Jamie Lee Curtis, 62, Jokes about Her Cleavage-Baring Neckline at the Golden Globes
Jamie Lee Curtis joked about her cleavage-baring neckline from the dress she wore while presenting at the Golden Globes awards ceremony.
Jamie Lee Curtis stunned viewers and the internet at the Golden Globes, where she presented an award while wearing a gorgeous yellow dress.
The dress featured a plunging neckline and balloon sleeves. She appeared on "Today" with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager to discuss her charity and the stunning yellow Alex Perry dress.
Jamie Lee Curtis pictured presenting at the 78th Golden Globes, 2021. | Photo: Getty Images
She presented the Best Actress Award in a Supporting Role to Jodie Foster for her portrayal of defense attorney Nancy Hollander in the movie "The Mauritanian."
During her virtual interview on the Today show, Curtis cracked a joke about the dress' deep neckline and said that everyone needs to come out for sunshine. She joked on the show:
"You know, once in a while, everybody needs to come out, get a little sunshine."
She continued and said that her chest was now well-feed and back in the stable and would not have to come out for another 5 years. She also discussed the bright color of her dress.
The Alex Perry dress was in a gorgeous bright, and vibrant shade of yellow. Curtis likened it to sunshine and said that there was something about wearing sunshine at the moment.
She also shared how important her sobriety has been to her over the last 20 years.
She continued and said that after the last year, after everyone being denied the freedom of "sunshine and the joy of sunshine and happiness, and a little glitz and glamor, it was great to enjoy it."
Curtis shared that the last year she has been wearing black leggings every day. Over on her Instagram, she thanked her glam team for bringing the look together and said:
"It takes a village to prepare me for public consumption @seanjameshair @jostrettell @jrossgirl @alexperryofficial @cathywaterman ??"
People named her one of the best dressed for the prestigious event. Others are the list include "The Queen's Gambit" star Anya Taylor-Joy, Cynthia Erivo, Elle Fanning, and Angela Basset, to name a few.
Fans online were blown away by Curtis in the stunning yellow number. Many took to Twitter to share their praise for her. One wrote that they are praying to age like her.
During the interview, she discussed her charity, My Hands in Yours. She also shared how important her sobriety has been to her over the last 20 years.
Curtis's big debut was in the 1978 horror movie "Halloween." She would star in a few other movies before landing the roles in "A Fish Called Wanda" and "Trading Places." Her most recent movie is "Knives Out."