Amanda Seyfried's Dior Dress Keeps Malfunctioning at Critics Choice Awards



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Amanda Seyfried's Dior Dress Keeps Malfunctioning at Critics Choice Awards

Actress Amanda Seyfried walked the red carpet at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday night in a stunning Dior gown, styled by Elizabeth Stewart. The gold chiffon off-the-shoulder dress was accessorized with a gold and blue necklace and matching Cartier earrings, and completed with a golden manicure and bright red lipstick.

However, despite the beautiful appearance of the dress, it experienced multiple fabric tears throughout the night.

Dress Keeps "breaking"

The 37-year-old actress, who won Best Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie Made for Television for her role as Elizabeth Holmes in the hit series "The Dropout", revealed the dress's condition in an interview.

“It’s old, it keeps breaking,” she said. “It keeps ripping. I’m actually not kidding, it keeps breaking. “I’m just going to take off my dress,” she teased as one of her sleeves fell down her arm.

“It keeps ripping. It’s fine. Literally it’s fine. Honestly it’s old, it’s beautiful!” The actress later donned a coat to cover the damage to the dress while on stage to accept the award for Best Limited Series.

Despite the mishap, Seyfried seemed to take it in stride, noting that the dress's gold color made her feel like a winner even if she didn't take home an award. “It’s a statue dress so if I don’t get one, at least I look like one,” she said.

Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried is a well-known American actress, singer, and model. She began her acting career in the early 2000s and has since appeared in numerous films, including Mean Girls, Mamma Mia!, Les Misérables, and A Million Ways to Die in the West.

She has also had notable roles in television series such as Veronica Mars and Big Love. Seyfried has received critical acclaim for her performances, earning nominations for several awards such as a Golden Globe and an Emmy.

In recent years, she has also ventured into producing, with her production company Fable House producing the Netflix series "Mank" and the upcoming film "The End of Love" in which she also stars. She is known for her versatility as an actress, taking on a wide range of roles and characters throughout her career.