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Yes, Amy, keep giving us COLOR!
The actress kept up her busy schedule this week by attending W Magazine's "Best Performances" portfolio celebration event in Los Angeles on Thursday.
After stunning in blue at the People's Choice Awards, the 40-year-old decided to dazzle us with a Kelly green Roland Mouret sheath dress featuring the brand's signature origami folds along the bodice.
The emerald hue was enhanced by Amy's sleek red hair, gold pumps, and a touch of green eye shadow!
We have a feeling it's only gonna get better and better from here!
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But her cobalt blue Gucci dress also had the distinction of being classy AND sexy at the same time, which is basically the goal of, like, every dress in the universe.
With that in mind, we scoured the world wide web to find more affordable versions for YOU, dear Perezcious reader!
We know you were thrilled to see Amy Adams tonight!
Amy once again opted for one of her favorite colors — cobalt blue — with this bodycon strapless dress.
The only accessory was the looped belt around her waist, but we think she could've used a necklace as well!
Still, though, she was pretty perfect even with a bare décolletage!
Can't wait to see her at the Golden Globes on Sunday! She better be there!
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Sorry! You'll have to click through the gallery if you want to see Bradley Cooper's uncensored nipples! LOLz!
Although we can confirm that they are impressively symmetrical.
Bradley joins seven other acclaimed Hollywood stars in the February issue of W Magazine, which has a grand total of seven covers featuring Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley and Benedict Cumberbatch, Shailene Woodley, and Reese Witherspoon.
The December cover star for Vogue has been revealed!
The stunning Amy Adams
slayed sleighed the front pages with her blue-eyed smolder — but it was her part in Vogue's latest webisode that had us enchanted!
So not only do we get a glimpse into how she prepared for her magical shoot with Annie Leibovitz, but Amy also gushed about true love and revealed who her fashion icon is.
Trust us, it explains so much!
Catch the whole thing by watching the video (below). You won't regret it!
Be still our trembling heart!
We thought this day would never really come, but, by God, it's here!
Not that she has any haters. Who could hate this beguiling creature???
The cover is beautiful enough, but the spread is something else entirely!
The editors obviously wanted to take advantage of the fact that Amy looks like she stepped out of a fairy tale, because they had her playing the role of the title character from Hans Christian Andersen's The Red Shoes.
And Tim Burton plays the cobbler!
We have to say that Vogue really excels at fairy tale-inspired editorials, and we're glad they went this route with the actress!
Read the full cover story HERE!
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Okay, so we know we say this all the time, but Amy Adams is a real life mermaid.
Her look at the LACMA Art + Film Gala on Saturday only proved our point!
In that blue Gucci dress and with her incredible red curls tumbling over one shoulder, the actress put Ariel to shame!
Plus, Ariel was made to look perfect by professional animators, whereas Amy is just perfect all on her own! Naturally!
We also can't neglect to mention her flawless cleavage, which also gave her an advantage over the Disney princess.
Deal with it, Ariel!
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