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Amazing: Amanda Seyfried looked just as glamorous as always in a pink princess-inspired dress with tulle details at the Jaeger-LeCoultre gala dinner in Venice, Italy, on Friday
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It is one of the most prestigious events in the showbiz calendar.

And Amanda Seyfried looked as glamorous as she always did in a pink princess-inspired dress with tulle details when posing at the Jaeger-LeCoultre gala dinner in Venice, Italy, on Friday.

The actress, 33, looked radiant during the 76th Venice Film Festival and her quirky pink dress stood out at the prestigious affair.

Amazing: Amanda Seyfried looked just as glamorous as always in a pink princess-inspired dress with tulle details at the Jaeger-LeCoultre gala dinner in Venice, Italy, on Friday

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Amazing: Amanda Seyfried looked just as glamorous as always in a pink princess-inspired dress with tulle details at the Jaeger-LeCoultre gala dinner in Venice, Italy, on Friday

Amanda looked beautiful in the one-shoulder dress, which had the most whimsical waterfall hems and a structured body that showed its enviable waist.

The beautiful actress wowed in the pearly dress with an unusual oversized paper clip function and completed the look by styling her shiny golden locks in a complicated updo.

While her complexion glowed, Amanda opted for natural makeup with a subtle pink lip gloss.

The Mean Girls icon adorned with subtle silver jewelry, but chose to contrast her outfit with a pair of sandals with dark heels.

Glowing: the actress, 33, looked radiant during the 76th Venice Film Festival and her quirky pink dress turned the attention to the prestigious affair
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Glowing: the actress, 33, looked radiant during the 76th Venice Film Festival and her quirky pink dress turned the attention to the prestigious affair

Glowing: the actress, 33, looked radiant during the 76th Venice Film Festival and her quirky pink dress turned the attention to the prestigious affair

Amanda's detailed dress also had a transparent design through the textured bodice and showed off her incredible figure.

The mother-of-one attended the prestigious gala dinner organized by Jaeger-LeCoultre in Italy during the 76th Venice Film Festival.

She was accompanied by a large number of other stars, including Catherine Renier, Charlotte Groeneveld, Alessandra Mastronardi, Ross McCall, Jenny Cipoletti and Nicholas Hoult.

Glamorous: the beautiful actress wowed in the pearly dress with an unusual oversized paper clip function and finished the look by styling her shiny golden locks in a complicated updo
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Glamorous: the beautiful actress wowed in the pearly dress with an unusual oversized paper clip function and finished the look by styling her shiny golden locks in a complicated updo

Glamorous: the beautiful actress wowed in the pearly dress with an unusual oversized paper clip function and finished the look by styling her shiny golden locks in a complicated updo

Princess: Amanda looked beautiful in the one-shoulder dress, which had the most whimsical waterfall hems and a structured body that showed its enviable waist

Princess: Amanda looked beautiful in the one-shoulder dress, which had the most whimsical waterfall hems and a structured body that showed its enviable waist

Princess: Amanda looked beautiful in the one-shoulder dress, which had the most whimsical waterfall hems and a structured body that showed its enviable waist

Amanda & # 39; s latest on-screen project was her role in the new movie, The Art of Racing in the Rain.

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The star was excited when she could take her pet pooch with her when she promoted the film – because it focused on life through the eyes of a dog.

The Art of Racing in the Rain follows the story of dog Enzo (narrated by Kevin Costner) while navigating the life journey with owners Denny (Milo Ventimiglia) and Eve Swift (Amanda Seyfried).

The Art of Racing in the Rain came to the cinema in early August.

Recent work: Amanda & # 39; s newest project was her role in the movie, The Art of Racing in the Rain, which came to the cinema in early August

Recent work: Amanda & # 39; s newest project was her role in the movie, The Art of Racing in the Rain, which came to the cinema in early August

Recent work: Amanda & # 39; s newest project was her role in the movie, The Art of Racing in the Rain, which came to the cinema in early August

Stylish: the Mean Girls icon adorned with subtle silver jewelry, but chose to contrast her outfit with a pair of sandals with dark heels
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Stylish: the Mean Girls icon adorned with subtle silver jewelry, but chose to contrast her outfit with a pair of sandals with dark heels

Stylish: the Mean Girls icon adorned with subtle silver jewelry, but chose to contrast her outfit with a pair of sandals with dark heels

Imagine a pose: the mother-of-one attended the prestigious gala dinner in Italy during the 76th Venice Film Festival (Amanda pictured with CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre, Catherine Renier)

Imagine a pose: the mother-of-one attended the prestigious gala dinner in Italy during the 76th Venice Film Festival (Amanda pictured with CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre, Catherine Renier)

Imagine a pose: the mother-of-one attended the prestigious gala dinner in Italy during the 76th Venice Film Festival (Amanda pictured with CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre, Catherine Renier)

Amanda met her husband Tom Sadoski in 2016 on the set of the movie The Last Word.

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The Mamma Mia! star tied the knot with Thomas in a secret ceremony in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter into the world.

She recently admitted that she would like to have a second meeting with her friends and family in the near future to celebrate their wedding because she loves extravagant marriages.

Talked about an episode of The DEN meditation& # 39; s new podcast, DENtalks, she said: & # 39; I love the big wedding. I mean, we are married, so we don't really have to marry again, but it would be nice to have a ceremony. & # 39;

Guests: She was accompanied by a host of other stars, including CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre Catherine Renier Scottish actor Ross McCall and To Rome with Love actress Alessandra Mastronardi

Guests: She was accompanied by a host of other stars, including CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre Catherine Renier Scottish actor Ross McCall and To Rome with Love actress Alessandra Mastronardi

Guests: She was accompanied by a host of other stars, including CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre Catherine Renier Scottish actor Ross McCall and To Rome with Love actress Alessandra Mastronardi

Sultry: The Flowers of War actress Ni Ni also attended the prestigious affair. She looked stylish in a velvet black dress with pointy bodices
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Sultry: The Flowers of War actress Ni Ni also attended the prestigious affair. She looked stylish in a velvet black dress with pointy bodices

Sultry: The Flowers of War actress Ni Ni also attended the prestigious affair. She looked stylish in a velvet black dress with pointy bodices

& # 39; I love the idea that family and friends come together to celebrate your love. Beautiful. Great, & # 39; the star added Les Miserables.

The actress wanted to get her dick before her daughter was born, because she told him her & # 39; husband & # 39; wanted to be able to call.

She explained: “It was just for us and there were two strangers there, this wonderful woman, and in Topanga Canyon and her husband who was so sweet, so sweet.

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& # 39; I mean, we didn't even have vows. We just stared at each other and it was really emotional and cool and it was, it was exactly, it was exactly as it should have been. & # 39;

Home life: Amanda met her husband Tom Sadoski in 2016 on the set of The Last Word. The star met with Thomas in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter

Home life: Amanda met her husband Tom Sadoski in 2016 on the set of The Last Word. The star met with Thomas in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter

Home life: Amanda met her husband Tom Sadoski in 2016 on the set of The Last Word. The star met with Thomas in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter

The 76th Venice Film Festival sees a long-awaited line-up competing for the coveted Golden Lion Award, with many great Hollywood photos that premiere at the annual showcase.

Hirokazu Kore-eda – who won the Palm d & # 39; Or in Cannes for his film Shoplifters 2018 – opened the festival with his latest photo The Truth

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Leader of the so-called Hollywood contenders is the highly anticipated Joker, directed by The Hangover & Todd Phillips, and sees the critically acclaimed Joaquin Phoenix play the iconic DC villain in a realistic view of his origins story.

Festival: the 76th Venice Film Festival sees a line-up competing for the coveted Golden Lion Award, with many great Hollywood photos that premiere at the annual showcase

Festival: the 76th Venice Film Festival sees a line-up competing for the coveted Golden Lion Award, with many great Hollywood photos that premiere at the annual showcase

Festival: the 76th Venice Film Festival sees a line-up competing for the coveted Golden Lion Award, with many great Hollywood photos that premiere at the annual showcase

Dark: Joker tells the story of a failed comedian Arthur Fleck - played by Joaquin Phoenix - who ultimately finds himself in a hurry of crime and destruction as the DC villain The Joker

Dark: Joker tells the story of a failed comedian Arthur Fleck - played by Joaquin Phoenix - who ultimately finds himself in a hurry of crime and destruction as the DC villain The Joker

Dark: Joker tells the story of a failed comedian Arthur Fleck – played by Joaquin Phoenix – who ultimately finds himself in a hurry of crime and destruction as the DC villain The Joker

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The laundry – directed by Steven Soderbergh and the first of the participants of Netflix in Venice – also debuts with Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas, and recalls the infamous Panama Papers scandal.

Wedding story – in which Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver play – will also compete for the Golden Lion and tells the story of the heavy separation of a couple. The film is also distributed by Netflix.

Competing outside the competition is the adaptation of Shakespeare and Netflix release The King, directed by David Michôd and starring Call Me By Your Name as favorite Timothée Chalamet as King Henry V.

The festival has also tried controversy by opting for the latest work by director Roman Polanski, who fled the US after being confronted with historical allegations of sexual abuse, and expelled from the Oscars Academy.

Light-hearted: the launderette plays Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas and recalls the infamous Panama Papers scandal

Light-hearted: the launderette plays Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas and recalls the infamous Panama Papers scandal

Light-hearted: the launderette plays Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas and recalls the infamous Panama Papers scandal

Polanski presents an officer and a spy – or J & # 39; Accuse in French – which focuses on the infamous 19th-century Dreyfuss affair and Oscar winner Jean Dujardin.

The jury is led by Argentine director Lucrecia Martel and also includes Canadian critic Piers Handling, Japanese actor Shinya Tsukamoto and British actress Stacy Martin, who landed her breakout role in 2013 as the younger version of sex addict Joe in the erotic Lars Von Trier Nyphomaniac drama.

Venice was also faced with a kickback last year when none of its Golden Lion participants was helped by a female director.

Shocking: controversial director Roman Polanski presents an officer and a spy - or J & # 39; Accuse in French - that revolves around the notorious 19th-century Dreyfuss affair and star Oscar winner Jean Dujardin

Shocking: controversial director Roman Polanski presents an officer and a spy - or J & # 39; Accuse in French - who revolves around the notorious 19th-century Dreyfuss affair and star Oscar winner Jean Dujardin

Shocking: controversial director Roman Polanski presents an officer and a spy – or J & # 39; Accuse in French – that revolves around the notorious 19th-century Dreyfuss affair and star Oscar winner Jean Dujardin

This year is a slight improvement, with two women-directed films, Babyteeth and The Perfect Candidate.

Julie Andrews, 83, is also rewarded with the coveted Honorary Lion for Life & # 39; s Work to celebrate her incredible 55 years in the film industry.

Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger, 76, also appears on the closing night, playing the lead role in the thriller The Burnt Orange Heresy directed by Giuseppe Capotondi.

Wedding plans: Amanda recently admitted that she would like a second meeting with her friends and family to celebrate their wedding because she loves extravagant wedding

Wedding plans: Amanda recently admitted that she would like a second meeting with her friends and family to celebrate their wedding because she loves extravagant wedding

Wedding plans: Amanda recently admitted that she would like a second meeting with her friends and family to celebrate their wedding because she loves extravagant wedding

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