Ross, a star in the comedy, shines alongside co-star Jeffrey Wright.
Tracee Ellis Ross made a stunning fashion statement at the American Fiction premiere in Los Angeles, showcasing her impeccable style.
The 51-year-old actress graced the event at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, donning a striking pink strapless, floor-length gown.
Her ensemble was elegantly paired with a soft green duster coat. Opting out of earrings, Ross let her dazzling array of diamond necklaces take center stage. She completed her look with decorative rings on each middle finger and a sleek bun hairstyle.
Reflecting on her fashion journey in a 2016 interview with us, Ross shared, “Clothing tells a story for me. My mother instilled the value of investing in quality pieces, like my versatile Alexander McQueen jacket, which I pair with anything, even sweatpants.”
The premiere also welcomed American Fiction director Cord Jefferson and a star-studded cast including Jeffrey Wright, John Ortiz, Erika Alexander, Leslie Uggams, Adam Brody, Keith David, and Sterling K. Brown.
American Fiction delves into the story of Dr. Thelonious “Monk” Ellison (portrayed by Wright), a novelist challenging the media’s portrayal of ‘Black’ culture through satirical writing.
In the film, Ross portrays Lisa Ellison, Monk’s sister. In the original novel, Erasure by Percival Everett, her character works at a women’s health clinic and navigates a complex relationship with her brother, marked by past parental favoritism.
2023 has been a busy year for Ross, with roles in Cold Copy and Candy Cane Lane. Earlier, she expressed to Today her confidence and zest for life, stating, “I feel sexier than ever. The world feels full of possibilities.”
Echoing this sentiment on the It’s Been a Minute podcast, she said, “I wouldn’t trade my current self for my younger years. I may have had tighter skin and muscles, but my comfort and confidence in my skin now are unparalleled.”
American Fiction is set for a theatrical release on Dec. 15.
This rewrite maintains the structure of the original article, emphasizing Ross’s fashion choices, insights into her character, and her thoughts on her career and self-confidence.