Ashley Judd Dress: Wows in Beautiful Teal Herve Leger Dress at The Olympus Has Fallen Premiere After Split With Dario Franchitti [PHOTO]
Ashley Judd looked amazing in a teal figure-hugging low cut dress during a red carpet appearance for The Olympus Has Fallen premiere on March 18.
The 44-year-old wore the tight Herve Leger dress that showed off her great body while greeting her costars Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler at the event.
Judd, who recently divorced husband Dario Franchitti after 10 years of marriage, didn't look lonely as she was spotted chatting away to Butler. "Ashley smiled the whole time while talking to Gerard," a source told Us Weekly.
Judd and Franchitti announced their split on Jan. 29. 2013. They have no children together and released a joint statement saying: "We have mutually decided to end our marriage. We'll always be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on the special love, integrity, and respect we have always enjoyed."
The former couple had tied the knot in a private ceremony in Scotland in 2001. Judd's famous country singer sister, Wynona, served as maid of honor for the ceremony and Franchitti's brother Mario was the best man.
As a race car driver, Dario nabbed a number of championship titles including winning the Indianapolis 500 three times and the Indy Car Series four times.
There was much talk of the "Missing" star's interest in trading in her acting career for a shot at politics. Ashley was poised for a run against top senate Republican Mitch McConnell for a seat to represent Kentucky. However, her publicist Cara Tripicchio squashed those rumors in a statement to Politico.
"Ashley has yet to decide about running for the United States Senate. She is honored by the incredible encouragement from her fellow Kentuckians and the national interest, including Senator McConnell," Tripicchio said.
In 2012, Ashley reportedly looked into what would be required of her if she did want to pursue a career in politics. Sources said she met with New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in December about the possible bid and started conducting opposition research.
"She is doing all the things that a serious candidate exploring a race should do," Rep. John Yarmuth told Politico at the time about Ashley's political activities.