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Golden Globe Awards 2018: Priyanka Chopra Declares Her Support To Time's Up Campaign

Golden Globe Awards 2018: Priyanka Chopra Declares Her Support To Time's Up Campaign

Turning the Globes dark on the fashion front had been anticipated for days after a call for massive reform following the downfall of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and numerous others accused of sexual misconduct in Hollywood, media, fashion, tech, publishing and other industries

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The 75th edition of prestigious Golden Globe Awards has been dyed dark with celebrities opting for black coloured outfits in the wake of recent sex scandals in Hollywood and to extend support to the anti-harassment campaign Time's Up.

The actor, who is currently occupied with the shoot of Quantico, couldn't make it to the event but took to Instagram to declare her support to the ongoing red-carpet movement. Hours before the much-anticipated event, Priyanka took to Instagram to share a photo of her dressed in black. She captioned the image as, "Today we wear black. Wherever you are, whoever you are, whatever you’re doing...join us #TimesUp #WhyWeWearBlack."

The highly anticipated wear-black protest at the Golden Globes took off Sunday as soon as the red carpet opened, including A-listers Meryl Streep in a deep V-cut gown and Michelle Williams in an embellished off-the-shoulder look with "Me Too" founder Tarana Burke at her side.

Streep, accompanied by domestic violence advocate Ai-jen Poo, said she chose black to stand in solidarity with others trying to right the power imbalance that leads to sexual abuse.

"We want to fix that and we feel sort of emboldened in this particular moment to stand together in a thick black line," Streep told the black-clad Ryan Seacrest on the carpet in Beverly Hills, California.

Turning the Globes dark on the fashion front had been anticipated for days after a call for massive reform following the downfall of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and numerous others accused of sexual misconduct in Hollywood, media, fashion, tech, publishing and other industries. The new initiative Time's Up, backed by more than 300 women in Hollywood, doled out pins intended in part for those who might already have locked in more colourful looks.

(With Inputs from AP)

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