America Ferrera looked stunning on her way to accept an award for her work as a producer.
“All this Animal Mama energy is heading to the National Hispanic Media Coalition Gala to receive the Outstanding Producer Impact Award,” the Ugly Betty alum captioned a photo of herself in a long leopard print dress with a high kitty bow collar and billowy sleeves. “Beyond honored! @nhmc_org“
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star wore her hair slicked back with a center part and lose ringlets and gold platform sandals.
In lieu of the usual award show Red Carpet run down, we’re just showcasing the stunning baby bumps on display last night at the Academy Awards show held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.
Recording artist and model Ciara went to the Vanity Fair after party in an almost bare, sheer, see-through mesh Grecian crystal adorned custom Ralph & Russo one-shoulder gown revealing her silhouette and toned legs in a strategically placed slit and accompanying draping, highlighted with silver strappy heels and bronze make up.
She looked stunning.
Ciara is expecting her second child with husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. She is mom to almost 3-year old daughter Sienna Princess and 5 1/2 year old son Future Zuhair from a previous relationship, hip hop performer Future.
Meanwhile, Superstore star America Ferrera attended the actual awards ceremony and also went with another form of regal wear. Hers was a wine-colored custom Alberta Ferretii limited edition empire waist gown with full cap sleeves, accessorized with a custom Jennifer Behr brass halo.
Superstore star and second-time mom-to-be America Ferrerais still working hard, promoting her projects and looking fierce while doing it.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star looked glam in a bump hugging pencil dress, hoops, sharp patent leather heels and a sleek updo while sitting on a panel with co-stars and creators at Netflix in a program produced by the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) to promote one of her latest project, Gentefied.
What started as a series of web shorts about a family-owned taco stand that faced relocation due to gentrification has turned to a Netflix series that premieres this upcoming February 21 and starring Ferrera.
Just last month, Ferrera was in Utah at the Sundance Festival attending The Latinx House And Netflix Host Their Joint Kick-off Party on January 24, 2020 in Park City, Utah.
And before that, she and The Black Panther and The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira were announcing the nominees for the Screen Actors’ Guild awards before getting on stage to present one of the awards during the actual show later.
Actress America Ferrera and husband Ryan Piers Williams, 37, are first time parents. The couple welcomed their first child, a healthy baby boy.
The Superstore actress shared a precious photo of her baby boy’s feet captioning the pic, “When 2 becomes 3…Welcome, Sebastian Piers Williams-aka Baz! Mom, Dad, and Baby are happy, healthy, and totally in love!”
The couple announced that they were starting a family of their own on New Year’s Eve, ending 2017 with a bang. The 34-year-old actress went to her social media via Instagram posting a picture of she and her hubby holding up a onesie in the photo op.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants alum made a New Year’s-themed baby announcement on Sunday, December 31 by posting a super cute photo of herself with her hubby, actor Ryan Piers Williams.
“Mas besos (por favor).” she captioned with the couple wearing shimmery “2018” glasses and America’s holding up a small onesie. “We’re welcoming one more face to kiss in 2018! Wishing you #MásBesos in the New Year! #babybesos #HappyNewYear ?.”
Piers William shared an identical photo, as well as a close-up of the onesie, writing, “Making room for new and beautiful things to come in 2018!#happynewyear.”
Ferrera is part of a new movement announced on Monday which involves women of power and influence including Shonda Rhimes, our Bumpwatch alums Kerry Washington, her fellow first-time mom-to-be Eva Longoria; the lawyer Nina L. Shaw; the actress Reese Witherspoon; attorney Tina Tchen and more, pledging support to working-class women in an open letter signed by hundreds of women in show business, many of them A-listers. The letter also ran as a full-page ad in The New York Times, and in La Opinion, a Spanish-language newspaper.