Not not like the characters in her newest sequence Primarily based on a True Story, Kaley Cuoco actually is aware of easy methods to kill … in a costume, that’s.
Her look from the 52nd annual Grammy Awards is a good distance from suburbia. Again in 2010, The Huge Bang Concept star slayed on the purple carpet, carrying a standout black silk costume with a practice that gathered at her toes. It plunged all the way down to her abdomen and met draping on the waist. Barely shiny, the fabric’s sheen gave all of it a classy, elevated look.
Grabbing all the eye, the robe took middle stage as she merely accessorized with two silver bangles and a leopard print bedazzled clutch. Kaley wore her platinum blonde hair and aspect bangs straight to match the silky outfit.
Leaning into the smoky eye pattern, Kaley complemented the sultry ensemble with a black smolder that made her gentle inexperienced eyes pop. A flush of blush and a lightweight pink lip softened the darkish shadow.
Impressed far past its debut, followers resurfaced the purple carpet second on Reddit. “Goddess-level perfection,” one individual wrote beneath the thread. “One among my favourite seems to be of her ever,” one other added. “She seems to be so extremely stunning in that costume ❤️,” a special individual replied.
The throwback second seems to be a stark distinction to the starlet’s present curly brunette hair with chunky bangs — the identical her onscreen counterpart, Ava, adopted in Primarily based on a True Story.
It hinges on a realtor (performed by Kaley), a former tennis star (Chris Messina) and a plumber (Tom Bateman) who seize the chance to capitalize on America’s obsession with true crime. You possibly can catch all eight episodes of the satirical thriller on Peacock — streaming proper now.
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