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Celebrities Wear White Roses At Grammy Award for #MeToo and Time’s Up

Updated On 28 Jan, 2018 Published On

The red carpet at the Grammy Award event was a field of roses on Sunday, as artists carried and sported the flower in solidarity with the #MeToo anti-sexual-harassment movement.

Lady Gaga pinned her white rose on a black lace top that she donned over leggings. She chose a full skirt and train along with signature platform boots to complete her look.

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Celebrities Wear White Roses At Grammy Award for #MeToo and Time’s Up

Celebrities Wear White Roses At Grammy Award for #MeToo and Time’s Up

Source: eonline

Meanwhile, break-out hip-hop singer Cardi B, whose Bodak Yellow track made her the first solo female rapper to top the Billboard Hot 100 in 19 years, showed her support for the women’s movement by carrying a rose in her hand as she wore an elaborate white lace dress along with wide hips and shoulders that evoked angel wings.

Singer Rita Ora’s rose made for a splash of white adorning the shoulder of her long black gown, whereas songstress Camila Cabello held her rose in a scarlet dress.

Singer Janelle Monáe sported a black tuxedo embroidered with flowers and topped off with a small, white rose pin and a “Times Up” button.