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Golden Globes To Have An All-Black Trend

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The Golden Globes red carpet will be filled with black dresses this Sunday in an act of solidarity for the mission of anti-sexual harassment group Time's Up. The organization was formed after allegations against former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein came to light in October, followed by a host of allegations against several other prominent men in Hollywood. In addition to raising nearly $15 million for a legal defense fund, the group has encouraged celebrities to wear black to the Globes in a show of support.

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