From a pixie crop to long, flowing locks, Halle Berry is the queen of hair transformations, but she has really outdone herself this time, debuting a daring new bob on the Oscars red carpet.
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The actress stepped out for the 93rd Academy Awards wearing a stunning purple gown and showcasing a short new hairdo with trendy micro fringe. The star looked thrilled with her choppy new bob as she posed for the cameras in her gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana dress. Halle looked amazing in the strapless design with its eye-catching purple hue, ruched bodice and flowing material.
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When it comes to hairstyles, Halle is an A-list chameleon, changing up her look to suit not only her acting roles but also her personal style. Earlier in the month, the star had mid-length locks, before deciding to go for the dramatic chop.
Halle Berry wowed us with a brand new hairdo
Back in 2017 was the last time that Halle was presenting at the awards, and then she had a totally different look with voluminous natural-looking curls – but again, one thing remained the same, she looked utterly incredible.
Breaking the Academy Awards' almost hundred-year-old history of male dominated categories, this is the first year more than one female director has been nominated in the 'Best Director' category.
The actress stunned in purple
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Directors Chloé Zhao (Nomadland) and Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) were both nominated, with Zhao also becoming the first Asian woman ever to receive a nod.
For the third year in a row, the show did not have an official host, but instead featured a range of famous faces presenting the awards, including Brad Pitt and Zendaya.
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Due to social-distancing regulations, the 2021 Academy Awards was held across two venues in Hollywood - the Dolby Theatre and downtown Los Angeles' historic Union Station. British nominees gathered at the BFI Southbank, where the London Film Festival usually takes place, and joined the show via a live stream.
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