Jodie Comer looked sexy As she walks the red carpet at the 2023 Olivier Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday.
The 30-year-old actress went super casual in a scarlet mini dress that featured ruffles and a sexy long train.
Her dress featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and was tailored to perfection, hugging every inch of her gorgeous figure.
Jodi, who was nominated for her first show Prima Facie, completed the look with heels.
Accentuating her features with a shimmery makeup palette, she swept her blonde locks with strands framing her pretty face.
The lady in red: Jodie Comer, 30, looked impressive as she walked the red carpet at the 2023 Olivier Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday
The Drama: The actress donned a very show-stopping gown in a short scarlet dress with ruffles and a dramatic long train.
Confidence: Her voice hummed as she posed up a storm for the cameras
The production, which was also nominated for Best Director and Best New Play, saw Judy portray a brilliant lawyer who has progressed from working-class origins to the pinnacle of the profession, when an unexpected event forces her to ‘face the lines where she’s been patriarchal’. Force of law, burden of proof, and ethics diverge.
Patrick Marmion of The Daily Mail awarded her “legitimate yet forensic performance” a solid four stars out of five.
He wrote, ‘Next stuns us in a ferocious yet criminal performance bound in a blizzard of rapidly changing perspectives. She sets us apart as a top-notch barrister with her native Liverpool accent and anti-establishment stance – at one point throwing trash at the audience.
But her sudden dissolution into frantic confusion and a pale face is very painful. Although her performance runs a dizzying gamut from cocky joy to despair and humiliation, it is the theme that dominates the evening.
Jody and Paul Mescal are among the nominees for Best Gongs at the 2023 Olivier Awards.
West End stars will celebrate the best of British theater at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday with actress Ted Lasso hosting Hannah Waddingham.
The film adaptation of Studio Ghibli’s 1988 animated My Neighbor Totoro leads the pack with nine nominations, with star Mei Mac nominated for Best Actress.
facing competition from Killing Eve star Jodie for her critically acclaimed one-woman game Prima Facie; Patsy Ferran, A Streetcar Named Desire; Janet McTeer for Phaedra; and Nicola Walker, The Corn Is Green.
Drop dead gorgeous: Jodi, who was nominated for her first Prima Facie show, completed the look with matching heels.
The Gown: Her dress featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and was perfectly tailored, hugging every inch of her gorgeous figure
Natural Beauty: Accentuating his features with a radiant makeup palette that swept back her blonde locks with strands framing her pretty face
Say cheese! Jodie (left) also snapped a snap with British singer Self Esteem (right)
The Talent: The production, which was also nominated for Best Director and Best New Play, saw Judy’s portrayal of a brilliant lawyer who has progressed from working-class origins to the pinnacle of the profession.
Meanwhile, Oscar-nominated Irish actor Paul is up for Best Actor for his role in the new stage adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire.
would fight it out against David Tennant for good; Tom Hollander for the Patriots; Raf Spall’s To Kill a Mockingbird; and Giles Terrera, “Blues For An Alabama Sky,” in the male category.
Standing At The Sky’s Edge, which is set in Sheffield and premiered in the city in 2019 before moving to London this year, is the most nominated with eight nods including Best New Musical and Best Director.
She was also honored as Best Actress in a Musical category for her lead actress, Faith Omole, who will compete with Katie Braiben for Tammy Faye. Anushka Lucas, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!; and Miri Messika visiting the band.
Best Actor in a Musical Category will be chosen from Alon Muni Abu Boul to attend the troupe’s visit. Julian Ovenden for the South Pacific; Andrew Rannells for Tammy Fay; and Arthur Darvill, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!
Newly transferred to the West End after sell-outs on Broadway, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! It is one of the most nominated shows this year with seven nods, including Best Musical Revival.
Closely followed by six nominations each, A Streetcar Named Desire, To Kill A Mockingbird and The Band’s Visit, a musical adaptation of the Israeli film of the same name.
It’s a big year for debut acting nominations with 27 people getting a first nod, including Comer, Mescal, Rose Ayling-Ellis, Caroline Quentin, Sharon Small, and Anjana Vasan.
Host with more: West End stars will celebrate the best of British theater at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday hosted by actress Ted Lasso Hannah Waddingham
Spellbinding: A new adaptation of Studio Ghibli’s 1988 animated film My Neighbor Totoro leads the pack with nine nominations, with star Mei Mac nominated for Best Actress
Gifted: She faces competition from Killing Eve star Jodie Comer for her critically acclaimed one-woman game Prima Facie
amazing! Closely followed by six nominations each for A Streetcar Named Desir (Paul Mescal and Patsy Ferran pictured)
Good Hour: David Tennant is nominated for Best Actor for his role in Good
A number of famous faces including sex education star Amy Lou Wood, burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese and the nondescript Dracula actor Luke Evans will present awards during the ceremony.
Irish singer Ronan Keating, Matilda music composer Roald Dahl, Tim Minchin, Bridgerton actress Golda Rochevel, and Kingsman: The Secret Service’s Mark Strong will also take to the stage to announce the winners.
The gala is set to see Waddingham perform an opening number, written by the great British composer Pippa Cleary, featuring West End stars.
Meanwhile, the green carpet, which was made last year from real grass, is also making a comeback.
The 2023 Olivier Awards will be broadcast on ITV1 and ITVX from 10.15pm to 12.20am on Sunday 2nd April.
Olivier Awards 2023: Nominations
Tom Hollander – Patriots
Paul Mescal – A Streetcar Named Desire
Raf Spall – To Kill a Mockingbird
David Tennant – Good
Giles Terrera – Blues for Alabama Skies
Best Actor in a Musical
Alon Moni Abu Paul – Visiting Band
Arthur Darvill – Oklahoma
Julien Ovenden- South Pacific
Andrew Rannells – Tammy Fay
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Mark Akintmehin, Emmanuel Acquafo, Nabiko Ejemofor, Daragh Hand, Aruna Jaloh and Ken Lawrence – For Black Boys Who Have Contemplated Suicide When the Color Gets Too Heavy
Will Kane – Patriots
Elliot Levy – Good
David Morset – To Kill a Mockingbird
Sully Remy – Blues for Alabama Skies
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Rose Ayling Ellis – As You Like It
Pamela Numphet – To Kill a Mockingbird
Caroline Quentin – Divorced Jack Flies Again
Sharon Small – Good
Anjana Vasan – A Streetcar Named Desire
Rebecca Frenkall – A Street Car Named Desire
Robert Hastie – Standing at the Edge of Heaven
Justin Martin – Prima Facie
Willem McDermott – My Neighbor Totoro
Bartlett Sher – To Kill a Mockingbird
A Streetcar Named Desire
Jodie Comer – Prima Fassi
Patsy Ferran – A Streetcar Named Desire
Mi Mac – My Neighbor Totoro
Janet McTeer – Pheadra
Nicola Walker – Corn is Green
Best Actress in a Musical
Katie Braiben – Tammy Fay
Anushka Lucas – Oklahoma
Meri Messika – Visiting Band
Faith Omole – Standing at the Edge of Heaven
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Sharif Afifi – Visiting the band
Peter Policarpo – Visiting Band
Cliff Rowe- In Law Sister
Zubin Varla – Tammy Fay
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Beverly Knight – Sylvia
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Lisa Sadovy – Oklahoma
Marisha Wallace – Oklahoma
Best New Play
For black boys who have considered suicide when the tone gets too heavy
To Kill a Mockingbird
The best new music
Band visit e
Standing at the edge of the sky
Best Revival Music
My Fair Lady