Conchita Wurst and George Clooney were among the many celebrities who showed support for Paris attack victims during Sunday's Golden Globes.

Eurovision 2014 winner Wurst, known as the bearded drag queen, showed support with a small “Je Suis Charlie” sticker affixed to her forest green gown.

“It's important to show that we are a unity of artists,” Wurst told the AFP. “We are a unity of people who are allowed to express ourselves without being scared.”

“I think especially the Golden Globes or the Oscars are such important events show the world that there's this power of entertainment and there is a freedom of expression,” the Austrian singer said.

Clooney also wore a similar badge on his tuxedo.

Producer Roy Conli (Big Hero 6) and composer Alexander Desplat held signs which read “Je Suis Charlie.”

(Related: Conchita Wurst to co-host Eurovision 2015.)