Celebs Carry White Roses To The BRITs In Solidarity With Time's Up

Celebs Carry White Roses To The BRITs In Solidarity With Time's Up
Laura Bracken
Laura Bracken

22 Feb 2018

Those who have seen the red carpet snaps from the BRITs (you can see them here if not) would have noticed that almost all of the stars were wearing or carrying a white rose. 

Ed Sheeran, Cheryl and Dua Lipa were just some of the celebrities who took part, and there was a reason behind it. 

Last week, the organisers of the BRITs sent out messages to major record labels, asking if artists would carry or wear a red rose to the event on February 21st, as a 'symbol of solidarity' for the Time's Up movement. 

The white rose trend follows an all-black dress code which was adopted at the Golden Globes and the BAFTAs. 

The Time's Up movement was inspired by an open letter by Shonda Rhimes, Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep among many others. It's to raise awareness and to end to sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the entertainment industry.