The French actress and activist Eva Green was spotted naked and in heels on the red carpet of the Paris Hilton Hotel.
Green, who is one of the most visible women in Hollywood, appeared in the US in 2013 and 2015 for the films The Social Network and The Interview, in which she played the CIA operative played by Seth Rogen.
She’s been in the public eye since she came out as bisexual in 2013, appearing in interviews and speaking out against sexism and misogyny in Hollywood.
She made headlines last year when she said she thought about quitting the film industry to focus on her advocacy work for sexual and gender equality.
The French actress was spotted in the hotel lobby on Wednesday, with her hair unkempt and wearing a matching black dress and heels.
Her role in The Social and The Meeting was also a big hit in the United States, with audiences filling up the lobby and spilling onto the carpet, with some applauding the actress.
On Twitter, Green said she was “surprised to see my name in the newspaper, which I have a deep relationship with, but also really happy to see the hotel’s name,” as she was greeted by a standing ovation.
Green tweeted a picture of herself in a pair of high heels, a black and white striped shirt and a black skirt.
She added: “Thank you Paris Hilton!”
“In 2017, I was surprised to see that I’m in a photo in the Paris Hotels newspaper, but I also really proud of the hotel that I have had the privilege of staying in and visiting in 2017,” she wrote.
“I feel honoured to be in this place with all of you.”
She was accompanied by fellow actress and fellow activist Chloe Grace Moretz, who also took to social media to applaud her and to say she was thrilled about the event.
Moretz, a star of the HBO drama The People v.
O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, tweeted: “I’m thrilled to have been invited to the Paris Hotel to celebrate Les Mis-là with the people of Les Miserables.
I have been to many Les Mis and I’m proud to have worked with the French actress Eva Green, and to share my love of the beautiful people of the French countryside with you all.”