Rosie Huntington-Whiteley knows how to steal the limelight, doesn't she?
All eyes were on the model as she arrived at the LA premiere of the Expendables 3 on the arm of boyfriend Jason Statham, who stars in the film.
Rosie, 27, looked stunning in a monochrome printed long Emilio Pucci gown, which featured sheer cutout panels that showed off her gorgeous legs.
She wore her hair cascading down her back and kept her make up nude and neutral.
The couple posed for pictures together on the red carpet at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, and Jason, 47, was also smart in a navy fitted suit.
Other big names at the event included Sylvester Stallone, Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford, and Antonio Banderas.
Meanwhile, model Rosie has been one busy woman, fronting top magazine covers left, right and everywhere.
She recently shared a picture of her on the cover of Vogue Turkey looking stunning in a white cutout dress.
And then there was her Harper's Bazaar UK cover, which she also shared, writing: "Happy to share with you my new cover for @bazaaruk. Photos by @davidslijper styling by @mirandaalmond hair @georgenorthwood make up @lisaeldridgemakeup @imgmodelslondon. Thank you @bazaaruk."
In the interview with the magazine's September issue, she described how she misses England while living in LA.
According to Just Jared, she said: "I do battle with wanting to be closer to my family, wanting to call my brother on a Sunday and ask him to come round and watch the X Factor, or be there to support my sister, or go shopping with my mum.
"Not being able to do that can get me down. But I feel really grateful that I do get to be here once a month. There's an instant connection with a British person. I can sit here and tell you about things and we instantly get what the other one is talking about."
Rosie is one of those lucky girls that almost every other woman wants to look like (damn her). Check out some of her top looks in the gallery below:
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