Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson looked fantastic at the MusiCares Person of the Year party on Friday night in Los Angeles.
The Saving Private Ryan actor, 66, and the Songbird singer, 66, were styled in complimenting outfits for the event, which will honor Berry Gordy and his first Motown signee, Smokey Robinson.
The pair were extra loved up on the carpet as they posed together for photos, sporting bright smiles, and participated in solo shots as well.
Rita is set to be one of the many artists of the night performing for the honorees.
Tom donned a black suit jacket and pants, with an undershirt and tie.
Power couple: Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson attended the annual MusiCares Person Of The Year event
Looking good: The pair were the epitome of class as they wore complimenting outfits
Next to him, Rita wore a black gown with a sheer slip over it that was decorated with different flowers and pants, all in different shades of pink.
The dress underneath featured a scooped neckline and spaghetti straps, and the sheer top part of the piece went up to her neck and had short sleeves.
Her hair was curled to perfection and left down around her shoulders.
For makeup, she went for a natural visage with a smokey eye.
The beauty also donned several bangles on her wrists, multiple rings in differing sizes, and a pair of red earrings.
Rita has made a name for herself in the music industry, having performed on Broadway, released several albums, been featured on film soundtracks, and sung with legendary artists.
The MusiCares Person of the Year is an annual award presented by MusiCares, The Recording Academy’s charity arm.
The award comes from the same organization that distributes the Grammys and was created to commend musicians for their artistic achievement in the music industry and dedication to philanthropy.
Legend: Tom wore a black suit jacket and pants, with an undershirt and tie in different shades of black
Floral perfection: Rita donned a black gown with a sheer slip over it that was decorated with different flowers and pants, all in different shades of pink
Cuddled up: The Songbird singer is set to perform at the event for the honorees
The 2023 award will be given to two people this year, Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson.
Berry and Smokey are making history by being the first two individuals to have been co-honorees and the oldest person of the year honorees to date.
Smokey Robinson is 82 years old, and Berry Gordon is 93.
The Motown creator will be the first non-artist to receive the honor, as well as the first honoree who has not won a Grammy in competition.
Animated: The 2023 award will be given to two people this year, Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson
All smiles: The beauty has made a name for herself in the music industry, having released several albums, been featured on film soundtracks
Fashionista: The 66-year-old had her hair curled to perfection and left down around her shoulders. For makeup, she went for a natural visage with a smokey eye
The pair are the third and fourth person of the year honorees who are Motown royalty. Stevie Wonder received the honor in 1999. Lionel Richie received it in 2016.
They are the creative partners responsible for a litany of Motown hits while also being philanthropic heavyweights.
Berry and Smokey have supported arts & music programs in schools, helped young people in performing arts, invested in Detroit, Michigan, via the Motown Museum, and uplifted global health and dignity.
They also advocate for the MusiCares MAP Fund, which provides members of the music community access to addiction recovery treatment regardless of their financial situation.
Motown originators: Berry and Smokey are the oldest person of the year honorees to date; Berry Gordy, Marshall Thompson, Mary Wilson and Smokey Robinson at the Jackie Wilson Posthumous Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Ceremony in 2019
Cool guys: The pair are the third and fourth person of the year honorees who are Motown royalty; seen at the Ryan Gordy Foundation Celebrates 60 Years Of Mowtown in 2019
Proceeds from the annual Person of the Year tribute provide essential support for MusiCares, a charity founded by the Recording Academy that ensures music people have a place to turn in times of financial, medical, and personal need.
The performers for the event include Mumford & Sons, Sheryl Crow, John Legend, Brandi Carlile, and The Isley Brothers, among others.
Past honorees for the last 13 years have been Joni Mitchell, Aerosmith, Dolly Parton, Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Carole King, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Barbra Streisand, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, and Aretha Franklin.
Honorees: Berry and Smokey looked spiffy at the MusiCares event