Gal Gadot dazzles in a captivating sequin gown while cozying up to husband Yaron Varsano at Vanity Fair’s glamorous Oscars extravaganza

Gal Gadot and her husband, Yaron Varsano, were in a celebratory mood as they made their way to the prestigious Vanity Fair Oscars after-party. Gal, known for her role as Wonder Woman, turned heads with her daring choice of attire—a sparkling, low-cut blazer dress that elegantly showcased her figure.

Loved-up: Gal Gadot was in the mood to party as she headed to Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party held at the Wallis Annenberg Center with husband Yaron Varsano on Sunday

Headed to the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center, Gal Gadot was in a joyful mood alongside her husband Yaron Varsano. Her outfit choice was captivating, as her dress elegantly showcased her well-toned midriff and offered a glimpse of cleavage. The floor-length gown, adorned with sequins, was enhanced by silk lapels, providing a touch of structure. Gal completed her ensemble with black sandals, silver accessories, and soft curls cascading down her brunette tresses.

Daring display: The Wonder Woman actress, 34, caught the eye as she went braless in a plunging blazer sequin dress

Bold Appearance: The actress, aged 34 and known for her role in Wonder Woman, made a striking impression by going without a bra in a low-cut sequin dress-blazer combo.

Handsome: Yarson, meanwhile, looked dapper in a black suit and matching shirt

Stylish: Yarson, on the other hand, appeared extremely debonair dressed in a smart black suit, perfectly complemented with a matching shirt.

Gal decided to switch her outfit after the award ceremony. She had originally worn a gorgeous black Givenchy blouse with delicate lace floral embroidery that made it slightly see-through. However, she wanted to feel more comfortable and relaxed, so she changed into something else.
On the other hand, Yarson looked incredibly stylish and sophisticated in his sleek black suit, which perfectly matched his shirt.
Back in 2008, the talented actress got married to an Israeli real estate developer, and they have been blessed with two beautiful daughters.
During the Oscars, Gal had the honor of sharing the stage with renowned actresses Sigourney Weaver and Brie Larson as they presented the award for Best Original Score.

Turning heads: The dress plunged down to the naval, showcasing Gal's taut midriff and a hint of cleavage

Plunging: Silk lapels added structure to the black floor-length gown, which was embellished in sequins

Diving: The black gown gracefully swept the floor, adorned with shimmering sequins, while the silk lapels provided a touch of elegance and definition.

Smitten: The actress married Israeli real estate developer in 2008 and they have two daughters together

Enamored: The actress tied the knot with an Israeli real estate developer back in 2008, and the couple now shares the joy of raising their two lovely daughters.
The trio of talented actresses took the stage and engaged in a empowering conversation, directing their focus towards the ongoing fight against gender inequality in the entertainment industry.
Larson initiated the discussion, expressing her deep admiration by stating, ‘I am incredibly privileged to stand alongside my fellow superhero, Gal, and the remarkable woman who paved the way for us, Sigourney Weaver.’
Gadot chimed in, expressing her gratitude, ‘We are truly thankful for you, and it is a tremendous honor to stand by your side – we love you, Sigourney!’
Adding a touch of humor, Gadot jokingly mentioned that ‘all men are welcome, but shirts are strictly forbidden.’ Meanwhile, Larson took charge of keeping track of the prizes for the amusing competition.

Leading ladies: Earlier in the evening, Gal, Brie Larson, 30, Sigourney Weaver, 70, (L-R), presented the honors for Best Original Score onstage at the Dolby Theatre in LA

Renowned actresses Gal Gadot, Brie Larson, and Sigourney Weaver graced the stage at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to present the prestigious Best Original Score award. Each of these leading ladies has made a mark in the action genre, with Weaver immortalized as Ripley in the Alien series, Larson portraying the iconic Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Gadot becoming a household name through her captivating performance in 2017’s Wonder Woman, with a sequel slated for release this summer.

Their collective presence on stage carried a powerful message, one that resonated even more profoundly with the winner of the category – Hildur Guðnadóttir, the composer for the acclaimed film Joker. Guðnadóttir’s well-deserved victory made her the first-ever woman from Iceland to claim an Academy Award, blazing a trail for aspiring female musicians and artists everywhere.

In her acceptance speech, Guðnadóttir amplified the importance of female voices, delivering a resounding call to action to all the girls, women, mothers, and daughters listening. Encouraging them to break their silence and let their voices be heard, she emphasized the necessity of their unique perspectives: “To the girls, to the women, to the mothers, to the daughters who hear the music bubbling within: Please speak up – we need to hear your voices.”

This powerful moment showcased not only the undeniable talent of these leading ladies but also served as a reminder of the impact and influence that strong, empowered women can have on the world.

Place to be: Gal Gadot was a sheer delight as she posed on the Oscars red carpet at Hollywood and Highland this Sunday

Location: Gal had decided to switch her outfit after the award ceremony, opting to remove her stunning black Givenchy blouse that had delicate lace floral embroidery across it.

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