Our hearts are heavy today.
We can't believe it has been 12 years today since the traumatic September 11th terrorist attacks.
All Americans, including celebrities, will never forget the tragic events that took thousands of lives.
Stars like Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lopez and Sofia Vergara have taken a moment to air their grievances reflect and pay tribute to those fallen with their Twitter followers.
See what they had to say on this very moving day…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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Tuesday's incident was a prime example of the less-than-stellar safety practices of the paparazzi, but Chris Guerra was a human and a loved one before anything else.
And even though he shouldn't have been putting himself — or others for that matter — in danger, his memory shouldn't be heavily tarnished with the collective opinion of the general paparazzi.
Before being struck by another car in pursuit of the perfect Justin Bieber photo, Chris was a "sweet, cool guy" according to one of his fellow shutterbugs. The 29-year-old was always nice to the celebrities, he says, continuing with:
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Barbara Walters was very fortunate to be friendly with Elizabeth Taylor in her lifetime and as a close friend, she appeared on Good Morning America to talk about the passing of the legend.
She took time out to reflect on the many interviews the two shared over the years, but also to share that she had been in contact with Elizabeth not too long before her death today and she was convinced that "she might make it."
We truly wish she had. So sad.
Check out the video (above) to watch some of the more poignant moments Barbara shared with Elizabeth.
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It's hard to believe, but a year ago today, the world lost a wonderful man, actor and humanitarian. Patrick Swayze was a lot of things to a lot of people, but to his wife, Lisa Niemi, he was simply the love of her life.
On the anniversary of his passing, Lisa is remembering her husband in her own way - by launching a new awareness program as the new spokeswoman for Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Lisa's campaign, called Be a Hero in the Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer: Know it. Fight it. End it, will feature videos and messages of hope from Lisa in hopes of finding a cure and reaching out to those who are suffering.
But Lisa also has plans to commemorate the day in a more personal way. Lisa told sources that she is looking into picking out the "most beautiful tree ever" and planting it in an "extraordinary spot" at the couples ranch just North of Los Angeles. She confesses she spends a lot of time at the ranch these days and admits that she still feels Patrick's presence. She says:
"I do sense his presence, and I like that. Just because he's gone now doesn't mean that love doesn't go on."
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