On the red carpet, Larasi, also the co-chair of the End Violence Against Women Coalition, commented, "There is a wall of silence against women and girls, [and] every time women [in Hollywood] speak out it creates a crack in that wall".
"Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross, who wore a black dress complete with black turban, said on the red carpet for the 75th Golden Globes, "Time's up on abuse, discrimination and the imbalance of power".
The special plus-ones afforded the women an opportunity to keep questions on the carpet about issues. She added, "We're saying enough is enough". King founded the Women's Sports Foundation and the Women's Tennis Association, and has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her efforts.
Michelle Williams will bring Burke, the founder of #metoo and a woman who has campaigned for gender and racial justice for decades.
Streep - who has been heavily criticized for her response to the allegations against her longtime collaborator Harvey Weinstein - will bring along National Domestic Workers Alliance director and 2014 MacArthur fellow Aj-jen Poo, according to Variety.
Sarandon's guest was organizer Rosa Clemente, founder of PR (Puerto Rico) On The Map.
Amy Poehler will bring Saru Jayaraman, the president of the Restaurant Opportunities Centres United and ROC Action, which fights to improve wages and working conditions for restaurant industry workers. Out of solidarity with the victims of sexual harassment and assault, many women have said they will be dressing in black.
Stone chose to walk the red carpet with Billie Jean King, who she plays in her nominated film, "Battle of the Sexes".