The Grammy Awards will not be escaping the reach of #MeToo or "Time's Up." In fact, Grammy's host James Corden has already promised the show will have its #MeToo moment.
Speaking with the Associated Press on Thursday, Corden said that the show will not shy away from the sexual misconduct allegations that have rocked both Hollywood and the music industry.
According to USA Today, Corden and celebrities in attendance will be wearing white roses in support of the movement, "Time's Up." The movement was pushed this past Wednesday when several music executives launched an email urging people to wear white roses at the show.