As a rule, such ceremonies are full of glamor; the stars on the red carpet are dressed up with the best designer clothes. However, this year, for the first time, most people put on one color. Actors, writers and directors agreed to wear black clothes as a protest against sexual harassment. Back in December, show business stars reported that women plan to wear only black for the award. Most men also supported this idea.
Stylist Christina Ehrlich told that she would join this act and dress in black Penelope Cruz, Greta Gervin and Laura Dern. More than 300 women on the red carpet joined the new movement Time'sUp. Among them are Angelina Jolie, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Kendall Jenner, Emma Stone, Jessica Chestane, Meryl Streep, Sirsha Ronan, Reese Witherspoon, Natalie Portman, Emma Watson. The movement against harassment was also supported by Ewan McGregor, Aziz Ansari, Robert Pattinson, Gary Oldman, who came to the ceremony with badges Time's Up. And actor Chris Sullivan in support of the action painted his nails on his hands in black.
The most memorable moment of the ceremony was the speech of the leading Oprah Winfrey. She said: "l know for sure that telling the truth is the most powerful tool we have. Today, l want to express my gratitude to all women who have experienced years of harsh treatment and violence, because they, like my mother, had children who need to be fed, and bills to be paid for, and dreams that need to be embodied. They are women whose names we will never know. They work at home and on farms. They work in factories, in restaurants, they are academicians, engineers, physicians and scientists. They work in the world of technology, politics and They are our athletes at the Olympics and our soldiers in the army."
No doubt, Golden Globe 2018 became a sensation in the world of show business, which will be discussed for a long time.