Kate Hudson and 9-1-1 star Angela Bassett were among the Hollywood A-listers who attended the BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon.
Kate Hudson and Angela Bassett were among the Hollywood A-listers who attended the BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon.
The stars didn't let the rainy weather that hit the city after days of reprieve dampen their spirits as awards season continued at the annual lunchtime bash. Kate wore classic LA chic in a midi-length knit skirt and a Galvan London crop top both in a pale shade of yellow and paired with a warm oversized Galvan London overcoat in a warmer tone.
Kate and Angela wowed in bold looks
The Fabletics founder, 43 has been promoting her new Netflix hit Glass Onion along with co-star Janelle Monae, with both hoping the film picks up awards along the way.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star Angela kept it cool in a bold white power suit with embroidered detailing, while her fellow awards hopeful Michelle Yoeh looked incredible a lilac blazer paired with matching culottes.
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Michelle Yeoh and Michelle Williams bought color to the carpet
Michelle Williams brought some sunshine to the grey day with a bright sixties shift dress while Top Gun: Maverick stars Greg Tarzan Davis and Jay Ellis looked cool in tailored suits, with Greg rocking a mint green look and Jay all in black.
The event comes one day before the same stars will be walking the red carpet of the 2023 Critics Choice Awards, which Chlesea Handler will be hosting, and just day after the 80th Golden Globe Awards.
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Top Gun: Maverick stars Jay and Greg rocked tailored suits
Returning to its familiar format after going on hiatus last year due to controversy, the Globes - which were hosted by US comedian Jerrod Carmichael - saw Angela pick up a best supporting actress win and Michelle a best actress win.
Colin Farrell and Austin Butler also won awards, making the four some of this year's frontrunners.
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