Oprah Winfrey invoked the civil rights movement and the suffering of countless ordinary women at the hands of male abusers as she used a rousing speech at the Golden Globes to issue a rallying call against injustice.
With the #MeToo movement sill stirring, #TimesUp seems to take the reigns and continues to highlight the importance of drawing change concerning sexual harassment. Both McGowan and Argento admitted that their invitations to the high profile awards show might have gotten lost. But this time, the notion has gone viral, and some feel the time is right. "That's not what this moment is about".
The reactions on social media nearly as powerful as Oprah's speech.
"People are aware now of a power imbalance". She said, "Do you think I'll be that successful?' I said 'Lady, you're going to cost me a lot of money but you are going to shoot the lights out, '" said Swanson.
I really don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't watched it yet, but her speech was ... let's just say it will go down as one of the best speeches in history.
Blanca Blanco however raised a few eyebrows when she shunned the silent protest to wear a striking red dress that stood out.
If she does indeed enter the fray, Winfrey could enter a Democratic field that potentially includes at least two New Yorkers: Gov. Andrew Cuomo and U.S. Sen.
And, considering Oprah's whole speech was pretty much a jab at the patriarchy, we understand people's overall confusion.
Many other empowering voices took the stage, all in black.
Even after ending her daily talk show, her influence on popular culture remains strong.
With that being said, I deem 2018 the year of the woman. You are so fearless and hopefully, shows like this, more will be made, so people out there who are feeling silenced by harassment, discrimination, abuse... time is up.
As always, if you have questions or comments about Hollywood's latest, reach out to us on Twitter. "Each of us in this room are celebrated because of the stories that we tell, and this year we became the story".
It was a blackout on the red carpet this year except for a few courageous celebs who chose to wear a different colour.
In short, unbelievable women said awesome things.
Later, Meyers finally came to Spacey by talking about director Ridley Scott's decision to pull him from the movie "All the Money in the World" after his sexual misconduct claims surfaced. There were, as it turns out, a select few who didn't participate, and we've compiled a list of these individuals.