Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Stars showed up last night (in their LBDs) to stand in solidarity with Time’s Up – Hollywood’s new initiative to get victims of sexual harassment in low-income jobs legal help, and push anti-harassment legislation.

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

I personally felt like black was the wrong color choice as I view the shade for mourning rather than the celebration of sisterhood that our voices are. Like why not pink or yellow or the color of the year – ultra violet?! When Brad Goreski asked a Time’s Up rep about the color choice, the reasoning was “because everyone has something black in their closet.”

I also felt really bad for all the stylists and designers who busted their butts and didn’t receive any credit on the red carpet. E! took it upon themselves to ask “why you are wearing black?” rather than “who are you wearing?” Since the red carpet is ultimately “a PR exercise” built on a complex foundation of financial arrangements among actors and designers, this was a tricky situation, but I personally think both questions should – and could – have been asked.

Debra Messing and Eva Longoria called out E! over their gender pay gap while being interviewed by E! News.

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Seth Meyers did a great job finagling his way through the opening monologue with the perfect amount of humor. Natalie Portman announced the “all-male nominees.” Both Tommy Wiseau and Tonya Harding were in attendance. I hope they fall in love. Alison Brie wore the pants – literally.

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Golden Globes: Why are you wearing black?

Special shout-out to Greta Gerwig! After being snubbed in the Best Director category for her work on Lady Bird, the film took home both a Best Actress AND Best Picture win.

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