For those excited to see if numerous A-list stars are bringing their significant others or family members as their dates to the Golden Globes, you will have to wait for a different award show.
"It's one step at a time", said King when asked about the issue by NBC's Natalie Morales.
Dern said she had reached out to Ramirez "to say that she stood with all the 700,000 women farm workers in solidarity for the women in our industry who were courageous enough to speak out about sexual harassment and assault".
"We believe we are nearing a tipping point in transforming the culture of violence in the countries where we live and work".
As part of a continued campaign inspired by the Time's Up movement, these Hollywood A-listers are committing to amplifying voices in the fight for women's rights and racial equality.
Meryl Streep brought National Domestic Workers Alliance Director Ai-jen Poo as her guest and in a red carpet interview she talked about how women were standing up about sexual abuse and inequalities in the workplace.
Susan Sarandon brought Rosa Clemente, a political commentator.
Woodley's date is Suquamish Tribe member Calina Lawrence, who advocates for Native American treaty and water rights.
From #MeToo creator Tarana Burke to activist Monica Ramirez, check out who the stars brought along to the show. Poehler is with Sary Jayaraman, who advocates for restaurant workers; Dern is taking Mónica Ramírez, a Latina empowerment activism who focuses on sexual violence against farmworkers.
In their joint red carpet interview, King spoke before Stone. "So it's now Emma's turn to do that".
The Time's Up sexual harassment prevention initiative launched January 1 by Shonda Rhimes, Reese Witherspoon, Emma Stone and other prominent Hollywood women includes, among other things, a legal defense fund for victims, legislative initiatives and a request that women wear black to the Golden Globes.