June 14, 2010 01:51:35 GMT
Attending the Broadway's biggest night, Scarlett sported an emerald green Elie Saab gown, while Cate, who presented Best Revival of a Play and Best Play awards, donned silver organza evening suit.
Despite the rain, stars have hit and glammed up the red carpet at Broadway's biggest night, the 64th Annual Tony Awards, which was held at NYC's Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, June 13. Scarlett Johansson, Cate Blanchett, Aretha Franklin, Daniel Radcliffe, Naomi Watts, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Paula Abdul were among celebrities who turned up at the fancy event hosted by Sean Hayes with fans lining the street and starting yelling as they arrived.
Hitting the red carpet, Scarlett opted a deep green fully embroidered gown with a plunging neckline and cut-out detailing at the front and back from Elie Saab. Nominated for Best Performance By a Featured Actress in a Play for her highly-praised role in "A View from the Bridge", Scarlett perfected her look with Harry Winston jewels and a Judith Leiber clutch.
Joining her was Cate, who presented the awards for both Best Revival of a Play and Best Play. The "Robin Hood" actress donned a Giorgio Armani Prive silver organza evening suit, including a shawl lapel, an exaggerated shoulder and a wide leg trouser. She matched her outfit with Cleef & Arpels jewels.
Meanwhile, Naomi arrived in a support for her partner Liev Schreiber, who is nominated for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play for his work in the play "A View from the Bridge". Naomi is stunning in RM by Roland Mouret dress with Fred Leighton jewels, while her man donned a Jay Kos tux.
Lea Michele, additionally, walked the red carpet with the companion of "Glee" co-star Jonathan Groff. Lea, who appeared on Broadway in 2006 in "Spring Awakening", wore a strapless orange Zac Posen gown. She is set to perform "Don't Rain on My Parade".
Other stars who also shimmered the star-studded event include Helen Mirren, Ricky Martin, Antonio Banderas, Angela Lansbury, David Alan Grier, Lucy Liu, Melanie Griffith and Valerie Harper. Rocker Mike Dirnt, Billie Joe Armstrong and Tre Cool were also hamming it up on the red carpet as their Green Day's show "American Idiot" is up for best musical.