The is also calling ‘Time’s Up’ on sexual harassment and inequality.
Just as the biggest names in film and television dressed in black at the , musicians across all genres stood in solidarity with the movement by incorporating white roses into their ensembles. First encouraged by a group called Voices in Entertainment, who to Grammy attendees, was chosen because “historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.”
in the protest included , , , , and more.
E! News spoke to a few of those recording artists in addition to Bebe Rexha and , where they shared what aspects of Time’s Up motivated them to get involved.
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The was first introduced at the start of 2018, and nearly $20 million has been raised to provide legal support to men and women who have experienced sexual harassment, abuse or assault in the workplace.
Press play on the video above to see some of your favorite celebrities explain in their own words why they’re supporting Time’s Up!
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