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Saturday 23 August 2014

Gwen's 'baby bump' games

Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani left people guessing about her pregnancy in a flapper-style dress at the Wallis Annenberg Center Gala last night.

The American singer beamed at the camera alongside her husband Gavin Rossdale and seemed to have fun twirling on the red carpet. The teal flapper-style piece was a Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 dress and left people curious as to whether she was hiding any changes to her figure underneath.

Actress Amy Adams opted for a similar colour for the event, but instead went for a short, ballerina style dress. Her Elie Saab piece dazzled with sequins and a sheer bodice, which gave the illusion that it was see-through. To polish off the outfit she wore heels in a matching shade and dangling Marina B earrings.

Freida Pinto complemented her complexion perfectly in a pale pink Salvatore Ferragamo gown, which was covered in jewels and sequins, with Cartier earrings. Her long-term boyfriend Dev Patel looked dapper at her side in a maroon suit and tie, which looked great next to Freida's light piece.

Charlize Theron chose a high-necked floor length black gown, also by Italian label Salvatore Ferragamo, who were hosting the event in Beverly Hills. Her gown had gold embellishments on the shoulders and she held a small clutch bag by the same brand.

Australian actress Abbie Cornish looked beautiful in a blue halter-neck piece, which had a silver belt to break it up and highlight her tiny waist. She pulled her blonde locks to the side and curled them to highlight the cut of the gown.

Demi Moore looked younger than her 50 years and also went for a blue halter-neck number, which clung to her enviable figure and was covered in sparkling sequins.

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