Actress and model Cara Delevingne is convinced 2018 will be a banner year for women all over the world, thanks to the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
The Suicide Squad star is one of the many women who have come forward with tales of sordid encounters with the disgraced movie boss, claiming he tried to have her kiss another woman in a hotel room during her audition for his movie Tulip Fever, and then threatened her career over her sexual orientation.
And now, in a new Vanity Fair piece, the 25-year-old Brit is hopeful the expose that led to Weinstein's downfall - and other movie industry heavyweights - will help women and men everywhere in 2018.
But, first she is urging others who feel harassed and mistreated to speak out.
"The other day, on Instagram, a young person said to me that their boss called them a 'f**got', and she asked, ‘Should I report them? Everyone at work said I shouldn’t'," Cara told the publication. "I was like, ‘Absolutely, you definitely should'.
"This was just someone on Instagram, but it speaks to what I’d like to see in 2018, which is people speaking up and talking about things, no matter how painful they my (sic) be. The things that make you uncomfortable are what is important because that’s what’s going to help change the world and make a difference."
"It’s going to be a brighter 2018. A glittier (sic) one," the Paper Towns star beamed.