Helen Mirren has been attending red carpet events to promote her newest Paramount+ series 1923, with one particular outfit sending fans into a spin. The Oscar winner stepped out in a sheer top for the Las Vegas premiere in December.
Her outfit looked incredible, with the 77-year-old opting for an all-black ensemble in a sophisticated look. She paired black pants with a tight top that boasted see-through sleeves and a glamorous train.
The Queen star looked relaxed as she posed with her hands in her pockets, and had her hair pulled back in a low bun. She finished off her look with a pink lip and multiple strings of pearls hanging around her neck.
The Western drama series also stars Harrison Ford, James Badge Dale and Michelle Randolph and is a prequel to Paramount’s Yellowstone.
It has been favourably reviewed by critics and is proving to be one of the streaming platform’s biggest hits.
Fans gushed about her look on social media, with one saying that the star is an “amazing dresser”.
“Helen Mirren isn’t that young either and looks fantastic!” added a second.
“Divine,” a third added, while another said she was a ‘classy lady’.
“I hope I’m as amazing as her when I’m older she is beautiful, intelligent and baddass!” a fan remarked.
Sofia Vergara stuns in see-through corset
Sofia, 50, chose to wear the black Mônot bustier tucked into simple black pants. The designer bodysuit costs approximately $1,200 AUD and the star complimented the piece with a chunky silver necklace.
The sweetheart neckline flattered her figure and she opted for a dramatic eye and dark lip. Fans gushed over her dramatic look, describing her as "spectacular".
“Always stunning Sofia Vergara! You take my breath away,” a fan commented.
“The older you get, the more beautiful you become,” another observed.
“Girl, damn slay queen! That looks so beautiful!” a third chimed in.
“You really have to understand that you are a real life goddess. I’m not just saying that,” another remarked.
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