Scarlett Johansson suffers wardrobe malfunction at BAFTA after-party

Scarlett Johansson suffered an unlucky wardrobe malfunction as she let loose at the Netflix BAFTA after-party on Monday night.

The curvy star, 35, was seen putting on a leggy display in a black blazer mini-dress with a pair of sheer tights that were laddered from her mid-calf up to her thigh.

Appearing to have had a fun night – as she enjoyed herself at London's Chiltern Firehouse with a number of A-listers – the Black Widow actress beamed from ear to ear and looked giddy as she sauntered out of the venue – with assistance in the early hours – to be met by her chauffeur driven car.

During the ceremony for the 73rd British Academy Film Awards, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall, Scarlett stepped out in a glitzy pink feather gown that featured sheer panels across her midriff.

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Her golden locks were swept up into a chic up-do and she flaunted a face of radiant make-up.

The stunning star was up for two gongs last night – Best Actress in Marriage Story and Best Supporting Actress in JoJo Rabbit.

Renée Zellweger scooped up Best Actress for her portrayal of Judy Garland in biopic Judy and Laura Dern was named Best Supporting Actress for Marriage Story.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has been forced to review voting processes for the 2021 awards after no actors of colour were nominated in the main acting categories.

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No female film makers were up for the category of best director for a seventh year in a row, leading to pressure for the organisation to add more diversity to its programme.

The head of Bafta’s film committee explained to Variety that what would follow is a “careful and detailed review within and outside the membership”.

An email sent by the chief executive of Bafta also explained the current nominations as "frustrating".

“We will review all aspects of our voting process, listen to all interested parties, and tackle what more needs to be done to address the root cause of underrepresentation in our nominations,” organisers said to voters.

Re-assessment and changes are set to be put in place before voting starts for the 2021 awards ceremony.

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