Judith Light, 73, attended the 2022 Tony Awards in a black Tom Brown embroidered ensemble. An elegant piece of clothing, the cut reveals the silhouette of the ex-star of Madame with a shiny satin fabric. Ultra chic, Judith Light reveals to us during this 75th edition of the Tony Awards a long-sleeved top, with straight and structured shoulders. Through this sublime outfit, we find a more modern effect of the classic ribbed knit. As for the skirt, Judith Light opted for a very elegant ultra long skirt, with a slit at the back for an ultra glamorous tone. Note that this set, called Finishing Light, is signed Kevin Michael Erickson.
Along with the top and skirt, Judith Light’s outfit was accessorized with a ring from Verdura and a diamond-encrusted silver necklace from Briony Raymond New York. To complete her outfit, Judith Light opted for black pointed-toe pumps. As the skirt is ultra long, its heels are completely hidden under the train. Fortunately, the American actress reveals them to us by striking a pose by raising her foot in a one-legged position.
Judith Light: sublime and very glamorous at the 2022 Tony Awards
The Tony Awards are an event dedicated to celebrating the best theatrical performances on Broadway. During the 2022 edition, the ceremony was broadcast on CBS, with several features scheduled. In addition to the essential “In Memoriam”, a tribute to the students as well as to the critics who worked on Broadway, throughout the 2021 season, was made during the event. As for the star presenters, we could see Vanessa Hudgens, Andrew Garfield, Jessica Chastain, Bowen Yang, Jennifer Hudson, Prince Jackson and Paris.
For the nominations list at the 75th Annual Tony Awards, “A Strange Loop” tops the chart with its 11 nominations, followed by “MJ” and “Paradise Square” which have only 10 nominations each. Next come “Company” (9) and “Lehman Trilogy” (8). The evening also featured performances by the 6 nominees for Best Music which are “Six”, “Paradise Square”, “MJ”, “Mr. Saturday Night”, “Girl From the North Country” and “A Strange Loop”. The evening also offered us a cover of “Company”, “The Music Man”, “Billy Porter, Bernadette Peters, the New York City Gay Men’s Choir” as well as the original Broadway cast in 2007’s “Spring Awakening”.
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