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Emma Watson: MET Ball 2013, Stuns in Risqué Vixen Dress, Stumbles on Red Carpet--PHOTOS--New Pic From 'The Bling Ring,' Getting Arrested?

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Emma Watson never fails to impress us with her natural beauty and chic style and Monday night at the 2013 MET Ball was no exception. The actress looked stunning in her Prabal Gurung gown, however she found some difficulty keeping her poise as the long train kept getting in her way.

According to the Daily Mail the 23-year old actress found it tricky to navigate her way into the event thanks to the excess fabric on her long train. In the all black cutaway dress "The Bling Ring" star showed off her tanned, toned stomach  as well as her legs in the revealing split the went down the center of her dress.

Following the theme of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala's Punk: Chaos to Couture, Watson opted to show some skin in an outfit more risqué than usual. Although she flashed a lot of skin the asymmetrical one-shoulder look created an avant garde effect on the actress' overall presentation according to the Daily Mail.

As she made her way to the event the actress required assistance in order to avoid falling. However Watson remained in good spirits. The former "Harry Potter" star wore her brown hair slicked back and kept her makeup simple which left the focus on the dress that brought out Watson's inner vixen.

Emma Watson was recently named Glamour Magazine's second best dressed woman in the world according to its annual polls.

The actress who stars in thelatest Sofia Coppola film "The Bling Ring," is set to attend the Cannes Film Festival to premiere the flick later this month. From the movie the most recent photo released is of Watson looking disheveled as she was removed from her home and arrested.

"The Bling Ring" is set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 16th.

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