Glenn Close is keeping her hands to herself at the 2021 Oscars.
The 74-year-old actress hit the red carpet on Sunday night in an astonishing, vigorously adorned long-sleeved blue Armani Privé tunic over a couple of silk slacks.
She decorated with a couple of elegant silk gloves, which were maybe a nod to the progressing Covid pandemic.
E! News host Brad Goreski added that designer Giorgio Armani made the gloves for Close as an homage to his own mom, who frequently wore the accessories also.
In front of red carpet, Close posted a video of an assistant rubbing CBD lotion on her feet to guarantee that her black pumps wouldn’t cause soreness during the awards show.
Close got her eighth Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Hillbilly Elegy.”
The actress has never taken home an Oscar statue, however should she win this evening, she’s now got huge plans: Close revealed to Giuliana Rancic that she would carry the prize to the public library or local coffee shop to show average individuals what it resembles, in real life.