Catherine Zeta-Jones looked sensational on the red carpet at the Cannes MIPCOM gala this week, dazzling in a sequin embellished gown by Zuhair Murad.With its plunging lace bodice and semi sheer fishtail skirt, this dress is super sexy; meanwhile the embellishment is a Zuhair Murad signature.Catherine rocked simple earrings with the gown, along with black platform shoes that were just visible underneath the dress.In a twist on her usual looks, Catherine had her hair styled into a faux-bob for the red carpet, giving the illusion of a trim without the loss of her glossy raven tresses.Overall, this makeshift series finale partially satisfied the audience while still leaving room to imagine what happened next.must give props to the writers for coming up with six consecutive stories this short season that each took a different approach to the victim needing help.On the one hand, this further engaged the audience and kept them guessing what would happen because of this new set of circumstances, but on the other hand, it also lowered the stakes for this particular case and created a more mellow episode than what we have grown accustomed to.
Amber put on a leggy display in an oriental-inspired royal blue studded minidress, showing off her incredible pins.
Gethin: I gave young Jack Gleeson a present once, and he sent it back, because on set I would write him little notes from Uncle Renly telling him to stop being a naughty boy.
And I sent him a Jelly Baby as a gift to his trailer with a little note telling him what he should be doing, and he sent it back with the head bitten off.
Each came with their additional challenges, and each still felt organic to the individual victim.
My major note of praise is that these diversions from the first season did not feel like a ploy to attract more audience members or simply shock the already committed audience, but rather they were a natural progression of Tru’s gift.