AceShowbiz - Dua Lipa stole attention with her show-stopping look at the world premiere of "Alita: Battle Angel" at the Odeon Leicester Square in London on Thursday, January 31. The "Be the One" songstress showed some skin in her revealing dress, despite the chilling temperature that night.
The English singer donned a strapless black-and-white striped top with a black sheer laser cut full length skirt. She wore black sequined low-rise briefs underneath, flaunting her perky booty. Her raven locks were let loose in simple straight style to compliment her futuristic theme. She sings the film's soundtrack titled "Swan Song".
Also going edgy with her dress, Jennifer Connelly who stars in the movie opted for a white crocheted mini dress by Louis Vuitton which featured a lattice sequined mesh. She wore a little black belt to accentuate her small waist, and completed her look with black lace boots and a bespoke bag also by the same designer.
Rosa Salazar, who portrays the titular character in the movie, looked out of this world with her blue glittering sequined dress which featured dramatic ruffle layers from the waist down to her legs. The dress also had straps across the chest, showing moderate amount of cleavage.
Also in attendance at the special screening included star Christoph Waltz, director Robert Rodriguez, producers James Cameron and Jon Landau, as well as model and chef Isaac Carew, who came in support of Dua Lipa.
Dua Lipa made a dramatic entrance in her black-and-white gown.
She wore low-rise briefs underneath a completely sheer skirt, flaunting her butt cheeks.
Dua Lipa and her beau Isaac Carew looked genuinely in love while posing together on the blue carpet.
Jennifer Connelly went edgy in a white crocheted mini dress with a lattice sequined mesh.
Rosa Salazar looked out of this world in a blue sequined gown.
Jennifer Connelly and Rosa Salazar sandwiched "Alita" producer Jon Landau.
Christoph Waltz wore a silver suit and gray scarf for the premiere.
Robert Rodriguez didn't forget his signature cowboy hat.
James Cameron opted for an all-black ensemble.
Manga artist Yukito Kishiro, whose comic is adapted into the feature film, reflected his profession with his hat.