#TimesUp: This is Why Celebrities Wore Black to the Golden Globes

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"I see how hard these women are working to unite people of various backgrounds and to institute real, lasting change, and I am so proud of what they have and will accomplish", she continued.

"I am wearing black to, to thank and honor all of the fearless whistle blowers who came forward, shared their stories of harassment, assault".

In an Instagram post on Sunday before the Golden Globes, her daughter, Ava Phillippe, shared a heartfelt message about her mom's work. If you're going to purposely choose to make a fashion statement that you know will be severely scrutinized, you might want to have a better answer than "I just love red".

Since its launch, Time's Up has reportedly raised more than $16 million for a legal defence fund, which is set to help people who have experienced workplace harassment. "With my date @ashley_juddheading to the #GoldenGlobes, as usual we are kind of tardy, even though #TimesUp", the 51-year-old wrote. United States women should shine, be colorful and sparkle. In my opinion this symbolizes our freedom and our new strength.

The actress is one of hundreds of prominent women in the entertainment industry involved in Time's Up, an initiative that was created in the wake of the sexual assault and harassment allegations which have emerged in recent months. "And discrimination I'm wearing black to, to stand in solidarity with my sisters all over the globe".

Emma Stone also joined the movement in a black gown while Steve Carell wore a Time's Up pin.

Also not in black was Meher Tatna, the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.