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Melania Trump’s $150-Million lawsuit against the Daily Mail has been dismissed. In this photo Melania Trump, wife of President Donald Trump, waves to the crowd after delivering a speech on the first day of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 18, 2016. Alex Wong/Getty Images

Melania Trump’s gorgeous presidential debate dress drew a lot of attention on Monday, Sept. 26.

Earlier this week, the 46-year-old wife of presidential candidate Donald Trump, 70, wore the simple off-the-shoulder stretch-knit frock designed by Roland Mouret to the debate, which saw her tycoon husband and democratic nominee Hillary Clinton facing off against each other. The chic black dress retails at a cool $2,645, Stylish by Us Weekly reported. However, if you’re hoping to buy this dress and wear it to your next big family event, you might have to change your plans as Melania’s LBD dress is reportedly already sold out.

Meanwhile, Melania isn’t the first big name to rock the Roland Mouret dress. Back in July, “America’s Got Talent” judge Heidi Klum, 43, also wore the frock during a guest appearance on “Good Morning America.” But while Klum chose to pair the outfit with hoop earrings, Melania let the LBD dress do the talking. Check out the photo of Melania’s presidential debate dress below!

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Melania Trump came on stage at the end of the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, Sept. 26, 2016. JOE RAEDLE/AFP/Getty Images

This isn’t the first time one of the dresses Melania has worn sold out in stores. The $2,190 Roksanda Ilincic bell-sleeve dress she wore to the 2016 Republican National Convention in July also sold out hours after she gave a speech in honor of her husband during the event, according to a previous Us Weekly report. She was slammed later on after it was discovered that she plagiarized Michelle Obama’s 2008 speech.

Meanwhile, 84 million viewers tuned it to watch the 2016 presidential debate on Monday night, according to research firm Nielsen (via BBC). The Clinton-Trump debate beat the record previously held by Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan, whose 1980 presidential debate was watched by 80.6 million Americans.