Halle Berry shows off her hair and skin in no-makeup video as she prepares for her presentation at the Oscars
Halle Berry shows off glowing skin in makeup-free selfie video as she prepares for the Oscars: ‘Guess who’s going to prom tomorrow’
Halle Berry showed off her asymmetrical haircut and glowing skin on Saturday when she posted a makeup-free selfie video to Instagram.
The Oscar winner, 56 – who recently wished her boyfriend Van Hunt a happy birthday – looked radiant as she prepared for the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday.
“Guess who’s going to prom tomorrow,” Berry wrote with the post, referring to her role at the Oscars, which was confirmed by deadline.
Michael Bublé’s successful rendition of Feeling Good played over the video as Halle flashed her dazzling smile and laughed.
“You are the epitome of hotness, baby!” gushed Chelsea Handler, as fellow Oscar winner Julianne Moore left behind a fire emoji.
Radiant: Halle Berry, 56, showed off her asymmetrical haircut and glowing skin on Saturday when she posted a makeup-free selfie video to Instagram
Halle won the 2001 Academy Award for Best Actress for her scorching performance as a struggling widow in Monster’s Ball.
The star’s historic win made her the first woman of color to win the award, and she went on to become one of the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood in the 2000s.
She will join other A-list presenters such as Harrison Ford, Kate Hudson, Eva Longoria, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Andie MacDowell and John Travolta.
Hosted by late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, the 95th Academy Awards will be held in the regular room at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.
Top Gun: Maverick has been nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture, a sign that Hollywood is finally listening to its audience and honoring blockbusters instead of arthouse favorites.
The film starring Tom Cruise is nominated for Best Picture along with Elvis, Avatar: The Way of Water, All Quiet On The Western Front and The Fabelmans.
While Cruise missed out on a Best Actor nomination, the Best Picture nomination could earn him his first Academy Award.
However, Everything Everywhere All At Once led the pack with the most nominations with 11 and The Banshees of Inisherin earned nine nominations. The two films won the Golden Globes earlier this month.
Big weekend: The Oscar winner looked radiant as she prepared for Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony. “Guess who’s going to prom tomorrow,” Berry wrote with the post, referring to her role at the Oscars, which was confirmed by Deadline
Historic: Halle won the 2001 Academy Award for Best Actress for her scorching performance as a struggling widow in Monster’s Ball. The star’s historic win made her the first woman of color to win the award
Gorgeous: Berry stunned in 2005 when she wore a shimmering satin dress to present the award for Achievement in Art Direction at the 77th Annual Academy Awards
Showstopper: The Catwoman star stole the spotlight in 2003 when she wore a gold dress with sheer fabric and elaborate beadwork to the Oscars
This year, seven of the 20 acting nominees were people of color, including Yeoh’s Everything Everywhere All At Once castmates Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Quan.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences certainly celebrates a field of best films populated with blockbusters; according to data company Comscore, their combined domestic box office of $1.574 billion is the highest ever at the time of nominations.
Last year’s awards looked like a comeback edition before ‘the clap’ came to dominate the ceremony. In the aftermath, the academy banned Will Smith from attending for the next 10 years.
While he could still have been nominated, Smith’s performance as a runaway slave in Emancipation failed to resonate with voters.