Oprah Winfrey, 70, Flaunts Her Slim Figure In A Waist-Cinching Blazer Dress As She Receives The GLAAD Vanguard Award

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Oprah Winfrey continues to display her slimmer figure and chic style following her significant weight loss.

At the 35th annual GLAAD Media Awards held in Beverly Hills last week, the talk show host, 70, glowed in an elegant and eye-catching black-and-purple blazer dress that emphasized her tiny waist and toned physique.

At the Beverly Hilton, Winfrey was presented with the prestigious GLAAD Vanguard Award during the ceremony. Her stylish frock boasted a glossy lavender collar, alongside matching button detailing and hip pockets, with the remainder of the garment exhibiting a classic black hue.

 

Oprah Winfrey Puts Her Toned Figure & Tiny Waist On Display In Chic Dress At The GLAAD Media Awards

To complete her look, the former WeightWatchers board member added black pointed toe heels, shimmering silver dangly earrings, sparkling bracelets, a chunky ring and her signature round-frame glasses.

As for her glam, the Color Purple star wore her brunette tresses down, parted slightly off to the side and styled into glamorous loose waves. Recognized for her dedication to advancing LGBTQ rights, Winfrey was bestowed the award for her efforts to foster acceptance and understanding within the community over the course of her career.

The media mogul, who has been known to leverage her platform to bring attention to important social issues, has frequently shone a light on LGBTQ rights in particular.

In a statement last week, Sarah Kate Ellis, GLAAD president and CEO said: "When Oprah speaks, the world listens and our community cherishes her as an unapologetic ally, especially to transgender people. Winfrey’s commanding career will forever align her on the right side of history."

Ellis also deemed Winfrey to be a "beacon of hope and inspiration for the LGBTQ community for decades." She went on: "[Winfrey's] groundbreaking work in media has not only entertained and informed millions of people around the world, but it has also helped to change hearts and minds and promote greater understanding and acceptance for our community."