Penelope Cruz turns blonde for Versace role

Doesn't she look amazing?


Ians May 17, 2017
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Penelope Cruz was spotted wearing a blonde wig and a leather jacket as she geared up to portray fashion icon Donatella Versace in the upcoming anthology TV series The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.

Cruz, 43, completed her look with sunglasses as she was strolling on the set on Monday, reported Daily Mail.

Penelope Cruz to play Donatella Versace in 'American Crime Story'

After arriving at her trailer looking like her usual brunette self, the actror soon after emerged with perfectly sculpted eyebrows and a face full of make-up, wearing Donatella's trademark blonde wig.




Versace's right hand woman: Donatella always worked closely with her brother - he even named a perfume, Blonde, in her honour PHOTO: DAILY MAIL Versace's right hand woman Donatella, always worked closely with her brother - he even named a perfume, Blonde, in her honourPHOTO: DAILY MAIL

The film crew tried to keep Cruz hidden, leading to an undignified entrance through the dumpsters at the service entrance to the legendary Versace mansion, where filming of the Gianni Versace biopic is taking place.


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She added light pink lipstick and heavy make-up to transform into the Italian fashion designer.
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The series is based on Maureen Orth's 1999 book Vulgar Favors. The 10-episode series is set to air next year.

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The fashion world was stunned when Gianni was gunned down aged 50 in front of his beach side estate in July 1997. Actor Edgar Ramirez will play the role of Gianni in the series.

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Ali S | 4 years ago | Reply She's way too beautiful and plastic surgery-free to look anything like the actual Donatella Versace.
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