Emma Watson is busy promoting her musical fantasy film Beauty And The Beast. On Monday, she walked into the Lincoln Center at New York City wearing a floor-length yellow gown, flaunting a bit of her cleavage.
The simple backless dress of the former Disney star failed to completely cover her chest. It gave a glimpse of her assets underneath as she walked on to the stage with a book on her hand to address a group of children.
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Watson's yellow gown looked similar to the one she wore during her onscreen appearance as the female protagonist Belle in the dark fantasy film. She teamed up the outfit with a pair of studded earrings, a gold necklace, a bracelet on her right hand and several rings.
At the event, organised by The NY Film Society For Kids, the Harry Potter star spoke about her love for books and how it helped shape her personality, according to Mail Online.
This is not the first time the UN ambassador opened up about her reading habits. According to her, there are probably over 80 million girls across the globe who never got an opportunity to study.
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"[Books are] so powerful and they have the ability to change your life and your outlook, and this story really speaks to that, the sacred nature of books and their ability to transport you and empower you," Watson said while interacting with a representative of Mashable.
Meanwhile, the 26-year-old actress made a daring move by donning a pure black floor-length gown during the premiere of her film Beauty And The Beast in New York City. The double layer dress with thick diamond-shaped panel on top of a see-through thin layered cloth displayed a bit of her cleavage as she posed for the camera.
Watson was criticised by many of her fans and was called a hypocrite for posing bra-less during the photoshoot of Vanity Fair magazine early this month. She addressed the controversy by stating that Feminism has nothing to do with her "t**s" and it is not a stick to beat other women. "It's about freedom, it's about liberation, it's about equality," she added.