The Oscars are one of the most revered and prestigious awards shows in the world. Right from the list of nominees and winners, to the ‘speeches’ at the Oscars, every detail is closely tracked by the audience. Naturally, a lot of thought goes into the outfits that the celebrities choose to wear at this high-profile event. The famous personalities try to put their best foot forward and are dressed in their fashionable best. Yet, some make it to the best-dressed list while some find their names in the worst-dressed list. Over the past few years, however, there is a new list being created by fashion critics, and that is of the boldest outfits. And this year, Bleona Qereti seems to be a strong contender in this category.
The Albanian singer Bleona Qereti stormed the red carpet at the annual Vanity Fair Oscars bash held after the 90th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater on Sunday evening. 38-year-old Qereti left nothing to the imagination as she turned up wearing an entirely sheer gown which displayed her assets. Under this, she wore high-waisted knickers to protect part of her modesty. The singer looked stunning in her floor-sweeping gown, which was boosted with a huge belt to cinch her waist. The dazzling gown got all the attention at the event, and was the subject of discussion online too. The nipples were covered with gold nipple pasties while a pair of staggering Christian Louboutin heels added more oomph to her entire look.
Check out Bleona Qereti’s outfit here:
Check out the video taken at the red carpet:
Qereti chose to keep the rest of her look simple, and tied up her hair in a bun. Tiny hoop earings and burnt-orange lipstick completed her look. Bleona is known as the ‘Madonna of Albania’ and became famous on the Bravo reality series Euros Of Hollywood. Without You, Pass Out and Take It Like A Man are the other popular songs sung by Bleona. The Daily Mirror reports that while Bleona considers herself to be an actress, ‘her acting accolades seem to be limited to her native country yet she still bagged herself an invite to the Vanity Fair bash.’