She’s never starred on Broadway but that didn’t stop Kendall Jenner from putting in a head-turning performance at the Tony Awards on Sunday.
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The 19-year-old reality star-turned-model displayed her long legs in a stylish peach custom Calvin Klein mini dress.
Accompanying the teen was the fashion house’s women’s creative director Francisco Costa, making for a very stylish red carpet duo at Radio City Hall in New York. Kendall’s frock featured a high neckline and long sleeves and was thickly encrusted with sequins for a shimmering luxurious texture.
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She teamed it with blush satin stilettos for a very leggy look as well as a silver box clutch. The fashion designer twirled around to display a keyhole cut-out at the back and her long brunette locks gently waved in a simple centre parting.
Kendall completed the look with a complementary peach blusher and glossy lips. Tony winners Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth co-host the show which will be broadcast live on CBS, while Jennifer Lopez will be introducing one of the night’s big musical performances, Finding Neverland. The best musical prize has turned into a race with An American in Paris, with a score by George and Ira Gershwin, and the lesbian coming-out story Fun Home in the lead.
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An American in Paris had a slight edge among a poll of 14 theater experts on the awards show tracking website Goldderby.com. It’s the big commercial hit, American in Paris versus the small, critical darling,
Fun Home,’ said Paul Sheehan, Gold Derby’s executive editor. Producer Debbie Bisno described 2014-2015, in which attendance topped 13.1 million and grosses soared to $1.36 billion, as ‘an incredibly robust, creative season.’ The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a British import about a 15-year-old math whiz with Asperger Syndrome, is the top bet to take home the Tony for best play.
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Its young star, recent Juilliard School graduate Alex Sharp, could also top multiple Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper as the physically deformed male in The Elephant Man and English actor Bill Nighy’s wealthy restaurateur in Skylight for the best actor award in a play.