Rose McGowan, 46, goes braless in eye-popping sheer knitted dress as she leads the celebrity arrivals at the Q Awards 2019
She is one of Hollywood's most outspoken stars.
And Rose McGowan commanded attention as she put on an eye-popping display at the star-studded Q Awards 2019 in London on Wednesday.
The former Charmed actress, 46, teased a glimpse of her ample cleavage as she went braless in a sheer knitted tube dress for her arrival on the red carpet.
Busty: Rose McGowan commanded attention as she put on an eye-popping display at the star-studded Q Awards 2019 in London on Wednesday
Eye-popping: The former Charmed actress, 46, teased a glimpse of her ample cleavage as she went braless in a sheer knitted tube dress for her arrival on the red carpet
The racy gown, which also revealed her honed midriff, boasted quirky cream and gold marble wings on the shoulders.
Flowing into an elegant skirt, the gown was paired with silver boots and a matching rope sash.
As the star turned around, she revealed her underwear, pert derriere and lithe legs, courtesy of the cut-out sections across the back.
She joined a host of stars including Jarvis Cocker, the 1975, Ella Eyre, Anne Marie, Lewis Capaldi and Madness on the red carpet.
The platinum-haired beauty accentuated her gorgeous features with smoky plum shadow, eyeliner, and a coral lipstick.
Cheeky: As the star turned around, she revealed her underwear, pert derriere and lithe legs, courtesy of the cut-out sections across the back
Work it: Anne-Marie looked stylish in a black trouser suit and stiletto heels
Chic: Ella Eyre flaunted her midriff in a cropped slate grey blouse paired with high waisted trousers
Emulate Ella in trousers by Serena Bute London
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Rose has become a leading activist for LGBTQ rights and an outspoken critic of disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
McGowan was one of the first women to publicly accuse disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct when she alleged he raped her.
Last year, McGowan came out with a tell-all memoir entitled Brave, which detailed both her upbringing in the Children of God cult as well as her much-publicised criticisms and takedowns of Hollywood.
Aside from Scream, McGowan is most well-known for two additional roles.
Glamour: The star looked glamorous as she showcased an elaborate curled hairdo
Q AWARDS 2019 - NOMINATIONS
Breakthrough Act presented by Red Stripe
Working Men’s Club
Q Best Album
Eton Alive - Sleaford Mods
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? - Billie Eilish
A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships - The 1975
Norman F*****g Rockwell – Lana Del Rey
Remind Me Tomorrow - Sharon Van Etten
Nothing Great About Britain - slowthai
Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1) – Foals
Psychodrama – Dave
GREY Area – Little Simz
Serfs Up – Fat White Family
Q Best Solo Act
Q Best Festival/Event
All Points East
Isle Of Wight Festival
British Summer Time
Reading and Leeds Festival
Q Best Track
People - The 1975
Vossi Bop - Stormzy
Bad Guy - Billie Eilish
Must I Evolve – JARV IS
Juice - Lizzo
Cellophane – FKA twigs
Incapable - Roisin Murphy
Ladbroke Grove - AJ Tracey
Harmony Hall – Vampire Weekend
Someone You Loved – Lewis Capaldi
Q Best Live Performance presented by The Cavern Club
The 1975 - Reading Festival
Stormzy - Glastonbury
Ariana Grande – O2 Arena
The Courteeners - Heaton Park
The Streets – Brixton Academy
Florence & The Machine – BST Hyde Park
Doves – TCT at Royal Albert Hall
The Strokes – All Points East
Michael Kiwanuka – End Of The Road
Neil Young & Bob Dylan – BST Hyde Park
Q Best Act In The World Today presented by Rocksteady Music School
Florence And The Machine
Lana Del Rey
Christine And The Queens
Her character Courtney Shayne in 1999's high school black comedy Jawbreaker pre-dated Mean Girls as the ultimate popular bad girl.
Rose also portrayed Paige Matthews on the original series Charmed for five years.
The Q Awards have returned to Camden's Roundhouse for this year's ceremony, which honours the UK's most acclaimed musical acts.
Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi, and Billie Eilish lead the year's nominations.
Here he is: Nominee Lewis Capaldi looked typically cool as he arrived on the red carpet. The singer was wearing a Raymond Weil watch
Protest: Jarvis was joined by Extinction Rebellion protestors on the red carpet
Chic: Ella wowed in her androgynous ensemble as she arrived at the awards
Wow: Nadine Shah looked gorgeous as she slipped into a neon pink trouser suit for the event
Dapper: Record producer Dennis Alcapone wowed in a silver embroidered blazer
Acclaimed: Dizzee Rascal and nominee Christine & The Queens were among the star-studded arrivals
Peace: Pulp legend Jarvis Cocker flashed the peace sign as he made a dapper arrival
Nominees: The 1975 were joined by journalist Caitlin Moran at their table
Winner! Dizzie Rascal celebrated his win with the Q Innovation In Sound
Beaming! Dizzie appeared delighted with his win as he smiled from ear to ear
Glastonbury headiner Stormzy has been nominated for Best Track, Best Solo Act and Best Act In The World Today as well as his performance at Glastonbury.
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi is nominated in three categories - he shot to fame this year with his monster hit, Someone You Love.
American teen star Billie is nominated in three categories including Best Track for Bad Guy.
Pulp frontman Jarvis was accompanied by members of climate change protest group Extinction Rebellion, with the group unfurling a banner on the red carpet.
Line Of Duty: Matthew 'Dot' Cottan actor Craig Parkinson made a surprise appearance at the awards with Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil
Nominees: Best act in the world today nominees Biffy Clyro took to the red carpet
Dynamic: GOT actor Isaac Hempstead-Wright and Dexys Midnight Runners star Kevin Rowland attended the ceremony
Icons: Best album nominees Foals made a rocking arrival to the awards wearing Raymond Weil watches
Tuneful: Gina Birch (left) and Ana da Silva of the band The Raincoats looked chic as they arrived
Living legend: Primal Scream legend Bobby Gillespie made a typically edgy arrival to the awards
Hear You Me: American band Jimmy Eat World looked suave as they arrived at the awards
Cool: Breakthrough act nominees Pale Waves looked brooding as they brought their gothic charm to the awards
Chic: Nominee Little Sims looked elegant in a check blouse and matching coat
Wow factor: Catherine Anne Davies and Anna Calvi showed off their sartorial flair at the awards
Red carpet: Michael Kiwanuka and Jaiya of band Unine and Mr.Tyge posed up on the red carpet
Stars: Breakthough act nominees Easy Life took to the red carpet at the awards
Acclaimed: Musician Edwyn Collins was among the stars attending the awards
Iconic: Madness looked in great spirits as they took to the red carpet at the awards
Chic: Anne Marie and Ella posed for a glamorous snap inside the venue
Edgy: James Lavelle looked cool in shades as he took to the red carpet
Q AWARD 2019: WINNERS
Best Breakthrough Act - Pale Waves
Best Track - Lewis Capaldi - ‘Someone You Loved’
Best Album - Foals - ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1)’
Best Live Act Performance - Michael Kiwanuka - End of the Road Festival
Best Solo Act - Stormzy
Best Act In The World Today - The 1975
Best Festival/Event - All Points East
Innovation in Sound - Dizzee Rascal
Classic Album - Tricky - ‘Maxinquaye’
Maverick - Edwyn Collins
Fender Play Award - Anna Calvi
Outstanding Contribution to Music - Kano
Classic Songwriter - Kevin Rowland
Inspiration - Madness
Icon - Christine and the Queens
Hero - Kim Gordon
Song of the Decade - Lana Del Rey - ‘Video Games’
Best Vocal Performance - Little Simz