they're not alone, that people are thinking about them, and thinking of ways where we can help them."
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Samuel L. Jackson fashioned a blue and yellow ribbon with the phrase #SupportRefugees on the red carpet with his wife LaTanya Richardson.
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Tyler Perry, media mogul, sported a yellow and blue ribbon with the hashtag #SupportRefugees.