Miley Cyrus showcased a daring look at the Australians in Film 8th Annual Breakthrough Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 27, 2012.
The 19-year-old actress and pop singer arrived at the event with her Australian fiance, "The Hunger Games" actor Liam Hemsworth, and wore a black mini-dress by Zimmermann, an Australian label, with a built-in bralet that showed off her cleavage. She completed the look with matching strappy Christian Louboutin Exvota platform sandals and her 3.5-carat Neil Lane diamond engagement ring.
Hemsworth, 22, had proposed to Cyrus in late May. The two announced their engagement on June 6.
Also in attendance was Natalie Imbruglia, a 37-year-old pop star best known for her 1997 hit ballad "Torn." She arrived wearing a strapless, colorful tribal-print dress that fell below her knees.
She is also an actress - she began her on-screen career in the early 1990s by playing Beth on the Australian soap opera "Neighbors," the show that made fellow singer Kylie Minogue famous. Imbruglia also appeared in the 2003 movie "Johnny English" and in 2010, she served as a judge on the Australian version of the singing contest series "The X Factor."
Australians in Film is a non-profit organization made up mostly of Australian citizens who work in the film and television industry. The group is based in Los Angeles and often hosts film screenings and other events.
At Wednesday's awards benefit dinner, Hemsworth received the the 2012 Breakthrough Award, which he shared with Australian actress Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah on the NBC spy series "Chuck."
Famed Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein won the International Award for his contributions to Australian cinema, while Anna McGahan won a scholarship named after late Australian "Dark Knight" actor Heath Ledger. She is set to receive a cash prize and take a complimentary one-year acting course.