MARGOT Robbie looked incredible in a glittering gold gown at the premiere of her new movie last night.
The stunning blonde actress looked chic in the belted frock which featured a thigh high split at the glitzy event to promote I, Tonya.
The Australian actress plays the former ice-skater in the biopic and posed next to her at the event.
Margot stunned in the sleeveless dress that showed off her toned arms.
The shimmery material fell down to her ankles and hugged her gym-honed figure.
The Suicide Squad actress completed her elegant look with a pair of towering open-toed heels, which displayed her vampy black pedicure.
The film, based on Tonya’s rise and fall in ice skating, is about Tonya and her ex husband Jeff Gillooly.
Jeff and co-conspirator Shawn Eckardt planned on breaking Tonya’s ice skating competitor, Nancy Kerrigan’s leg at the 1994 National Figure Skating Championship.
The attack led Tonya to be stripped of her US Championship title in 1994 and withdrawn from the World Figure Skating Championships.
Tonya had to also resign from the United States Figure Skating Association.
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She also pleaded guilty to conspiring to hinder the prosecution of Nancy’s attackers.
The former athlete had a £119,000 fine and 500 hours of community service.