This is why everyone wore white at the Critics' Choice Awards

This is why everyone wore white at the Critics' Choice Awards

As well as thanking her children when accepting her Critics' Choice Award, Nic also shone a light on Big Little Lies co-stars.

The message was amplified once inside; Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot dedicating her acceptance speech to the movement for a special #SeeHer award.

Even with the star power of Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, as well as a storyline that is an implicit rebuke of President Donald Trump, this drama was shut out at the Golden Globes (0 for 6) and the Critics' Choice (0 for 8) awards. I wanted to show solidarity.

Gadot spoke of the importance of the character to her and the world.

The Wonder Women's speech can be counted in such category easily.

THE Golden Globes hit headlines for everyone wearing black in support of sexual assault victims - but last night's Critics' Choice had a powerful colour theme of its own.

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She said: "I want to share this award with all the women and men who stand for what's right, standing for those who can't stand or speak for themselves. And we will continue to band together to make strides uniting for equality".

The film wasn't deemed the best comedy, though: That award went to "The Big Sick". Who happens to be one the reasons that Gal is receiving this award.

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Perhaps Allison Janney said it best when Munn accosted her in the audience to give her the "Critics' Choice Mother of the Year Award" for her nightmare momager performance in "I, Tonya".

While Gary Oldman cleaned up best actor for his role as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.

Guillermo del Toro's fantasy romance The Shape of Water walked away with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director.

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