Louis C.K. on Wednesday night added his voice to the chorus of comedians standing in support of Charlie Hebdo, donning a homemade T-shirt for his show at Madison Square Garden just hours after terrorists stormed the office of the satirical newspaper in Paris and killed 12 people.
In a departure from his typical outfit of jeans and a black T-shirt, the stand-up comedian instead donned a red shirt with big, apparently handwritten block letters spelling out "CHARLIE HEBDO."
— Ryan Gajewski (@_RyanGajewski) January 8, 2015
— Brow Beat (@browbeat) January 8, 2015
For more comedians' reactions to Wednesday's tragedy, visit our roundup, here.