Citizen Rose preview during the E red-carpet show! “I have been slut-shamed, just like you.” Cannot WAIT.
“CAN I MEET YOU I’M SUCH A FAN.” Kelly Clarkson reacting to Meryl Streep is all of us. 😍
Kelly Clarkson gets just as starstruck seeing Meryl Streep as the rest of us would. Adorable. 😍 😍 😍
Debra Messing calls out E! about pay parity and Catt Sadler’s departure while doing an interview with E! Epic. Tonight is history in the making.
Sterling K. Brown: Golden Globe nominee AND amateur midwife. What can’t this man do?
Emma Watson, walking the carpet with Marai Larasi, executive director of black-feminist network Imkaan (UK), wants everyone—including viewers—to join in on timesup.
“It’s like feminism on feminism.” —Alison Brie on her co-star Meryl Streep playing Katharine Graham in The Post
About that Roseanne revival…
“We stand with you, Catt.” Eva Longoria to E!’s Ryan Seacrest. She joins Sarah Jessica Parker and Debra Messing in confronting E! about Catt Sadler’s departure over pay disparity.
“For the male nominees in the room, this is the first time in three months it won’t be terrifying to hear your name read out loud.” —Seth Meyers YEP. timesup
Verrrrrrry fine line on what’s funny and what’s not tonight. Seth Meyers has an incredibly tough job. I laughed at that hotel joke, but it looked like not everyone in the room did.
Is it making anybody else sad that the wine Amy Poehler reclaimed is clearly water? HAVE A GLASS OF WINE, AMY! 🍷🍷🍷
Can somebody please greenlight something for Viola Davis and Helen Mirren to star in together? Any project at all. 🔥🔥🔥
All of the women nominated for Best Actress are phenomenal. But it’s hard to deny the timeliness of Handmaid’s Tale—and Elisabeth Moss’ performance is one for the ages. Fierce fierce fierce.
Ahead of her win, Elisabeth Moss previewed the upcoming second season of The Handmaid’s Tale:
Sarah Jessica Parker is wearing a Planned Parenthood pin in addition to her Time’s Up pin.
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Other than one “stable genius” comment from Seth Meyers (and where is he???), Oprah’s acceptance speech is the closest we’ve come to any commentary on President Trump and the freedom of the press.