Camila Cabello pairs gown with thigh-high boots at Cinderella premiere

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If the leather boot fits, wear it.

For the Los Angeles premiere of Amazon Studios’ “Cinderella” on Monday, Camila Cabello paired a sparkling high-low gown with tall black boots.

She looked every bit a princess in her Oscar de la Renta dress, which featured a sheer silver-embroidered bodice and a long black skirt.

The voluminous design was shorter in the front, highlighting the “Señorita” singer’s thigh-high boots.

But the fashionable footwear was more than a glamorous accessory, as Cabello told Entertainment Tonight that she selected the shoes due to “a little hairy leg action.” 

Cabello — who likened Taylor Swift to her “fabulous fairy godmother” in the industry — also told the outlet about breaking into acting.

“I’ve been taking acting lessons for a while now… so that prepared me a lot,” she said of landing her first acting role as Cinderella in the upcoming film. “I think it’s all about being present and having fun and not taking yourself too seriously.”

Cabello, 24, wasn’t the only star looking regal on the red carpet: Billy Porter stunned in a suit-style ensemble, sporting a large white bow that seemingly nodded to his fairy godparent character’s wings. 

Porter called the modern take on the fairytale “empowering” back in 2020, as the musical features Cabello’s Cinderella chasing her dressmaking dreams instead of a husband. 

The film’s premiere came shortly after Cabello and Porter took to the streets of Los Angeles to promote the movie, singing Jennifer Lopez’s “Let’s Get Loud” alongside co-stars James Corden and Idina Menzel.

While social media was divided over the traffic-stopping stunt – with one even calling it “nightmare fuel” – Cabello told Pedestrian that the flash mob was “really fun.”

“Cinderella” is set to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on September 3.

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