Dakota Johnson
Actress Dakota Johnson poses after presenting the award for outstanding debut at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards at the Royal Opera House in London, February 14, 2016. Reuters/Toby Melville

“Fifty Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson was the eye-turner at the BAFTA Awards 2016. She looked stunning on Sunday as she swept onto the red carpet in London wearing a subtle re Dior gown with spaghetti straps and a plunging neckline.

Although she has bared all in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the low-cut red elegant dress she wore nearly bared all once again, as Johnson came dangerously close to another wardrobe malfunction in the star-studded event. She was not wearing a bra.

Johnson paired the beautiful red dress with Repossi jewellery and Jimmy Choo heels. She has been in the UK promoting her film “How To Be Single,” releasing next week. She was able to be present at the BAFTA Awards to find out whether she would take home the EE Rising Star Award, writes POPSUGAR.

Johnson missed the prize to John Boyega but surely stole the show with her red dress. She posed next to Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. Soon the biggest stars started arriving at the Royal Opera House, and leading the way beside Johnson was Cate Blanchett. Blanchett stunned everybody with her full-length gown, complete with a beautiful floral lace detail across her chest and black skirt.

“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke looked flawless in red too. She was seen flaunting her cleavage in a gorgeous full-length crimson gown.

Johnson recently spoke about Jamie Dornan and upcoming sequels of “Fifty Shades of Grey” while promoting her new romantic comedy “How to be Single.” Johnson appeared on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens: Live” with Andy Cohen. She answered a viewer query about whether Johnson thinks Dornan should go full frontal in “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed.”

“That’s an interesting question, I’ll probably get in trouble for this answer… yeah. Yeah. I’m gonna make him get fully naked in the next one. Everybody wants to see the D, the Dornan D. We should start a movement, a campaign,” said Johnson.