Seth Meyers: Don’t Give Guys Credit Score For Black Tuxes At Globes

Many stars are anticipated to put on all black to the Golden Globes to protest sexual misconduct in Hollywood — however host Seth Meyers made it clear males shouldn’t be praised for merely sporting what they all the time do.

“I feel it’s necessary that no man tries to take credit score for sporting a black tuxedo,” Meyers advised Us Weekly.

Quite a few high-profile actresses and actors — together with Allison Janney, Saoirse Ronan and Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson — have confirmed they plan to put on black to the awards ceremony in a present of solidarity in opposition to sexual harassment and assault.

Meyers mentioned he’ll even be sporting black, however added to Us Weekly, “I’m not like, ‘Hey, I would like credit score.’ You already know what I imply?”

Meryl Streep, Emma Stone and Jessica Chastain are among the many different stars anticipated to put on black at Sunday’s present, Folks reported final month.

Meyers mentioned he’s excited to see so many highly effective girls come collectively to take a stand.

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“The solidarity we’re seeing proper now’s actually thrilling as a result of though this was a remarkably dangerous yr in what we heard, there’s additionally this actual likelihood and I really feel like alternative for optimism going ahead, particularly whenever you see … these actually sensible, actually empathetic girls are coming collectively as one,” he advised the journal.

His feedback are available in the identical week he hinted Hollywood’s sexual misconduct issues might be lined in his opening monologue.

“So far as speaking about something within the information proper now, it looks as if this yr greater than ever Hollywood has its personal inside politics that clearly need to be talked about,” he advised Folks.

This Sunday’s present marks the primary time Meyers has ever hosted the Golden Globes, which air on the identical community as his late-night NBC present.

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