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True Blood Season 5 Premiere: Anna Paquin's BABY Bump Shows!

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Published on May 31, 2012

True Blood Season 5 Premiere: Anna Paquin's BABY Bump Shows!
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Mommy to Be Anna Paquin dazzles at the Los Angeles premiere of HBO's True Blood!

Anna who is set to be a mommy, showed off her baby bump in a gorgeous but vampy look which was oddly perfect for the occasion. The pregnant star stepped out in an asymmetrical black dress by the designer Rachel Corney.

The dress was tailored absolutely perfect to her baby bump and the rest of her fit figure showing off her little one to be while at the same time, flaunting her assets.

The sheer polka dot neckline which transcended into a deep V gave the frock a very sexy feel while. Plus the detailed paneling on the dress was definiletly a step up from your standard LBD.

The asymmetrical hemline with the same sheer fabric over it to create a midi-length proved to be a great touch.

The actress finished off the look with black peep toe pumps and accessorized with Stephen Webster jewels.

Her earrings were drop down black stones with some diamond detailing and just to add a little extra she wore just one additional star in her left ear!

For Anna's makeup, she went for the dark and dramatic look with a sultry smokey eye. She played up the dark by lighting the corners of her eye with a shimmery shardown and sis a light cat winged eyeliner with bold lashes.

And for her hair—Anna did a gorgeous updo, that wasn't too refined and had the perfect amount of volume right at the front!

I'm Brianna Baxter for RED.

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