Brooklyn Decker and Her Style Statements at the Premiers of 'Battleship' (PHOTOS)
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The Sport Illustrated Model, Brooklyn Decker, seems to have forgotten all about her successful modeling career as she puts her heart and soul into acting. The actress, now featuring in Peter Berg's Battleship, along with singer Rihana, is currently on a world tour promoting the film.
At the Korea premier, Decker was seen sporting a black, see through, low back, long dress that managed to grab the attention of many. Decker seemed to enjoy the attention her sheer lace dress got her as she signed autographs and posed for photographers and fans along co-star Taylor Kitsch. What seemed to catch the fancy of many present there was not her dress though, but the hot pink streaks Decker had added to her hair. While many thought it looked a bit mixed matched compared to her dress, others felt it made her look sexy and appealing.
Although this was the sexiest Decker looked till now at the world tour of her film, this isn't the first time she has stunned the crowd with her varied style statements. At the London premier of the film, Decker wore a number that could easily blow off the rooftops of the city. She wore a mix of mesh and black embroidery dress teamed with a pair of dainty black stilettos.
Decker began her acting career with Just Go with it, opposite Adam Sandler. In Battleship, Decker plays the role of a physical therapist. "I play Samantha Shane. She's a physical therapist and the daughter of the Admiral, played by Liam Neeson. My love interest is played by Taylor Kitsch, and he becomes our hero. And I think it's interesting, because of the trailer and obviously because of the title of the film, Battleship, you see so much is on water, but there's actually a really big action component on land," - says Decker in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Decker is married to American Tennis player, Andy Roddick. The two tied the knot in April, 2009.© 2013 Fashion & Style.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Apr 06, 2012 08:01 AM EDT