She makes the whole place shimmer.
Amanda Seyfried sizzled in an Alexander McQueen bustier at the premiere of her Apple TV+ miniseries, “The Crowded Room,” at New York’s Museum of Modern Art last night.
“The Mean Girls” star, 37, wore a black leather bra top covered in sparkling rhinestones at the event, showing off her toned abs.
She teamed the crisscross top with a pair of loose black trousers and black pumps, adding a pair of sunglasses at one point as she posed for photographers.
Seyfried — who won a 2023 Golden Globe for her portrayal of Elizabeth Holmes in “The Dropout” — wore her blond hair slicked back in a long, sleek style and sported bold purple eyeshadow for the premiere.
The mom of two wore diamond statement earrings from Cartier to match the sparkling detail on her top.
Her husband and “Crowded Room” co-star Thomas Sadoski — who she secretly married in 2017 — joined her for a rare red carpet appearance last night, with the actor sporting black trousers and a burgundy jacket.
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Tom Holland and Emmy Rossum also star in the dramatic miniseries, which follows a young man who is arrested for a 1979 shooting while a clinical psychologist (played by Seyfried) sets out to find the truth behind the crime.
This isn’t the first glittery look Seyfried has sported this year; in January, the “Mamma Mia” actress wore a metallic gold Dior gown that she told “Access Hollywood” almost fell apart on the Critics Choice Awards red carpet.
“It keeps breaking. I’m not kidding!” she told the outlet, adding, “My dress is falling off.”
Fortunately, last night’s bustier didn’t have the same issues as her archival gown.