Presentation of the theater award Laurence Olivier: outfits of stars
Dita Von Teese, Jodie Comer, Hannah Waddingham, Millie Alcock and others shone at the gala evening in London's Albert Hall.
Dita Von Teese, Jodie Comer, Hannah Waddingham and Sheridan Smith lead an all-star cast at the Laurence Olivier British Theater Awards.
In the most prestigious concert hall of the British capital, the Royal Albert Hall, the 50-year-old burlesque star was a glamorous figure in a flowing and shiny silver-gray dress with a belt that emphasized her small waist. Accessories - a dark gray rhinestone-encrusted clutch and voluminous diamond earrings - gave the dancer/actress even more radiance. Dita did not forget about her signature hairstyle, putting her raven-colored hair into a “Hollywood wave”, and making up her lips with bright red lipstick.
Meanwhile, Killing Eve star Jodie Comer, 30, radiated sophistication at the ceremony in a crimson frilled mini dress with a long, dramatic train. She was nominated this year for the Olivier Award for the performance "Prima Facie", where she played several roles at once. The award was not long in coming. Jody rightly enjoyed the triumph of best actress, having received on stage that evening a bust of the famous performer of the role of Crassus in Spartacus (1960).
The star of the series "Ted Lasso" and the future colleague of Tom Cruise in the film "Mission: Impossible 8" Hannah Waddingham chose a dress similar to Comer's outfit made of noble, dark purple velvet. The style also allowed the 48-year-old actress to show off her stately figure, including long tanned legs. Hannah was in a great mood at the evening, beaming in front of the photographers with a wide smile and taking spectacular poses. Moreover, she was the host of the ceremony and appeared on stage alternately in red and green evening dresses.
Sheridan Smith, who played Fanny in the 2018 film musical Funny Girl, put on elegance this evening, appearing in a white silk blouse and a gold wrap maxi skirt, complementing the outfit with a wide belt with a massive buckle and long earrings with stones.
The rising star, 22-year-old Australian actress Millie Alcock, who played in the acclaimed HBO series Don of the Dragon, was also noted at the Albert Hall that evening. She posed for photographers in a black embroidered mini dress with a long train and an open back. The image was complemented by high-heeled shoes and laconic jewelry - rings and a thin necklace.