Pixie Lott stuns in a semi-sheer corset gown with a long feathered train as she joins fiancé Oliver Cheshire at the Elvis premiere in Cannes
They touched down in France earlier today ahead of the 75th annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals.
And Pixie Lott, 31, stunned in a semi-sheer corset-style gown as she joined her fiancé Oliver Cheshire, 33, on the red carpet for the premiere of Elvis on Wednesday.
The couple, who are set to tie the knot in just two weeks, looked effortlessly chic in their stylish ensembles for the star-studded event.
Chic: Pixie Lott, 31, stunned in a semi-sheer corset-style gown with a long feathered train as she joined her fiancé Oliver Cheshire, 33, at the Elvis premiere in Cannes on Wednesday
Pixie’s sensational dress boasted a long feathered train with tired layered of grey tulle attached to the structured bodice.
She swept her blonde locks back from her face in an elegant bun, and chose a dramatic cat eye eyeliner to complete her look.
Model Oliver, looked typically suave in a white double breasted blazer with matching trousers.
Loved-up: The couple, who are set to tie the knot in just two weeks, looked effortlessly chic in their stylish ensembles for the star-studded event
Incredible: Pixie’s sensational dress boasted a long feathered train with tired layered of grey tulle attached to the structured bodice
He donned a pale blue shirt and black tie underneath with some patent loafers, also opting to slick his hair back.
The couple have recently been organising the final touches for their upcoming nuptials, as they are set to get married in just two weeks, but jetted to France for the film premiere.
There’s a lot of excitement around the Elvis Presley biopic from Australia’s Baz Luhrmann, who is hoping to recreate the buzz he generated when he brought the can-can to Cannes with Moulin Rouge! 20 years ago.
Elegant: She swept her blonde locks back from her face in an elegant bun, and chose a dramatic cat eye eyeliner to complete her look
The film chronicles the life and career of Elvis from his early days as a child growing up in Mississippi to his ascent as a rock and roll icon and movie star, along with his complex relationship with his manager.
Baz served as the film’s director and co-screenwriter, along with Sam Bromell, Craig Pearce and Jeremy Donner, from a story he conceived with Jeremy.
The musical drama stars Austin and Tom Hanks, who plays his infamous manager Colonel Tom Parker.
Dapper: Model Oliver, looked typically suave in a white double breasted blazer with matching trousers
Elvis – who sold over 1B records – received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2018 and he’s been inducted into multiple music halls of fame.
Elvis died, age 42, in 1977 from cardiac arrhythmia due to a toxic reaction to codeine.
Austin recently noted that he ‘lost touch’ with his own personality while playing the eponymous character.
Star: Watching from the wings is Colonel Tom Parker – played by Tom Hanks – whom Elvis signed a contract with in January 1955 and he went on to manage him for over two decades
The King: Austin (left) looked strikingly different as he transformed into the rock singer Elvis Presley (right)
He told GQ Magazine: ‘You can lose touch with who you actually are, and I definitely had that when I finished Elvis – not knowing who I was.’
As well as the mental impact of playing Elvis, Austin also revealed he was bedridden for a week after falling unwell one day after wrapping up the filming in March 2021.
Austin said he was diagnosed with a virus that simulates appendicitis and said it was like his body shut down straight after filming.
He said: ‘I woke up at four in the morning with excruciating pain, and I was rushed to hospital.’
Much-anticipated: On Monday, Warner Bros. Pictures unveiled the second trailer for Elvis – which will hit theatres on June 24