There were many winners at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night:
Nicole Kidman. Oprah Winfrey. Anyone associated with the movie Lady Bird.
In the aftermath of an event that celebrated female empowerment, however, one clear loser has emerged. Her name is Blanca Blanco.
Yes, Blanca Blanco.
We're guessing you haven't heard of this actress, considering her IMDB page for projects in 2017 includes movies titled Spreading Darkness, Fake News and American Romance.
She isn't exactly an A-Lister.
But Blanco still managed to make many headlines at the Golden Globes because she walked the red carpet in the ensemble pictured above and below.
Pretty much everyone on the Internet has noted both the dress color and the abundance of skin Blanco flaunted in the outfit, both of which went against the evening's theme.
As detailed in the photo gallery down below, nearly every other celebrity at the ceremony was dressed in black as a protest against the sexual harassment endemic that has plagued Hollywood for decades.
But not Blanco.
She thumbed her nose (and exposed her cleavage) at this convention, rocking a seriously red and revealing ensemble.
And social media definitely noticed.
Some folks replied with humor:
And others with a critique of Blanco, both for defying the all-black fashion statement and also for the actual dress she chose.
Still others, meanwhile, thought it was hypocritical to call out a woman for what she was wearing, considering the entire point of the "protest" at the Golden Globes was to show that females are strong and powerful and independent.
Doesn't it run counter to that point to drag a woman for choosing to wear whatever she wants?
As for what she was thinking, Blanco spoke to Refinery 29 about the controversy and said:
"I love red. Wearing red does not means I am against #timesup movement.
"I applaud and stand by the courageous actresses that continue to break the circle of abuse through their actions and their style choice.
"It is one of many factors leading women to a safer place because of their status in the acting world. I am excited about the Time's UP movement because true change is long overdue."
After giving props to designer Atria Couture for the gown in an interview with Fox, Blanco also jumped on Twitter and wrote:
"The issue is bigger than my dress color. Red is passionate. #TIMESUP."
That's true and fair.
But should people passionate about the issue of sexual misconduct across Hollywood and other fields fault Blanco for her decision?
Sound off below, while you check out these snapshots: