Gemma Arterton really won everyone over at last night’s Laurence Olivier awards at the Royal Opera House in London, and she wasn’t even nominated.
Taking her turn to present the theatre’s most prestigious awards last night with co-host actor Stephen Mangan, the 28-year-old actress looked the image of sophistication in a seafoam-hued Prada bias cut gown with boat neckline and three-quarter-length sleeves. Against the true red of the carpet, Arterton’s bold monochrome look really made an impact as she entered the awards ceremony.
Her whole look was simply flawless from the carefully chosen Faraone Mennella jewels to the voluminous swept hair, showing off her enviable bone structure.
Although we are not going into a discussion about the obsession with Miss Arterton’s curves, we cannot be anything but jealous of her silhouette, as well as the fact that it is always fantastic to see a woman with boobs wearing couture.
Despite not being nominated at the awards ceremony, Gemma has certainly been busy this year when it comes to the stage. After kicking off 2014 in John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, she is now set to star in the forthcoming stage production of Made in Dagenham at the Adelphi theatre in London later this year, which tells the tale of female factory workers in 1968 fighting for equal pay.
No doubt she was thrilled to see the likes of Dame Judy Dench, Hayley Atwell, Anna Chancellor and Lesley Manville all nominated for the coveted best actress award, with Lesley Manville taking home the accolade for her performance in Ghosts at the Almeida theatre.
See the full list of winners here