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Golden Globe Awards 2018: Hollywood actresses wear ‘Black’ at red carpet to stand against sexual harassment

Emma Stone, Angelina Jolie, Gal Gadot wore black at Golden Globe Awards 2018 to protest against sexual harassment.

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Updated: January 08, 2018 11:26 IST ]
  • Usually, on red carpet, we see a plethora of colours and blend of different hues. But this year at the 75th Golden Globe Awards, the A-listers of Hollywood chose to dodge colours at the gala event. They wore black to express their condemnation of sexual harassment in showbiz and other industries. In short, the 75th Golden Globe Awards was a complete ‘blackout’!
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    Usually, on red carpet, we see a plethora of colours and blend of different hues. But this year at the 75th Golden Globe Awards, the A-listers of Hollywood chose to dodge colours at the gala event. They wore black to express their condemnation of sexual harassment in showbiz and other industries. In short, the 75th Golden Globe Awards was a complete ‘blackout’!

  • Most of the celebs, like Emma Stone, Jessica Biel, Mariah Carey, Diane Kruger, walked the ramp in all black to be a part of the protest against the sexual harassment in showbiz and other industries, brought to light by the downfall of shamed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
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    Most of the celebs, like Emma Stone, Jessica Biel, Mariah Carey, Diane Kruger, walked the ramp in all black to be a part of the protest against the sexual harassment in showbiz and other industries, brought to light by the downfall of shamed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

  • Emma Stone wore a black Louis Vuitton gown to express condemnation of sexual harassment at workplace
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    Emma Stone wore a black Louis Vuitton gown to express condemnation of sexual harassment at workplace

  • Gal Gadot arrived in a Tomford black dress at Golden Globe Awards 2018
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    Gal Gadot arrived in a Tomford black dress at Golden Globe Awards 2018

  • This year, actresses walked the red carpet in a black dress spearheading the TimesUp movement
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    This year, actresses walked the red carpet in a black dress spearheading the TimesUp movement

  • The actresses' black dresses prompted the question 'Why are you wearing black' instead of 'Who are you wearing'.
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    The actresses' black dresses prompted the question 'Why are you wearing black' instead of 'Who are you wearing'.

  • The colour black was chosen as a way for the movie and TV industry to make a statement against a pervasive culture of misconduct.
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    The colour black was chosen as a way for the movie and TV industry to make a statement against a pervasive culture of misconduct.

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