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Broadway star Julianne Hough gets fans talking with 'spectacular' new pictures

Julianne's Broadway play has three Tony nominations

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Rebecca Lewis
Rebecca LewisReporterLos Angeles
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Julianne Hough rocked a stunning vintage YSL dress on Monday to attend the annual Robin Hood ball - the same day her Broaway musical received three Tony nominations.

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The actress and dancer wore the strapless black polka dot gown that featured a ruched chest and fabulous A-line sheer skirt that flared out from the hips. "Having a NYC moment in this Vintage 1981 Haute Couture YSL," she captioned pictures of the outfit, revealing she purchased the number from Shrimpton Couture, an online shopping destination.

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"This is SPECTACULAR on you! Yves would have loved to see you wear his couture so beautifully,' Shrimpton commented while pal Amanda Kloots called her "Stunning".

In a second post Julianne shared outtakes of her night with friends, several of which were out-of-focus including one of her with her dress sliding up her leg as she buckled up her black heels.

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The benefit saw the organization raise $126M to fight poverty in NYC by investing in early childhood programs.

Charlie Puth and John Legend both performed for guests while Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his family made a $10 million contribution, and donated a once-in-a-lifetime auction item: a trip to space for two on its New Shepard rocket which was sold for $8 million.

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Julianne wore vintage YSL

Julianne's night out also comes after good news for her Broadway show POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive, after it received three Tony nominations - two for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play and one for Best Scenic Design of a Play.

Julianne was forced to take a break after catching COVID-19 but is now back on stage.

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Fans loved the look

She wrote: "So happy to be returning with this astounding cast and our incredible crew. What an absolute joy and pleasure it has been literally playing with these women for the past 6 weeks. Not to mention getting a master class daily from the one and only @stromansource - Wow! What is life?!?!"

The performer continued: "Never in my wildest dreams did I even begin to understand how astonishing the Broadway community is. Thank you for welcoming me with such kindness. If I may put in a request… I'd like to be here as long as you'll have me!"

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