You are in the spotlight. Their friendship is in the spotlight. Actors Julia Roberts and George Clooney have been friends for more than 20 years. Now Roberts has brought Clooney and the good relationship between the two into focus in a very special way: with a dress on which framed photos of George Clooney can be seen.
She wore the outfit to the Kennedy Prize ceremony. Each year, the John F. Kennedy Center honors artists for their lifetime achievement. This year George Clooney.
"As a little boy growing up in Kentucky, I could never have imagined sitting on the gallery of the Kennedy Center," the "Deutsche Welle" quotes the actor as saying. As a young boy, he probably couldn't have imagined that someone would wear an outfit with his face on the red carpet.
The dress was designed by Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott. Elizabeth Stewart staged Julia Roberts for the evening. The celebrity stylist took to Instagram to thank the designer for the perfect "George dress." She also shares a short video in which she prepares the dress wrinkle-free for the big entrance and greets the many photo Georges on the fabric from several decades with a "Hi".
The magazine "Vulture" draws consequences for Clooney from the outfit. It is clear what that means now: Clooney now has to attend the Oscars in a suit with a Julia Roberts print.
Julia Roberts celebrated her 55th birthday at the end of October. After her birth in 1967, Martin Luther King apparently played a role, according to an interview with the actress. Read more about this here.
Sources: Instagram, Vulture, Deutsche Welle