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Bindi Irwin, 15, looks glam, grown up in short, floral dress at AACTA Awards in Sydney

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Us WeeklyThey grow up so fast! Bindi Irwin, the 15-year-old daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, was nearly unrecognizable when she hit the red carpet at the Australian Academy Cinema Television Arts (AACTA) Awards in Sydney on Thursday, Jan. 30.PHOTOS: Kid stars all grown upThe Australia Zoo conservationist, who turns 16 in July, looked all grown up and glam in a short, black-and-white floral dress, which she paired with black motorcycle boots. Her long blonde hair hung in waves past her shoulders, and she had on just a hint of shimmery eye shadow.PHOTOS: Hollywood kids, then and nowBindi has matured into quite an impressive young lady in recent years. After her father's September 2006 death -- he died at age 44 when he was pierced in the chest by a sting ray -- she took on his legacy as her own, venturing into TV, movies, and conservation efforts. (She previously appeared on her dad's show, The Crocodile Hunter.)PHOTOS: Stars gone too soonIn 2010, she appeared in the straight-to-DVD release "Free Willy: Escape From Pirate's Cove," followed by 2013's "Return to Nim's Island." She also starred in her own TV show, "Bindi: The Jungle Girl", and co-created a "Bindi Wildlife Adventures" book series.Keep clicking to read more and for more pics of Bindi Irwin
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