Angelina Jolie, a well-known actress, filmmaker, and activist, attended Variety’s Power of Women gala in Beverly Hills with her daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt and poet Amanda Gorman. The event honored philanthropic work, and Gorman was one of the evening’s honorees alongside Katy Perry, Lorde, Channing Dungey, and Rita Moreno. Jolie looked stunning in a coffee-colored pleated silk outfit with a high collar and embraced her eldest daughter, who is now 16 years old, and Gorman throughout the event.
The Power Of Women gala event saw Angelina Jolie standing by the side of next-generation powerful women, including her daughter Zahara and poet Amanda Gorman. The Hollywood starlet donned a classic and elegant look with bouncy waves and cherry-red lip color. Meanwhile, Zahara looked stunning in a flowy blouse paired with a white wide-legged pants and leather belt in matching ivory shade. Amanda Gorman was a vision in a hot pink Versace gown that flowed to the floor, and she completed her glamorous look with purple lipstick, dangling earrings, and jeweled hair pins. Girl power was truly on display at the gala.
Zahara looked stunning as she rocked a pair of white wide-legged pants. She paired them with a flowy blouse and a leather belt in a matching ivory shade.
Angie is set to grace the stage later on and share her thoughts with the audience.
Angelina Jolie awarded Gorman with the Power of Women distinction from Variety as a seal of approval.
In admiration of the national youth poet laureate, she commended her for enchanting the nation during President Joe Biden’s inauguration. She expressed appreciation for the young woman’s poised and fearless delivery as she graced the podium. Her powerful voice was precisely what the occasion demanded, making her the perfect choice.
Jolie recited a few of Gorman’s phrases as she went on to say, “A young girl with difficulties in speaking. As she describes herself, ‘a seven-year-old with buck teeth, kinky hair, and a speech impediment.'”
It was a heartwarming sight when Angelina embraced Amanda tightly just as she stepped onto the stage.