Gal Gadot dazzles in a sequin dress while cozying up to husband Yaron Varsano at Vanity Fair’s Oscars party

At the recent 92nd Academy Awards, Gal Gadot had the honor of presenting the award for Best Original Score. Following the ceremony, she and her husband Yaron Varsano attended the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center. Gal Gadot was in a celebratory mood and turned heads with her stunning look. She confidently rocked a plunging sequin dress without a bra, showcasing her fashion sense and daring attitude.

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

Gal Gadot was all set to party as she made her way to Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center with her husband, Yaron Varsano. She looked smitten as she flaunted her toned midriff and a glimpse of cleavage in a plunging black gown that was accentuated with silk lapels and sequins. Her luscious brown locks were styled in soft curls, and she completed the look with black sandals and silver jewelry. It was a perfect ensemble that exuded style and glamour for the occasion.

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

The actress who played Wonder Woman, 34 years old, made quite a bold fashion statement by opting not to wear a bra underneath a sequined blazer dress with a plunging neckline. Her daring choice definitely turned heads.

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

Yarson appeared quite stylish in his black suit and complementing shirt.

Gal had decided to switch up her outfit for the award ceremony and ditched her see-through black Givenchy blouse with lace floral embroidery. Her husband, Yarson, on the other hand, looked sharp in a well-fitted black suit with a matching shirt. The talented actress tied the knot with an Israeli real estate developer back in 2008, and the couple are proud parents to two lovely daughters. Gal had the privilege of presenting the prestigious award for Best Original Score at the Oscars, and she did it in style alongside Sigourney Weaver and Brie Larson.

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

The black floor-length gown was given more shape and definition with the addition of silk lapels. Furthermore, it was adorned with sequins for added glitz and glamour.

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

Enchanted: The thespian tied the knot with an Israeli property developer back in 2008 and they share two daughters. Three actresses took to the stage, engaging in a powerful discussion centered on the ongoing struggle against gender inequality in the entertainment industry. Larson initiated the conversation by saying, “I am beyond thrilled to stand beside my fellow superhero, Gal, and the woman who paved the way for us, Sigourney Weaver.” Gadot chimed in, expressing gratitude towards Weaver, saying “We are incredibly grateful to you and it’s an absolute honor to be standing with you – we love you Sigourney!” To keep things light, Gadot playfully suggested that “all men were welcome to participate, but they must go shirtless,” while Larson kept track of the competition’s prizes.

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

The Dolby Theatre in LA was graced by some of Hollywood’s leading ladies, including Gal Gadot, Brie Larson and Sigourney Weaver. All three actresses have led their own action franchises, with Weaver playing Ripley in the Alien series, Larson as Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Gadot in the titular role of Wonder Woman. The trio presented the honors for Best Original Score, which was won by Hildur Guðnadóttir, making her the first woman from Iceland to win an Academy Award. Guðnadóttir’s heartfelt acceptance speech included a message of empowerment for women everywhere, urging them to speak up and let their voices be heard.

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

Gal had decided to switch up her outfit after the award ceremony. She swapped her sheer black Givenchy top, adorned with beautiful floral lace embroidery, for something else.

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