Cecily Strong opened Saturday Night Live
with a note of solidarity with France after the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris a day earlier.
In the thirty-five second open, Strong spoke in both English and French. "Paris is the City of Light, and here in New York City we know that light will never go out," she said.
To see more on the reactions after the gruesome Paris attacks, scroll through the gallery below:
Celebrities reactions to Paris terrorism
Thinking of everyone in Paris.
Had a great first show but just heard about what happened in Paris. Thoughts and prayers with everyone #PrayForParis
Thoughts and prayers are with you Paris.
please stay safe, my loves. you're in my heart. 💘
Just landed in Paris amidst all the confusion, bombings and attacks. It's horrible
Guys, it's time to #PrayForParis right now.
Paris we are sending you our love. we are heartbroken
Pray for people in Paris 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿
Just heard about Paris, praying for you all right now ❤️❤️
Heartbroken for you, Paris. Praying for your safety right now.
Thoughts and prayers and love are with people in Paris tonight. Sad and horrifying news. Eternal confusion.
I am so shocked and saddened by tonight's attacks. I pray for understanding and change. Wow. Just Devastating. #PrayForParis
the world just lost peace its a scary place and it's hard to take I really hope everybody is ok pray for France
Thoughts + prayers to friends / family in Paris and everyone at Le Bataclan - a venue we played recently. A senseless and horrible tragedy.
#prayforparis https://t.co/DMTe7FDZ3e https://t.co/J2Es2MS89T
#prayforparis 💔 https://t.co/VStAEmY9m8
praying for paris #vivelafrance
My heart is broken 4 all the families in Paris whose loved ones will never return home #prayforparis 📷:@jean_jullien https://t.co/RDZq5CPDG1
My Twitter page asks: What's happening? The tragedy today in #Paris the world is left wondering the same, what's happening? Pray for peace.
Peace for Paris https://t.co/jAONbJGtEd
#Paris tragedy. Heartbreak in a city we have come to love. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families
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