Liz Hurley paraded her cleavage in a dazzling gown as she geared up for a star-studded Oscars party.

The ageless actress, 55, put on a plunging dress and certainly sparkled as she plugged her pal Elton John's vital post ceremony bash.

She was gearing up for the iconic event and her hair was uber glam as she enjoyed a pre-party drink.

Gossip Girl star Liz is no stranger to the Oscars and although she would rather be there in person, she raised a glass from her £6million Herefordshire mansion.

The star invited her followers to join in the fun at Elton's virtual party, with every penny raised going towards a very good cause.

She said: "Come with me tonight to Elton's legendary Oscar party and help raise money for the Elton John Aids Foundation."

Wearing a very low-cut gold sequinned dress, she certainly looked ready for a night out.

The video had over 100,000 views in just a few hours as hey loyal fans didn't waste any time telling her how incredible she looked.

"Simply stunning… how are you so gorgeous?" one fans posted.

Another wrote: "The most beautiful woman in the world!!!"

The Oscars received several complaints by viewers on Sunday evening, as many believed the memorial segment was "rushed".

Meanwhile, other aired their disappointment over the "upbeat" soundtrack that was used to commemorate the stars.

Stars such as Chadwick Boseman, Helen McCrory, and Sir Sean Connery were remembered in the short piece.

Because of the worldwide pandemic, the ceremony tragically had a lot more names to cover this time round.

Actress Angela Basset who introduced the honorary section this year made reference to the pandemic and highlighted the fact that the virus had claimed over 3million deaths.

The star said: "As of April 25, 2021, there were recorded over 3 million souls lost around the world to COVID alone.

"Considering the enormity of our collective loss and the often incomprehensible times we're living through, we wish to also acknowledge those precious lives lost to the violence of inequality, injustice, hatred, racism, and poverty."

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