She was supporting the organization famous for defending the individual liberties and rights of Americans.Selena Gomez stunned in a reflective copper-colored dress Sunday night at the Bill of Rights Dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, put on by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California.The 27-year-old actress and singer was set to present an award at the socially conscious event, which also featured Don Cheadle and Chrissy Metz, among others.
Selena was unmissable in the lustrous dress, which featured long sleeves and reached down to her ankles.The outfit, which was covered in diagonal ribbed stripes, was belted around her waist and had a prominent collar.The Spring Breakers star elevated her 5ft5in stature with a pair of black open-toe platform heels. She had her face made up with a sultry burgundy lip and she wore her dark locks swept across one shoulder.
Selena was enlisted at this year’s awards dinner as a presenter.She posed on the red carpet with singer and activist Justin Tranter, who was being honored with one of the Bill of Rights Awards for their musical activism on behalf of the LGBTQIA+ community.One of the other award recipient was Don Cheadle, who has been a vocal advocate for a number of issues, including racial and gender equality.He looked classy in a navy suit with a striped shirt covered in pale flowers.His partner, actress Brigid Coulter, stood out with her low-cut candy-colored dress covered in cartoon scenes.
This Is Us star Chrissy Metz sparkled in a black dress adorned with silver spangles. Legendary songwriter Diane Warren, who wrote a song to be performed by Chrissy in the Christian film Breakthrough, accompanied her in a fierce black suit with large metal studs running up her sleeves.She added a black turtleneck decorated with a wolf’s head made of beads.
Nickelodean star Breanna Yde looked stylish in a raincoat-like dress with white, black and brown panels.Stumptown actress Camryn Manheim hit the red carpet in a sheet black top with wide sleeves decorated with rhinestones.Singer and transgender activist Shea Diamond stood out in a jacket covered in waves of black and silver sequins, which she paired with a lacy black skirt and a wide-brimmed hat.
Chrissy was the evening’s musical performer and was set to sing I’m Standing For You, written by Diane Warren.Chrissy starred in the film, which was released earlier this year, as the mother of a son who falls through the ice of a semi-frozen lake and is miraculously saved.Diane has accompanied her on guitar at previous performances, but the TV star was accompanied by a full band and backup singers for the ACLU awards.