Somewhere under the rainbow! Renee Zellweger wears a pink off-shoulder dress while she wears a multi-colored umbrella to Judy's & # 39; s London premiere
In recent weeks she has been busy on the publicity path, promoting her new critically acclaimed Judy Garland biopic, Judy.
And Renee Zellweger, 50, showed no signs of delay on Monday evening when she stepped out in striking style for the European premiere of the film in London.
The Oscar-winning actress looked sensational when she arrived on the red carpet of the Curzon Mayfair in a close-fitting pink off-shoulder dress with long sleeves.
Step out in style: Renee Zellweger was the center of attention when she attended the European premiere of Judy on Monday evening at Curzon Mayfair in London
The Chicago star stood on a pair of white heels for a long time and wore her golden locks in a wavy, relaxed bun, while wearing a flattering palette of makeup.
And while the bad weather obscured the air of the English capital and made the streets moist, Renee from Texas sought refuge on a large rainbow umbrella.
The fencer turned the umbrella into something of a fashion accessory, while taking a number of fascinating poses for photographers who had gathered during the event.
Sensational: the Oscar-winning actress looked sensational when she arrived on the red carpet in a close-fitting pink off-shoulder dress with long sleeves
Somewhere under the rainbow: while the bad weather darkened the sky of the English capital and made the streets moist, Renee from Texas sought refuge on a large rainbow umbrella
Appropriate to impress: the Chicago star stood for a long time on a pair of white heels and wore her golden locks in a wavy relaxed bun while she wore a flattering palette with makeup
Colorful accessory: she turned the umbrella into something of a fashion accessory, when she made some fascinating poses for photographers who had gathered during the event
On the promotion route: in recent weeks she has been busy on the publicity path, while promoting her new critically acclaimed Judy Garland biopic
In Judy, Zellweger recreates the final year of Garland's life while preparing for a series of shows in London in early 1969.
Haunted by poor health, money worries and addiction to pills, the apparitions were usually disastrous.
& # 39; It is difficult to fully appreciate the context of the circumstances with which she was struggling at that time, & # 39; Zellweger said in an interview that was published Wednesday in USA Today.
& # 39; And if you see what she was able to achieve despite the challenges she faced, then you can really see how extraordinary she was, & # 39; she added. & # 39; I think the hair is a bit different. & # 39;
In March 1969, Garland married her fifth husband Mickey Deans, played in the film by Finn Wittrock.
On June 22 Deans found Garland dead in their rental house in Belgravia in London. She was 47 and died of an accidental overdose of barbiturates.
Judy is directed by British director Rupert Goold from a film adaptation of Peter Quilter & # 39; s musical play End of the Rainbow by Tom Edge of The Crown.
The film opens on September 27 in the cinema.
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