Julianna Margulies’ Glitter Gown: ‘The Good Wife’ Star Flashes The Press

Julianna Margulies’ glitter gown has people talking this morning. The star of The Good Wife attended the CFDA Fashion Awards last night, and she wore a dress that showed a lot more than people were expecting to see, according to People Magazine.

As she posed on the red carpet for the press, the flashes from the cameras showed off Margulies’ black underwear underneath her gown.

Julianna wore a “sparkly long-sleeve black gown with a keyhole neckline” from the Michael Kors Collection that was actually very modest looking. She was covered from head to toe, but it was the sheerness of the glittery gown that exposed Margulies’ underwear.

According to E! Online, she finished her look with her hair in “a slicked back, loose-curled look and upped the makeup with a smokey eye and nude lip.”

Sheer is definitely in lately. Both Natalie Portman and Eva Longoria rocked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival last month by wearing sheer dresses, according to a previous Inquisitr report. Like Julianna, Natalie’s black underwear was very visible under her sheer black gown on the red carpet.

Julianna Margulies has been very busy in recent weeks. At the start of May, the actress received her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to Just Jared. The actress also received an honor from Project A.L.S. during May as well. On stage, she shared a personal story about meeting the founder of Project A.L.S. before her death.

The Hollywood Reporter shared her passionate acceptance speech.

“When a number of her actor friends had gathered to do a movie about her life, I went to see (Jenifer) in her hotel room and at that time she was bedridden and on feeding tubes. I walked in and she looked at me and she said, ‘You get it Julianna. You really get it.’ I don’t actually know what she meant, but it’s always stayed with me and I suppose that’s why I’ve stayed with this. Maybe I got something. You’re all here tonight so maybe something happened. But I do know this: While Jenifer lost her battle with ALS in the physical world, I do believe with every fiber of my being that her enduring spirit will eradicate it.”

Julianna Margulies has made her career on the small screen, and she will return to CBS this fall with the seventh season of The Good Wife. Fans of the CBS series are dealing with some major changes to the series. Three actors left the series at the end of Season 6. Archie Panjabi, Matthew Goode, and Josh Charles all left the series.

Panjabi’s departure created the most controversy. After the finale aired, there was controversy over the final scene shared between Marguiles and Panjabi. According to CNN, a TV Line report from Michael Ausiello revealed that the two actresses did not film the scene together. He revealed, “Body doubles were employed for the single shots, and the two-shot was spliced together in post-production.”

Panjabi was asked about the story, and she did make a statement.

“You know, I can’t answer that… It’s not fair for me to answer those decisions. As much as I want to. But those decisions are made by the producers. I’m not privy to those decisions. All I do know is, I’m very grateful to [Good Wife showrunners Robert and Michelle King] for making the decision to cast me.”

As for Julianna Margulies, her fashion choices and style, both on and off screen, have always earned her attention. People are talking about her sheer dress on social media this morning, and she is receiving a mixed reaction.

What is next for Margulies? According to Entertainment Weekly, she is releasing a children’s book in May, 2016.

“My father had published two children’s books, Gold Steps, Stone Steps and What Julianna Could See. As children, my sisters and I loved all his stories, and there were many. We collectively decided that Three Magic Balloons was worth sending out to publishers—if we could find the right illustrator.”

What do you think of Julianna Margulies’ glitter gown? Are you surprised she decided to wear something revealing on the red carpet?

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