Demi Moore, 61, puts on a leggy display in a sleek blazer dress as she cradles her adorable dog Pilaf ahead of filming The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in NYC

Demi Moore showed off her toned legs in a stylish ensemble as she arrived to film The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in New York City on Wednesday. 

The Golden Globe nominated actress, 61 – who has been busy promoting her latest project Feud: Capote vs. The Swans – also carried her adorable pup, Pilaf, in her arms during the brief outing. 

The star, who recently became a grandmother, looked incredibly youthful in a black blazer dress that was secured with buttons at the front and contained a hem that stopped inches above her knees. 

Sheer, patterned cutouts could be seen throughout the upper portion of the outfit which offered a sultry flare to the look. 

Moore additionally slipped into a pair of sheer tights as well as closed-toed, black heels that contained silver, glittering straps on the back.  

Demi Moore, 61, showed off her toned legs in a stylish ensemble as she arrived to film The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in New York City on Wednesday 

The star turned heads wearing a long-sleeved, black blazer dress that was secured with buttons at the front and contained a hem that stopped inches above her knees

The star turned heads wearing a long-sleeved, black blazer dress that was secured with buttons at the front and contained a hem that stopped inches above her knees

The star looked incredibly youthful with a dewy glow

The star looked incredibly youthful with a dewy glow 

Her long, dark locks were parted in the middle, and effortlessly fell down straight past her shoulders. 

Demi opted for minimal accessories to allow her dress to be the maim focal point, and donned a pair of small, dangly earrings. 

The beauty’s makeup was classically done, and comprised of a layer of mascara to her lashes as well as a strip of black eyeliner. 

A warm blush was added to her cheekbones for a radiant glow, while a nude-colored, glossy tint was worn on her lips for a finishing touch. 

Moore was spotted strolling along a busy sidewalk in the Big Apple while cradling her dog, Pilaf, shortly before stopping by to film The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. 

She has been filtering through a busy schedule while promoting her latest project titled, Feud: Capote vs. The Swans. 

The FX/Hulu limited series is slated to premiere on Wednesday January 31, and also stars Naomi Watts, Diane Lane, Chloe Sevigny, Calista Flockhart, Molly Ringwald as well as Tom Hollander. 

The official premise follows: ‘Acclaimed writer Truman Capote (Tom Hollander) surrounded himself with a coterie of society’s most elite women – rich, glamorous socialites who defined a bygone era of high society New York – whom he nicknamed “the swans.”‘

Moore additionally slipped into a pair of sheer tights as well as closed-toed, black heels that contained silver, glittering straps on the back

Moore additionally slipped into a pair of sheer tights as well as closed-toed, black heels that contained silver, glittering straps on the back

She has been filtering through a busy schedule while promoting her latest project titled, Feud: Capote vs. The Swans

She has been filtering through a busy schedule while promoting her latest project titled, Feud: Capote vs. The Swans

‘Enchanted and captivated by these doyennes, Capote ingratiated himself into their lives, befriending them and becoming their confidante, only to ultimately betray them by writing a thinly veiled fictionalization of their lives, exposing their most intimate secrets…’

The show is based on the book titled, Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Er, which was written by Laurence Leamer.

Demi took on the role of Ann Woodward in the show – who was known as a socialite and radio actress, but was later shunned from New York society following the death of her husband. 

During an appearance on Good Morning America earlier on Wednesday, the actress – who recently glammed up for the premiere of the series – opened up about taking on the ‘complicated’ role. 

‘I think there’s great responsibility when you’re stepping in to play a real person,’ she explained. 

‘And even though Capote really goes into Truman’s perception, it was really important for me to kind of honor the truth as much as possible and all the research I did – the question of did she murder her husband or was it an accident?’ 

Moore continued, ‘From my research, it was an accident,’ despite Capote alleging the opposite. 

‘And I think that, after Ann lived a life that was a lot of rejection – the family rejected her that she married into…she never lived up to anybody’s standards. She just never fit that social stratosphere.’

Demi took on the role of Ann Woodward in the show - who was known as a socialite and radio actress, but was later shunned from New York society following the death of her husband

Demi took on the role of Ann Woodward in the show – who was known as a socialite and radio actress, but was later shunned from New York society following the death of her husband

During an appearance on Good Morning America earlier on Wednesday, the actress - who recently glammed up for the premiere of the series - opened up about taking on the 'complicated' role

During an appearance on Good Morning America earlier on Wednesday, the actress – who recently glammed up for the premiere of the series – opened up about taking on the ‘complicated’ role

'And even though Capote really goes into Truman's perception, it was really important for me to kind of honor the truth as much as possible and all the research I did - the question of did she murder her husband or was it an accident?' she expressed

‘And even though Capote really goes into Truman’s perception, it was really important for me to kind of honor the truth as much as possible and all the research I did – the question of did she murder her husband or was it an accident?’ she expressed 

'Given the givings, he's doing very well,' she explained to the hosts. The pair were notably married from 1987 through 2000 and share children: Rumer, 35, Scout, 32 and Tallulah, 29

‘Given the givings, he’s doing very well,’ she explained to the hosts. The pair were notably married from 1987 through 2000 and share children: Rumer, 35, Scout, 32 and Tallulah, 29

The Ghost star added that Truman making her out to be a ‘murderess’ was ‘really the nail in the coffin for her.’ 

While on GMA, Demi also gave an update about her ex-husband, Bruce Willis – nearly one year after his frontotemporal dementia diagnosis. 

‘Given the givings, he’s doing very well,’ she explained to the hosts. The pair were notably married from 1987 through 2000 and share children: Rumer, 35, Scout, 32 and Tallulah, 29. 

She also revealed the advice that she has given to their kids, stating, ‘It’s important to just meet them where they’re at.’ 

'And not hold onto what isn't, but what is, because there's great beauty and sweetness and loving and joy out of that,' Demi added; Bruce seen with daughter Scout

‘And not hold onto what isn’t, but what is, because there’s great beauty and sweetness and loving and joy out of that,’ Demi added; Bruce seen with daughter Scout 

And while recently appearing on Sirius XM's Andy Cohen show called Radio Andy, she also touched on the topic and explained, 'I think the most important thing I could share is just to meet them where they're at'

And while recently appearing on Sirius XM’s Andy Cohen show called Radio Andy, she also touched on the topic and explained, ‘I think the most important thing I could share is just to meet them where they’re at’

‘And not hold onto what isn’t, but what is, because there’s great beauty and sweetness and loving and joy out of that.’ 

While recently appearing on Sirius XM’s Andy Cohen show called Radio Andy, she also touched on the topic and explained, ‘I think the most important thing I could share is just to meet them where they’re at.’ 

‘When you let go of who they’ve been or who you think they [should be], or who even you would like them to be…’

‘You can then really stay in the present and take in the joy and the love that is present and there for all that they are, not all that they’re not,’ Moore added. 

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