We're spotlighting the Hollywood duos who stood in solidarity with the Time's Up movement as a pair.
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Award shows, at their core, are all about support—support for excellence in entertainment and the talented people that make it happen. And on the red carpet, we get to witness how our favorite celebrity couples lift each other up. Even the most private of pairs tend to open up about their relationships, frequently citing their partners' love as their inspiration.
The 2018 Golden Globe Awards, however, was about a different type of support. Dressed in black, couples walked the carpet to support not just each other, but also the Time's Up movement, an effort to address sexual assault, harassment, and inequality in the workplace. The group, which was spearheaded by more than 300 women in Hollywood, created a legal defense fund to assist victims of sexual assault. Since its launch on January 1, the fund has raised more than $15 million. (To donate and learn more, go to www.timesupnow.com.)
While the Globes blackout was born out of Hollywood's dark history, the overwhelming response from actors and actresses was incredibly hopeful—and it ran so much deeper than their wardrobe choices.
Hand in hand, standing together in solidarity, these duos heralded in a new age in entertainment, one grounded in love and respect. Click through for a roundup of the most powerful celebrity couple moments from the 75th Golden Globe Awards' red carpet.
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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
The Big Little Lies star and country music artist are red carpet veterans, but they always seem to make their award show date nights fun and romantic.
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Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe
As in sync as ever, Brown and Bathe sported coordinating black suits. The This Is Us actor went for a velvet number, while his wife (and This Is Us costar!) went for a satin-lined interpretation.
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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
Both Timberlake and Biel hit the red carpet sporting Time's Up pins—the accessory of the night. Before arriving at the award show, the "Filthy" singer shared a selfie of him and his wife on Instagram, where he complimented his Golden Globe-nominated wife. "Here we come!" he wrote. "My wife is hot! #TIMESUP #whywewearblack"
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Justin Hartley and Chrishell Stause
Justin Hartley of This Is Us wore black alongside his wife, Chrishell Stause. The two tied the knot just a few months ago.
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Seth Meyers and Alexi Ashe
Meyers, the evening's host, hit the red carpet before taking the stage to kick off the awards. He and Ashe just announced that they're expecting their second child last month.
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Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef
These two are currently planning their spring nuptials, but they pressed pause to step out for an A-list date. On the red carpet, the singer and actor opened up about his family, stating he and Yosef want "four more pairs of twins."
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Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth
Toth supported Witherspoon on two fronts at the 2018 Golden Globes: First, for her spearheading role in the Time's Up movement, second for her Big Little Lies nomination.
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Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick
The Tour de Pharmacy star and The Closer actress held each other close on the red carpet.
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Viola Davis and Julius Tennon
The How to Get Away with Murder star—a major player in the Time's Up movement—matched her husband of 14 years in inky velvet.
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Eric McCormack and Janet Holden
McCormack and Holden have been married for over a decade, but they looked as in love as ever on the red carpet. The Will & Grace actor accessorized with a Time's Up pin.
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Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley
Longtime couple Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley matched in black for the event.
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Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers
Hammer, who stars in the hit movie Call Me by Your Name, attended the event with his wife, Elizabeth Chambers.
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Alison Brie and Dave Franco
Nominated for her performance in the Netflix show Glow, Brie walked the red carpet with her husband by her side. The couple tied the knot in a secret ceremony last March and are clearly still enjoying the honeymoon phase.
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Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb
The Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri actor stood by his partner of over a decade, Leslie Bibb.
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Gal Gadot and Yaron Versano
The Wonder Woman actress channeled her character by standing up for a good cause with her husband, Yaron Versano.
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Denzel Washington and Pauletta Washington
The Washingtons may have tied the knot back in 1983, but their red carpet game is obviously still strong.
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Hugh Jackman and Deborra-lee Furness
Last month, the Greatest Showman actor told People that he and Furness are still "madly in love" after 21 years of marriage. Take one look at these two on the red carpet for proof.
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Sean Hayes and Scott Icenogle
As always, husbands Sean Hayes and Scott Icenogle warmed our hearts with their adorable red carpet antics.