Hollywood and French film royalty walk the Cannes red carpet
Hollywood and French film royalty walk the Cannes red carpet
Here is a video of a young Aishwarya Rai introducing herself and this is before she won the Miss World pageant
19 May, 2017, 21:21
However Bella's first red carpet outing at the prestigious film festival saw her suffer an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as her high split left her underwear exposed while posing for cameras.
Hailey, 20, also posted a photograph of the three women on the yacht in the south of France, where the 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival is now being staged. The red carpet was filled with stars like Marion Cotillard, Julianne Moore, Naomi Harris, Sara Sampaio, Bella Hadid, Uma Thurman and more.
The top of the gown, a corset-style design, included a plunging sweetheart neckline while the floor-length skirt featured a slash up to her groin.
The 31-year-old actress let her long tresses loose, while opting for bold, dark lips and nails to compliment her attire. Bella completed her outfit with strappy stilettos and a stunningly elegant sapphire necklace.
Bella Hadid naturally attracts flashes on her, they redouble in intensity when, inadvertently, she reveals a little too much. She paid the price for wearing a dangerously high slit dress.
The opening night of the 70th Cannes Film Festival saw movies stars and models take to the red carpet for the opening night gala screening of Ismael's Ghosts.
In one clip, the sister of supermodel Gigi is even seen holding on to Emily's famously busty chest as they writhe against each other on the desk of the luxurious yacht. If this look is any indication, Dundas is surely about to change the red carpet game. Johnny Depp's daughter, the 17-year-old actress and model Lily-Rose Depp, appeared in a white dress with gold trimmings. While Deepika Padukone, who walked the red carpet of the coveted fest for the second time made heads turn with her jewel-toned Marchesa gown, there was another diva, who also grabbed a lot of attention, but for wrong reasons.
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