On Sunday, Amanda Seyfried arrived at the Fairmount Century Plaza in Los Angeles for the 2023 Critics’ Choice Awards.

She wore a gold archival Dior Haute Couture gown to the ceremony, but the chiffon fabric ended up “ripping and actually breaking” while the actor walked the red carpet.

In an interview with Access Hollywood, one of the sleeves of her dress fell down her arm on camera.

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The gown, styled by Elizabeth Stewart, originally featured in Dior’s spring-summer 2020 collection.

Seyfried won best actress in a limited series or movie made for television for her role as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes in The Dropout.

However, in photos, Seyfried appeared to be holding the back of her dress together as she accepted the award from Miles Teller and Anya Taylor-Joy.

The actor quickly found a solution before The Dropout won best limited series, walking on stage in a black blazer over her dress.

Although Seyfried also won the best actress award in last week’s Golden Globes, she was absent from the ceremony. It was later reported by Glamour that Seyfried and Evan Rachel Wood were involved in a workshop for the musical version of the 1991 film Thelma & Louise.

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