Lifestyle Style Stars Wear Time's Up x2 Bracelets at 2019 Golden Globe Awards to Fight Sexual Harassment Stars are wearing Time's Up X2 bracelets and ribbons at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards in support of the movement to fight sexual harassment By Julie Mazziotta Julie Mazziotta Twitter Julie Mazziotta is the Sports Editor at PEOPLE, covering everything from the NFL to tennis to Simone Biles and Tom Brady. She was previously an Associate Editor for the Health vertical for six years, and prior to joining PEOPLE worked at Health Magazine. When not covering professional athletes, Julie spends her time as a (very) amateur athlete, training for marathons, long bike trips and hikes. People Editorial Guidelines Published on January 6, 2019 07:27 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Trae Patton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank; Inset: Kevork Djansezian/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank One year after its launch, the Time’s Up movement is back at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards. And to show their continued support for the sexual harassment prevention initiative, several stars donned ribbons and bracelets inscribed with “Time’s Up x2” on the red carpet. PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man Alive Idris Elba was spotted wearing one of the bracelets, along with Julianne Moore and Golden Globes cohost Andy Samberg. Can’t get enough of the Globes? Check out our full Golden Globes coverage for the latest news, fashion and more. A group of Hollywood A-listers, including Reese Witherspoon, Natalie Portman and Tracee Ellis Ross, launched the Time’s Up movement on the first day of 2018 after a string of accusations of sexual assault against several influential men — most notably Harvey Weinstein — in the film industry. As part of the movement, the group created the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund to provide monetary support to people of any industry who are waging a lawsuit after experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace. According to Time’s Up, they’ve helped over 3,400 women and men since their launch, two-thirds of which are low-income workers. RELATED VIDEO: 2019 Golden Globe Nominations Full List: Lady Gaga Scores for A Star Is Born “We have been siloed off from each other,” Witherspoon told the New York Times after the group’s launch. “We’re finally hearing each other, and seeing each other, and now locking arms in solidarity with each other, and in solidarity for every woman who doesn’t feel seen, to be finally heard.” At the 2018 Golden Globes five days after the group launched, nearly all of the attendees wore black, along with bracelets and pins emblazoned with “Time’s Up” to make a statement against the epidemic of sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and beyond. While the stars returned to their usual colorful gowns for the 2019 show, the Time’s Up support appears to be going strong.