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- Melissa McCarthy modeled a long turquoise dress and a stylish pastel dress in new photos for her InStyle cover
Melissa McCarthy modeled a long turquoise dress and a stylish pastel dress in new photos for her InStyle cover
50-year-old Melissa McCarthy is no stranger to stunning looks, and her latest photo shoot for the magazine was no exception. The actress who has reportedly lost 22.7 -34 kilograms. For the past few years, she has posed for incredible photos for her April 2021 InStyle cover, and fans can't get enough of her luscious outfits! In one eye-catching photo, she showed off her stunning figure in a long, fitted turquoise knit dress, and in another, a long pastel dress.
Choosing a turquoise color, she stood on a platform that looked like a black box, while the bottom of Hanifa's dress was stretched over the box, hiding her legs. She wore brightly colored Gucci sunglasses and her shoulder-length brown hair parted down the middle.
In a pastel outfit, she stood with one hand on her hip and with the other holding a colorful patchwork jacket called Romance Was Born, reminiscent of a patchwork quilt. The Ten Pieces dress had a zipper in the front and a wrap-around strap. The quarter-sleeves and bottom of the dress widened, giving the former Vegas Bachelorette star a light, medieval look.
In an interview attached to the gorgeous photos of InStyle, Melissa spoke on a variety of interesting and important topics, including how she lives in Australia now and the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The talented star is starring in Hulu's Nine Perfect Strangers with Nicole Kidman in Byron Bay and loves it.
“I am connected to Australia in a way that I did not expect. I could easily live here for the rest of my life. I am delighted with this place,”she told the publication. “Everyone is so chatty. I'm a midwestern girl living in Los Angeles where no one wants to talk to you. And here I am, at the grocery store, and I can't walk a single aisle without talking to someone. It is wonderful. I come home, and by that time I had already had 15 conversations with various people."