Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 May 2016

Heigl stuns in Michael Kors

Published 14/07/2014

Katherine Heigl
Katherine Heigl

Katherine Heigl looked fresh in a Michael Kors white dress at an NBC event on Sunday.

The blonde star has made a welcome return to cinema after recently taking some time off.

At Sunday's NBC network’s Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour Presentation, Katherine stunned in a white dress accessorised with a thin belt that cinched in her waist.

Looking fresh and summery in the Michael Kors number, the 27 Dresses star kept her accessories minimal choosing only a chunky gold bracelet and drop earrings.

Her blond hair was swept off her face, and she worked a natural beauty look choosing a flick of eyeliner and a nude lip. She finished off the outfit with a pair of pointed Manolo Blanik shoes.

As well as returning to films Katherine, who became a house hold name after playing Dr. Izzie Stevens on Grey's Anatomy, is back in a new TV show.

Political series State of Affairs focuses on a CIA officer plucked from the field to become the president's daily briefer, and sees Katherine taking on producing duties as well as acting.

"It's been something I've always wanted to do and sort of dreamed of," Katherine smiled to Access Hollywood.

"I'm just grateful that they're letting me into the writers' room – I don't have anything really to say, I just kind of wanted to witness it, see what happens in there. I've always wished I was a writer, and I'm not. I can't write."

Other stars to hit the red carpet last night included Rashida Jones, Seth Meyers and Heidi Klum.

Debra Messing looked stunning a blue long sleeved dress that fell to the knees. Her auburn locks were teased into loose curls, while her make-up was kept soft.

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