Who Didn't Wear Black to the Golden Globes?

  • Who Didn't Wear Black to the Golden Globes?

Who Didn't Wear Black to the Golden Globes?

Entertainment while on its red carpet show over not paying ex-host Catt Sadler equally to her male co-host. "We want intersectional gender parity, we want equal pay", Messing said. So we stand with her.

And Reese Witherspoon - who is one of the actresses who have taken the Time's Up protest under her wing - encouraged not just celebrities, but viewers at home to also wear black in support of Hollywood's anti-sexual harassment movement.

She continued her lengthy message: 'post pics and videos wearing black tomorrow with the hashtags #TimesUp and #WhyWeWearBlack, and tell us why you wear black and we'll share!'

While being interviewed by Ryan Seacrest, Longoria, Kidman, and Witherspoon bantered jovially about the former Desperate Housewives actress joining the second season of Big Little Lies.

Several other actions have been outlined by the organization, including the establishment of a legal fund that will "subsidize legal support for individuals who have experienced sexual harassment or related retaliation in the workplace". She also spoke up in solidarity with Catt Sadler saying "Times up". Here's hoping that they've taken a few of our suggestions for the kinds of questions we hope to hear on the red carpet tonight.

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