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Olivia Munn looks Fab in floral frock and sky-high stilettos for GMA appearance in NYC

Olivia Munn looks Fab in floral frock and sky-high stilettos for GMA appearance in NYC .

The LEGO Ninjago Movie’s Olivia Munn looked fabulous in a frilly floral frock while leaving her Manhattan hotel on Wednesday for an early morning appearance on Good Morning America.

The 37-year-old actress showed a hint of cleavage in the cut-out, poinsettia-print dress and red sky-high stilettos selected by stylist Jessica Paster.

Hairstylist Bok-Hee coiffed the half-Chinese beauty’s highlighted brunette locks in soft waves, and make-up artist Carly Fisher gave her a peachy glow for the ABC talk show.

Munn’s street sighting came after she surprised her mother Kimberly Schmid by renovating her Oklahoma childhood home for a Mother’s day episode of My Houzz.

While en route to the studio in the car, Olivia (born Lisa) – who boasts 3.1M social media followers – shared a selfie video on Insta-story before her TV appearance.

The Brett Ratner accuser was in New York to promote her role as a high-level CIA operations officer called Gina Cline in the 10-episode second season of Navy SEAL drama Six, which premieres Monday on History.

Missing from the University of Oklahoma grad’s side Wednesday was her rumored Spanish beau – Orbiter 9 star Álex González – whom Us Weekly claimed she’s been dating for four months.

 

 

Munn also has a small cameo in the Met Gala scene during Gary Ross’ star-studded feminist heist flick Ocean’s 8, which hits US theaters June 8 and UK theaters June 18.

‘It actually cost me money to be in Ocean’s 8,’ Olivia lamented to Entertainment Weekly Radio back in October.

‘They’re like, “Do your own glam” and so I got the dress and all that, and then you submit the bills for it, because I’m part of your movie. [Producers] were like, “Oh, no.” The bills come right back to you. As long as I can be hanging out with that cast, I’m just as excited as everybody else. It is going to be amazing, that’s just a given.’

 

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