Halle Berry, 57, wears nothing but black lace lingerie under a gold blazer to wish her fans a happy New Year’s Day: ‘Heelllllloooooo 2024!’

Halle Berry was showing off her dynamic figure on Monday morning to wish her Instagram followers a Happy New Year’s Day.

The 57-year-old Introducing Dorothy Dandridge star was seen in a black lace onesie that flaunted her chest, small waistline and toned legs.

The cover girl added a gold tailored blazer, but it did not hide much.

Berry was also in sky high black heels that elongated her figure as she stood in a small gold elevator.

‘Heelllllloooooo 2024!’ was all she wrote in her caption for her nearly 9M followers.

Halle Berry was showing off her dynamic figure on Monday morning to wish her Instagram followers a Happy New Year’s Day

'Heelllllloooooo 2024!' was all she wrote in her caption for her nearly 9M followers

‘Heelllllloooooo 2024!’ was all she wrote in her caption for her nearly 9M followers

The 57-year-old Introducing Dorothy Dandridge star was seen in a black lace onesie that flaunted her chest, small waistline and toned legs. The cover girl added a gold tailored blazer, but it did not hide much. Berry stood in a small gold elevator

The 57-year-old Introducing Dorothy Dandridge star was seen in a black lace onesie that flaunted her chest, small waistline and toned legs. The cover girl added a gold tailored blazer, but it did not hide much. Berry stood in a small gold elevator

It was a flashback image as she wore the gold look when at The Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in early December.

On the carpet, she added slacks. 

Last month Halle said she regrets that her Oscars success hasn’t become a turning point for the movie industry.

The star became the first – and thus far only – African-American woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2002 for her performance in Monster’s Ball, and Halle feels sad that her success hasn’t been repeated by other black actresses.

She told Variety: ‘It’s been 21 years now and no one else like me has walked through that door. That is a great sadness because I felt that night meant something.’

Despite this, Halle acknowledged that Hollywood has seen some ‘change’ over the last 21 years.

The actress explained: ‘Awards aren’t everything. 

‘We are working in the industry in a way we never worked, so there has been change and it did matter.’

Halle launched her own production company, 606 Films, back in 2014, and she’s claimed that it’s helped to ‘move the needle’ in Hollywood.

She said: ‘[Winning the Oscar] didn’t do for me what it did for others, which goes back to being a black woman. But my production company did move the needle. I get to do what I want, turn ideas into screenplays and decide the producers I work with.’

She wore the suit when at The Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in early December; here she added slacks

She wore the suit when at The Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in early December; here she added slacks

The star was with her boyfriend when at the festival

The star was with her boyfriend when at the festival

Halle previously claimed that a lack of recognition shouldn’t detract from the hard work and talent of other black actresses.

The film star told the New York Times newspaper: ‘We can’t always judge success or progress by how many awards we have.

‘Awards are the icing on the cake – they’re your peers saying you were exceptionally excellent this year – but does that mean that if we don’t get the exceptionally excellent nod, that we were not great, and we’re not successful, and we’re not changing the world with our art, and our opportunities aren’t growing?’

Last month, Berry was in a swimsuit when on a rocky shorline

Last month, Berry was in a swimsuit when on a rocky shorline

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