Olivia Wilde Accepts People’s Choice Award In Revealing See-Through Dress
The Booksmart director wore a completely sheer, see-through Christian Dior gown on the red carpet. She styled the black lace dress over high-waisted black briefs and accentuated her waist with a chunky black belt with gold hardware. Razor-thin spaghetti straps and a low scoop created an elegant, sexy look for the newly single star.
Wilde’s sophomore directorial work on Don’t Worry Darling won the award for drama movie of the year, beating out other blockbuster nominations like Jordan Peele’s Nope and Olivia Newman’s Where The Crawdads Sing.
In her acceptance speech, Wilde dedicated the award to the production team.
“We made this movie in 2020 when many people were not confident that audiences would ever return to theatres if they ever reopened,” she said. “And yet, more than 190 crew members showed up every single day during a pandemic to make something that they hoped you guys would show up for. And you did show up.”
Wilde and her former beau reportedly split in November, citing that they had “different priorities.” Their relationship weathered more than a year of production drama including an alleged feud between Wilde and Pugh, the director being served custody papers while on stage at CinemaCon and a heated debate over whether Styles spit on costar Chris Pine at the movie premiere.
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