Lady Gaga and other music stars express their support for the Time's Up movement by donning white roses on the 2018 Grammy Awards red carpet.
The fashion-forward singer makes a statement with her attire along with a slew of male and female personalities who wore symbolic white roses on the red carpet of the biggest music event of the year.
Ahead of the prestigious music awards show, a group called Voices in Entertainment penned a letter calling on the industry members to wear white roses to the event. The goal is to express solidarity with the Time's Up and #MeToo movements and help raise awareness against sexual harassment and gender inequality in workplaces all across the world.
"White roses were chosen because they are symbolic of 'hope, peace, sympathy and resistance,'" the letter explains.
Music icon Lady Gaga leads the pack with a white rose on her shoulder in clear support of the movement. The singer had the rose on her right shoulder as a striking accent against black lace from head to toe and a dramatic ball skirt trailing behind her. Black platform boots and her blond hair tied in a fishbraid completed her Grammys look.
Host of the show James Corden also walked the red carpet with a white rose to represent the movement sweeping through the entertainment industry.
Sam Smith, Anna Kendrick, Pink, Ne-Yo, The Chainsmokers, Zayn Malik, Khalid, Alessia Cara, Rita Ora, Reba McEntire, Nick Jonas, and more also pinned white roses to their clothing in solidarity.
Lana Del Rey, whose Lust For Life album is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album, opted to wear her rose as a corsage. Fellow nominees for various categories Julia Michaels and Ledisi did the same.
Kelly Clarkson hits it out of the park in the fashion department in a sophisticated black caped gown with golden rose details. She held a white stemmed rose in her hand as part of the movement. Camila Cabello, Miley Cyrus, Khalid, Cardi B, and Eve also clasped white roses during the event. Sarah Silverman carried hers in her mouth.
Meanwhile, Diane Warren chose to express her support in another way, wearing white gloves with the word "Girl" on her one hand and "Power" on the other.
"I didn't want to wear the rose," Warren says. "I'm a rebel."