February 11, 2020
"Black-ish" actress, Tracee Ellis, captured the eyes of the crowd at the Oscars After Party with sexy gold Zuhair Mura Couture gown with a natural touch to her outfit.
The 47-year-old actress and television host, Tracee Ellis Ross, slew the red carpet at the "Vanity Fair" Oscars after-party dressed in gorgeous attire.
The majestic gold couture gown by Zuhair Murad had a glittering sequin detailing, a revealing neckline that added more "sexy" to her look and a flowing cape.
On her feet, she wore minimal designed gold sandals with a strap. Tracee's entire look focused on the fascinating nature of the dress with less obvious accessories.
"I felt Pretty! Thank you @zuhairmuradofficial for this glorious couture gown."
Tracee Ellis then went to thank her make up team for their work on her baby hairs, which came out nice to accentuate her face and light make up.
Before the party, she had a photoshoot, which was done by Mark Seliger. She posted some photos from the shoot on social media with the caption, "@vanityfair portrait by @markseliger and BTS images by@katiecoucric."
Tracee commented that despite all she has done as a person, people still imply that her life is yet to have "meaning."
Not much is known about the life of Ross behind the scenes. The actress seems to enjoy having fun by herself. One Instagram post showed Tracee putting her toned abs on display while swimming.
The Hollywood star was on vacation and appeared to be happy as she wore a beautiful swimsuit while having fun in the pool.
In popular TV series, "Black-ish" and spinoff, "Mixed-ish," she plays the role of a loving mother and wife. It's hard to believe that the Golden Globe award-winning star has no kids and is single.
She then went on to list a couple of her achievements that are publicly and privately known to her. Tracee commented that despite all she has done as a person, people still imply that her life is yet to have "meaning."
In response to the expectations that people seem to have of her, Tracee made mention of a mantra she adopted from a moment of enlightenment which she had, "My life is mine."