At Governor’s Award Night, Margot Robbie and Emily Blunt wore identical dresses

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Margot Robbie and Emily Blunt

At the 14th Governors Awards held on Tuesday spotted Margot Robbie and Emily Blunt flaunting their fashion sense. They both were wearing an identical black dress at the event.

Actors present at the event included Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, and journalist Carol Littleton received honorary Oscars. Michelle Satter, founding director of the Sundance Institute and its film program, bagged the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.

Margot, 33, said bye-bye to her traditional Barbie-inspired fashion for the award night and wore a long black dress with a silver neckline that had two slits at the waist. She paired her red carpet look with diamond and platinum earrings from 1950s Kwiat Jewels and Fred Leighton.

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On the other hand, Blunt wore a sleeveless V-neck gold metallic dress designed by Miu Miu. Her dress had a sparkling silver design in the middle and it was combined with matching Tiffany jewels.

The star known for Oppenheimer kept a pink make-up look as she applied light blush and pink lips. She kept her hair very simple with stunning Tiffany & Co. jewels sewn for the event. While her hair was tucked behind her ears, similar to Robbie’s, her light brown locks were parted to one side and had loose waves.

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Stars that attended the award night were Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, and editor Carol Littleton who received honorary Oscars. Michelle Satter, the founding director of Sundance Institute’s Feature Film Program, was awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.

Both actresses attended the Golden Globe 2024 award night hosted on Sunday. For her amazing performance in Oppenheimer, she was nominated for the award. Her husband accompanied her on the red carpet.

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