Alison Brie Calls This the 'Year of Strong' Women Amid 'Time's Up' Golden Globes Moment

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Alison Brie's Netflix series feels all the more poignant during the Time's Up movement.

The Glow star opened up to ET's Kevin Frazier at Sunday's Golden Globes, where many actresses chose to wear black in solidarity and to raise awareness for sexual harassment prevention in Hollywood and beyond. 

"Glow is the most amazing show to work on, and this has really been the year of strong women, women's voices being heard, and Glow is absolutely about women empowering themselves, women taking up space in a room," the 35-year-old actress explained. "There is no apologizing for these women in Glow. We are badasses."

Like many of her fellow actresses, Brie not only wore black on the carpet, but paired the statement outfit with black pants as well.

"I am so happy to be wearing black to support the Time's Up movement, obviously," she said, adding, "and there are pants underneath. I like to always have a good surprise."

"It's really nice to be out here celebrating all of our work," she shared. "But it's great to have a message behind it as well. People should all go to and donate to the legal defense fund. It's a really important way to take action."

Brie is nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Musical/Comedy at Sunday night's show.

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