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She's bringing sexy back! Amanda Seyfried upstages Justin Timberlake in Berlin despite wardrobe malfunction

By J J Anisiobi

Wardrobe malfunction: Amanda Seyfried wears an unflattering dress in Berlin, Germany, today

After getting it all so right at the London premiere Amanda Seyfried made a small wardrobe mistake today in Germany and still managed to upstage Justin Timberlake.

The Mama Mia! actress arrived for a photo-call in an unflattering blue dress which clung to her in the wrong places.

The fashion savvy star was spilling out of her on trend dress but still pulled off the outfit unlike her co-star Justin Timberlake.

After flying in from London just hours earlier Justin sported a scruffy stubble and scuffed boots.

The pair chose very different outfits with the Like I Love You singer opting for a casual look of dark blue jeans, black jumper, and a grey leather jacket.

25-year-old Amanda wore a blue knee-length cut-away dress with nude coloured stilettos but was captured spilling out the elegant number.

Bringing sexy back: Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried at the photo call for In Time in Berlin this afternoon

Lights, camera, action: Amanda has had a busy few days promoting her new movie

Yesterday, the two stars dressed to impress at the London premiere where the actress showed off her terrific set of pins in an electric blue shorts suit and he wore a smart wet-look suit.

Amanda proved that she didn't need to spend thousands on her wardrobe either as she revealed that her suit came from high street chain H&M.

In Time, by The Truman Show director Andrew Niccol, is a sci-fi thriller set in the future where people stop aging at 25 years old, but are engineered to live for just one more year after that.

Walk on by: Amanda takes a stroll towards the Hotel Adlon

Time is money, quite literally, as it is used as a unit of currency and people can buy time to make them live longer, which doesn't bode well for the lower and poorer classes, many of whom die at 25 while the rich live on for hundreds of years.

Timberlake plays poor Will Salas who is falsely accused of murder and stealing time from the victim, and must figure out a way, with the help of hostage Sylvia Weis, played by Amanda, to bring down the system and make it through another day of his life.

What a difference a day makes: Co-stars Justin and Amanda in Berlin today and in London yesterday

The film also stars Brit stars Olivia Wilde, Cillian Murphy and Alex Pettyfer.

Although Justin, 30, has been offered a lot of movie roles lately he claims to still be interested in making music.

He said: 'I don't put anything on the back burner, I just go from project to project.'



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