Chris Hemsworth leads men wearing all black at Golden Globes

Emma Shepherd

Celebrities at the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet have shown their support for the Times Up movement wearing all black- but it wasn't just the women who blacked out the glitzy event.

Star Chris Hemsworth arrived in all black to show his support for the movement.

Dapper actors Euan McGregor, Norman Reedus, Nick Jonas, Justin Timberlake, James Franco and Ansel Elgort all either wore all black sported the Time's Up lapel pin showing their support.

Actor Chris Hemsworth celebrates The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards with Moet & Chandon at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Source: Getty
Ewan McGregor arrives for the 75th Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2018, in Beverly Hills. Source: Getty
Norman Reedus celebrate The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards with Moet & Chandon at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Source: Getty

The Time's Up movement was created to stamp out sexism and sexual harassment in the workplace, not just in the entertainment industry but across the board.

Singer Nick Jonas celebrates The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards with Moet & Chandon at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Source: Getty
Singer Justin Timberlake arrives for the 75th Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2018, in Beverly Hills. Source: Getty

Reese Witherspoon asked costume designer and stylist Arianne Phillips in December to create the pins specifically for the awards show.

“Reese asked me to come to the actors’ group, and told me they were going to be wearing black and would I consider creating a pin for the nominees and male presenters,” Phillips told the Hollywood Reporter.

“We were up against the holidays," she added. "But I said I could do it.”

Actor Ansel Elgort arrives for the 75th Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2018, in Beverly Hills, wearing all black to show his support. Source: Getty
Jude Law also wore a pin. Photo: Getty
It was a blackout on the red carpet this year except for a few brave celebs who chose to wear a different colour. Source: Getty

Stars including Best Actress winner, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie and Angelina Jolie were among the many ladies who wore black to the event.

Blanca Blanco however raised a few eyebrows when she shunned the silent protest to wear a striking red dress that stood out.

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