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Cameron Diaz, Kate Upton, and Leslie Mann Rock 'Other Woman' U.K. Premiere

April 3, 2014 (7:36 am) GMT
The three movie beauties tour Europe, hitting London and Amsterdam before visiting MTV Movie Awards later this month.
Kate Upton, Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann

A red carpet was rolled out to welcome celebrity guests at the Curzon Mayfair in London, England for the premiere of "". The main actresses, , , and , came to the screening on Wednesday, April 2.

Diaz wowed in a black leather dress by The Row and matched it with Manolo Blahnik shoes. Upton looked classy in a black William vintage frock that she paired with Christian Louboutin heels, while Mann opted for Roger Vivier shoes and a patterned dress by Giles.

One day before, the trio hit Amsterdam at the Pathe Tuschinski Theatre to promote the comedy which is due Stateside on April 25. Diaz went with a Dior black dress, Upton chose a strapless Christian Siriano white pencil dress, while Mann wore a Delpozo dress.

The movie follows three women who become close allies after finding out that their man is three-timing them. Diaz the lawyer, Mann the wife and Upton "the boobs" band together to plot mutual revenge on their cheating, lying man who is played by .

The three actresses will next drop by 2014 MTV Movie Awards on April 13 to serve as presenters, joining "" couple and , "" cast , , , and , as well as "" leading lady .






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