Camila Cabello Stuns in Sparkling High-Low Gown at 'Cinderella' Premiere

The leading lady hit the red carpet for the film's L.A. premiere in a sparkling silver-and-black gown.

Camila Cabello is a modern day princess as she steps out for the Los Angeles premiere of Amazon Studios' CinderellaCabello hit the carpet at the Greek Theatre on Monday night in an embroidered, sparkling high-low Oscar de la Renta gown.

The dress featured a silver, glittering bodice while the black skirt was bustled for a shorter in the front, longer in the back look. The 24-year-old singer-actress paired the dress with long, black combat boots, diamond earrings and a slicked-back ponytail. She kept her makeup simple, allowing her dress to do the talking.

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When speaking to ET's Lauren Zima at the premiere, Cabello quipped that she wore the tall boots due to "a little hairy leg action." 

"I feel really pretty and I'm really excited about tonight," she said. "It's amazing, and I think it's definitely not sunk in yet."

Cabello prepared for her first acting role with some classes and a clear motto. "I think it's all about being present and having fun and not taking yourself too seriously," she shared.   

Cabello's co-stars, Billy Porter and Idina Menzel, came to slay as well. Porter wowed in a black-and-white suit-style dress that was topped with a large white bow and featured a long and dramatic train, fit for the film's fairy godparent.

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Menzel dressed for the part of the villain perfectly in a moody all-black outfit. Menzel wore a turtleneck top which she paired with a sparkling black skirt. The stage star accessorized the look with a small black clutch with glittery details, dark eye makeup and a bold, red lip.

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Cabello's prince, Nicholas Galitzine, also served a standout look at the premiere. The 26-year-old actor topped his all-black look with a bright red suit jacket with black, pinstriped details.

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The setup for the latest retelling of the Disney film begins like the classic: A prince (Galitzine) is hosting a ball to find his perfect bride, and Cinderella's evil stepmother won't let her attend. But this version has jukebox musical numbers (including Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation," as teased in the trailer) and the fairy godparent is "Fab G," played by Porter.

The twist this time? Cinderella isn't all that interested in becoming a princess. Instead, she wants to open her own dressmaking shop.

Cinderella hails from writer-director Kay Cannon and features original tracks by Cabello and Menzel, who plays her stepmother. Pierce Brosnan and Minnie Driver co-star as the king and queen, with James Corden as one of Cinderella's mice-turned-human. 

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Cinderella will begin streaming exclusively on Prime Video on Sept. 3.



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