Joy Corrigan rocks a see-through pink top at The Black Phone in LA

Joy Corrigan channels Barbie in a see-through pink top and tiny miniskirt at the star-studded premiere of the horror film The Black Phone in Los Angeles

Joy Corrigan looked nothing short of sensational while attending the Los Angeles premiere of The Black Phone, starring Ethan Hawke, in a see-through pink top and tiny miniskirt on Tuesday evening. 

While strutting down the red carpet in her braless get-up in a pair of nude Christian Louboutin pumps, the 27-year-old Super Pumped actress set pulses races as she showed of her incredibly toned midriff, long legs and trim waist at the star-studded event.

She completed her all-pink outfit look with a $2,250 Yves Saint Laurent leather shoulder bag embellished with the brand’s signature monogram on the front, gold Chanel earrings and her platinum blonde hair in a sleek updo. 

Barbie girl: Joy Corrigan looked nothing short of sensational while attending the Los Angeles premiere of The Black Phone, starring Ethan Hawke, in a see-through pink top and tiny miniskirt on Tuesday evening

Ahead of the screening, Corrigan chronicled a fashion mishap with her more than 888,000 Instagram followers, which involved getting one of her high heels stuck in the cracks of the escalator. 

‘On the way to a movie premiere and my shoe stopped the escalator,’ she captioned footage of herself informing fans of what happened before revealing she was able to get her shoe out and make it on time to the red carpet.

The Victoria’s Secret model also expressed that her $775 shoes weren’t ‘damaged that bad.’

Stunning: While strutting down the red carpet in her braless get-up in a pair of nude Christian Louboutin pumps, the 27-year-old Super Pumped actress set pulses races as she showed of her incredibly toned midriff, long legs and trim waist at the star-studded event


Close call: Ahead of the screening, Corrigan chronicled a fashion mishap with her more than 888,000 Instagram followers, which involved getting one of her high heels stuck in the cracks of the escalator

‘On the way to a movie premiere and my shoe stopped the escalator,’ she captioned footage of herself informing fans of what happened before revealing she was able to get her shoe out and make it on time to the red carpet

Despite having a Cinderella moment as she temporarily lost her shoe, Corrigan looked completely composed as she struck a series of poses for photographers. 

At one point, she even took pictures with the film’s sadistic killer, whose face was concealed by a ghoulish mask with an eery smile and horns. 

The Girls Next Door alum Bridget Marquardt, who also attended the premiere, rocked a black figure-hugging midi dress with a low neckline. 

Bombshell: The Girls Next Door alum Bridget Marquardt, who also attended the premiere, rocked a black figure-hugging midi dress with a low neckline

Special screening: The cast, including Jeremy Davies, Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, and C. Robert Cargill, as well as director Scott Derrickson were also in attendance

Looking good! For the occasion, Davies, 52, cut a handsome figure in a black blazer, dress dress shirt, tie and dark-wash jeans

The cast, including Jeremy Davies, Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, and C. Robert Cargill, as well as director Scott Derrickson were also in attendance. 

For the occasion, Davies, 52, cut a handsome figure in a black blazer, dress dress shirt, tie and dark-wash jeans. 

Meanwhile, McGraw, 13, sported a ruffled, pale yellow dress with silver polka-dots all over it. 

Beautiful: McGraw, 13, sported a ruffled, pale yellow dress with silver polka-dots all over it

Costars: Mason Thames, who also stars in The Black Phone, posed for a picture with Madeleine McGraw

Stylish: Jordan Isaiah White looked handsome in a red and black suit

Dapper: Miguel Cazarez Mora mahogany red suit, black dress shirt and matching loafers

Jordan Isaiah White, Miguel Cazarez Mora, Tristan Pravong, Spencer Fitzgerald, Lily D. Moore also came to watch the film. 

Despite not attending the event, Ethan Hawke portrays the movie’s terrifying character known only as The Grabber, who is responsible for a spate of child abductions in a tight-knit community.

The film’s co-writer/director Scott Derrickson collaborated with his longtime writing partner C. Robert Cargill on the screenplay, which was adapted from Joe Hill’s (the son of Stephen King) short story of the same name.


They’ve arrived: Tristan Pravong, Spencer Fitzgerald, Lily D. Moore and Miguel Cazarez Mora were among the celebrities on the star-studded guest list

Cheerful: Eighteen-year-old actress Lily D. Moore smiled brightly at photographers while sporting a plaid dress with puffed sleeves and white sneakers

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