The Golden Globes 2018 sees Hollywood women Meryl Streep, Kelly Clarkson and others dressing in black for the award show to both protest against sexual harassment and support victims of abuse.
While the red carpet at the event is normally lined with bright colours from the film stars, this year is seeing a massive change as the stars take a stand.
It appears male celebrities are joining the campaign as they use their place on the red carpet to share their support for the cause.
While female stars lead the red carpet in black ensembles, some men have also showed their support with a small outfit detail – a small badge.
The badge which can be seen on the suits of stars such as Justin Timberlake and the Stranger Things boys Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin, reads ‘Time’s Up’.
Justin Timberlake showed his support with a Twitter snap with his wife Jessica Biel.
The cast of Stranger Things arrive in Beverly Hills for the Golden Globe Awards – although Geten Matarazzo opts for a navy suit instead of black [Getty]
The pair posed together as the singer showed off her badge with the caption: “Here we come!! And DAMN, my wife is hot! #TIMESUP #whywewearblack.”
However, Justin was not the only male rocking the badge with stars Daniel Kaluuya and Jason Ralph also joining.
The stand comes after a shocking number of women, from Cara Delevingne to Kate Beckinsale, came forward alleging film producer Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted them, it kickstarted a wave of men and women ‘outing’ sexual predators within the industry.
Find more information about the movement here.