Lady Gaga and stars send support to Ukraine from SAG Awards_freckle removal edmonton

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  • Michael DouglasMichael DouglasAmerican actor and producer
  • Lady GagaLady GagaAmerican singer, songwriter, and actress
  • Brian CoxScottish actor
  • Andrew GarfieldAndrew GarfieldBritish-American actor
SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 27: Lady Gaga attends the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Barker Hangar on February 27, 2022 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Lady Gaga was among the stars voicing their support for Ukraine at the SAG Awards. (Getty Images)

Lady Gaga, Brian Cox and Michael Douglas were among the stars voicing their support for Ukraine as they celebrated film and television at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.

Michael Keaton, Andrew Garfield and Jessica Chastain were also among those to throw the spotlight to the war that is taking place following the Russian invasion, hailing the strength of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who is a former comedian and actor.

House of Gucci star Lady Gaga said on the red carpet: "This is a beautiful night where we all get to celebrate art together and celebrate each other. There's so much going on in the world and my heart goes out to Ukraine. I think tonight we should all really sit in the gratitude of this."

Michael Douglas, 77, pointed to a blue-and-yellow pocket square he wore to resemble the Ukrainian flag, and said: "This is not the LA Rams [football team].

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 27: Michael Douglas attends the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Barker Hangar on February 27, 2022 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
Michael Douglas wore a blue and yello pocket square in tribute to the Ukrainian flag. (Getty Images)

"If ever there was a time for us to appreciate what true democracy is, I'm just so proud of what these people of this country have done."

Successionstar Cox, 75, took the chance to pay tribute to the Ukraine as he accepted the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble award for the hit HBO show.

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He said: "This is a thing that's come to me about what's going on in the Ukraine. It's truly, truly awful, really, really awful what's happening. And it's particularly awful in terms of what is affecting the other people, particularly in our profession.

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"The thing that's really distressed me is what's happening in Russia to my fellow actors and actresses and performers, and critics.

"They are told under pain of high treason that they cannot say a word about Ukraine. And I think that is pretty awful.

"I think we should all stand together and also for those people in Russia who do not like what's going on, particularly the artists."

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