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Megan Goode arrived at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards on Thursday in a mint green cutout dress by Manuri with a sheer skirt and a long train.

She coordinated the look with silver metallic ankle-wrapped sandals and accessorised with a silver sparkling clutch.

Megan Good attends the 2023 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards.

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For makeup, the actress went for super dramatic bold red eye shadow, which contrasted with the pale green dress. Good parted her short blonde hair on the side.

Hair care brand Dark & ​​Lovely named Good as brand ambassador in January. During an event for the label, Good said she was open to working with Rekha because “a lot of people try to say that black women shouldn’t have blonde hair, but we fit in the way we look.” Why shouldn’t we express ourselves?”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 09: Megan Good attends the 2023 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards at Fairmont Century Plaza on March 09, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Arnold Turner / Getty Images for ESSENCE)

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Good upcoming film “Shazam! Fury of the Gods”, which is set to release on 17th March. The film is currently on its promotional tour.

The actress was also in season two of the Amazon Prime Video series “Harlem”, which debuted on the streaming service on February 3 and had its season finale on February 24. Goode is part of the main cast of the series, which also includes Jerry Johnson, Grace Byers and Shonika Shandai. The show follows the story of four ambitious best friends navigating careers and relationships in New York City.

The Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards recognize Black women who are actors, directors, producers, screenwriters and showrunners who create work that honors the depth of Black women’s experiences. Sherrill Lee Ralph, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Tara Duncan, Dominic Thorne and Danielle Deadweiler were honored at this year’s awards ceremony. This year’s event was sponsored by Coca-Cola and Netflix’s “Queen Charlotte”.

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