The Celebs Who Turned The Red Carpet Black With Solidarity (Updated)

Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things

At tonight’s Golden Globes, black attire was the preferred dress. As a statement of resistance and/or a show of support for what is being called a movement, celebrities chose to wear all black and are posting photos and statements on social media tagged with #TIMESUP and #whyiwearblack.

Celebrities in Black at the 2018 Golden Globes

Fed up with everything from non-equitable pay to abuse, women -and men- at the 75th Golden Globes Award Ceremony used fashion as a way to show that they will no longer put up with tolerating the discrimination of women and all other marginalized people. Good thing they chose black, everyone looks great in black.

Pins stating “TIME’S UP” were seen on many a lapel. Those are now available for pre-order here.

Here are several of the celebrities in black at the 2018 Golden Globes.

America Ferrera and Natalie Portman
Salma Hayak and Ashley Judd
Margot Robbie
Angelina Jolie
Nicole Kidman
Kate Hudson
Laura Dern
Saoirse Ronan
Eva Longoria, Sharon Stone, Geena Davis and Reese Witherspoon
Penelope Cruz
Elisabeth Moss
Millie Bobby Brown
Katherine Langford
Tracee Ellis Ross
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
Caitriona Balfe
Claire Foy and Matthew Smith
Winona Ryder
Diane Kruger
Hallee Barry
Sarah Jessica Parker
Dakota Jackson
Dakota Johnson (backside)
Alison Williams
The cast of Stranger Things
Catherine Zeta Jones
Giuliana Rancic
Chrissy Metz
Heidi Klum
Mandy Moore
Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones and and Saru Jayaraman
Kerry Washington
Debra Messing
Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington
Frances McDormand
The Rock and Gail Gadot
Octavia Spencer
Mary J. Blige
Madeline Brewer
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Sarah Paulson
Kendall Jenner
Kelly Clarkson
Susan Kelechi
Alexis Bledel
Issa Rae
Actress Michelle Williams and Tarana Burke, founder of #MeToo
Meryl Streep with National Domestic Worker’s Alliance Director Ai-jen Poo
Meryl Streep, Ai-jen Poo, Michelle Williams and #MeToo founder #taranaburke
Gayle King, Oprah and Ava DuVernay
Oprah is the first Black American female to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award