NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) James Corden, returning to host the Grammy Awards Sunday night, said in an interview with the Associated Press that the show will find time for artists to express support for the “Me Too” and “Time’s Up” movements.
The latter (meaning the “time’s up” for sexual harassment) is a recently established movement, represented by wearing a white rose. Corden said he’ll be wearing one.
“Of course. Yes,” he said when asked if he would wear one.
Corden added that the show will feature an emotional performance showing solidarity with the movements, but didn’t give any details.
“We’re aware of it and we’re certainly supportive of the movement,” producer Ken Erlich added, “but the reality is we’re more concerned with allowing artists that we work with to express themselves and have artistic freedom,” he said. “If, in fact, that’s part of that, then that’s something we support.”