Salma Hayek Makes Bold Statement Saying #TimesUp at Golden Globes


Three weeks ago Salma Hayek opened up about the abuse she faced in the making of Frida by disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, in an op-ed titled, Harvey Weinstein is My Monster Too. Yesterday she graced the carpet with Ashley Judd, Eva Longoria, and Reese Witherspoon, founding members of the #TimesUp movement that helps provide legal aid for victims of sexual assault, harassment, and inequality in the workplace. 

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Nearly every attendee at the 75th Golden Globes wore black as a sign of solidarity towards the #MeToo movement that brought to light the reality of women facing sexual harassment across all industries.

Both Hayek and Judd, who have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, stood together hand in hand at the awards show in their beautiful black gowns. They shared a powerhouse video of themselves getting ready the night before.

While presenting the statuette, the Mexican actress claimed that "TIME IS UP" and with this past year's tainted men who faced repercussions for their misconduct it definitely feels like a cultural shift is occurring, where woman are reclaiming their rights. 

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The night was dominated by the response of the sexual misconduct allegations but the winners of the night were the strong women who stood in unity and are actively taking steps to end sexual harassment.

Watch her entire speech below!