Australian celebrities were out in force to show their support for the 38th annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
Leading the stars in the glittery festivities was singer and Home And Actress Samantha Jade who channelled Marilyn Monroe for the Saturday event, affectionately known as ‘gay Christmas’.
Taking to Instagram, the Firestarter singer shared a picture of herself blowing a kiss at the camera in a curly platinum blonde wig which was styled in the same iconic do as the famous fifties actress.
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Blowing a kiss: Samantha Jade channels Marilyn Monroe for her star studded appearance at the 38th Annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade
Keeping in character, the 28-year-old sported a red dress with intricate beading and a plunging neckline, treating admirers to a glimpse of her cleavage.
The X-Factor Australia 2012 winner was polished to perfection with professionally-applied highlighter and impeccable contouring intensifying her facial features.
She also applied a layer of red lipstick onto her plump lips – matching the intensity of the figure-hugging gown.
‘Getting Mardi Gras ready…Thank you glam team,’ she captioned the post which was uploaded ahead of her appearance on The Star Sydney float.
Professional poser: The beaming Fiona Falkiner couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she posed with a group of shirtless men wearing long black antlers on top of their heads, face paint, tight black shorts and suspenders
Next to make a starring appearance at the parade was the Biggest Loser host Fiona Falkiner.
The beaming beauty couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she posed with a group of shirtless men wearing long black antlers on top of their heads, face paint, tight black shorts and suspenders.
The eHarmony ambassador, who is on a mission to find Mr. Right, flaunted her curvaceous figure in a denim button-up shirt and a thigh-skimming black skirt.
The 33-year-old kept her makeup simple, while leaving her thick blonde locks out and straight.
She accessorised the casual outfit with a gold necklace, a watch, beaded bracelet and a pair of sunglasses which she hung to her shirt.
She captioned the photo uploaded to the photo sharing site: ‘Happy Mardi Gras Sydney.’
Crowded: Sophie Monk shares a video showing the intensity of the crowd at the annual parade
Sophie Monk, 36, posted a nine-second video to her Instagram showing the intensity of the screaming Mardi Gras crowd.
So much so, the Australia’s Got Talent judge needed a police officer to escort her through the masses which had lined the streets hoping to sneak a peek of the floats that buzzed by.
‘Thank you Sydney police for helping this chicken cross the road. Mardi Gras was insane,’ she wrote next to the short video, adding: ‘Crowd was intense.’
Stunning attire: Delta Goodrem dazzled in a sequin body suit, which also features an oversized collared and intricate jewels.
Meanwhile, Delta Goodrem dazzled in a sequin bodysuit with an oversized collar.
The Born To Try singer styled her long blonde locks into waves, while enhancing her facial features with makeup.
The 31-year-old, who is in the process of writing and recording her fifth album, took to the stage at the star studded event.
Great supporter: Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux marched in the parade with her step son Luke Wolfe in support of OUT: LGBT Alliance.
Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux marched in the parade with her step son Luke Wolfe in support of OUT: LGBT Alliance.
Gamble stunned in a blue outfit as a way of highlighting her support for depression and anxiety support charity Beyond Blue.
She accessorised the look with a gold and jewel encrusted crown and a matching necklace.
‘I’ll be wearing my six-inch heels up Oxford St,’ the reality TV starlet told the Daily Telegraph ahead of the popular event.
‘I live in high heels, it’s not a problem. I walk at least five kilometres a day in my heels’, she added.
On Wednesday Luke took to social media to gush about his and Gamble’s appearance at the event.
‘So excited for our big gay family holiday to @sydneymardigras happy to be marching with @beyondblueofficial thanks to @universalpicsau @foxtel @arenatv and @matchbox_pictures see you soon Sydney,’ he posted.
Gamble stunned in a blue outfit as a way of highlighting her support for depression and anxiety support charity Beyond Blue