The Golden Globes 2018 was unlike any award show as actors and actresses grouped together for the support of the Time’s Up movement.
Following the recent news coming out of Hollywood, stars have shown their support for sexual abuse victims by wearing black on the red carpet.
As well, a lot of stars have been sporting badges from the Time’s Up movement.
Justin Timberlake, Ewan McGregor and the actors from Stranger Things were among the male celebs rocking the pin with pride.
And following the immense support, the Time’s Up movement has seen an enormous demand for the pin, which can be pre-ordered.
Their site – where you can buy the pin for $ 12 – explains: “Please note that this is a pre-order. Due to overwhelming demand, please allow 4-6 weeks for this product to arrive.”
Actor Blanca Blanco arrives in a questionable red dress – despite the majority of stars wearing black as protest against sexual harassment in Hollywood [Getty]
Here’s everything you need to know about the movements celebrities supported at the award show, how you can support them and where you can buy the pins…
The Time’s Up movement has seen a massive amount of support already, having only been founded in 2018.
The website explains: “The clock has run out on sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace. It’s time to do something about it.”
You can donate to the movement as well as shop the Time’s Up products, including t-shirts, bags and the famous pin.
50:50 ERA – Equal Representation For Actresses
Claire Foy added the ERA 50:50 badge to her classic outfit for the Golden Globes.
The star is showing her support for the Equal Representation For Actresses.
The cause is campaigning for equal representation for women on UK stage and screen by 2020.
You can show your support for the cause by donating here, or buying the badge Claire wore on the red carpet here for £2.00.