The human rights lawyer showed off her pins as she struggled with the train of her gown
HER husband might be a famous movie star but Amal Clooney stole the show at the premiere of George's new movie at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday night.
Amal was there to support her husband at the premiere of Money Monster, which also stars Julia Roberts, Domic West and Caitriona Balfe and was directed by Jodie Foster.
However, it wasn't the star-studded cast and crew that stole the show but Amal's pins.
The human rights lawyer almost suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she struggled with the train of her long flowing yellow gown.
The stunning one-shoulder Grecian-inspired dress had a deep slit which proved a bit much for Amal to arrange of the red carpet.
Amal, 38, wowed the crowds as she put on a loved-up display with her hubby as she made her Cannes debut at the Palais des Festivals et des Congres.
George, 55, looked dapper in a black tuxedo and supported Amal as she navigated her way up the steps covered in red carpet to the screening.
Amal wasn't the only one leading the style stakes as Hollywood star Julia Roberts oozed classic film star glamour in a black off-the-shoulder ball gown with a plunging neckline.
She wore her hair natural and loose and accessorised her gown with a diamond chain necklace with an emerald pendant.
Former Victoria's Secret model Caitriona Balfe, 36, showed off her figure in a slick black gown with a deep revealing neckline that grazed her naval and showed off her cleavage.
She wore her hair in a tight bun and had minimal accessories.
Elsewhere, Jodie Foster opted for a navy gown but jazzed it up with silver embellishment on top.
Also looking dapper in their suits were Dominic West and Jack O'Connell.
Meanwhile, the Sun revealed today that things got heated between Jodie and George on set of the upcoming thriller in which George plays a TV host held hostage in his studio by a man who lost money in the economic crash.
A source revealed: “George is a director too and disagreed with some of Jodie’s ways.
"It is her first big production as a director and she wanted to do it her way. There was very little changing her opinion. There were plenty of arguments and their relationship turned sour."
Meanwhile, other famous faces were also rocking the red carpet on the second day of the festival.
Susan Sarandon, 69, looked like a rock-star in a navy coat-style dress with a plunging neckline and deep split that showed off her ample assets.
The Step Mom star wore her red tresses in loose curls and accessorised her sexy long-sleeved dress with some peach-coloured sunglasses.
Also on the Money Monster red carpet was King Kong actress Naomi Watts, 49.
The Australian star wore a shimmering silver gown and wore her glossy blonde locks in loose waves to the side.
Red carpet pro Eva Longoria looked as stunning as ever in a strapless black embellished gown by Pamela Roland.
The former Desparate Housewives star showed off her gorgeous figure in the dress which featured a curved neckline and cinched in her waist.
Julianne Moore, 55, went with a more unusual look on the night.
The Oscar winner wore a black and white gown which featured a slashed skirt and strappy black stilettos.
She accessorised with a box clutch and pink and white diamond earrings and rings.