The Golden Globes are taking place at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles and a number of Aussies are up for a coveted award.
The awards ceremony wasn't broadcast in 2022 after scandal pushed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to take the award show off TV. Many stars and studios claimed they would boycott the show following allegations against the HFPA, including alleged unethical business dealings and lack of diversity.
Finally, the Golden Globes are back in full swing and we’ll be bringing you the incredible looks below.
Margot, who is nominated for her role in Babylon, seemed to reference her upcoming role in Barbie on the red carpet. The Aussie actress stunned in a sparkling pink halterneck gown with her bronde hair framing her face.
The two-time Golden Globe nominee was snubbed last year for her role as Tanya McQuoid in The White Lotus, but is a favourite to win for her role in season two this year. Jennifer dazzled in a tight black off-the-shoulder gown with full-length sleeves.
Austin looked suave as he rocked a classic black tux and matching bowtie. The American actor is nominated for the musical biopic Elvis, which was shot in Australia and directed by Aussie Baz Luhrmann.
Selena turned heads on the red carpet in a plunging black gown with billowing purple sleeves trailing behind her. The singer and actress is nominated for her first Golden Globe award for her role in Only Murders in the Building.
Jessica sparkled on the red carpet in a cobwebbed Oscar de la Renta gown with her hair pinned back. The actress is nominated for her eighth Golden Globe award this year with her role in the miniseries George & Tammy.
Jenna's Wednesday character is famous for her dark side and wears goth fashion, but the actress chose a brighter look for the award show. Her ethereal light brown gown was held together by two small metal rings at the front, leaving parts of her body bare. She left her hair loose and her dramatic winged eyeliner finished off the look.
Viola Davis brought a pop of blue to the red carpet, wearing a stunning one-shoulder gown styled with diamond accessories. The seven-time Golden Globe nominee is up for Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) for her leading role in the film The Woman King.
The comedy actor will be presented with the Golden Globes’ lifetime achievement award tonight, also known as the Cecil B. DeMille Award. He went with a classic black suit and navy shirt and did away with a tie for a laid-back look.
Ana de Armas
The Knives Out actress is one of the event’s top nominees for her role as Marilyn Monroe in Blonde. She wore a strapless black bedazzled gown with her brunette hair framing her face.
Angela Bassett brought old Hollywood glamour to the red carpet, wearing a classy high-neck silver gown with her black hair styled in a short ‘do. The actress received a nomination for her role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Julia Garner is up for two separate acting awards tonight, Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series for her role as Ruth Langmore in Ozark’s final season, and Best Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture for playing the title role in Inventing Anna.
She transformed for her appearance on the red carpet, trading her usual curly long locks for a straight, short pixie cut. She wore a pink bustier dress with delicate diamanté straps which cascaded to the ground in a series of ruffles.
The three-time Golden Globe-nominated star will be hoping to finally secure a win tonight for his series Pose, which depicts New York City’s ballroom culture. Not one to shy away from unique fashion choices, Billy wore a jaw-dropping fuchsia floor-length suit dress with a long train. He let his silver platform shoes peek out from underneath as he worked the cameras.
Elizabeth Debicki, who is one of the many Australians nominated today, wore an off-the-shoulder satin pink gown. The Crown is one of the most nominated series this year with four nods.
The Big Bang Theory star proudly cradled her baby bump while posing on arrival. Her lavender floor-length gown with spaghetti-tied straps flattered the star’s figure, with a diamanté detail sitting just under her bust.
Michelle Yeoh has finally been recognised with her first Golden Globe nomination for Everything Everywhere All At Once and the star chose an elegant look for the red carpet. Wearing a sparkly peplum-styled dress that hit the floor, she chose to push her hair to one side and accessorised with diamond jewellery.
Salma Hayek showed off her figure in a tight 1920s-styled bustier gown. The Latina star’s dress was covered in swathes of draping diamanté details and boasted a black statement strap.
Lily James showed off her figure in a bright red gown that hugged her bust with some cheeky cutouts below. She had a full skirt with dramatic swathes of fabric reaching the floor from her midriff.
The seven-time Golden Globe-nominated actress wore a ruffled asymmetrical cream-coloured dress with a short train. Michelle’s up for one of the biggest awards of the night, Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama), for her role in The Fabelmans.
Anya Taylor-Joy, whose nominated for her role in The Menu, wore a yellow strapless bralette with a matching skirt. She paired the bright two-piece outfit with silver and gold accessories and styled her long blonde hair with one side over her shoulder.
The 48-year-old proudly showed off her baby bump on the red carpet in an elegant green dress with a classy split at the front. She wore pointy black heels which matched the dramatic, black ties that fell from her shoulders.
Claire Danes tried a different style out on the carpet, wearing a white textured dress with a large pink satin bow at the front. It hung to the floor with a white fringe.
Gigi Paris and Glenn Powell
Top Gun star Glenn Powell proudly walked the red carpet with his model girlfriend Gigi Paris, opting for a classic black tux. Gigi stole the show, wearing a daring gold see-through dress with delicate straps.
Jamie Lee Curtis
The original Scream Queen rocked the red carpet in support of Everything Everywhere All At Once, and she looked incredible in an all-black number. She covered her black jumpsuit with a detailed lace cape and accessorised with two silver bangles.
Daisy Edgar-Jones wowed in a lacy gothic-style corseted black dress. The Where The Crawdads Sing star is nominated for her supporting role in the miniseries Under the Banner of Heaven.
The model and TV personality took a huge fashion risk, appearing in a skin-tight dress with sparkly silver details and strappy stilettos. The purple and white sash-like feather accents made her stand out when she arrived.
Eddie Redmayne made his mark on the red carpet in a chocolate brown Valentino suit with a large flower pin. The British actor is nominated for the third Golden Globe award of his career for his supporting role in The Good Nurse.
The blonde beauty was snubbed for her role in Better Call Saul once again, but she walked the carpet to support the Breaking Bad spinoff's final season. She pulled off a sheer sequinned black gown with floral details appearing across the fabric.
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