“Gal Gadot’s Charades Charm: The Night she Sparkled in a Sequin Jumpsuit”

At the Critics Choice Awards, Gal Gadot received the SeeHer award, presented by her Wonder Woman director, Patty Jenkins. The two talented women engaged in a friendly rivalry during a game of Charades on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Gal, 32, showed off her stunning figure in a form-fitting sequin jumpsuit while dancing to Shakira’s hit, “Hips Don’t Lie.” Check out the video below to see the fun unfold.

Beaming: Gal Gadot, 32, became friendly rivals with Patty, 46, as they went head-to-head in a lively game of Charades on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday

Radiant: Gal Gadot, aged 32, engaged in a friendly rivalry with Patty, aged 46, as they competed in an energetic game of Charades on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Gal’s dazzling outfit featured a daring deep neckline and was slightly cinched at the waist to highlight her petite figure as she eagerly took the stage to act out the popular song. Late-night host Jimmy quickly guessed the song, eliciting joyous cheers from Gal as they clinched the first round. The slender actress showcased her flawless legs in long black trousers, paired with elegant black sparkly heels to complete the ultra-glamorous ensemble.

Shimmy: The Israeli beauty flaunted her enviable figure in a curve hugging sequin jumpsuit as she shimmied to Shakira's song Hips Don't Lie

Shimmy showed off her stunning physique in a tight-fitting sequin jumpsuit as she danced to Shakira’s hit “Hips Don’t Lie.” Her natural wavy chocolate hair contrasted beautifully with her neutral makeup, featuring nude matte lipstick and plenty of mascara.

Director Patty exuded elegance in a floral dress paired with silver high heels, effortlessly winning the second round with her performance inspired by “Karate Kid.” In a closely contested battle, the Wonder Woman director and her lead actress faced off in the final challenge.

Winners: The sparkling ensemble boasted a racy plunging neckline and lightly cinched to showcase Gal's tiny waist as she excitedly took to the stage to start acting out the hit tune

Gal looked stunning in her glamorous outfit, which featured a daring low neckline and accentuated her slender waist. She was full of excitement as she hit the stage to perform a popular song.

The event, which also showcased performances by Noah Cyrus and acclaimed actor Sam Rockwell, ended on a high note as Gal and Jimmy emerged victorious in the final challenge. Jimmy successfully guessed the song “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” while Gal showcased her impressive cat impersonation skills.

Gal and Patty enjoyed a night of celebration at the Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles. Patty presented Gal with the prestigious SeeHer award, which recognizes women who play a significant role in accurately depicting women in the entertainment industry.

During her acceptance speech, Gal reflected on the lack of female-led movies and directors when she first started acting. She highlighted the recent success of women in the box office, emphasizing the importance of female representation in the industry.

Heated: Director Patty looked just as elegant in a form-fitting floral dress, with skyscrapper silver heels as she effortless won the second round with her Karate Kid performance

Passionate: Director Patty exuded grace in a figure-hugging floral gown paired with stunning silver heels as she effortlessly impressed the audience with her Karate Kid performance.
“This year, three of the highest-grossing films were led by women, and one of them was directed by the talented Patty Jenkins,” she proudly stated, mentioning Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Beauty And The Beast, and Wonder Woman.
“Among the top 100 films, there were eight more directed by women. While this is a step forward, there’s still a long road ahead,” Gal emphasized.
“We have a responsibility not only to entertain but also to inspire and educate others about love and respect,” she concluded.

Goddess gown: Gal Gadot stunned in a long silver Prada dress on Thursday at the Critics' Choice Awards in Santa Monica, California

Gal Gadot looked absolutely stunning in a gorgeous silver Prada gown at the Critics’ Choice Awards in California. Her Wonder Woman director, Patty, presented her with an award, calling her ‘my real Wonder Woman.’ Patty praised Gal for embodying the hero’s struggles both on and off the screen, highlighting her selflessness and dedication to the character. Gal received a standing ovation and graciously thanked the critics for the honor, as well as her close friend and sister, Patty, for the award.

Special award: The Israeli actress was honored with the SeeHer Award at the event

Gal was presented with the prestigious SeeHer Award at the event, recognizing her outstanding contributions as an Israeli actress. She expressed that her ultimate ambition in her acting career was to portray a powerful and independent female character in a genuine way. Interestingly, she found all the qualities she admired in this dream role when she was cast as Wonder Woman. Gal emphasized that the iconic superhero embodies qualities such as courage, strength, empathy, and forgiveness, despite her own personal challenges. Gal noted that Wonder Woman’s imperfections make her relatable and authentic to audiences.

Deserved: Gal was presented the award by her Wonder Woman director Patty who told the audience that Gal was 'my real Wonder Woman'

Gal was honored with an award by her Wonder Woman director Patty, who referred to her as “my real Wonder Woman.” During her acceptance speech, Gal made a nod to the Harvey Weinstein scandal that shook Hollywood, stating that she wanted to share the award with all those who stand up for what’s right and defend those who cannot speak for themselves.

She promised never to be silent and vowed to continue fighting for equality alongside others. The Wonder Woman film also scooped the Best Action Movie award at the ceremony. Released in May 2017, the superhero movie has grossed an impressive $822 million at the box office.

Last year, the first SeeHer Award was given to Viola Davis.

Wonder woman: Gal said that throughout her career her 'dream role' was of a 'strong, independent woman, a real one'

Wonder Woman: Gal shared that her ultimate aspiration in acting was to portray a strong and independent female character, one that embodies real strength and authenticity.

Smiles: The mum-of-two, who posed with Chris Hemsworth on the custom blue carpet, received a standing ovation and thanked the critics 'for this amazing honor and recognition' and her 'friend and sister' Patty for the award

Beaming with joy, the mother of two stood alongside Chris Hemsworth on the specially designed blue carpet. She graciously accepted a standing ovation from the critics and expressed her gratitude for the incredible honor and acknowledgment. She also took a moment to thank her close friend and “sister,” Patty, for presenting her with the award.

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