Director Peter Berg Clarifies His Criticism of ESPY Courage Award for Caitlyn …

17 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A winning look! Caitlyn Jenner turns heads in huge hat and printed red dress at Del Mar Racetrack Opening Day after wowing at the ESPYs.

Caitlyn Jenner made her first public appearance as a woman at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday, where she delivered a powerful speech while accepting the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.Fresh from her triumphant showing at the 23rd Annual ESPY Awards last night, the E! star attended yet another major sporting event in Southern California—opening day at Del Mar, which marks the official start of the racetrack’s summer season.

The reality star left her brunette locks loose and styled in curls, completing her look with a black handbag and dark glasses over her perfectly made-up face. Caitlyn wowed in a fabulous wide-brimmed hat and a curve-hugging red and white printed wrap dress (we’re guessing DVF, but the ask is still out), and it appears that the moment she set foot on the grounds, all eyes were upon her. On Thursday morning, the star shared a photo to Twitter which showed her being primped for her big speech by a glam squad, along with the caption: ‘Behind the scenes of the most incredible, unforgettable night.

The former Olympian also carried a Versace purse, the famed Italian fashion house having also been responsible for the show-stopping white gown she wore to the ESPYs. In addition to touring the paddocks with Joe Harper, president of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, we’re told that Caitlyn sipped red wine and enjoyed the spectacle with five of her Veuve-sipping girlfriends in a private suite—and we’re told she even placed a small bet. The 51-year-old director later backtracked, and tweeted the following day: ‘I have the utmost respect for Caitlyn Jenner and I am a strong supporter of equality and the rights of trans people everywhere.’ Caitlyn, who has admitted that giving the speech ‘wasn’t easy’, told Robin Roberts – a previous recipient of the award: ‘I am just great to be in a position where myself and my family have been so supportive of what is happening.

Picking out this outfit—OK girls, I get it.” “My plea to you tonight is to join me in making this one of your issues as well…Learn as much as you can about another person,” she continued. “I trained hard. You know, my kids are great.’ ‘I knew Arthur Ashe and I sat out there in the audience on many an occasion and I thought to myself, “Boy, what if someday I could make a difference in the world and do what I’m doing.

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