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Cameron Diaz, Nicole Kidman and Penelope Cruz show support with Haiti awareness ribbons. Photos: AP | AFP/Getty Images | Michael Tran, FilmMagic.com

Aside from an umbrella, the trendiest accessory at last night's Golden Globes was a red, yellow and blue ribbon.

Worn as a tribute in "support of the people of Haiti," the tri-color ribbons were available in baskets at the entrance of the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., where the awards ceremony was held, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

From the look of things, celebrities were more than happy to pin the ribbons onto their glitzy gowns and designer tuxedos. Ladies spotted wearing the Haiti tribute included Cameron Diaz, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Mo'Nique and Helen Miren. While men such as Paul McCartney, Matt Damon, Jeff Bridges, Jon Hamm and Steve Carell happily adorned their lapels.

Many stars showed their support for Haitian earthquake relief in other ways: Winner Sandra Bullock told Ryan Seacrest during E!'s red carpet pre-show that she donated $1 million to Doctors Without Borders and "House" star Olivia Wilde, who already supports an orphanage and three schools in Haiti, told CNN that her Golden Globes Gucci dress and several others will be auctioned off with "100 percent of the money going to a local program in Haiti."

Meryl Streep
, Josh Brolin, Gerard Butler and Amy Pohler are among the stars donating their Golden Globe outfits to the Artists for Peace and Justice auction. According to the organization's Website, the auction will start early next week through eBay.

And see which supermodel made a super-sized donation to Haiti earthquake relief.

Meanwhile, you can help through the below resources:
Then make sure to tune into George Clooney's "Hope for Haiti" telethon.