So Many Celebs Are Showing Their Support For Ukraine On The Oscars Red Carpet

They stand with refugees.

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Celebrities on the Oscars 2022 red carpet didn’t just wow with their fashion; some sent an important message. More than a handful of stars showed their support for Ukrainian refugees with blue ribbons and accessories in the colors of the Ukrainian flag.


Benedict Cumberbatch, who’s nominated for the best actor award for his role in The Power of the Dog, donned a pin on his tuxedo lapel in support of Ukrainian refugees. He has spoken out in support of Ukrainian people before, so it wasn’t too surprising to see him continue his advocacy on the red carpet.

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Aquaman’s Jason Momoa opted to show his support for Ukraine through the colors of his pocket square. The silk yellow and blue kerchief echoes the colors and design of the Ukrainian flag.

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Jamie Lee Curtis showed her support for Ukrainian refugees by wearing a blue ribbon wrapped around one of her fingers. “The ribbon is about the refugee crisis,” the Halloween actor shared with AP News.

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Tyler Perry also wore a support ribbon. In his case, the colors were similar to those of the Ukrainian flag.

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Youn Yuh-jung, who won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Minari in 2021, pinned a blue ribbon to her shoulder in support of the Ukrainian refugees.

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Alberto Iglesias, a composer nominated for best original score for his work on Parallel Mothers, wore a ribbon pinned to his lapel as a way to show his support for the Ukrainian people.


Songwriter Diane Warren also expressed her support with a ribbon pinned to her lapel. Like Curtis’ ribbon, Warren’s blue ribbon read “#withrefugees.”

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