Regina King from 'Watchmen' Shares Pics & Clips of Sparkly Prada Dress That She Wore to Vanity Fair Oscars Party
American actress Regina King shared some delightful photos and videos of her wearing a sparkly dress designed by Prada, to the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party.
In one of the pictures posted on Sunday, the bling dress made the 49-year-old look elegant as she posed for the cameras at the Vanity Fair after-party.
Regina King presented Brad Pitt with his first acting Oscars award at the 2020 Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in the film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
King and Pitt, being old friends in the industry, shared an unusual kind of chemistry that left fans "awwing." While Pitt was excited to receive the award from King, she seemed much delighted to hand it over to him.
Brad has an Oscars for the movie "12 Years a Slave," produced by his company, but this makes his first acting Oscars. Coincidentally, King also won her first Oscars in 2019 in a film executively produced by Pitt.
As the two walked off stage, talking about Pitt's feat, King pecked his cheek. The kiss left fans overwhelmed as they dropped their thoughts on Twitter, suggesting the two of them starred in a romantic comedy. One tweeted,
"Someone immediately made a romantic comedy starring Regina King and Brad Pitt. POST HASTE".
King appeared gorgeously on the night of the 92nd edition of the Academy Awards. Wearing a pink Versace gown, and a pair of shoes by Stuart Weitzman, the "Boyz n the Hood" star caught everyone's attention mostly for her stylish eyelashes.
In a 2019 discussion with Entertainment Weekly, King opened up about how she felt when she won her first Academy Awards.
King earlier met with some movie producers to discuss her next feature film, "One Night in Miami," and she jokingly told them that, if she didn't win any Oscars, she was going to make a movie.
A few weeks later, King earned her first Oscars as Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "If Beale Street Could Talk."
She notably said her goal wasn't to win any Oscars but assured that "By no means am I saying you can take it [the award] back."