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Golden Globes: Viewers Rip Red Carpet Hosts for Not Enough #MeToo and #TIMESUP Questions

“Facebook live feed hosts manage to interview Christopher Plummer without ever mentioning sexual harassment or Kevin Spacey,” tweets one user

Last Updated: January 25, 2018 @ 5:56 PM

The Golden Globes are in full swing with stars wearing black to protest sexual harassment and abuse in the industry — yet viewers are roasting red carpet hosts on Twitter for their “idiotic small talk” instead of asking about the #MeToo and #TIMESUP movements.

“What is with the @e_entertainment hosts not asking their male guests about the  and  movements, missing the point much? ,” tweeted one user.

“Facebook live feed hosts manage to interview Christopher Plummer without ever mentioning sexual harassment or Kevin Spacey  

Other viewers commented on how the hosts consistently cut stars off while talking about the two movements, particularly while interviewing Kerry Washington, who has stood behind the Time’s Up coalition, or softballing questions about sexual harassment in general.

‘Hey @RyanSeacrest & other  hosts,
STOP INTERRUPTING WOMEN EXPLAINING . Let them finish their sentences,” tweeted another user.

Hollywood’s elite are wearing black to the 75th Golden Globe awards to protest sexual assault, abuse and harassment in Hollywood, and to support those who have spoken out. This comes after heavyweights like Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Dustin Hoffman, Louis C.K., Morgan Spurlock, and many more were accused of sexual misconduct.

Ryan Seacrest, Kelly Clarkson, Allison Janney, Finn Wolfhard, Rachel Brosnahan, Meryl Streep, Michelle Williams and more donned the color on the carpet.

This isn’t the first time women are wearing a certain color to make a political statement. Last January, women wore pink pussycat hats to protest the inauguration of president Donald Trump. In September, stars wore blue ACLU ribbons to the 2017 Emmys after Trump announced his plans to end DACA.

Representatives for E!, Facebook and The Hollywood Foreign Press Association have not yet responded to TheWrap’s request for comment.

Read tweets about the red carpet hosts below.