When Hollywood decided to show solidarity and stand by its womenfolk we were all up for it. When we heard they are doing it in style, dressed in all black we were excited!
These A-listers showed they are made of more than just stardust… substance also, when they opted for black ensembles standing by the #MeToo movement; a movement against sexual abuse that plagued Hollywood last year. Here’s to standing by Oprah Winfrey like she said, “Let’s hope nobody has to say #MeToo again”.
A visibly teary-eyed Reese presented the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award to Oprah Winfrey that night.
Empowerment was the writing on the wall with Emma Stone accompanying Billie Jean King as her plus one for the eve.
Some celebs added a splash of colour to show solidarity in style!
Kidman won the first award of the night, ‘Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Television movie’ for her role as a victim of domestic violence in Big Little Lies. She dedicated her win to her castmates, daughters, and mother, saying: “Wow, the power of women.”
Joined together in black these ladies shone on the red carpet.
Singers stood by Black too with Mariah Carey topping the list in this gorgeous coal gown.
Men at the Golden globes donned black suits too with some of them wearing the ‘Time’s Up’ pin to show they are with their fellow stars on this one.