Halle Berry risks wardrobe malfunction in daring dress
HALLE Berry left little to the imagination as she wore a daring see-through dress to the 49th Annual NAACP Image Awards in California on Monday night.
The Oscar-winning actress looked stunning in the unusual gown that showed off her amazing physique, The Sun reports.
The strapless gown featured an embellished red and black bodice with the material continuing down the sides before cascading into a train.
The front and back of her dress was made up of a sheer black polka dot material with a strategically placed black lace panel up the middle.
Posing for the cameras, Halle, 51, showed off her toned bum in the racy number.
She let her dress do the talking and accessorised with black earrings, a ring and sling back stiletto heels.
The NAACP Image Awards took place on Martin Luther King Day.
They celebrate the "achievements of people of colour in motion pictures, television, music and literature".
Orange Is The New Black star Laverne Cox was also in attendance and was delighted to meet her "inspiration," Halle Berry.
Writing on Instagram, she said: "I finally met @halleberry tonight. I got teary. She has been such a huge inspiration for me for so much of my life.
"Thank you Ms. Berry for your incredible career and all the inspiration and being so sweet as I totally fanned out."
Big winners on the night included Daniel Kaluuya who scooped Best Actor In A Motion Picture for Get Out and Octavia Spencer who won Best Actress for Gifted.
This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission.