The Emmy Awards are taking place at the Microsoft Theatre in downtown Los Angeles and a number of Aussies are up for a coveted award.
The awards ceremony was held virtually in 2020, and the following year was plagued by technological glitches as Zoom was used for many acceptance speeches.
Finally, the Emmys are back in full swing and we’ll be bringing you the incredible looks below.
The Hacks star proudly wore a completely see-through dress, finished with one floral detail in the middle.
The two-time Emmy winner is up for two nominations tonight, for both Inventing Anna and the final season of Ozark. Appearing in a dark velvet Gucci dress with floral detail, fans were baffled by the diamond cut-out on her stomach.
“I’m disconcerted that the, um, diamond seems to be off centre,” a fan wrote, while another branded it as “terrible”.
The Emmy-nominated Euphoria star is known for her dramatic red carpet looks, and she didn’t disappoint. Choosing a black strapless Valentino gown, the young star stunned in the corset bodice. The full skirt flowed down onto the red carpet with an old Hollywood glamour feel.
The Flight Attendant’s Kaley Cuoco didn’t play it safe this year, choosing a pink dress with a bodice covered with fabric flowers. The front of the dress mimics a tutu-styled skirt, but the back layers of tulle hang to the floor.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
The power couple looked at home on the red carpet, with Chrissy proudly showing off her baby bump. John opted for a completely white suit paired with a large black bowtie, while Chrissy dazzled in a tight pink patterned gown.
Fans went wild for Killing Eve's Sandra Oh after she arrived in a striking purple jumpsuit. The Rodarte outfit had a plunging neckline and sequined high waisted-pants. The 2022 Emmy-nominated actress finished the look off with a sparkling purple blazer resting loosely on her shoulders.
The Dropout star Amanda Seyfried donned a strapless Armani Privé gown for the big night. The outfit was covered with crystals and finished with a subtle tulle detail at the top.
The Morning Show star chose a dark blue dress with shimmering details to accentuate her figure. She kept her accessories light, opting for just a simple necklace to compliment the strapless cut.
Hannah Waddingham went for a fairytale look, with a tight corset pink bodice transforming into a full tulle skirt.
Laura Linney went for a high-necked dress that had multiple ruffled tiers. Keeping her colour scheme simple, the black and white dress certainly stood out.
The award-winning actress went for a risky look with a deep plunging neckline. Her gown was covered with delicate beaded floral accents and paired with a simple jewelled necklace.
First-time Emmy nominee Jung Ho-yeon showed off her svelte figure, opting for a patterned dress with a high side split and spaghetti straps. The Squid Game star finished her look off with strappy black heels and natural makeup.
Pam and Tommy star Lily James worked with her stylist to find the perfect '2000 silhouette' for the Emmys. The actress told People and EW on the red carpet that the dress was custom-made for her before describing it as 'heaven'.
The Ugly Betty and Hacks star went all out for the red carpet and dyed his hair bright red. He wore a sophisticated tuxedo with extra long tails.
The breakout star from The Prom and West Side Story made an entrance as she flung her pale pink dress into the air. Her outfit featured a ruched side detail and sparkling stilettos.
American comedian Emily Heller baffled with her choice of attire. Chosing to wear a 'kick me' sign on her back and accessorising with toilet paper stuck to her shoe, the star looked less than glamorous.
The most nominated series this year is Succession, with a total of 14 Emmy nominations — including Outstanding Drama Series.
Australia’s homegrown star Sarah Snook has been nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Shiv Roy in Succession.
Fellow Aussie Murray Bartlett is also nominated for The White Lotus, and Toni Colette is up for an award for The Staircase.
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