Melissa McCarthy rocks top with pattern with jeans when she arrives for a Jimmy Kimmel Live recording in LA
She does the interview circuit for her upcoming, women-led mob drama The Kitchen.
Melissa McCarthy was spotted on the way to a recording of Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday in Hollywood.
The 48-year-old actress released a number of 1960s vibes with a kaleidoscope shirt with a brown and white pattern.
Woman on a mission: Melissa McCarthy, 48, was seen en route to a recording of Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday in Hollywood
Melissa was dressed in a thigh-length button-up shirt covered with geometric patterns of brown, white and gold floral patterns.
She avoids distractions from the intriguing summit with a few charcoal jeans.
The 5ft2in bridesmaids star raised her shape with a pair of black suede mule heels that were adorned with sparkling glitter.
She wore a burgundy leather handbag in one hand and covered her eyes with stylish sunglasses.
Her brunette locks waved slightly and fluttered behind her in the wind.
Hypnotic design: Melissa was dressed in a thigh-length button-up shirt covered with geometric patterns of brown, white and gold floral patterns
Walking in style: the 5ft2in bridesmaid star raised her shape with a pair of black suede mule heels adorned with sparkling glitter
As she and her entourage walked out the back door, Melissa waved at the crowd of fans competing for a glimpse of the show's guests.
She was there to publish her latest film project The Kitchen, in which she shines with Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss.
The film, taken from a graphic novel, shows the three women as women of mafia characters who are arrested by the FBI.
Without income from their husband's criminal companies, and the crime syndicate only gives them a hint while their husband is behind bars, the three start their own organization, angering the Irish mafia.
For the fans: As she and her entourage walked out the back door, Melissa waved at the crowd of fans competing for a glimpse of the show's guest
The boss: she published her new crime drama The Kitchen, in which she plays with Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss the wife of imprisoned gangsters who lead their own crime syndicate
The film marks the first purely dramatic lead that Melissa has played since she hit the head after her scene-stealing turn in bridesmaids.
She gave the public a taste of her wide assortment in last year's critically loved Can You Ever Forgive Me, which earned her almost unanimous compliments and a second Oscar nomination.
& # 39; I have played so many characters where I just launch things into people as a kind of defense mechanism, trying to sit back and not be seen so much, & # 39; Melissa told the Wall Street Journal, talking about her character, the real writer and forger Lee Israel.
Only from here: the actress shot up to fame with the rebellious Bridesmaids comedy, which earned her her first Oscar nomination; still from bridesmaids
& # 39; I want a good story, & # 39; she said about her new crime drama. & # 39; I don't care what format it comes in. & # 39;
Later this year, she returns to a straightforward comedy when she plays the lead role in Super Intelligence, which is directed by her husband and regular contributor Ben Falcone.
The two married in 2005 after years of dating. They share two daughters, Vivian  and Georgette [nine].
Both children played a small role in the comedy of The Mother, the mother of 2016.
Melissa's upcoming movie The Kitchen will be released nationwide on August 9, 2019.
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