Gabrielle Union looks radiant as she leaves event... after sending strong message about AGT firing

Gabrielle Union has been more than outspoken about her America’s Got Talent firing became headline news over claims she was dismissed for speaking out about a ‘toxic culture’ on set.

The actress looked like she was proud to have taken a stand when she was spotted leaving SoHo, New York event on Sunday.

While attending a soiree at beloved French bakery Ladurée, Gabby wowed in a leggy white skirt and sharply tailored jacket.

Doing the right things: Gabrielle Union looked like she was proud to have spoken out against AGT when she was spotted after a New York event on Sunday

Doing the right things: Gabrielle Union looked like she was proud to have spoken out against AGT when she was spotted after a New York event on Sunday

Her pleated maxi skirt offered up a look at her legs with its sheer fabric and a dramatic slit.

Union, the wife of retired NBA pro Dwyane Wade, combined her flirty skirt with an ivory jacket that fit like a glove. Making a statement, she added chandelier earrings.

White Heels with delicate ankle straps completed her look on a feminine note.

Elegance was the name of the game for her beauty look, with Gabrielle styling her hair back smoothly into a ponytail. 

Chic: While attending a soiree at beloved French bakery Ladurée, Gabby wowed in a leggy white skirt and sharply tailored jacket

Chic: While attending a soiree at beloved French bakery Ladurée, Gabby wowed in a leggy white skirt and sharply tailored jacket

Kick it up: Her pleated maxi skirt offered up a look at her legs with its sheer fabric and a dramatic slit

Kick it up: Her pleated maxi skirt offered up a look at her legs with its sheer fabric and a dramatic slit

It seemed like the event put Union in a good mood, as she beamed and waved before heading off. 

On Instagram Gabrielle showed off one of the outfit’s more alluring features.

Two slits on the sides of the Bad Boys actress’ jacket flashed a hint of skin when she struck a pose in front of some curtains.

Reminding her 14.8million followers to not let life’s setbacks get you down, she captioned the shot saying: ‘Keep your foot on the gas dolls. Keep your foot on the gas.’

Hints of skin: Two slits on the sides of the Bad Boys actress' jacket flashed a some skin when she struck a pose in front of some curtains

Hints of skin: Two slits on the sides of the Bad Boys actress’ jacket flashed a some skin when she struck a pose in front of some curtains

Long game: Reminding her 14.8million followers to not let life's setbacks get you down, she captioned the shot saying: 'Keep your foot on the gas dolls. Keep your foot on the gas'

Long game: Reminding her 14.8million followers to not let life’s setbacks get you down, she captioned the shot saying: ‘Keep your foot on the gas dolls. Keep your foot on the gas’

Gabrielle was out as she’s been in the headlines over her recent firing from America’s Got Talent.

The 47-year-old lost her job after she reportedly complained of racial bias and a ‘toxic’ work culture at the NBC show. 

She hinted at her AGT booting at her New York And Company holiday collection launch in Manhattan. 

‘Don't be the happy negro that does the bidding of the status quo because you're afraid,’ she said at the launch without naming the TV program, Variety reports.

'I'm fully aware that job loss is on the table': Gabrielle Union hinted at her America's Got Talent firing at her New York And Company holiday collection launch in Manhattan

‘I’m fully aware that job loss is on the table’: Gabrielle Union hinted at her America’s Got Talent firing at her New York And Company holiday collection launch in Manhattan 

‘Don't allow them to call you angry when someone else is called passionate. It's terrifying. There's a solid chance you'll lose your job.…I speak from experience.’ 

She added: ‘Do your best because corporations want global dollars. Do your best to try to hold the door open and hold people responsible.’

The mom allowed: ‘Yeah, I'm asking you to do the impossible…I'm fully aware that job loss is on the table…but if you're not doing it, nobody is.’

Addressing her own financial situation she said: ‘How many checks do I need? This financial freedom, they're shackles, masquerading as zeros in my bank account.’

Strong message: 'Don't be the happy negro that does the bidding of the status quo because you're afraid,' she said at the launch without naming the TV program, Variety reports

Strong message: ‘Don't be the happy negro that does the bidding of the status quo because you're afraid,’ she said at the launch without naming the TV program, Variety reports

Esteemed company: She made the remarks on a panel called The Power Of Inclusivity And The Women Leading The Charge moderated by Harper's Bazaar senior digital editor Chrissy Ford

Esteemed company: She made the remarks on a panel called The Power Of Inclusivity And The Women Leading The Charge moderated by Harper’s Bazaar senior digital editor Chrissy Ford

Lineup: Gabrielle was joined on the panel by influencer Hannah Bronfman, stylist Solange Franklin, Plus Model magazine co-owner Madeline Jones and model Ebonee Davis

Lineup: Gabrielle was joined on the panel by influencer Hannah Bronfman, stylist Solange Franklin, Plus Model magazine co-owner Madeline Jones and model Ebonee Davis

The Omaha native argued: ‘There are a lot of people who are only interested in filling their own plate. I can't enjoy my food if everyone else is starving.’

She made the remarks on a panel called The Power Of Inclusivity And The Women Leading The Charge moderated by Harper’s Bazaar senior digital editor Chrissy Ford.

Gabrielle was joined on the panel by influencer Hannah Bronfman, stylist Solange Franklin, Plus Model magazine co-owner Madeline Jones and model Ebonee Davis.

On Monday she shared a glamorous snap of herself in a car and captioned it: ‘Ohhhh so that’s what we on huh? Yes. Yes it is.’

Throwback: The 47-year-old lost her job after she reportedly complained of racial bias and a 'toxic' work culture at the NBC show; pictured at the program's red carpet in September

Throwback: The 47-year-old lost her job after she reportedly complained of racial bias and a ‘toxic’ work culture at the NBC show; pictured at the program’s red carpet in September

'Yes it is': On Monday she shared a glamorous snap of herself in a car and wrote in the caption: 'Ohhhh so that's what we on huh? Yes'

 ‘Yes it is’: On Monday she shared a glamorous snap of herself in a car and wrote in the caption: ‘Ohhhh so that’s what we on huh? Yes’

A day prior she uploaded a selfie video taken during a photo-shoot and captioned: ‘I’m unfazed. I will not be deterred nor silenced.’

She and Julianne Hough were both fired last month after one season. A source said, in Variety‘s words, that they got ‘excessive notes on their physical appearance.’

One insider said Gabrielle was told her various hairdos were ‘too black,’ a note she nodded to on her Instagram page last week.

Co-panelists: She and Julianne Hough (left) were both fired last month after one season

Co-panelists: She and Julianne Hough (left) were both fired last month after one season

She reposted a video originally uploaded by her hairdresser Larry Sims showing off a string of different hairstyles she modeled on the program.

‘Unapologetically me. Be comfortable and confident with your whole a** self. It might give others the fluuuxxx but never stop being you,’ she wrote in the caption. 

‘You can shine on your own terms. And if you got something to say I dont take notes rooted in anti-blackness. I love me as i am.’

Earlier this month she tweeted that she and NBC network representatives ‘had a lengthy 5-hour, and what I thought to be, productive meeting yesterday.’

'I'm unfazed': A day prior she uploaded a selfie video taken during a photo-shoot and wrote in the caption: 'I will not be deterred nor silenced'

‘I’m unfazed’: A day prior she uploaded a selfie video taken during a photo-shoot and wrote in the caption: ‘I will not be deterred nor silenced’

She explained: ‘I was able to, again, express my unfiltered truth. I led with transparency and my desire and hope for real change.’

NBC said in a statement: ‘The initial conversation was candid and productive. While there will be a further investigation to get a deeper understanding of the facts, we are working with Gabrielle to come to a positive resolution.’

America’s Got Talent’s creator and co-judge, the famously sharp-tongued Simon Cowell, was a subject of discussion at the meeting, according to Deadline.

‘The ball is in NBC's court to see if they can get Cowell to agree to make some changes to the way things are done on the show,’ a source told Deadline, which reports an independent investigator will be brought in.

'I love me as i am': One Variety insider said Gabrielle was told her various hairdos were 'too black,' a note she nodded to on her Instagram page last week

‘I love me as i am’: One Variety insider said Gabrielle was told her various hairdos were ‘too black,’ a note she nodded to on her Instagram page last week

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