"This is a moment of solidarity, not a fashion moment", pregnant Longoria told The New York Times.
"We were fighting for a long time for the freedom to wear what it is ok, to dress up a little more sexy", she wrote, as translated from German to English. According to Allure, on the red carpet she said, "Tonight is about women wearing the trousers, so I chose to literally wear the trousers".
As previously reported, after months of revelations about sexual misconduct and gender inequality in Hollywood, nearly all attendees at the 75th Golden Globes dressed in black. "Wearing red does not mean I am against the movement".
"It hurts my feelings, but I guess it's part of being in our industry", said Blanco. "The designer Atria Couture did an incredible job with my dress and I appreciate them for dressing me".
In response to the vitriol, Blanco proceeded to share her support for the Time's Up campaign, writing in a tweet: "The issue is bigger than my dress color#TIMESUP " before adding "shaming is part of the problem". In their Instagram Stories, Brie Larson and Rosario Dawson shared posts from supporters of the movement around the world.
Rose McGowan, who has accused disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape, was not impressed with the all-black ensembles worn for the red carpet.
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