Isla Fisher Glows on the Red Carpet!

07/30/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

Russ Einhorn/Splash News online

After a few months of all of us playing the guessing game, Isla Fisher is now unmistakably pregnant — with a baby Borat, no less! (Sacha Baron Cohen is Isla’s fiancé.) So when she hit the red carpet of her new film Hot Rod, co-starring Andy Samberg, we couldn’t stop staring at her baby bump and how generally fabulous she looks. The mom-to-be is so small that she is still wearing non-maternity wear — in this case, a lovely pink Dolce & Gabbana dress that only had to be let out a tiny bit to accomodate her growing tummy. Now that Naomi Watts has finally given birth, Isla is definitely stepping into her shoes as the stylish pregnant Aussie actress. Can’t wait to see more of her in the coming months!

FILED UNDER: Maternity , Red Carpet
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rashundra on

HAHA, oh dave. so true!

nhilario on

Isla, looks beautiful.

alia on

She looks very pretty here….congrats to her:)

lydia on


Cody on

hi i enjoyed the read

night on

dave, I agree with ya! she does NOT look amazing at all. She looks uncomfortably pregnant to me….her ripe belly so heavy she has to hold it up with both arms.
I must say that the dress is so much better than most Hollywood types who think we want to see their pregant bellies sticking out of too small shirts.
The woman at least has class…even if the wince on her face makes her look like she is fighting the pain of a major contraction.

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