The Oscars 2014

86th Academy Awards March 2

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Comentar 26 FEBRUARY 2014

Kate Hudson dazzles at pre-Oscars party

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Kate Hudson made a showstopping appearance at a Hollywood bash on Tuesday.

The A-list actress looked incredible in a plunging lemon silk shirt, showing off her tanned and toned pins in a white miniskirt and matching stilettos.

She topped off the look with a messy high bun, a long pendant necklace and smoky eyes.

 

 

 

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After making her way inside the Bvlgari Decades of Glamour Oscar party, Kate was spotted posing for pictures with Naomi Watts, who was hosting the evening.

The ladies have known each other for a long time – they played sisters in 2003 film Le Divorce and appear to have remained good friends.

Naomi looked equally stunning in a demure, ankle-length strapless black dress with pink and red trim and a modest side split.

 

 



The actress, 45, paired the gown with fuschia lipstick, a green and pink necklace and simple black suede stilettos.

Also attending the event was Ashley Greene, Olivia Munn, Camilla Belle and Diana Agron.

Naomi and Kate are, no doubt, gearing up for this Sunday's Oscars. Both ladies will be presenting awards at the prestigious ceremony.

Kate recently starred in a campaign for Ann Taylor with her two children. The blonde beauty is seen carrying two-year-old Bing, her son with current partner Matt Bellamy, in one shot.

Another image shows her eldest son Ryder, ten, from her previous marriage with Chris Robinson, sitting in a director's chair with a clipboard.

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