Kate Hudson’s Golden Globes Dress Deemed Inappropriate By Meryl Streep, Frances McDormand?

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By Andrew Shuster |

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Did Meryl Streep and Frances McDormand think the dress Kate Hudson wore to the Golden Globes was too inappropriate for the Time’s Up movement? That’s the story in one of this week’s tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively clear up the situation.

Nearly all of the women who attended the 2018 Golden Globes wore black to the event in support of Time’s Up, a new initiative aimed at fighting sexual harassment and supporting its victims. Hudson wore a black Valentino gown to the awards show, but according to Star, some of the actress’s peers found her outfit to be too “risque.”

An alleged source tells the magazine that Streep and McDormand in particular “seemed to feel that at an event dedicated to curbing sexual harassment, women should opt for something demure.” The outlet’s supposed insider then comes to Hudson’s defense by saying, “But isn’t the whole point of the movement that women should be able to wear what they want? Hey, a little controversy can sometimes lead to a new movie gig!”

However, it’s only the unreliable tabloid that’s creating “a little controversy.” While the outlet’s whole story is tied to an unnamed, untraceable and possibly nonexistent “source,” Gossip Cop checked in with a rep for Streep, who exclusively assures us the magazine’s story is simply “not true. Meanwhile, a spokesperson for McDormand also confirms to us on the record that she wasn’t offended by Hudson’s outfit, and the claim otherwise is “absolute nonsense.” Basically, the tabloid’s entire premise is a blatant lie.

Star seemingly fabricated this article because Hudson showed some skin on the red carpet at the Golden Globes, but no one aside from the tabloid is criticizing her choice of wardrobe. In fact, Streep praised all of the other actresses at the ceremony for coming together in solidarity of other women. The actress said during a red carpet interview, “We feel sort of emboldened in this particular moment to stand together in a thick black line, dividing then from now.” Regardless, neither Streep or McDormand took umbrage with Hudson’s dress.