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Holly Willoughby said that 'time's up' for the Time's Up campaign after witnessing the behaviour of paparazzi at the Brits

She slammed paparazzi at the award ceremony who tried to take up-skirt photos.

Brit Awards 2018 - Arrivals - London Source: Ian West

IT’S HARD TO not love Holly Willoughby.

Anyone who has ever watched an episode of This Morning will know that she’s hilarious, charming and extremely empathetic with people she interviews. Along with her co-star Philip Schofield, she has provided plenty of laughs.

On top of providing serious laughs to morning TV viewers, the pair of them can both deal with sensitive topics extremely well. It’s not unusual to see Holly tackling important issues on the show or on her social media, and she has done it once again.

National Television Awards 2018 - Press Room - London Source: Ian West

Last night she took to Instagram to comment on the Time’s Up movement.

The 37-year-old presenter shared a collage that was comprised of photographs of herself, Louise Redknapp, Rita Ora and Abbey Clancy. The photos were taken after the Brit Awards, when all of these women headed off to celebrate and enjoy themselves.

She pointed out that despite the fact that Time’s Up has been reported on widely, few people are changing their behaviour. Women can wear pins, or carry white roses in support of Time’s Up. They can speak out publicly, they can condemn sexual harassers and abusers, or they can remain quiet if they wish but there’ll always be someone waiting to cheaply objectify them to sell magazines.

Holly wrote:

At the beginning of the night we held white roses and walked down a red carpet full of the hope and pride that comes with the #timesup campaign… at the end of the night, cameras were held low to get a photo up our skirts… times apparently up on #timesup [sic]


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