Gal Gadot shines in a stunning sequin ensemble while enjoying a cozy moment with husband Yaron Varsano at Vanity Fair’s Oscars soiree

She had the honor of announcing the winner for Best Original Score at the 92nd Academy Awards. Gal Gadot was all set to have a good time as she made her way to Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center with her husband Yaron Varsano on Sunday night. The 34-year-old actress, known for her role as Wonder Woman, turned heads with her daring choice of outfit – a sequin dress with a plunging neckline, opting to go braless for the occasion.

Loved-up: Gal Gadot was in the mood to party as she headed to Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party held at the Wallis Annenberg Center with husband Yaron Varsano on Sunday

Gal Gadot and her husband Yaron Varsano were all smiles as they attended Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center. Gal looked stunning in a plunging gown that showed off her toned midsection and a touch of cleavage. The black floor-length dress was adorned with sequins and featured silk lapels for added elegance. Her brunette hair was styled in soft curls, and she completed the look with black sandals and silver accessories. The couple was clearly in the mood to celebrate and enjoy the night.

Daring display: The Wonder Woman actress, 34, caught the eye as she went braless in a plunging blazer sequin dress

Bold move: The 34-year-old Wonder Woman star made a statement by forgoing a bra and wearing a low-cut sequin blazer dress.

Handsome: Yarson, meanwhile, looked dapper in a black suit and matching shirt

Dashing: Yarson, on the other hand, appeared stylish in a sleek black suit paired with a matching shirt.

Gal had swapped her outfit from the event earlier, trading her sheer black Givenchy top with delicate lace details for something else. Yarson was styled impeccably in a sleek black suit with a matching shirt. The actress tied the knot with an Israeli real estate mogul in 2008 and they now share two daughters. During the Oscars, Gal had the opportunity to present the award for Best Original Score alongside fellow actresses Sigourney Weaver and Brie Larson on stage.

Turning heads: The dress plunged down to the naval, showcasing Gal's taut midriff and a hint of cleavage

Plunging: Silk lapels added structure to the black floor-length gown, which was embellished in sequins

Diving deep: The black evening gown was given a touch of elegance with structured silk lapels and adorned with shimmering sequins.

Smitten: The actress married Israeli real estate developer in 2008 and they have two daughters together

Enamored: The actress tied the knot with an Israeli real estate mogul in 2008, and they share two daughters.

The trio of talented actresses came together on stage, engaging in a powerful conversation about the ongoing fight against gender inequality in the entertainment industry.

Larson started off by expressing, ‘I am incredibly honored to be standing next to my fellow superhero, Gal, and the trailblazer who paved the way for us, Sigourney Weaver.’

Gadot chimed in, ‘We are so thankful for you and it’s a privilege to stand alongside you – we adore you, Sigourney!’

Gadot playfully mentioned that ‘men are welcome to join, but no shirts are allowed,’ as Larson playfully kept tabs on the prizes for the competition.

Leading ladies: Earlier in the evening, Gal, Brie Larson, 30, Sigourney Weaver, 70, (L-R), presented the honors for Best Original Score onstage at the Dolby Theatre in LA

At the prestigious Dolby Theatre in LA, leading ladies Gal, Brie Larson, and Sigourney Weaver graced the stage to present the award for Best Original Score. These talented actresses, aged 30 to 70, have each made their mark as strong female protagonists in the film industry.

Weaver, known for her iconic role as Ripley in the Alien series, Larson as the fierce Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Gadot, who soared to fame as Wonder Woman in 2017, have all proven themselves as action heroes in their own right. With a Wonder Woman sequel on the horizon, Gadot’s success story continues to inspire.

The powerful message of female empowerment was further emphasized when Joker composer Hildur Guðnadóttir made history as the first woman from Iceland to win an Academy Award in her category. In her acceptance speech, Guðnadóttir urged women and girls to let their voices be heard and to speak up, encouraging them to share the music that resides within them. Her words resonated deeply with those watching, reminding them of the importance of amplifying women’s voices in the industry.

Place to be: Gal Gadot was a sheer delight as she posed on the Oscars red carpet at Hollywood and Highland this Sunday

Location: Gal had swapped her transparent black Givenchy top with delicate lace floral details, that she had donned at the award show.

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