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The stars of stage and screen showed lit up the red carpet of the 73rd Tony Awards on Sunday night.
Marisa Tomei, Rachel Brosnahan and Emily Ratajkowski all turned heads at the event, held in New York City's iconic Radio City Music Hall in cleavage-baring gowns.
Cousin - Vinny - Actress - Tomei - Decades
My Cousin Vinny actress Tomei in particular looked decades younger than her 54 years in a strapless floral dress with a thigh high split.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming actress' gorgeous gams could be glimpsed through her gown's sheer material.
Train - Academy - Award - Actress - Heels
Meanwhile, a long train spilled out behind the Academy Award winning actress, whose black heels added inches to her diminutive 5ft5in frame.
The Brooklyn native wore her brunette tresses in a half-up style for her red carpet stroll.
Gone - Girl - Actress - Ratajkowski - Assets
Gone Girl actress Ratajkowski meanwhile put her assets on display with a black dress with side cutouts and a deep, plunging neckline.
Her brunette tresses had been chopped into a chin length bob and her arms were adorned with a number of silver bracelets.
Emily - Eyes - Eye - Makeup
Emily's brown eyes were highlighted with liberally applied smokey eye makeup.
Marvelous Mrs Maisel star Brosnahan also took the plunge, in a tulle gown which showed plenty of cleavage.
Blonde - Bombshell - Eye - Albeit - Magenta
The blonde bombshell also rocked smokey eye, albeit in magenta.
The 28-year-old was decked out in a bevy of gold jewelry, from a multitude of rings on her fingers to diamond encrusted star drop earrings.
Tony - Awards - Professionals - Achievement - Broadway
The Tony Awards, which honors theatre professionals for distinguished achievement on Broadway, has been broadcast on CBS since 1978.
James Corden, the host of CBS' The Late Late Show and a Tony winner himself, will host Sunday's ceremony.
Hadestown - Anais - Mitchell - Broadway - Debut
Hadestown, singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell's Broadway debut, leads the nominations with 14 nods, followed by the jukebox musical Ain’t Too Proud, built around songs by the Temptations, which received a dozen nominations.
The musical Hadestown, which intertwines the myths of Orpheus and Eurydice...
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