Oprah Winfrey made history at the Golden Globes in more ways than one. Winfrey delivered an incredible speech where she predicted a time when women won’t have to say “Me too” ever again. The actress became the first black woman — and the 15th woman overall — to be honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
Actress Mandy Moore lines up to sign the 75th Golden Globes Anniversary board, the This Is Us star expressed solidarity with the Time’s Up movement by wearing a black gown.
Nicole Kidman congratulates Reese Witherspoon and Zoë Kravitz with fellow cast member, Shailene Woodley ready for an interview following their win for Best Miniseries or TV Film.
Reese Witherspoon and Zoë Kravitz race behind the scenes ready for their photos following their win.
Game of Thrones stars Kit Harrington and Emilia Clarke pose for a photo backstage.
Diane Kruger stuns on the red carpet in an embellished black Prada dress, supporting the #TimesUp movement, standing up against sexual harassment and sexual assault and to promote equality.
On the red carpet, signing autographs, Heidi Klum was also supporting the #TimesUp movement, in a black strapless feather and sequin gown.
Viola Davis was strong on the red carpet standing up for women in need. “There’s no prerequisites to worthiness,” the actress said. “You’re born worthy, and I think that’s a message a lot of women need to hear. The women who are still in silence because of trauma, shame, due to the assault ― they need to understand that it’s not their fault and they’re not dirty.”