Brie Larson turned heads by making a rare public outing with boyfriend Elijah Allan-Blitz in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old American actress made an eye-catching presentation in a sparkling silver jumpsuit at Jimmy Kimmel Live, where she promoted the Disney+ series Growing Up.
She flaunted her lithe figure in the jumpsuit, which featured a sparkly halterneck lining and vertical rows of rhinestones.
Stunner: Brie Larson turned heads as she made a rare public outing with boyfriend Elijah Allan-Blitz in Los Angeles on Wednesday
Brie added another touch of glamor to the look with a shimmering gold Valentino belt that had a shimmering V-shaped belt buckle.
Brie, whose appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live airs Thursday, gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of heels and carried her essentials in a gold clutch.
The Captain Marvel star styled her slicked-back golden tresses into a tight low ponytail and accented it with a smokey eye makeup palette.
She looked as loved as ever as she walked arm in arm with her actor beau Elijah, 35, who showed support for his girlfriend on the chat show.
Look of love: The 32-year-old American actress put on an eye-catching presentation in a sparkling silver jumpsuit at Jimmy Kimmel Live, where she promoted the Disney+ series Growing Up
He cut a sleek figure in blue jeans and a crisp white shirt, which he teamed with a pair of dark trainers.
She and Elijah were first linked in 2019 and eventually collaborated on a VR-based project, The Messy Truth VR Experience, which won them a Primetime Emmy Award.
They went public with their relationship at the 2020 Oscars.
They were first seen kissing in a Calabasas parking lot in July 2019, although they tried to keep things between them out of the public eye for a long time.
Smitten: She looked as loved as ever as she walked arm in arm with her actor beau Elijah, 35, who showed his girlfriend his support during the chat show
Prior to getting involved with the filmmaker, the actress was in a long-term relationship with Phantom Planet frontman Alex Greenwald.
The two began dating in 2013 and later announced their engagement in May 2016, although it was ultimately called off three years later.
The Kong: Skull Island actress also briefly dated actors Cody Linley and John Patrick Amedori before getting into a relationship with her former partner.
Along with appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Brie also appeared at the premiere of the new Disney+ documentary series Growing Up.
Romance: She and Elijah were first linked in 2019 and eventually collaborated on a VR-based project that won them a Primetime Emmy Award
She wore the same sparkly outfit as she posed up a storm on the red carpet to promote her new project.
Brie was joined at the premiere by Culture House Development Manager Carri Twigg, Founder/Executive Producer Raeshem Nijhon, and Production Manager Nicole Galovski.
Brie is the mastermind behind Growing Up, which tells 10 coming-of-age stories that explore the “challenges, triumphs, and complexities of adolescence.”
She created the project in collaboration with Culture House.
Disney+ describes Growing Up as an “innovative hybrid docu-series” that uses “narrative, experimental and documentary filmmaking” to bring the stories of the cast individuals to life.
Wow! Along with appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Brie also spoke at the premiere of the new Disney+ documentary series Growing Up.
Episodes are 30 minutes long and center on a youth or “hero” between the ages of 18 and 22.
“Each episode is anchored by a deeply personal interview that allows our heroes to guide us through their childhoods and adolescence,” reads the official synopsis.
In a post shared by Brie last month, the Oscar winner gushed about the project and how she thinks it will help those struggling to accept themselves.
“I’ve never cried so much producing anything in my life. I’ve had the absolute honor of working with these amazing young adults to share their coming-of-age stories, finding their strength and their courage to be themselves,’ she wrote.
#DisneyGrowingUp releases September 8th on @disneyplus and I truly believe in my heart that this series will help so many children, teens, young adults and even people of an age to think, learn and move forward with a stronger state of mind.
Venture: Disney+ describes Growing Up as a “hybrid documentary series” that uses “narrative, experimental and documentary filmmaking” to bring the actors’ stories to life.