The Sloan Sabbith depicter channels her inner MacGyver to fix her Christian Louboutin shoes, which are half-size too small.
Seeing Olivia Munn looking gorgeous in her designer outfit when attending "The Newsroom" premiere, who would have guessed that the brunette beauty had fashion emergency before coming to the event? To E! News, she revealed that she actually wore shoes that were too small for her, and had to be creative to fix them.
"I did some work on them because they are a half-size too small," the 31-year-old actress opened up. "So I put on my nerd cap, and it's plastic in the front, so I took a blow dryer to heat it. I put my foot into it and molded it, and then I put a cold press to it to freeze it." She exclaimed, "I'm the female Asian MacGyver!"
Munn, who plays financial analyst Sloan Sabbith in the Aaron Sorkin-produced TV series, walked down the red carpet at the Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles in a white one-shoulder Armani dress. She accessorized herself with Neil Lane jewels, and finished off her classy look with the Christian Louboutins.
Her co-star Alison Pill, on the other hand, chose a black Kevan Hall dress and Jerome C. Rousseau 'Elli' glitter ankle boots. She and Munn were joined by other main cast such as Jeff Daniels, Dev Patel, Thomas Sadoski, Sam Waterston and recurring member Jane Fonda. Sorkin came hand-in-hand with new girlfriend Kristin Davis.