The actress who didn't get the memo about the Golden Globes

By Ally Parker January 8, 2018

And, in pictures, all the ones who did.

This year's Golden Globes are nothing short of legendary.

Female actors have banded together to wear black in an effort to speak out and stand in solidarity against sexual misconduct in Hollywood and other arenas.

Some, like Meryl Streep, Emma Watson, Amy Poehler and Michelle Williams are bringing gender and racial activists (including founder of #metoo) to the event as their guests. 

In a statement Sunday, the advocates say they were inspired by the Time's Up initiative. They say the goal in attending the awards will be to shift focus away from the perpetrators and back on survivors and creating lasting change.

“A show of solidarity at an awards show is one very small piece,” said Reese Witherspoon, who spoke to the Bagger in late December about Time’s Up.

“It really is a statement that women are deeply unified, we always have been, and that we stand up for those who can’t speak up.”

Oprah Winfrey will also be accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award, which is so deserved we hardly have words.

Unfortunately, it seems one actress either a) didn't get the memo or b) didn't think it was worth her time.

Actress Blanca Blanco, who suffered a very embarrasing wardrobe malfunction last year, has appeared in a daring, revealing red dress.

Awkward barely covers it. 

Let's go through some of the black-dress presentations shall we?

Alexis Bledel

Alison Williams

Catherine Zeta-Jones

Madeline Brewer

Meryl Streep with guest, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance Ai-jen Poo.

Amy Poehler with Saru Jayaraman an attorney, author, and activist.

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel

Madeline Brewer

Katherine Langford.

Millie Bobby Brown

More photos to come!

Images: Getty / Kevork Djansezian/NBC. Alberto E. Rodriguez