Olivia Culpo, we are jealous of YOU!
Also, those dance moves. Can we talk dance moves?! OMG.
Ch-ch-check out the hawt music video (above)!!
Definitely an inneresting way to go, but at least she'll always be on time!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Christina's really come a long way from playing Roberta Martin in Now & Then, hasn't she?
Check out more pastel prettiness from Miz Ricci's spread (below)!
[Images courtesy of Marie Claire UK.]
If anybody had their eye on this gown for the Oscars we hope you have a plan B because Christina Ricci just stole your thunder!
The 32 year old looked like a total knockout Friday night at the Berlin Film Festival premiere of her new film Bel Ami in a stunning Jenny Packham gown.
Words can't express who much we love this look! This dress was made for a movie star and Christina is working the sequins out of it on the red carpet.
[Image via Getty Images.]
Gorgeous! The lovely Christina Ricci is on the September/October 2011 cover of Manhattan magazine.
And CocoPerez is glad to share some of those images from the spread.
Photographed by Warwick Saint, Ricci shows off a sexy, yet classy side of herself.
The 31-year-old (we still can’t believe she’s over 30!) looks stunning in her Giambattista Balli dress with ruffle detailing.
As for some of the highlights:
On her childhood roles:
“I loved playing the roles that I did as a child. I’ve always been quite happy with the identity they’ve given me as long as people don’t take that too literally. I think they gave me a great depth of position as an actress from which to start my adult career.”
On acting on Broadway’s Time Stands Still:
“When I was younger I had really bad stage fright, and when I got older, I kinda forgot about having stage fright and was more open to doing plays. I felt less scared, but I’m still really scared. I felt less crippled than I have in the past.”
On acting with Robert Pattinson in Bel Ami:
“He’s great; he’s really an awesome guy. I had a lot of fun working with him. He’s so professional. He comes to set with no expectations or attitude. None of those things you worry someone of his level of fame is going to have.”
Check out the photos below and let us know your thoughts!
Christina Ricci was looking all sorts of fabulous at the Nylon magazine dinner at CATCH restaurant in NYC Tuesday night.
We love this look!
Christina looks so glam-chic!
[Images courtesy of Shadow PR.]
Christina Ricci is on the cover of Nylon magazine's September issue channeling 60s mod era in a Moschino top and zigzag sequin briefs.
The September issue is also the TV issue, which is fitting since Christina is the star of ABC's new show Pan Am.
Speaking of Pan Am, Ricci dishes to the mag about her retro wardrobe for the show and well as all things fashion.
Here are some HIGHlights:
"I love Riccardo Tisci, he's been amazing over the years, really supportive — really good to me."
On tailoring and knowing what works for her petite frame:
"When you're as short as me, you kind of have to. And you kind of know [your] propotions. I spend so much time in fittings and looking in the mirror, so at a certain point you kind of become aware of what works on your body."
On the fashion of her new show Pan Am:
"You know it's a lot of fun to be able to dress up like that, but picture today, in this heat, you have to put fucking nylons on every day of your life. And the way they did their hair…today is such a luxury to get to throw a little dress on. I was looking at myself on my way out the door and I was like, 'Your underwear is showing, but you don't have any time. Leave.' If this was the 60s, I wouldn't be able to do that."
Are U liking Christina's retro spread???
[Images courtesy of Guy Aroch / Nylon.]
Christina Ricci was among the many celebs who attended the Disney ABC Television Group "Summer Press Tour" party held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California last night.
For the event, Ricci looked sexy in a Michael Kors smoke print dress from his Prefall 2011 collection.
And yes, we're loving the red shoes!
Overall, a great for lWe're loving Ricci in this look. Are U?
Share your thoughts with us here!
[Image via WENN.]