Known for her sophisticated sense of style, Selena Gomez made a stunning appearance at the 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards on Sunday, donning an elegant red gown from Louis Vuitton with a graceful train as she arrived at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. The actress, aged 29, was a sight to behold in the complete ensemble.
Selena Gomez, who is 29 years old, displayed an elegant appearance in a red halterneck gown at the Critics Choice Awards in LA on Sunday. Her sophisticated ensemble featured keyhole detailing at the bust and a glittering halterneck with a diamond-encrusted fastening. Selena slicked back her brunette locks into a chic low ponytail with a deep side parting that tumbled down her back.
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Gallery View: Looking glamorous, she slicked back her brunette locks into a chic low ponytail with a deep side parting that tumbled down her back.
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Gallery View: The actress stunned in the Louis Vuitton ensemble, complete with an elegant train at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
The 27th annual awards show was co-hosted by Taye Diggs and Nicole Byer and took place in California, with a second red carpet in London at The Savoy Hotel for stars who did not make it to Los Angeles. The broadcast featured footage from both the LA and London events for a unique twist on the show. Originally scheduled to occur on January 9, The Critics Choice Awards were postponed due to the surge in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant.
Chic: The garment showcased a stunning train design with a captivating cape style that gracefully flowed over her shoulders.
On January 13th, the Critics Choice Association announced that they would proceed with an in-person event and work with the Los Angeles County Public Health Department to ensure proper COVID-19 protocols for attendees will be in place by March 13th. “Following the science and tracking the course of the Omicron variant, we believe that March 13th will be the right day to properly honor the finest achievements in film and television during the past year,” said CCA CEO Joey Berlin in the statement. While they could have proceeded with their original January 9th date with limited attendance or switched to a virtual awards show like last year, they decided to wait until they could safely gather in person and truly celebrate with the creative community, industry leaders, and their CCA members in one beautiful setting for all the world to see.
Event: The 27th annual awards ceremony was co-hosted by Taye Diggs and Nicole Byer and took place in California, with a second red carpet in London at The Savoy Hotel.