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Sandra Bullock vamps up red carpet

Published 24/06/2013

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock turned heads in a daring leather dress at the New York City premiere of her latest film on Sunday.

The Hollywood actress stars in The Heat alongside Melissa McCarthy, and made sure the temperature was well and truly turned up in her racy ensemble at the New York City premiere.

The brunette beauty turned heads in a figure-hugging black leather dress which fell below her knee and featured a daring plunging neckline. The frock was embellished with patterned gold eyelets, giving an opulent feel to the seductive outfit.

Sandra teamed the dress with black strappy sandals and a matching gold bangle, and kept her hair simple but sexy in a tousled half up half down 'do.

The stunning actress posed up a storm alongside her co-star Melissa who stood out in a navy ensemble.

The comedy star dressed her curves in trousers and a long top which featured a zip detailing at the front.

Melissa wore her ombre locks in loose waves and paired her outfit with grey platform sandals.

Brooke Shields also made an appearance on the red carpet, looking demure in black. The gorgeous star teamed a pencil skirt with an embellished top to create a chic look, and finished off the outfit with a matching clutch and strappy stiletto heels.

Brooke wore her long locks flowing in gorgeous waves and vamped up her look with heavily-kohled eyes.

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