Glenn Close Looks Stunning Walking the 2021 Oscars Red Carpet Dressed in a Sparkling Blue Tunic
Glenn Close dazzled on the red carpet wearing an Armani Privé ensemble. The 74-year-old donned a pair of gloves that matched her stunning blue outfit.
74-year-old Glenn Close had all eyes on her when she stepped onto the Oscars' red carpet wearing a long-sleeve blue tunic with bead embellishments paired with matching silk trousers.
The actress decided to keep her hands warm and safe wearing a pair of silk gloves that matched her trousers. A pair of black heeled pumps completed her outfit.
Close attended the prestigious awards ceremony, drawing confidence from both her stunning outfit and her Oscar nomination for best supporting actress for her role in “Hillbilly Elegy.”
The 74-year-old has been nominated for an Academy Award eight times and has never reeled in the prize before. Her 2021 nomination was no different, but Close did have heads turning in her glamourous Armani Privé piece.
DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY
Close may not have gone home with an Oscar this year, but she did steal the show with some unexpected but much-appreciated dance moves during the ceremony.
The actress's portrayal of Alex Forrest in "Fatal Attraction" put her on the map as an actress to watch out for.
The "Fatal Attraction" star played the "Guess that Song" game with Questlove and having correctly guessed the1988 song "Da Butt," Close showed off some of her own dance moves by shaking her own booty.
RED CARPET READY
Close ensured that she wasn't only red carpet ready but also prepared to bust a move. The actress took to Instagram to share a video of her assistant rubbing her feet with CBD lotion before putting on her shoes. She captioned the post:
"CBD cream for feet!!! #gettingreadyfortheoscars #oscars #oscars2021 #oscars."
WITHOUT AN AWARD
Close's amazing dance moves and great sense of style aside, she is most well known for her performances in front of the camera and on the stage over the many years she has been part of the industry.
She started her career on stage in 1974 and easily made the shift to film work, where she stepped into diverse characters ranging from villains to feminist mothers.
Close's role in "The World According to Garp" in 1982 was the first character she portrayed in a film. She co-starred alongside Robin Williams in the coming-of-age story.
The actress's portrayal of Alex Forrest in "Fatal Attraction" put her on the map as an actress to watch out for. She worked opposite Michael Douglas in the thriller, making it one of the iconic films of its time.