Julia Roberts Appears In Leopard Dress For Awards Ceremony

Posted: Oct 18 2014, 7:24am CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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The “Pretty Woman” actress, Julia Roberts appeared in a leopard print dress for the GLSEN Respect Awards Ceremony.

Julia Roberts is an actress who is truly a Hollywood success story par excellence. She has appeared in such blockbusters as Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride and The Mona Lisa Smile.

Currently, she is undergoing a split from her hubby Danny Moder. However, despite the storm and stress of separation, Miss Roberts appeared in a youthful dress that showed leopard skin marks on it at an awards ceremony.

The occasion was the GLSEN Respect Awards and she was to receive one too. She looked absolutely cool and classically wild in the ensemble. She is in her late 40s and still capable of acting like a true superstar.

Julia had nude shoes and bling alongside her jungle-inspired dress. Her bangs were in steps and there was only a hint of makeup on her fresh and smiling face. She was actually on top of the world.

And Julia added a crimson overcoat lending her some hot, lovely and revolutionary sex appeal in the process. Julia accepted the award which was for humane and charitable works.

Among some of the others who were present at the event may be included: Derek Hough, Rose McGowan, Elisabeth Rohm, Morena Baccarin, Jessica Capshaw, Jim Parsons, Todd Spiewak and many others.

GLSEN is an acronym that stands for Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network. The basic goal of the awards ceremony is to teach people to accept and respect differences between different members of society.

The fact of the matter is that just because someone is leading a different lifestyle than you, does not make that person worthy of being disrespected. Everyone has his or her self-respect and no one has the right to be rude or disrespectful to another in an offhand manner.

That was the motif of the evening and everyone had a lot of fun. There was lots of camaraderie and brotherliness at the function. It showed that there are nice people in the world and gender or sexual orientation has nothing to do with a person’s actual personality.

Source: DailyMail

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