Sandra Oh wows in a classic black floral gown as she reunites with glamorous Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer at the BAFTA LA Tea Party ahead of Sunday’s Emmys

She is up for Outstanding Lead Actress in Drama Series at the Emmys on Sunday. 

And Sandra Oh looked delighted as she was reunited with her Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer ahead of the award show at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts LA Tea Party on Saturday. 

The 48-year-old actress stunned in a classic floral black gown, while Jodie oozed glamour in a chic, white dress on the red carpet at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

Stunning rose: Sandra Oh looked delighted as she was reunited with her Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer ahead of the award show at the BAFTA LA Tea Party on Saturday

Stunning rose: Sandra Oh looked delighted as she was reunited with her Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer ahead of the award show at the BAFTA LA Tea Party on Saturday

The black ankle length dress featured a boat neckline and was adorned in silver embroidered roses and blue designs. 

Boosting her height, Sandra paired her dress with black peep toe pumps and finished off her look with silver earrings.

The Canadian born actress had her brunette tresses down in her typical voluminous curls, while she added a slick of red lipstick to her lips.

The star beamed with joy as she was joined by co-star Jodie Comer, who plays killer Villanelle in the award-winning BBC series. 

Together again: The 48-year-old actress stunned in a classic floral black gown, while Jodie oozed glamour in a chic, white dress on the red carpet at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles

Together again: The 48-year-old actress stunned in a classic floral black gown, while Jodie oozed glamour in a chic, white dress on the red carpet at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles

Looking a vision of old Hollywood, Jodie wore a puff chest, mermaid body dress in white, which was cinched in at the waist, showcasing her enviable figure.  

Shunning the usual stilettos for the red carpet, Jodie instead opted to team her dress with a pair brown boots. 

Her blonde locks was styled in loose waves and kept majorly on her right side, while she completed her glam with a layer of shimmering make-up. 

Lovely: The black ankle length dress featured a boat neckline and was adorned in silver embroidered roses and blue designs

Lovely: The black ankle length dress featured a boat neckline and was adorned in silver embroidered roses and blue designs

Try two: Though she didn't win, Sandra made history at last year's Emmy Awards, when she became the first Asian actress to be nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Try two: Though she didn't win, Sandra made history at last year's Emmy Awards, when she became the first Asian actress to be nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series 

Though she didn't win, Sandra made history at last year's Emmy Awards, when she became the first Asian actress to be nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. 

She is nominated for the same award at Sunday's show. 

The hit show, Killing Eve in which she plays the title character, is also nominated for three other awards. 

Jodie Comer also bagged a nomination for the Lead Actress in a drama series award, for her role as Villanelle. 

Vision in white: Jodie looked like a vision of old Hollywood in a puff chest, mermaid body dress in white

Vision in white: Jodie looked like a vision of old Hollywood in a puff chest, mermaid body dress in white

Jodie's killin' it in a Sachin & Babi dress

It was a Killing Eve reunion at the BAFTA LA Tea Party this weekend as Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw all attended in gorgeous gowns alongside a plethora of other Hollywood starlets.

Whilst Sandra rocked a Duro Olowu dress, Jodie opted for a white number by Sachin & Babi as styled by Elizabeth Saltzman.

This dreamy crepe dress hails from the spring-summer 2020 collection and is designed with a jewelled neckline, trendy puff sleeves and a subtle asymmetric frill hem that sways down the red carpet.

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Her own style: Shunning the usual stilettos for the red carpet, Jodie instead opted to team her dress with a pair brown boots

Her own style: Shunning the usual stilettos for the red carpet, Jodie instead opted to team her dress with a pair brown boots

Giggles: The co-stars looked the best of pals as they shared a joke on the red carpet

Giggles: The co-stars looked the best of pals as they shared a joke on the red carpet

Meanwhile, also attending the glitzy event was Sandra and Jodie's fellow Killing Eve actress Fiona Shaw, who plays Carolyn Martens.

Like Jodie, Carolyn also chose a white ensemble for the evening, with her floor length gown featuring a black trim and buttons down the front. 

Shaw is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and the series itself is nominated the Outstanding Drama category. 

Later the ladies cosied up on the red carpet where they were joined by President of Entertainment Networks Sarah Barnett.  

Nominee: Fiona Shaw is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and the series itself is nominated the Outstanding Drama category

Nominee: Fiona Shaw is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and the series itself is nominated the Outstanding Drama category 

Gal pals: Later the ladies cosied up on the red carpet where they were joined by President of Entertainment Networks Sarah Barnett

Gal pals: Later the ladies cosied up on the red carpet where they were joined by President of Entertainment Networks Sarah Barnett

Sandra Oh reunites with Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer at BAFTA LA Tea Party ahead of the Emmys

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