Dozens of Grammy Award performers and attendees wore or held white roses Sunday in support of the Time's Up movement, in an awards season where every awards show has confronted sexual misconduct in show business.
"My message on this is for everybody to treat each other like we want to be treated," said Reba McEntire, winner for best roots gospel album. "It's the golden rule."
Singer-songwriter Ledisi, nominated for three Grammys and a performer at the Women's March in Las Vegas earlier this month, had this thought: "It's important for us to call out this madness."
Most stars wore black and a Time's Up pin in support of the movement at the...