The pair wore custom Louis Vuitton jerseys during their football outing in Las Vegas
During Sunday's Super Bowl, theWicked co-stars stepped out at Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium rocking a pair of custom sequin Louis Vuitton football jerseys, featuring the names of their characters (Elphaba and Glinda) written across their backs.
The outfits celebrated the premiere of the first trailer for the movie musical Wicked: Part One, which aired during the big game on CBS and is set to hit theaters in November of this year.
Both jerseys allowed each actress to channel her character in the film — Erivo, 37, rocking mainly green for Elphaba and Grande, 30, rocking mainly pink for Glinda — and both featured plenty of sequins.
With a zipper in the back of the jerseys, each also featured the letters "LV" on the front and the number "27" on the back, likely referencing the Nov. 27, 2024 release date of the first Wicked film, directed by Jon M. Chu.
Grande paired her pink jersey with her blonde hair, a Louis bag, black leather jacket, black boots and circular shades, while her co-star was also decked out in black boots, a tan/brown jacket, large shades and a green purse to match her mainly green fit.
According to Grande's Instagram Story, the duo spent some of the game next to Grammy-winning pal Victoria Monét, who wore a custom Usher jersey dress of her own to celebrate the night's halftime show headliner.
During the big game, the trailer for the film adaptation of Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman’s Tony-winning Broadway show aired during a commercial break, showing Grande and Erivo acting in their full Wicked attire for the first time.
The Wizard of Oz prequel tells the story of “a green-skinned woman" who “becomes the Wicked Witch of the West," per the movie's logline. While Grande appears as Glinda and Erivo portrays the green-skinned heroine, other actors in the film include Jonathan Bailey as Fiyero, Ethan Slater as Boq, Marissa Bode as Nessarose, Bowen Yang as Pfannee, Jeff Goldblum as the Wizard, Keala Settle as Miss Coddle, and Michelle Yeoh as Madame Morrible.
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Part Two of the story is set to be released Nov. 26, 2025.
"This movie has everything: giant musical numbers, big action pieces,” Chu, who has also directed Crazy Rich Asians and In The Heights, told an audience at CinemaCon 2023 in April. “And using a classic story you all know, The Wizard of Oz."
"At the end of the day, it's actually not about those things. It's about change and [how] it's necessary for things to get better."
Last month, members of the cast celebrated the conclusion of the film's principal photography by sharing sentimental posts to Instagram. Erivo called her time filming the project "the grandest gift I could ever have asked for."
"I've been trying to think of what I’d say when this day finally came, and I’m failing miserably, because honestly there aren’t enough words to fully express what this experience has meant to me, so I’ll leave you with this," she wrote. "The universe will take things away to make space for the grand gifts it has waiting for us."
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