Keke Palmer Can Run Me Over in This Red-Carpet Gown

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Keke Palmer's looks on the Nope press tour continue to kill. This time Glamour's July cover star graced the nation of Germany with a red-carpet look that brought drama, sex appeal, and then some.

At the German premiere in Berlin on Tuesday, July 26, Palmer wore a classic black dress with a twist. The David Koma “plexiglass tyre track embroidery gown” has a simple silhouette: It's strapless, formfitting, and floor-length, but with an up-to-there slit embellished with silver plates resembling tire tracks (hence the name of the dress). Run me over, Keke.

Palmer added a pair of black heels with silver ankle straps and sparkly diamond earrings. For glam, she went with a dramatic eye shadow, including white eyeliner that pops, paired with a rosy nude lip. She wore her hair in waist-length box braids.

See Palmer's full look here:

<h1 class="title">"Nope" Premiere in Berlin</h1><cite class="credit">Gerald Matzka/Getty Images</cite>

"Nope" Premiere in Berlin

Gerald Matzka/Getty Images
<h1 class="title">"Nope" Premiere in Berlin</h1><cite class="credit">Gerald Matzka/Getty Images</cite>

"Nope" Premiere in Berlin

Gerald Matzka/Getty Images
<h1 class="title">"Nope" Premiere in Berlin</h1><cite class="credit">Gerald Matzka/Getty Images</cite>

"Nope" Premiere in Berlin

Gerald Matzka/Getty Images

ICYMI, Palmer also wore a red David Koma minidress for her Glamour cover story.

Over the weekend a Twitter user compared the Nope star's popularity to Zendaya's, writing that, because of colorism, Zendaya has had more mainstream success and recognition in the entertainment industry.

Keke Palmer was quick to respond on Twitter: “A great example of colorism is to believe I can be compared to anyone. I’m the youngest talk show host ever. The first Black woman to star in her own show on Nickelodeon, & the youngest & first Black Cinderella on broadway. I’m an incomparable talent. Baby, THIS, is Keke Palmer.”

Originally Appeared on Glamour