Had nothing but good intentions: ‘Red hot’ Gal Gadot addresses the ‘Imagine’ backlash on Vanity Fair’s November issue


With her good looks and sound sartorial skills, Wonder Woman Gal Gadot has made a place for herself in every fashionista's list. No matter the occasion, this slay bae has never let us down with her A-Game.

Covering for Vanity Fair’s latest issue, the diva had us picking out dropped jaws off the floor with her red hot looks.


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Styled by Noa Rennert, Gal channeled her inner ‘Wonder Woman’ in a halterneck latex dress from Saint Laurent. Delicate studes from Tiffany & Co. added a dash of sparkle to her monotone attire. A subtle glam with pulled back wet hairdo gave an edge to her overall look.

For some other shots, Gadot wore ensembles from Off White, Chole, MiuMiu, Givenchy, Brandon Maxwell, amongst others. Swipe to see some other pictures from this stunning photoshoot:


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Check out what went behind the cameras for our diva in this BTS video right here:


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In this issue, Gadot broke her silence and addressed the much-hyped backlash over the sing along of John Lennon’s Imagine video. To refresh your memory, this controversy aroused in March during the beginning of the pandemic. Gal organized a star-studded video of herself along with celebs like Jimmy Fallon, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Sarah Silverman, Sia, and many others to sing Imagine from their homes. However, this wasn’t taken well by the critics and netizens alike who termed this video as well as the initiative tone deaf. “You might say that every crisis gets the multi-celebrity car-crash pop anthem it deserves, but truly no crisis — certainly not one as vast and unsettling as the current one — deserves this,” wrote The New York Times.

Speaking on the whole controversy, Gadot told Vanity fair that her intentions were nothing but good even if it wasn’t taken so well. ““Sometimes, you know, you try and do a good deed and it’s just not the right good deed,” she said. "I started it, and I can only say that I meant to do something good and pure, and it didn’t transcend,” the actress continued.

(Source- Vanity Fair, The New York Times)