Adrienne Warren made sure she stood out from the crowd at this year’s Olivier Awards 2019 in a 1930’s inspired dress. The 31-year-old broadway beauty’s frock featured keyhole cutouts on either side of her ribcage and showcased her trim stomach. However, the cutaways slid down her waist, exposing her lower back and almost flashing her bottom. Fortunately, the garment was secure thanks to a thin piece of material holding the fabric together.
Also, the gown had an array of fringes across it, as well as glistening embellishments and long chains, which helped hold it in place.
Adrienne accessorised the outfit with a statement earring and added height to her frame with towering nude heels.
Her raven tresses were worn in a sleek ponytail and she highlighted her pretty facial features with a coating of make-up.
The star was nominated for the Best Actress in a Musical award for her role as Tina Turner in the show ‘The Tina Turner Musical’.
But she lost out to Sharon D Clarke, the star of ‘Caroline, Or Change’, in a category which also included actresses Rosalie Craig and Kelli O’Hara.
However, her co-star Kobna Holdbrook-Smith took home the gong for Best Actor in a Musical for his role in the West End hit.
He celebrated his victory by sharing a picture of himself kissing the trophy on Instagram and simply captioned the snap: “Soooo.”
Other winners on the night included Patti LuPone, who scooped the accolade for Best Actress in a supporting role in a musical for her portrayal of Joanne in Company.
She used her acceptance speech to pay tribute to actress Rosalie Craig, who she referred to as her “incandescent” leader.
“I think actors are only as good as their directors and I have been extremely fortunate to have worked with Marianne Elliott, who is a detective, an investigator, who brought so much out of the rehearsal process for all of us and for me as Joanne,” she began.
“We were lead by the very brilliant and incandescent Rosalie Craig as our leader.”
She continued: “I thank the Society of London Theatre and I congratulate all of the nominees tonight and I’m deeply moved, thank you for accepting me into your community.
“I love London, I love the theatre community here. Matt and Joshua, I love you very much, thank you ladies and gentlemen.”
This year’s Olivier Awards was hosted by comedian and television presenter Jason Manford, who previously presented the awards back in 2017.
He opened the show by performing ‘There’s No Business Like Showbusiness’ with Janie Dee and Ruthie Henshall.
On the night, soul singer Beverley Knight performed during the In Memoriam segment of the show, paying tribute to those in the theatre industry who have passed away in the last year.