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2022 Met Gala.The model, who is the daughter of Hollywood actor Jude Law and Sadie Frost, commanded attention while wearing a figure hugging gown that perfectly matched the theme of Gilded Glamour.The stunning ensemble was made up of blue and gold feathers which boasted a large cutout across her stomach which showcased her taut abs and chiselled midriff.The halter-neck dress gathered underneath her tummy before falling to the floor in an elegant ombre style train.The 21-year-old wore her blonde hair slicked to one side and sported a glamorous makeup look, consisting of a smoky blue eye to match her incredible outfit.The hottest fashion event of the year, which was held at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art, was attended by some of the biggest names in showbiz who dazzled on the infamous red carpet.Kim Kardashian, 41, is no stranger to turning heads on the red carpet and this time took centre stage with boyfriend Pete Davidson, 28, wearing a $5million (£4m) gown once worn by the iconic Marilyn Monroe.Hollywood power couple Ryan Reynolds, 45, and Blake Lively, 34, oozed sophistication as they took to the red carpet arm-in-arm.Blake stepped out in a stunning copper coloured floor-length gown that glistened under the red carpet's bright lights while Ryan looked dapper in a black and white tuxedo.Simone Ashley, Nicola Coughlan and Phoebe Dynevor were on hand to prove that the ladies of Bridgerton know how to command a red carpet.Simone, 27, sported a Moschino two-piece made up of a black and gold crop top and a black floor length skirt while Phoebe, 27, showed off her toned pins in a Louis Vuitton mesh dress with lace details.Model Cara Delevingne, 29, made sure all eyes were on her as she sported the most daring
The Deadline Watchlist: Oscars, ‘Atlanta’ & ‘Bridgerton’ Return, ‘Halo’ & ‘Pachinko’ Debut + ‘King Richard’
Editor’s note: The Deadline Watchlist is a feature spotlighting small-screen specials, events and can’t-miss episodes of ongoing series each week. 1. Oscars: After three years without a host, the Academy Awards are tripling down with Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes, and Regina Hall set to take the stage and guide the 94th Oscar show which is promising to be one of the most entertaining ever, including musical performances from Beyonce, Reba McEntire, Billie Eilish, Sebastian Yatra, and more. Also expect a lavish production number of the smash hit “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”  from Encanto. Top nominees include Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Jessica Chastain, Nicole Kidman, Kristen Stewart, Steven Spielberg and many more. With a Best Picture winner still in doubt from a strong field of contenders, almost anything can happen and history may be made. After Covid affected last year’s stripped down telecast you can expect the Oscars to turn up the fashion heat on the red carpet as well as Hollywood’s biggest night hopefully returns to the kind of glamour and excitement it is known for. The theme for this year is “Movie Lovers Unite” , and producer Will Packer is promising a show that delivers that message on many levels even with the sidelined categories controversy. — Pete HammondMarch 27, ABC, 5:00PM PT/8:00PM ET. Red Carpet Pre Show hosted by Vanessa Hudgens, Terrence J, & Brandon Maxwell airs 3:30PM PT/6:30 ET.