It's hard to believe that it's been twelve years since tragedy struck New York City, Washington DC and Shanksville, Pennsylvania over the course of mere hours, and while so much has changed since September 11th, 2001, America still mourns the massive losses suffered by so many folks.
On this day of remembrance, some of our favorite celebrities are taking to Twitter to share some love. See what they had to say below.
She recently hosted the VH1 Do Something Awards on July 31, and now Sophia Bush is dishing on her community service efforts.
During a recent Q&A session with ELLE magazine, the former "One Tree Hill" star dished about becoming a spokesperson for Give With Target and her reaction to meeting the first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama.
Stepping out to support those who strive to make a difference in the world, Sophia Bush attended the Founders Party for the Invisible Children's 4th Estate Leadership Summit at Royce Hall, UCLA on Saturday (August 10).
The "One Tree Hill" star looked cute in a black sleeveless top and red patterned skirt with black ankle boots as she posed for photos outside.
After over sixteen hours of deliberations, the six-woman jury reached a verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman on Saturday (July 13). Reactions on Twitter poured in as many celebs expressed their support for Trayvon Martin.
Upset with the outcome, John Legend tweeted, "My heart hurts," while Rihanna posted, "This is the saddest news ever!!! #whatsjustice #pray4theMartinFamily."
Stepping out for the most glamorous night in D.C., Claire Danes, Elizabeth Banks, and Sophia Bush attended the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton on Saturday (April 27).
The "Homeland" star chose a pretty light blue dress with sparkling straps that went all the way down the skirt while the "Pitch Perfect" beauty opted for a sleeveless orange gown with a black clutch. Meanwhile, the "One Tree Hill" actress chose a cream-colored Lela Rose sleeveless dress with floral decoration on the top and a long train.