Kate Beckinsale is always a tease on social media but this time, she’s using a cat as a prop for her sexy dance moves. The 46-year-old sent heads spinning with her latest IG post, which she shared one day after Sunday night’s Oscars. Hours after slipping into a tight hip-hugging red gown for Vanity Fair’s afterparty, the “Underworld” actress dressed down in a burgundy hoodie and black yoga pants that highlighted her curves perfectly. Wearing her gorgeous brunette locks up in a messy bun, Kate Beckinsale put her bizarre dance moves on full display.
Taking to social media on Monday night, the English beauty grabbed a fluffy feline and began moving her hips back and forth hypnotizing fans while dancing to Whitney Houston‘s “How Will I Know.” Turning her back to the camera so the cat was the star of the show, Kate Beckinsale pulled out all the stops. At one time, holding up her hands and another arching her back in a full shimmy. “Choose a dance partner of equal ability if possible,” she captioned the video. While Kate Beckinsale was clearly having fun, the cat seemed a bit confused.
Her fur baby didn’t know what was going on but laid patiently on the actress’s shoulder and let her do her thing. Fans LOVED Kate Beckinsale’s video and made their feelings clear by commenting on her crazy dance footage. “Wow those moves ? and cool cat lol,” one fan wrote. “I’d give it a 10! Especially with kitty on your shoulders! ?,” another stated. “Your cat is like “so THAT’S what brings the boys to our yard” ??,” a third commented. Even celebrities got in on the fun cat action!
“Schitt’s Creek” actor Dan Levy simply commented with several clapping emojis, while Ronan Farrow teased Kate Beckinsale by writing, “Honestly a crime you didn’t bring the cat to the VF afterparty.” Kate Beckinsale wowed on Sunday at Vanity Fair’s party by showing off her hourglass figure in a breathtaking ruby Zuhair Murad gown. Posting about her exciting time at the party of the year, Kate Beckinsale said she did plenty of dancing at the Oscar’s afterparty. “Verified
@vanityfair 2020. Congratulations to all the nominees and winners and special mention to LEGEND @taikawaititi without whom I might not have come close to perishing on a dance floor from laughing so much that I had a near death experience with my own uvula,” she hysterically wrote.