Gabrielle Union Shows off New Hairdo as She Attends Oscars Party in Stunning Burnt Orange Gown
Gabrielle Union dazzled at the Oscars Party in a stunning satin gown and a daring pixie crop haircut.
Gabrielle Union stole the show at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 24, 2019.
The actress, activist, and author dazzled with her elegance and her beauty, as she sported a new hairstyle, very different from her usual look.
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A STRIKING PIXIE CUT
The "America's Got Talent" judge has forgone her long brunette locks, and daringly cut her hair in a piquant pixie cut.
Union's new hairstyle suits her to a T, and enhances her beautiful features and her long, elegant neck. Union had her hair cut just before the party by hairstylist Larry Jarah Sims.
Union and her husband professional basketball player Dwyane Wade, welcomed a daughter, Kaavia.
HAUTE COUTURE AT THE OSCAR PARTY
Union took breaths away in her long, strapless gown in burnt orange satin, that hugged her figure in the front, but flared out in a dramatic train at the back.
The gown is a creation from the fabled Italian fashion house, Valentino, by designer Gianni Valentino.
A NEW MOM TO A BABY GIRL
Union is glowing and the reason is not very big. In November 2018, Union and her husband professional basketball player Dwyane Wade, welcomed a daughter, Kaavia.
UNION'S BATTLE WITH INFERTILITY
Union battled with fertility problems and resorted to surrogacy to make her dream of being a mom come true.
Wade is also the father to sons Zaire, 17, Zion, 11, and Xavier, 5, from his first marriage to his high school sweetheart Siohvaughn Funches.
AND THE WINNERS WERE...
And the winners of the 91st Academy Awards were a surprise. The big winner of the evening was "Black Panther"; and scooped up 4 of the 7 Awards it was nominated for.
"The Favourite" led the Awards with 10 nominations, but Olivia Colman won the only Oscar for Best Actress, for her portrayal of a harried, and ill Queen Ann.
Rami Malek won Best Actor for his role as the iconic Queen frontman Freddy Mercury in the film "Bohemian Rapsody."
Mahershala Ali won an Oscar as best supporting actor for "Moonlight", and Regina King for took the statuette for best supporting actress for "If Beale Street Could Talk."
In a related story, Adam Lambert and Queen had the star-studded audience at the Oscars on their feet with their performance.