Grammys 2018: White roses on the red carpet

By Mark Savage
BBC Music reporter

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Some of music's biggest stars wore white roses on the Grammys' red carpet, to mark their support of the #TimesUp movement.

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image caption"It's incredible how the world is pivoting in a new direction," said Rita Ora of the movement. "The more voices that come together, the more powerful everything gets."
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image captionCamila Cabello used a white rose to accessorise her glitter-ball clutch
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image captionPop star Pink brought her family to the ceremony - including her daughter Willow, alongside husband Carey Hart and mum Judith Moore.
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image captionSam Smith was one of the many male celebrities to endorse the movement
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image captionPop star Kesha had a rose motif embroidered onto her suit. She performed her hit song Praying to reflect the #TimesUp movement during the Grammy ceremony
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image captionMiley Cyrus duetted with Elton John during Sunday night's ceremony
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image captionLana Del Rey, whose Lust For Life was up for best pop vocal album, wore her rose as a corsage
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image captionRapper Cardi B was nominated for best rap performance, for her breakout hit Bodak Yellow but lost out to Kendrick Lamar. The star's dress represents her dream of a "little girl going to the moon".
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image captionAlessia Cara, who went on to win best new act; and John Legend with his wife Chrissy Teigen, who is pregnant with their second child
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image captionAnna Kendrick and Kelly Clarkson also showed their support for the movement, which encourages women to speak out against sexual harassment
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image captionR&B star Khalid was up for five awards, including best new artist, but went home empty-handed
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image captionComedian Sarah Silverman made a symbolic protest by stuffing her rose into her mouth.
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image captionSinger and actress Janelle Monae had one of the evening's most striking outfits
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image captionLady Gaga performed the title track of her latest album, Joanne, at the ceremony

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