Regina King Displays Her Hourglass Figure in Stunning Sliver Dress at the Golden Globe Awards
Regina King took fans' breaths away as she dazzled in a black and silver sequined Louis Vuitton dress at the Golden Globe Awards on February 28.
Despite attending this year's Golden Globe Awards from home, multiple award-winning actress Regina King came dressed to impress, dazzling audiences in a gown fit for Hollywood royalty.
The "If Beale Street Could Talk" actress gave fans a clear view of the dress in a series of photos shared on her Instagram page. She also posted close-up pics and details of her stunning jewelry for the event.
In one pic, King's sun-kissed skin glowed as she posed while standing on a balcony, allowing fans to see the full length of her dress. She looked confident through the slideshow as she stood against a black and white backdrop. She captioned:
"Feeling like a bottle of champagne."
Indeed King looked phenomenal in the stylish black Louis Vuitton dress that featured shiny silver sequins along the front, shaping the sweetheart neckline. The dress' design also included an asymmetrical cut-out and one off-the-shoulder sleeve.
The gown, which took more than 350 hours to make, was truly a work of art with its 40,000 crystals and sparkles designed to make any star shine brighter. Such a dress needed only the best accessories and the "Watchmen" actress did not disappoint.
King, who recently hosted "Saturday Night Live," paired her breathtaking dress with diamond jewelry from Forevermark which included a selection of sparkling rings and a pair of 7.05-carat diamond drop earrings.
The "Boondocks" star made sure to flaunt the beautiful earrings with neatly side-swept hair which also showed her slender neckline. King's fans could only gush at the actress' flawless ensemble.
While Instagram fans gushed over King's outfit, Twitter was abuzz with adoration over her dog, Cornbread, who made a surprise cameo during her Golden Globes pre-show interview.
Cornbread stole the show after walking in and getting cozy on a bed behind King, who was nominated for best director for her film, "One Night In Miami."
King's nomination was historic because it made her one of three females to be nominated in the "best director" category in the same year. Female directors are often excluded from this category.
During a conversation with Gina Prince-Bythewood, King explained that her current work was her way of seizing the moment and taking advantage of her time in the spotlight, especially as a Black woman.