Priscilla dazzles at the 80th Venice Film Festival Bella Thorne, Sofia Coppola  and Priscilla Presley grace the glamourous event.

Priscilla dazzles at the 80th Venice Film Festival Bella Thorne, Sofia Coppola  and Priscilla Presley grace the glamourous event.

Priscilla Presley and other celebrities graced the 80th Venice Film Festival, marking the premiere of the film “Priscilla.”

The event had been somewhat underwhelming on the red carpet until this moment. The premiere paid homage to Elvis Aaron Presley, defying modern norms with an impressive guest list that included Bella Thorne, Sofia Coppola, and Priscilla Presley herself. This event was a stark contrast to a week of limited Hollywood elite appearances due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA writers’ strike.

Bella Thorne, 25, made a striking entrance in an elegant ivory gown with an off-the-shoulder detail and midnight blue heels, complemented by a gold choker and costume jewelry. Priscilla Presley, 78, appeared in a black satin co-ord outfit with distinctive sheer sleeves, completing her look with conventional black heels and a black handbag.

Sofia Coppola, 52, the film’s director, chose a black silk evening gown with sheer shoulder panels, keeping her accessories minimal. The spotlight was on Cailee Spaeny, 25, who portrayed the title character in the biopic. She dazzled in a white gown with a plunging neckline and beaded pearl embellishments. Jacob Elordi, who played Elvis Presley, sported a double-breasted suit and stylish facial hair.

During a press conference, Priscilla Presley opened up about her late husband, Elvis Presley, and praised the movie. She mentioned the challenges of watching a film about her life and love but commended Sofia Coppola for her work. Priscilla clarified that despite her young age of 14 when she met Elvis, their connection was not solely based on sex but on emotional bonding and comfort.

The real-life Priscilla appeared at the photocall and press conference for the film earlier in the day, where she discussed her relationship with Elvis, emphasizing their strong emotional connection. She also talked about the difficult aspects of their early relationship and defended Elvis, denying any sexual involvement at that time.

The event showcased various celebrities, including Maggie Gyllenhaal, Sadie Sink, and Michelle Rodriguez, who added their own stylish touches to the Venice Film Festival. The stars made a statement on the red carpet, bringing glamour and excitement to the premiere of “Priscilla.”

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