Margot Robbie stuns at the I, Tonya premiere in LA

Aussie actress Margot Robbie wowed fans as she walked the red carpet at the I,Tonya premiere in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

 

The 27-year-old actress posed and hugged the former ice-skater Tonya Harding making it an emotional red carpet appearance at the Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard.

Margot Robbie attends NEON and 30WEST Present the Los Angeles Premiere of "I, Tonya" Supported By Svedka on December 5, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Source: Getty

The Aussie beauty was wearing a daring gold shimmer dress with a high side-split and plunging neckline showing off her toned figure.

Tonya Harding (L) and Margot Robbie attend Premiere Of Neon's "I, Tonya" at the Egyptian Theatre on December 5, 2017 in Hollywood, California. Source: Getty

She finished off her look wearing a black belt that showed off her tiny waist that was paired with a black box-clutch and black strappy heels.

In the film, The Wolf Of Wall Street star portrays Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding.

Margot is unrecognisable in I, Tonya. Source: Neon Films

We usually see Margot looking glam on the red carpet. Source: Getty

Directed by Craig Gillespie, the film follows the real-life rivalry between Tonya and fellow US skater, Nancy Kerrigan and the memorable 1994 incident when Tonya's ex-husband tried to sabotage Nancy's chances at the Winter Olympics.



Margot has previously spoken about what it took to transform into Tonya, saying she was reduced to tears while filming.

The rigorous training schedule required her to train for five days a week for four months.

The actress is already creating Oscar buzz. Source: Neon Films

Margot previously opened up about what it took to transform into the ice skater. Source: Neon Films

"I kept my ice skates – but I said goodbye to a whole work of pain that I didn’t realise came along with figure skating," she recently told W Magazine.

When it came down to training, her choreographer never had any sympathy to offer her but when Margot had a "real skater fall" she was allowed "a minute".

"I was so proud, with tears streaming down my face."

The film hits cinemas around Australia on Febuary 15, 2018.

Looks like we'll see Margot in a different light. Source: Neon Films

My Margot, you look so different. Source: Neon Films

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