'A girl can't wait to take it off': Halle Berry goes skinny-dipping after the Oscars
Halle shared an eye-popping vid on Instagram (Picture: FilmMagic)

Halle Berry couldn’t wait to get her clothes off after making an appearance at the Oscars.

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In a bizarre video shared on her Instagram page, a video edited with the slowest of slow motions, the actress takes off her long, sparkly blush pink gown and dives into a pool, as Bruno Mars’s Versace On The Floor plays in the background.

Well that’s one way to end a long night.

Evidently excited to get out of the dress, she captioned the clip: ‘After a long award show a girl can’t wait to take it off!’

The 50-year-old hit the red carpet in the floor-length gown, rocking her gorgeous curly afro.

She also presented the award for Best Director to La La Land’s Damien Chazelle.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 26: Actor Halle Berry attends the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
Halle Berry at the 89th Oscars awards (Picture: FilmMagic)

Halle knows one or two things about the Oscars having won an Oscar herself in 2001, for Best Actress in Marc Forster’s Monster’s Ball.

Actress Halle Berry reacts to winning the Oscar for Best Actress during the 74th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood March 24, 2002. Berry won the Academt Award for her role in the film "Monster's Ball". REUTERS/Gary Hershorn PICTURE EMBARGOED FROM REDISTRIBUTION FOR ONLINE/INTERNET USE UNTIL CONCLUSION OF ACADEMY AWARDS TELECAST JM - RTR2X6R
Halle Berry won an Oscar in 2001 for her role in Monster’s Ball (Picture: Reuters)

This win made her the first black actress to win an academy award for a lead actress role.

In her acceptance speech at the time, she dedicated the award to ‘the women that stand beside me, Jada Pinkett [Smith], Angela Bassett, Vivica Fox.’

She also added: ‘And it’s for every nameless, faceless woman of color that now has a chance because this door tonight has been opened.’

Meanwhile at this year’s ceremony, Viola Davis became the first black actor to win an Oscar, an Emmy and a Tony for an acting role.

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