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Margot Robbie roasted by fans over her Barbie-inspired ‘doona’ gown at the SAG Awards: ‘Why do they keep doing this to her?’

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Margot Robbie sent fans into a frenzy on Saturday when she attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a striking dress inspired by her role as Barbie.

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Margot Robbie sent fans into a frenzy on Saturday when she attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a statement dress inspired by her role as Barbie.

The Australian actress, 33, turned heads when she arrived at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles wearing a black Schiaparelli dress with a dramatic pink fabric that wrapped around her shoulder and waist and extended into a train.

Many of her fans took to social media to criticize the unique design.

‘Why do they keep doing this to him?’ one asked, while a second person added: “She doesn’t look comfortable.”

“This is the biggest WTF dress I’ve seen in a long time,” a third person chimed in.

Margot Robbie sent fans into a frenzy on Saturday when she attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a striking dress inspired by her role as Barbie.

Margot Robbie sent fans into a frenzy on Saturday when she attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a striking dress inspired by her role as Barbie.

‘She wrapped herself in an eight-year-old duvet and said, ‘Come on,’ another added, while one fan joked: ‘You have to subconsciously hate one of the most beautiful women in the world to dress her in this, absolutely embarrassing.’

“I can’t believe I’m going to say this but that’s possibly the worst look I’ve ever seen on Margot. I mean WTF is that growth/doona coming out of her LBD,” another wrote.

Meanwhile, others defended her style choice, with one fan claiming the Australian star “looks amazing in anything.”

Many of her fans took to social media to criticize the unique design.

Many of her fans took to social media to criticize the unique design.

Many of her fans took to social media to criticize the unique design.

“She still looks beautiful, I don’t mind the dress at all,” another added, while one said they were excited she was starting to move away from her “Barbie era.”

‘OMG, she’s literally *shedding* her Barbie era! How good,’ they exclaimed.

Margot was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Barbie, but lost to Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon.

Margot’s black and bubblegum pink Schiaparelli Couture dress featured a strapless black mini dress with a pink accent at the waist and shoulders.

The Queensland-born star styled her long blonde hair in side-parted waves and wore simple makeup consisting of peach blush, mascara and soft pink lipstick.

The Australian actress, 33, turned heads when she arrived at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles wearing a black Schiaparelli dress with a dramatic pink fabric that wrapped around her shoulder and waist and extended into a train.

The Australian actress, 33, turned heads when she arrived at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles wearing a black Schiaparelli dress with a dramatic pink fabric that wrapped around her shoulder and waist and extended into a train.

The Australian actress, 33, turned heads when she arrived at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles wearing a black Schiaparelli dress with a dramatic pink fabric that wrapped around her shoulder and waist and extended into a train.

Margot was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Barbie, but lost to Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon.

Margot was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Barbie, but lost to Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon.

Margot was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Barbie, but lost to Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon.

At one point, the star was joined on the red carpet by her husband, British producer Tom Ackerley, who looked dapper in a black suit and matching T-shirt.

After a grueling 118-day strike, the Screen Actors Guild honored the best performers in film and television at the 30th annual SAG Awards.

Winners were determined by SAG-AFTRA members, who vote for their favorites in several categories.

Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani announced the nominations earlier this year on Instagram Live, with Barbie and Oppenheimer leading the film nominations with four nods each.

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