Justin Timberlake gives Jessica Biel piggyback ride to Globes after-party

Justin Timberlake gives Jessica Biel piggyback ride to Globes after-party

This is not the first time Dylan Farrow has addressed Cate Blanchett - when the Australian actress was campaigning for an Academy Award for her performance in Blue Jasmine, Allen's daughter wrote her a letter saying "what it if had been your child?"

Ellen Pompeo, of Grey's Anatomy fame, is calling out Hollywood director Woody Allen for, among other things, his reported obsession with teenage girls. This is because of his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow's claim of sexual abuse against him in 1992, when she was seven.

Directed by Allen, Wonder Wheel featured Kate Winslet, Justin Timberlake and Juno Temple in key roles.

"I fully support women taking a stand, linking arms with other women (and men), advocating on behalf of one another to effect change not only in the entertainment industry but in the world at large", Farrow said about Time's Up in a statement to BuzzFeed News. "That is an admirable and worthwhile objective, I hope these women change the world", Farrow said.

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Globes watchers lambasted the singer for his "performative" wearing of the Time's Up pin, and called him out for wearing it while still promoting his work with Allen. "That said, the people who join this movement without taking any kind of personal accountability for the ways in which their own words and decisions have helped to perpetuate the culture they are fighting against, that's hard for me to reconcile". It's very risky to factor in things you don't know anything about.

The majority of Hollywood's elite wore black to the Golden Globes ceremony on Monday, 8 January in support of the Time's Up initiative, aimed at supporting the women who are bringing forward sexual harassment claims in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. "And my experience with Woody is he's empowering to women".

When Lively Tweeted that she is "honoured" to be part of the movement, Farrow responded: "You worked with my abuser - am I a woman that matters too?"

The photo faced backlash from many social media users who saw the caption and the gesture as hypocritical behavior from the singer and actor who recently starred in Allen's latest film, Wonder Wheel.

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