Rebel Wilson served double the appearance for her big hosting gig.
The Aussie comedian, 42, arrived in pure glamor on Sunday for the 75th British Academy Film Awards, dripping in blue sequins in a strapless Giambattista Valli Couture dress, which was trimmed in tiered black tulle with a black satin bow at the size.
Her stylist Elizabeth Stewart completed the red carpet look with a pair of custom sparkly black Jimmy Choo ankle boots and Bulgari jewelry.
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Wilson then took the stage in a custom Miu Miu dress in plunging red sequins with padded shoulders and a gathered waist, accentuating her curves.
Although the Perfect alum joked that his BAFTA hosting spot “wasn’t going to be funny because I’m not fat anymore,” that couldn’t have been further from the truth. She served up plenty of laughs at the awards show, while taking a darker tone to acknowledge the current turmoil of war in Ukraine.
Wilson previously spoke to PEOPLE about his 77 pounds. weight loss journey and overcoming emotional eating. “Last year, for the very first time, I put my health first,” she said in November.
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“And even though it was my 40th year, I was like, it’s never too late to get better or to improve your health,” Wilson added. “I shouldn’t feel sad or blame myself for it. I should just be proud of myself for doing it.”
the Isn’t it romantic The actress clarified that she had “always been a very confident person” and that her weight loss was not the catalyst for that.
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“But you feel better about yourself,” she explained. “I’m not perfect, like, I still eat emotionally sometimes, there are stressful things going on in my life and in my work that can be high pressure, … but I’m not perfect. I have [just] learned to manage things.”