Catherine-Zeta Jones almost showed off way more than she bargained for when the severe slit in her daring Elie Saab gown blew open at the world premiere of ‘Dad’s Army’ — but she handled the Marilyn moment like a total pro, narrowly avoiding a major wardrobe malfunction!
Catherine Zeta-Jones, 46, opted for a sexy dress for the world premiere of Dad’s Army at Leicester Square in London on Jan. 26, where the actress flaunted her assets in a draped, blue Elie Saab gown that featured a dramatic plunging neckline, allowing her to show off an eyeful of her cleavage — and that’s not all! The silhouette was even sexier thanks to a thigh-high slit in the ensemble. While her leggy look was sexy and sophisticated, she showed off way more than she bargained for when a strong burst of wind blew her skirt up — oh no! Catherine had a major Marilyn moment on the red carpet, and she handled it like a pro. Phew.
It has been a while since we’ve seen Catherine rock the red carpet, but that’s just what she did when she stepped out in this sexy gown. The draped detailing looked amazing against her frame and she paired the ensemble with silver ankle-strap sandals, which added finishing touches to her outfit — it was premiere perfect! The gown was quite classic, allowing the impeccable fit and the draping to really shine — and she accessorized it to perfection, adding a statement snake bracelet that wrapped around her arm. A voluminous blowout, which featured curls at the ends, finished off the outfit. The gown was just as glam when she turned around, revealing lace detailing on the back.
Sure, her dress was quite revealing, but she almost showed off even more when a gust of wind blew her skirt up. While she came thisclose to experiencing a major wardrobe malfunction, she managed to brush her dress down just in time. Phew. Join Amazon Prime For Free – Watch Thousands of Movies & Shows Anytime
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