Eva Longoria put on a sensational display in a bejewelled sequined gown as she led the star-studded glamour on the red carpet at the premiere for Rocketman at the 72nd annual cannes Film Festival on Thursday.
The actress, 44, ensured all eyes were on here as she arrived at the first screening of the Elton John biopic, opting to wear a structured strapless gown which accentuated her incredible curvaceous physique.
The movie is a musical about the fantastical human story of Elton John's breakthrough years and is produced by both Elton, 72, and his husband David Furnish, 56.
Wow! The actress, 44, ensured all eyes were on here as she arrived at the first screening of the Elton John biopic, opting to wear a structured strapless gown which accentuated her incredible curvaceous physique
Elton wore a sea blue Gucci suit which had the word 'Rocketman' embroidered on the pocket. He teamed it with Gucci trainers and of course, a pair of glasses in the exact same hue.
He threw his arms around Taron, who wore an equally stunning suit, which had flecks of the same shade of blue within the pattern. He wore Spitfire glasses by Lunetterie Générale, which retail for £470.
Richard plays Elton's manager John Reid in the movie. They first met at a Motown Christmas party, moved in with one another and became lovers.
Dazzling: Izabel Goulart ensured all eyes were on her as she took to the red carpet wearing a dazzling two-piece
Shining star: The movie is a musical about the fantastical human story of Elton John's breakthrough years (Taron as Elton from a film still)
Their romance ended after five years, but John remained Elton's manager until 1998.
Richard kept things simple in a grey suit as he posed with Bryce Dallas Howard, who wore a purple midi dress and yellow sunglasses.
Bryce plays Elton's beloved late mother, Sheila Farebrother and she told Collider last year:
'First and foremost, the fact that Elton is involved and his husband, David Furnish, is everything.
'I loved getting to learn about him, and to immerse myself in his world and his music. It’s a classic musical. It’s so, so fun and transportative and wild. I’m just thrilled to be a part of it. It’s really exciting.'
Spot the difference: The actor looks remarkably similar to the music icon (right in 1976) in the upcoming movie
Specs appeal: Bryce seemed rather taken with her yellow sunglasses as she put on a giddy display, (left) and (right) as Elton's mother Sheila in the film
David and Elton have been a power couple for more than 25 years. They entered into a civil partnership in 2005 and after the legalisation of gay marriage in 2014, the pair retroactively converted their civil partnership to a marriage.
They are parents to sons Zachary, eight, and Elijah, six and Elton previously told The Sun: 'It's fantastic being a dad. Ten years ago if you'd have told me that, I'd have said you're crazy.
'That's it, [though]. I mean we're too old to have anymore. If we were 20 years, 15 years younger, we'd have probably had another one at least. But with the boys we've got enough on our hands.'
Meanwhile, there was a surprise appearance from Bernie Taupin, 68, at the photocall, the Lincoln-born writer behind some of Elton's biggest hits, such as Your Song, Rocketman, Candle In The Wind and Levon.
Even though Bernie and Elton, real name Reginald Kenneth Dwight were close in age at the time of their first meeting, 17-year-old Taupin was in awe of John.
Special: Elton and his beloved mother Sheila, who is played by Dallas Howard, when he received his Knighthood in 1998 (left) - she passed away in December 2017 - and the musician with his former lover and manager John Reid, played by Madden pictured together in 1991 (right)
He once told the Daily Mail: 'I was the quintessential country bumpkin and he was sophisticated. He lived in London and played in clubs! So, he looked out for me. He was like a big brother.'
After the photocall, Elton shared a picture of himself and Bernie from the day and wrote: 'The brother I never had... Love you Bernie,' alongside two love heart emojis.
It's been rumoured that Elton could perform at the movie's premiere's afterparty, where he performed shot the video to