Eva Longoria Showed Off Her Growing Baby Bump At The Golden Globes

Eva Longoria Showed Off Her Growing Baby Bump At The Golden Globes

Time's Up supporters include Reese Witherspoon, Mary J. Blige, Eva Longoria, and Allison Janney, among others.

"With Time's Up, we support gender equity and equal pay, and we hope E! follows that lead with Catt, as well".

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Most actresses wore black or the "Time's Up" pin to show support for the initiative.

"We love Catt, we love her", the American Idol host replied.

The Overboard star also called out the E!

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Laura Dern also confronted Seacrest, saying, "We need the powers that be, and all the industries, and all the networks, and E!, to help us with closing this pay gender gap".

Walking the red carpet alongside Reese Witherspoon, Salma Hayek and Ashley Judd, Eva held one hand on her blossoming bump as she posed for photographs. So we stand with her.

Packing a punch: She continued her lengthy message: 'post pics and videos wearing black tomorrow with the hashtags #TimesUp and #WhyWeWearBlack, and tell us why you wear black and we'll share! "We want people to start having this conversation that women are just as valuable as men", the Will and Grace star said during the live show. Here's hoping that they've taken a few of our suggestions for the kinds of questions we hope to hear on the red carpet tonight.

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