Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie and Agnes Varda danced on stage at the Annual Governors Awards. Pictured: Jolie presents the Honorary Award to director Agnes Varda onstage at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 9th Annual Governors Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center on Nov. 11, 2017 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Angelina Jolie looked adorable at the recently concluded 2017 Governors Awards.

On Saturday, celebrities gathered together for the 9th Annual Governors Awards at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood. Among those who were honored were Agnes Varda, Charles Burnett, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Own Roizman and Donald Sutherland, Us Weekly reported.

The "Maleficent" star looked elegant in her cream Elisabetta Franchi sequin dress. The ensemble is calf-length and features clusters of sequins. Brad Pitt's estranged wife presented the honorary Oscar to Varda, and the pair broke into an impromptu dance on stage.

According to USA Today, Varda surprised everyone when she began her acceptance speech by saying, "Tonight I feel like dancing. The dance of cinema." Varda, the pioneer of the French New Wave filmmaking movement, started to show off her moves on stage, and Jolie gamely joined her.

"You have reminded me personally of the importance of joy," Jolie told Varda.

Varda released her first film, titled "La Pointe Courte," in 1995. Her most recent work is the movie "Face Places," which received the best documentary award at the Cannes Film Festival.

"I never thought that people of Hollywood would like my work," Valda told Variety about her honorary Oscar. "I really love making films."

Aside from Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert Pattinson, Emma Stone and the latter's ex, Andrew Garfield, were also spotted at the Governors Awards. The ex-couple were seen chatting happily and laughing together during the event.

In related news, Jolie is set to join a Vancouver summit on Wednesday. The "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" star will be giving a keynote address during the two-day peacekeeping summit as the special envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and co-founder of the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative. Jolie's topic is still unknown, but it has been speculated that she will discuss gender equality in peacekeeping and ending sexual abuse.

Jolie was appointed as special envoy in April 2012. Earlier this year, she renewed her contract with the organization because she said she believes in its cause. "I'm with you for life," Jolie said.

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