Golden Globes: The Crown star Elizabeth Debicki channels Marilyn Monroe in a floor-length pink gown

The Crown star Elizabeth Debicki channels Marilyn Monroe in a floor-length pink gown as she arrives on the Golden Globes red carpet

She famously plays Princess Diana in The Crown.

But Elizabeth Debicki channelled another fashion icon on Tuesday as she arrived at the Golden Globe Awards in a Marilyn Monroe-inspired gown.

The Australian actress, 32, appeared to take inspiration from Marilyn’s look in Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend as she sashayed down the red carpet in a floor-length pink gown with a sparkling diamond necklace.

She famously plays Princess Diana in The Crown, but Elizabeth Debicki channelled another style icon on Tuesday as she arrived at the Golden Globes in a Marilyn Monroe-inspired gown

She famously plays Princess Diana in The Crown, but Elizabeth Debicki channelled another style icon on Tuesday as she arrived at the Golden Globes in a Marilyn Monroe-inspired gown

The Great Gatsby star enhanced her natural beauty with heavy eye makeup, including eyelash extensions and a sparkling powder shadow.

Her pink dress was cut off at the shoulder and cinched under the chest, drawing attention to Elizabeth’s slender frame.

The Golden Globes is being held once again at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles following a one-year break from screens amid controversy over ethical lapses and a lack of diversity.

Now the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the Globes, is seeking a prime-time comeback.

The Great Gatsby star enhanced her natural beauty with heavy eye makeup, including eyelash extensions and a sparkling powder shadow

Her pink dress was cut off at the shoulder and cinched under the chest, drawing attention to Elizabeth's slender frame

The Great Gatsby star enhanced her natural beauty with heavy eye makeup, including eyelash extensions and a sparkling powder shadow 

The Golden Globes is being held once again at The Beverly Hilton hotel in LA following a one year break from screens amid controversy over ethical lapses and a lack of diversity

The Golden Globes is being held once again at The Beverly Hilton hotel in LA following a one year break from screens amid controversy over ethical lapses and a lack of diversity 

Elizabeth was nominated for her role as Princess Diana in The Crown, while Jonathan Pryce was nominated for his role as Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.

Yellowstone finally made the list of nominees after repeated snubs from the film and TV industry, with a Best Actor in a Drama Series nomination for star Kevin Costner.

The Banshees of Inisherin starring Colin Farrell won the most nominations – eight – while Everything Everywhere All At Once won six.

Elizabeth was nominated for her role as Princess Diana in The Crown, while Jonathan Pryce was nominated for his role as Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh

Elizabeth was nominated for her role as Princess Diana in The Crown, while Jonathan Pryce was nominated for his role as Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh 

Elvis, Avatar: The Way of Water and Top Gun: Maverick were all nominated for Best Picture, while The Crown won an array of nominations.

The White Lotus swept the Limited Series categories, with Jennifer Coolidge and Aubrey Plaza winning nominations for Best Supporting Actresses.

Brendan Fraser was nominated for Best Actor for his role in The Whale; however, he previously vowed to boycott the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

He previously accused Philip Berk, the now-banned former HFPA president who once described BLM as a ‘hate movement’, of groping him at a luncheon.

The 2023 awards marks a return to air for the embattled HPFA since it overhauled its organisation following a racism row in 2021.

The scandal erupted in 2021 when it emerged there were no black members among the 87-person association.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler called out the association live during their 2021 opening monologue in February of that year.

The 2023 awards marks a return to air for the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA) since it overhauled its organisation following a racism row in 2021

The 2023 awards marks a return to air for the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA) since it overhauled its organisation following a racism row in 2021 

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