Despite the numerous outwards signs of sisterly love at the Golden Globes, the ceremony is already receiving a backlash.
Despite activists such as Tarana Burke also being present, people have come forward to suggest a number major trailblazers in the #MeToo movement were notably absent.
On Sunday night some of the most notable Harvey Weinstein accusers were at home, not with the women of Times Up in the Beverly Hill's Hilton.
During the ceremony Weinstein accuser Asia Argento tweeted Rose McGowan, who was being trolled at the time, highlighting her role as an early whistleblower.
Corey Feldman, who has been vocal of his own harassment as a child star, then replied questioning the sincerity of the Time's Up movement, as well as why he wasn't invited.
Argento similarly claims she was not invited.
As did Rosanna Arquette, another of Weinstein's accusers, who claimed that fellow Weinstein accusers Annabella Sciorra, Daryl Hannah and Mira Sorvino were not invited either.
Argento retorted that, 'It would have been too much of a downer... an embarrassment. Victims aren't glamorous enough.'
Since then McGowan has gone even further, saying that the celebrities who wore black to the event were fakes.
She also claimed that the PR company that is organising the Time's Up meetings were used by Weinstein to allegedly procure his victims.
Though it may have been a better choice for some of Weinstein's accusers to be present at the event, we don't believe the women of Time's Up are as insincere as Rose McGowan is claiming.
The fund itself, which has been financially contributed to by Meryl Streep, Jennifer Aniston and more, has already raised around £11,904,304. Many of the women who spoke, such as Winfrey, are sexual assault survivors themselves.