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The 18th Annual BAFTA Britannia Awards took place in Los Angeles this past week, and some of Hollywood's biggest stars came ...
dressed to impress! Presenters Marion Cotillard and Olivia Wilde opted for glitzy ensembles, while Carey Mulligan and Dakota Fanning selected elegant, ladylike dresses for the show! Plus, Jane Lynch tells us which outfit we can expect in an upcoming episode of Glee!
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Carey Mulligan, Marion Cotillard, and Olivia Wilde Dazzle at the BAFTAS
Allison McNamara: Carey Mulligan, Marion Cotillard, Olivia Wilde and Dakota Fanning dressed to impress at the 18th Annual BAFTA Britannia Awards in Los Angeles last week. A-list actors flocks the event directing nice, outstanding talents including Betty White, Jeff Bridges, Michael Sheen and Christopher Nolan. I’m Allison and in today’s Fab Flash, we’ll go one on one with Glee’s Jane Lynch.
Carey Mulligan looked perfectly lady-like in her black and nude Preen dress and cobalt blue YSL pumps. Looking both effortless and sophisticated, Dakota Fanning also chose a softer look wearing a strapless nude Valentino Gown. On the other end, Olivia Wilde and Oscar winner Marion Cotillard took a bolder approach and went for all out sparkles. Marion Cotillard shine in a gray-sequin Elie Saab mini and a Rocabellan inspired hairdo. Olivia Wilde wrapped in all black Michael Kors ensemble with sequin maxi skirt and sultry make-up.
Jane Lynch took a more conservative approach to style in a beautifully tailored wide leg pantsuit and to reveal that her character, Sue Sylvester will get an update to her standard tracksuit.
Jane Lynch: I get bored to wear the red tracksuit which is why I’m glad they mix it up and I have a green tracksuit, I have a wedding dress tracksuit coming up. I have every color of the rainbow tracksuit.
Allison McNamara: While this gives us a sneak peek for award season which is right around the corner. I’m Allison. See you next time on Fab Flash.