Washington, D.C., Nov 23: Actor Jared Leto and Celine Dion recently paid an emotional tribute to the victims of Paris attacks at 2015 American Music Awards. In his touching tribute, the 43-year-old singer said, earlier this year he and his band had played an impromptu show called ‘The Bataclan’ in Paris and it was beautiful and peaceful, adding “What a difference a day makes. Seven months later, on the evening of November 13th, 2015, that same venue was under siege,” E! Online reports.(Read: Nirvana fans slam Justin Bieber for ruining band’s legacy)
The ‘Suicide Squad’ actor continued, “Tonight, we honor the victims of the unimaginable violence that has taken place in Paris and around the world, “France matters. Russia matters, Syria matters, Mali matters, the United States matters. The entire world matters and peace is possible.” Notably, Dion also gave her performance of “Hymne a L’Amour” in honor of the tragic events in Paris.