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Gracie McGraw rocks perfect fall fashion for a new picture that leaves sister Audrey stunned

Fans loved the look

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Rebecca Lewis
Rebecca Lewis - Los Angeles
Los Angeles correspondentLos Angeles
July 29, 2022
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Gracie McGraw has wowed fans who branded the budding Broadway star "beautiful" as she shared a sultry new snap.

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The actress and singer wore the perfect dress for fall, a ribbed rust-colored midi bodycon dress. With her hair tied back and a swipe of bold red lipstick, the star posed with her arm raised and leaning against the green mosaic wall for the "bathroom shoot".

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Her sister Audrey was one of the first to comment, simply writing: "Uhm OKAYYYY."

"That's a beautiful color, superb on you!!!! Gorgeous," added another fan as many called the picture "beautiful" and left fire emojis.

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Gracie is a regular on her social media channel, posting selfies and moments from her life, but Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's daughter seems busy as ever focused on her career in the theatre.

Gracie has big dreams of being a Broadway star, and she seems well on her way to becoming one.

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Gracie wowed fans with the look

The young talent had fans in tears with a recent post on Instagram, as she shared a new video showing her singing The Life I Never Led from Sister Act. She belted out the emotional song perfectly, and fans including Rita Wilson were quick to react.

The actress wrote: "Gracie!!! Incredible!!"

Gracie recently moved to New York to pursue her dream but she has not been afraid to speak out over injustices, recently posting a comment and sharing her sadness over "corrupt Broadway and Hollywood" in a candid message on Instagram.

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She has been outspoken on social media

"Not the industry continuing to champion people who exhibit bad behavior towards certain groups *cough cough*," she began.

"There are plenty of capable and willing actors who are nice people who work their asses off who never get the chance because of how corrupt Broadway and Hollywood are…. Just when we think it's changing a little, you dig deeper and you find out it really isn't changing at all."

 Gracie didn't explain the reason behind her message, but it came just hours after it was revealed that Glee star Lea Michele is replacing Beanie Feldstein in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl.

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