Selena Gomez Stuns in Red Leather Dress at UNICEF Gala – E! Online
Selena Gomez sure made a hot statement for her second red carpet appearance of 2016.
Just two nights after she looked gorgeous in a white gown at Golden Globe after parties, the “Same Old Love” pop princess slipped into a red leather Louis Vuitton dress for last night’s Unicef Ball at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons hotel.
Gomez, a longtime UNICEF ambassador, showed off her toned arms and tight bod in the floor length number that featured flower-shaped cutouts running down both legs.
She was just one of the many celebs to hit the gala, which honored David Beckham with the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Award.
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“These evenings are special,” the soccer stud said. “We all like to dress up, we all like to wear nice suits, wear nice gowns, eat great food, drink nice wine and these events are important, but what’s more important about these events is what comes from these events. This is where money is raised. This is where a light is shone on the most difficult circumstances that happen in our lifetime…So, I want to thank everybody for their generosity, for their time and for being here tonight.”
Becks began working with UNICEF 15 years ago after the then Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan asked him to be an ambassador for the children’s organization.
“It was something that I was very proud of,” Beckham said. “I know what UNICEF did, I know what UNICEF does. There are thousands of UNICEF employees around the world now committing themselves to helping young children around the world…and sometimes putting themselves in dangerous situations. They’re the people who are really doing an incredible incredible job.”
The “Crocodile Rock” music icon ribbed his friend for some of his less athletic endeavors. “He established himself as one of the best that ever was [in soccer] and he gave up all of that to be a renowned underwear model,” John cracked. “Well done, David.”
The celeb guest list also included Nicole Kidman, Heidi Klum, How to Get Away With Murder‘s Matt McGorry and Charlie Webb, Miranda Kerr, Jennifer Connelly, Paul Bettany, Jesse Metcalfe, Cara Santana, Brooke Burke-Charvet, David Charvet and newly single mega producer David Foster.