Scarlett Johansson spills out of busty skintight gown on Baftas red carpet

Film stars from across the globe came to London tonight as the biggest names from the world of showbiz attended the 73rd BAFTAs awards ceremony this evening.

Each of the famous faces took their turn to pose up a storm at the famous Royal Albert Hall.

Leading Actress nominee Scarlett Johansson, 35, pulled out all the stops with her skintight outfit alongside the likes of Renee Zellweger, Florence Pugh and Saorise Ronan.

Scarlett flaunted her famous curves this evening wearing a dazzling 1920s-inspired pink sequinned floor-length gown complete with feathers.

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The actress let the dazzling dress do the talking, showing off her curves and flashing a bit of leg through the slashed slit of her gown.

The Marriage Story star oozed sex appeal in the low-cut number featured a beaded bodice and a tasselled hemline.

Scarlett completed her look with chandelier-inspired earrings which complimented her outfit.

The movie star wore her iconic locks in a chic updo and added some glittery pink make-up to enhance her natural beauty.

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Scarlett is up for two gongs at tonight's ceremony.

As well as her nomination in the Best Actress category, she has also been given a nod for Best Supporting Actress.

Both nominations are for her roles in Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit.

The actress last won a Bafta in 2014 for her role as Charlotte in blockbuster Lost in Translation.

The EE British Academy Film Awards is considered the UK's most prestigious awards ceremony.

The ceremony will be hosted by Graham Norton, taking over the role from Joanna Lumley, who has hosted the ceremony for the last two years.

Joker is this year's frontrunner with a whopping 11 nominations, while The Irishman and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood are close behind with 10 nods each.

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