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Watch Megyn Kelly's powerful experiment illustrating how massive the #MeToo movement really is

On Wednesday, Time named "the Silence Breakers" as Person of the Year, a decision justified by the powerful, far-reaching #MeToo movement that has touched "virtually all corners of the globe." Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly, who complained to management about the behavior of fellow host Bill O'Reilly, illustrated just how prevalent sexual assault is on Wednesday with her audience at NBC.

Kelly explained the power of #MeToo "and knowing that you're not alone" and asked her audience to stand "if you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual assault." The cameras then turned to the audience — where nearly every single person was on their feet. Watch the powerful display below. Jeva Lange