LOOSE Women rowed today over actresses wearing black to the Golden Globes last night, with Jane Moore branding the silent protest “totally meaningless.”
As Hollywood’s leading ladies shunned bright colours to show solidarity amid the Harvey Weinstein sex abuse shock, Jane, 55, felt it was too little too late, after the suffering women across the world have endured.
ITV Loose Women’s Jane Moore labelled the black dress protest at the Golden Globes ‘totally meaningless’
She said: “All those actresses wearing a black dress, for me it’s totally meaningless, what does that even mean?
“Sexual harassment, sexual abuse of women has been going on for years and years and years. Saudi Arabia – everywhere. And suddenly they go, ‘Oh it’s happened in Hollywood, therefore it’s an issue and we’re all gonna virtue signal and wear a black frock to event.
“You’ve got to walk the walk.”
However fellow panellist Stacey Solomon disagreed and said it was about “choice”.
ITV While Jane accused actresses of only speaking out against sexual abuse now it was impacting their industry, Stacey Solomon said it was about ‘choice’
She hit back: “The whole point is that women have a choice and can stand up and do what they want to do.”
Jane isn’t alone in not seeing the value in the protest.
The red carpet and the afterparties were a sea of black outfits as stars took a stand against the sex abuse scandal
Rose McGowan has lashed out at the stars who wore black to the Golden Globes, accusing them of “Hollywood fakery” for failing to take a stand against the sex abuse claims sooner.
The Charmed star claims the famous females who united against the scandal “wouldn’t have lifted a finger” to help if she hadn’t gone public with allegations against Harvey Weinstein.
Rose McGowan has lashed out at the stars who wore black to the Golden Globes last night
She blasted the actresses in a scathing message on Twitter after actress Asia Argento, who was one of the women to speak out against Weinstein, sent her a supportive tweet.
Asia, 42, wrote: “No one should forget that you were the first one who broke the silence.
“Anyone who tries to diminish your work is a troll and an enemy of the movement. You gave me the courage to speak out. I am on your side until I die.”
Rose accused shamed movie producer Harvey Weinstein of attacking her
Rose then replied: “And not one of those fancy people wearing black to honor our rapes would have lifted a finger had it not been so.
“I have no time for Hollywood fakery, but you I love, .@AsiaArgento #RoseArmy.”
Stars including Reese Withersoon, Jennifer Aniston and Catherine Zeta Jones all wore black dresses at the prizegiving in Los Angeles last night.
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