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Christina Ricci Dress

May 23, 2011 by Post Team 

Christina Ricci DressChristina Ricci Dress, Christina Ricci and 25,000-couture gown she wore Versace at the 71st Annual Academy Awards in 1999 was given to a teenager to take her high school graduation party in Michigan. Kayla Staskiewicz of Waterford, Mich., had their dance of Cinderella, when her father entered a contest on the local television channel NBC Detroit affiliate, WDIV-TV. The warning was that Staskiewicz contest has to adjust to the size zero dress. Although girls tested ten other clothing, none of them could fit.

Staskiewicz said on the website of the station when she went into the dress of the day before the prom Waterford Mott High School on May 13, fits very well and that her mother called the girl Cinderella.

Versace dress pale gray, with thousands of glass beads, embroidered cross. Ricci wore the dress of the year “Sleepy Hollow”, “No Vacancy” and “200 Cigarettes” came out. She was nominated for a Golden Globe last year for her role in “The Opposite of Sex.”

Meanwhile, Ricci will make her return to television this fall to star in new ABC show “Pan Am”, which follows the glamor of travel company Pan Am in 1960, when they were the biggest name in the air transport. The show will premiere this fall on Sundays at 10 pm ET on ABC.

Ricci previously had a recurring role on “Ally McBeal” and has guest-starred on shows like “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Saving Grace.”

The actress, 31 years old, just finished “Bel mi” with Uma Thurman and “Twilight” actor Robert Pattinson and Ricci admitted in December that their male star is a “good kisser.”

Kayla Staskiewicz below in Versace gown at home in Waterford, Michigan, in a photograph provided by her family to the Associated Press.

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