Aubrey Plaza, 38, had all eyes on her on the weekend as she arrived on the SAG Awards in a daring cut-out gold robe, exposing her underboob and toned midriff. Nevertheless, the costume divided viewers, with many criticising the revealing look, main the Hollywood stars’ stylist to defend the actress on Instagram.
Aubrey took to the stage on the Display screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday when the White Lotus solid acquired a gong.
She seemed sensational in a Michael Kors criss-cross halter neckline costume, additionally that includes a sultry thigh-high slit.
Nevertheless, the underboob-exposing aspect of the gold costume was met with criticism when the outfit was shared on Instagram by style blogger Test the Tag.
Social media consumer Karutek wrote: “I really like her however the costume is horrible.”
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Nevertheless, the suspicious behaviour continued when F. Murray Abraham made a speech and despatched a prayer, earlier than shouting “union ceaselessly!”, with Aubrey showing to mouth quietly “Jesus Christ,” below her breath.
Alongside together with her on-screen husband, Will Sharpe, she was one of many first of the solid to exit the stage as lots of her co-stars had been nonetheless embracing one another.
Many took to Twitter to answer Aubrey’s SAG Awards mannerisms, as Adam wrote: “What’s going on with Aubrey Plaza and the remainder of the White Lotus solid?
“She seemed like she hated being up there and instantly ran off stage whereas everybody within the solid was congratulating and hugging one another #SAGAwards.”
Sam added: “Why was Aubrey Plaza so mad to win for White Lotus? #SAGAwards.”
An insider, nevertheless, spoke to the MailOnline, and mentioned her response was a “direct results of her virtually being elbowed in her face”.
The insider additionally claimed Aubrey’s mood was additional aggravated when her co-star Jon Gries warned her that her “boob was hanging out” of her risque robe.
The White Lotus solid had taken to the stage to simply accept the SAG Award for Finest Ensemble in a Drama Collection.