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The world's most beautiful woman – in an abs-revealing Emilio Pucci gown with Lena Erziak clutch, Brumani earrings and rings by Amrapali and Le Vian – arrives at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles to meet the world's most watched young royals at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts "Brits to Watch" gala Saturday night.
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The Weeds star takes a bold stand on the red carpet, wearing a plunging mermaid gown with floral accoutrements by Dolce amp Gabbana.
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The British-born Larry Crowne star looks appropriately regal in a royal blue Reem Acra dress, accentuated with just a little sparkle.
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Continuing the one-shoulder trend, the Grown Ups actress glides into the BAFTA gala in a shimmering Donna Karan dress, matching Rene Caovilla heels and jewelry by Vram for Gray Gallery.
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The New Girl star opts for something a bit shorter, working a platinum-hued, silk organza dress by Oscar de la Renta.
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She may be short, but the Broadway darling stands tall in a patterned frock by BCBG Max Azria. Tweeting that she couldn't wait to meet the "Duck and Dutchess" (oops!) she later corrected her spelling and said she had the "best time. They were lovely."
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Mrs. Tom Hanks, who met the Queen in May, prepares to meet the younger royals on Saturday in a sparkly, cap-sleeved gown.
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Judd Apatow's leading lady is also in the pink, flaunting her curves in a high-neck gown by L'Wren Scott.
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