Selena Gomez exudes confidence in a black tuxedo and cropped pants as she strolls with her Captain A’s at the Academy Museum Gala in Los Angeles
Selena Gomez sparked her confidence when she hit the red carpet before the Academy Museum Gala, which is being held at the museum’s headquarters in Los Angeles.
The actress, 30, styled a matching black tuxedo jacket and flared pants that highlight her silhouette.
Her tufts of raven hair were tucked behind her ears and styled into soft strands that hung down her back.
Self-confident: Selena Gomez has dazzled on the red carpet ahead of the Academy Awards Gala, which is being held at the museum’s headquarters in Los Angeles
The Disney Channel alum was accessorized with sparkling chandelier earrings that touched the tops of her shoulders, as well as a silver ring.
Selena let her natural beauty shine through by opting for a simple makeup look that consisted of a shimmering brown smokey eye and a glossy nude lip.
She walked the star-studded red carpet in a pair of black sandals that showed off her bright white pedicure.
Julia Roberts is set to receive her first-ever Icon Award at the Academy Museum Gala.
Chic: The actress, 30, styled a matching black tuxedo jacket and flared pants that highlight her textured figure.
When it was first held last September, the star-studded event brought in $11 million for the new museum, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Other honorees this year include Dr. Strange’s star Tilda Swinton, who has been awarded the Visionary Award, which honors “an artist or researcher whose extensive work has advanced the art of cinema.”
The Vantage Award that celebrates “an artist or scholar who has helped contextualize and challenge the dominant narratives around cinema” will go to Steve McQueen, director of 12 Years A Slave and Shame.
Parasite producer Mickey Lee, who also happens to be Vice Chair of the Academy Museum Board of Directors, will receive the Pilar Prize in honor of her “exemplary leadership and support for the Academy Museum.”
Stylish: her raven hair was tucked behind her ears and styled into soft strands that hung down her back.
Sparkle: Disney Channel accessories are studded with sparkling chandelier earrings that touch her shoulder tops, along with a silver ring.
Academy Award-winning actresses Lupita Nyong’o and Halle Berry co-chaired the ceremony with television producer Ryan Murphy and successful horror producer Jason Bloom.
Former TCM host Jacqueline Stewart, who was named head of the Academy Museum in July, paid tribute to Julia earlier this year when it was announced that she had been awarded the Icon Award.
Over the course of her extensive and illustrious career, Julia has embodied iconic characters and unforgettable roles. We are pleased to honor her continued excellence in the industry and her contribution to the arts,”
Natural Beauty: Selena let her natural beauty shine through by opting for a simple makeup look that consisted of a shimmering brown smokey eye and a glossy nude lip.
radiate! Selena looked in high spirits as she waved toward the shutter bugs
“We are so grateful to Julia, Mickey, Steve, Tilda, Rolex, our co-chairs and the host committee for making our second annual party an unforgettable evening.”
The Academy Museum opened last year just four days after the first ceremony, sparking a storm of controversy over his political leanings.
Critics have criticized the museum for emphasizing the contributions of various minorities to the American film industry while all ignoring the white Jewish immigrants from Central and Eastern Europe who played a major role in the creation of Hollywood.
The museum responded to the negative response by announcing in March that it would add a permanent exhibition highlighting the Jewish history of filmmaking.
Upside-down: She was strolling the star-studded red carpet in a pair of black sandals that showed off her glossy white pedicure.
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