Lupita Nyong'o All Smiles in First Red Carpet Appearance After Selema Masekela Split

The 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' actress looks stunning in an all-white ensemble when she attends the GO Campaign's 17th Annual GO Gala with her mother Dorothy Nyong'o.

AceShowbiz - Lupita Nyong'o was all smiles during her first red carpet appearance following a painful breakup. A few days after announcing her breakup with Selema Masekela, the "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" actress flaunted her stunning look at a recent event.

On Saturday, October 21, the 40-year-old Oscar winner appeared in good spirits when she made an appearance at the GO Campaign's 17th Annual GO Gala. She was attending the event in Los Angeles with her mother Dorothy Nyong'o. While stepping on the red carpet, she was smiling from ear-to-ear and striking a number of poses in front of cameras.

Lupita went with an all-white ensemble. She donned a loose white dress that came with a halter neck design, a plunging neckline and long sleeves. Her gown was long enough to cover her feet and shoes. She completed the look with a white headpiece, which covered her hair and most part of her forehead. Keeping her accessories minimal, she added a pair of sparkling silver earrings.

During the event, Lupita also posed for a number of photos with her mother Dorothy, who wore a long gold dress with white flower patterns all over it and a pair of matching earrings. In addition, the actress took pictures with actor Robert Pattinson, who looked clean in an all-black formal get-up.

Lupita hit the red carpet a few days after confirming her "devastating" split from her boyfriend Selema. "There are much more important things going on in the world right now, and my thoughts are with those who are deeply suffering," she penned in an Instagram post published on Thursday, October 19. "At this moment, it is necessary for me to share a personal truth and publicly dissociate myself from someone I can no longer trust."

"I find myself in a season of heartbreak because of a love suddenly and devastatingly extinguished by deception," the actress portraying Red in "Us" continued. "I am tempted to run into the shadows and hide, only to return to the light when I have regained my strength enough for me to say, 'Whatever, my life is better this way.' But I am reminded that the magnitude of the pain I am feeling is equal to the measure of my capacity for love."

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