Seth Meyers: Don’t offer guys credit for black tuxes at Globes

Numerous stars are anticipated to wear all black to the Golden Globes to object sexual misbehavior in Hollywood– but host Seth Meyers made it clear males shouldn’t be applauded for simply using what they constantly do.

“I believe it’s crucial that no man attempts to take credit for using a black tuxedo,” Meyers told United States Weekly. Many prominent actresses and actors– consisting of Allison Janney, Saoirse Ronan and Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson– have actually validated they plan to use black to the awards ceremony in a show of uniformity versus unwanted sexual advances and assault.

Meyers stated he’ll also be wearing black, however added to United States Weekly, “I’m not like, ‘Hey, I desire credit.’ You know exactly what I imply?”

Meryl Streep, Emma Stone and Jessica Chastain are among the other stars expected to wear black at Sunday’s show, Individuals reported last month.

Meyers said he’s excited to see many powerful women come together to take a stand.

Luca Guadagnino

Send a Letter to the Editor Seth Meyers is the host of this year’s Golden Globes. (NBC/Lloyd Bishop/NBC)