Hallmark Star Lacey Chabert Stuns in a Strapless Red Dress as She Promotes Her New Movie


Not even her fear of heights could stop Lacey Chabert from taking in the breathtaking New York City skyline in an equally stunning outfit.

On November 15, the Mean Girls alum stepped out in a strapless red midi dress to promote her new Hallmark movie, Haul Out the Holly, premiering over Thanksgiving Day weekend. Featuring a formfitting bodice, the flowy ensemble was accessorized with a pair of red strappy wedges. As it turns out, Lacey reached another form of altitude when she stopped by the Empire State Building and let go of her anxieties to enjoy the view from up above.

“I had the unique privilege of being allowed to step out onto the highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere,” she wrote on Instagram alongside photos of her. “Thank you @empirestatebldg for the amazing tour! Faced my fear of heights!”

Reacting to Lacey’s honest confession, Hallmark fans immediately went to the comments section to applaud her.

“Good for you Lacey! You are one brave lady! Welcome to the Big Apple! 💕,” one person wrote. “Awesome! I admire your courage,” another added. “My knees are shaking just looking at how high you are! Photos are stunning though! 😍,” a different fan said.

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What’s more, others couldn’t help but notice how incredible she looked while defying her fear. “And in a red strapless dress and heels no less!! Get it girl!!! 🔥👍🏼🏙️,” a follower commented. “Lady in red. You look beautiful as always Lacey!” someone else chimed in. “Love your dress!! ❤️,” another shared.

In case you’re wondering, Lacey will look just as festive when her new Hallmark movie debuts on November 26. She’ll play a woman named Emily, whose plans change when her parents unexpectedly go out of town for the holiday season. After settling for a quiet Christmas, the HOA comes knocking on her door and a hilarious adventure kicks off to have her participate in the town’s holiday events.

We can’t wait to see what looks Lacey pulls off on the small screen — sans tall buildings.

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