Braless Addison Rae leaves little to the imagination in a racy black sheer dress as she attends the 3rd Annual Academy Museum Gala in LA
Addison Rae turned heads in a show-stopping ensemble as she graced the red carpet of the star-studded 3rd Annual Academy Museum Gala at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
The American star, 23, showed off her jaw-dropping figure in a revealing black sheer dress which exposed her matching underwear.
The bombshell went braless flaunting her toned curves in the plunging gown, which featured black rhinestone embellishments.
The sensational number featured a plunging neckline with cut-out details, drawing attention to her slender cleavage and neck.
Addison oozed glamour in the garment, which also presented a low back opening – catching everyone’s eye as she stunned in a slew of sultry poses.
The dancer kept the jewellery to the minimum, adding only small dainty earrings – and wore her honey-coloured hair in perfect waves.
The Obsessed hitmaker boosted her natural looks with a subtle make-up palette and finished off with cherry lipstick and blush.
Placing her hands on her hips, the stunner donned a cheerful grin for the camera as she kept dazzling in the revealing gown.
The annual Academy Museum Gala was launched in 2021 and aims to raise funds for the museum’s exhibitions and public programming.
The event always draws in a red carpet so star-studded it rivals the Academy Awards themselves and the inaugural gala managed to raise a whopping $11 million for the museum.
Several stars were also honoured at the glamorous soirée, including Meryl Streep, who picked up the Icon Award, which celebrates an artist whose career has had a significant global cultural impact.
Michael B. Jordan picked up the Vantage Award, which honours an emerging artist or scholar who is helping to contextualize and challenge dominant narratives around cinema.
Oprah Winfrey received the Pillar Award, which acknowledges exemplary leadership and support for the Academy Museum.
Sofia Coppola was honoured with the Visionary Award, which celebrates an artist or scholar whose innovations have advanced the art of cinema.
‘We are excited to gather again at our third annual Academy Museum Gala to celebrate the power, global impact, and indelible importance of cinema,’ Jacqueline Stewart, director and president of the Academy Museum, said in a statement earlier this year.
‘I am truly honored to recognize four artists, Meryl Streep, Michael B. Jordan, Oprah Winfrey and Sofia Coppola, whose creativity and pᴀssion have inspired and shaped our culture in such powerful ways.’
The event was initially set to take place in October but was postponed following the Hamas attack on Israel.
There had been concerns that the Hollywood strikes would also impact the event but these came to an end earlier this year.
The Hollywood actors’ strike finally came to an end last month after 118 days, concluding the longest strike ever for film and television actors.
The month before the writers’ strike came to an end, when they celebrated a new deal with a five percent pay bump, streaming bonuses and protection against AI.