Zendaya Revealed She Regretted Wearing Her Viral Armor Look, See Why

A premiere that left everyone talking.

The press tour for Dune: Part Two has turned into a showcase of high-fashion ensembles, particularly from Zendaya, whose bold fashion choices consistently astonish onlookers.

During the movie’s premiere in London, Zendaya, at 27, surpassed expectations yet again. Dressed by her trusted stylist, Law Roach, Zendaya made a striking appearance in a vintage Mugler robot suit.

The vintage couture outfit, first seen at the Paris Fashion Week in 1995, is crafted from silver fabric designed to mimic robotic armor, featuring PVC-covered cutouts, including those on the breasts and the back.

Zendaya offered a bold glimpse of the design’s revealing back as she struck poses on the carpet. Her rendition of the outfit was styled remarkably close to the original, complete with metallic pumps. Yet, she opted out of wearing the headpiece, choosing instead a sleek bun with side bangs and enhancing the look with a statement jewel necklace.

Her outfit choice gained mixed reactions online.

Despite the outfit’s glam, Zendaya’s look received mixed reactions online with some people calling it ’ridiculous’.

  • «I love her and all, but no, this is ridiculous,» one user wrote.
  • «Celebrities can wear trash bags these days and get praised for it,» another added.
  • «Dressing up like this, showing the body, and then asking for privacy and respect? How?» asked one person.

    However, some fans praised the actress for her fashion choices:
  • «This is a 1995 Robot suit by Mugler, it’s a piece of art and fashion history, I think Zendaya did amazing wearing this,» one said.
  • «I do not get why everyone is hating. Not all famous women have to wear those Cinderella dresses. This is awesome!» another wrote, and we couldn’t agree more!

Zendaya’s behind-the-scenes decision.

Zendaya recently shared that her famous red carpet moment nearly didn’t happen. In a recent video for Vogue’s Life in Looks series, the 26-year-old star shared the behind-the-scenes story of her daring fashion choice.

Despite her enthusiasm for the idea, Zendaya’s stylist, Law Roach, initially had reservations. Concerned that Zendaya might back out at the last minute, Roach questioned whether she was serious about wearing such a bold ensemble. Zendaya remained committed to the vision.

Securing the archival design was just the beginning of the journey. One of the original creators of the suit from the ’90s even attended the fitting, and Zendaya described the experience as unexpected —the armor fit her like a glove, solidifying her belief that this fashion moment was meant to be.

She recently revealed she regretted her outfit choice.

However, as the premiere approached, doubts crept in. Zendaya admitted to second-guessing her decision, fearing that the outfit might be a «bad idea.» These doubts intensified when she faced physical discomfort when wearing the metal armor.

Zendaya revealed that within minutes of putting on the bodysuit, she began to feel lightheaded. The metal material quickly absorbed and trapped heat, causing discomfort exacerbated by the complete bodysuit and barrier between her skin and the metal.

Yet, the metal bodysuit proved to be too uncomfortable to endure for an extended period. Zendaya later changed into a more conventional yet equally stunning black cowl neck Mugler gown, adorned with vintage Bulgari earrings and an emerald ring.

Actually, in 2019 Zendaya tried a Cinderella dress too. Check out this article to decide which style suits her more.

Reba McEntire kicked off Super Bowl LVIII with a spectacular rendition of The National Anthem.

Reba McEntire captivated audiences with her stirring rendition of the National Anthem at Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday.

As McEntire delivered her performance, the broadcast showcased alternating images of soldiers stationed in South Korea and the American-flag-adorned Las Vegas dome. In a touching moment, Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle was visibly moved to tears.

Despite some minor audio issues, McEntire’s rendition garnered widespread acclaim on social media. Commentator Clay Travis remarked, “Post Malone and Reba McEntire both nailed it. And, by the way, I haven’t seen any NFL players kneeling for the anthem lately. It’s remarkable how that trend has disappeared, and ratings have hit all-time highs since then.”

McEntire, a celebrated country music icon, has a rich history of performing the National Anthem, dating back to 1974.

This year’s Super Bowl lineup also included Post Malone singing “America The Beautiful” and Andra Day performing “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

In a previous interview with Good Morning America, McEntire shared her approach to preparing for such high-profile performances: “You warm up like you do for a concert, sing it five or six times, and then you’re ready to go.”

— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) February 11, 2024

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