Nepo baby Christian Wilkins finally makes it onto a Hollywood red carpet after vowing to make it big in LA as he joins Delta Goodrem and other Aussie stars at G’day USA Arts Gala

Some of Australia’s biggest and brightest stars stepped out in style for the G’day USA Arts Gala in Los Angeles on Thursday.

However, it was socialite and reality star Christian Wilkins who outshone the A-listers in attendance.

The 28-year-old turned heads in a sheer beige top that showcased his toned physique.

Christian paired the top with black trousers and designer boots, and wore his long blonde hair slicked back.

The rising star, who is the son of entertainment reporter Richard Wilkins, recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. 

Socialite and reality star Christian Wilkins who outshone the A-listers in attendance at the G’day USA Arts Gala in Los Angeles on Thursday

Bringing some real celebrity factor to the red carpet was singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem.

The 39-year-old was the epitome of elegance in a black gown that consisted of a leather top and a dramatic skirt. 

Also bringing their A-game was glamorous soprano Amy Manford.

Bringing some real celebrity factor to the red carpet was singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem

Bringing some real celebrity factor to the red carpet was singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem

The 39-year-old was the epitome of elegance in a black gown that consisted of a leather top and a dramatic skirt

The 39-year-old was the epitome of elegance in a black gown that consisted of a leather top and a dramatic skirt

Delta posed alongside Australian actress Samara Weaving, who shot to fame on Home and Away

Delta posed alongside Australian actress Samara Weaving, who shot to fame on Home and Away

The 30-year-old looked sensational in a floor-length orange gown that was bejewelled with crystals.

Her blonde hair was tied back in a loose ponytail with two strands that framed her perfect face. 

Amy has been dubbed ‘Australia’s hottest opera singer’ and boasts 171,000 followers on Instagram.

Also bringing their A-game to the event was glamorous soprano Amy Manford

Also bringing their A-game to the event was glamorous soprano Amy Manford

Her blonde hair was tied back in a loose ponytail with two strands that framed her perfect face

Her blonde hair was tied back in a loose ponytail with two strands that framed her perfect face

Australian actress Samara Weaving turned heads in a tight black cocktail frock that clung to her figure.

She kept the look simple yet stunning in black stockings and matching stilettos.

Her bombshell blonde locks were swept the side and she kept her makeup natural and beautiful with a coral lipstick. 

Aussie actress Samara turned heads in a tight black cocktail frock that clung to her figure

Aussie actress Samara turned heads in a tight black cocktail frock that clung to her figure

The stunning 31-year-old flashed a pearly white smile and posed by the media wall

The stunning 31-year-old flashed a pearly white smile and posed by the media wall

Country singer Morgan Evans looked handsome as always in black jeans, a T-shirt, and a trendy orange blazer. 

His hair was loose and shaggy and he opted not to shave his face.

The Day Drunk hitmaker ended up performing on stage at the star-studded event once he was done posing for photos.  

Country singer Morgan Evans looked handsome as always in black jeans, a T-shirt, and a trendy orange blazer

Country singer Morgan Evans looked handsome as always in black jeans, a T-shirt, and a trendy orange blazer

The Day Drunk hitmaker ended up performing on stage at the star-studded event once he was done posing for photos

The Day Drunk hitmaker ended up performing on stage at the star-studded event once he was done posing for photos

It wasn’t only Australian stars who lit up the red carpet at the glitzy gala.

Kelly Rowland was an absolute vision in a semi-sheer black dress that provided glimpses of her flawless figure.

The Destiny’s Child hitmaker is quite successful Down Under thanks to her four seasons as a mentor on The Voice Australia.  

Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause beamed as she posed alongside her Aussie wife, singer Georgia ‘G Flip’ Flipo. 

Stause, 42, stunned in a pinkish beige halterneck dress with a floral embellishment on the décolletage.

Kelly Rowland was an absolute vision in a semi-sheer black dress that provided glimpses of her flawless figure

Kelly Rowland was an absolute vision in a semi-sheer black dress that provided glimpses of her flawless figure

Kelly posed alongside Delta Goodrem. The pair previously worked together on The Voice Australia

Kelly posed alongside Delta Goodrem. The pair previously worked together on The Voice Australia 

She accessorised with a matching bucket purse and allowed her ombre locks to tumble around her shoulders.  

G Flip also dressed for the occasion, and wore a pair of black, high-waisted trousers as well as a black, bandeau top.

The Killing My Time performer layered the outfit with a cropped blazer that they chose to leave unbuttoned at the front.

The singer slipped into a pair of sleek loafers and also added a pair of black shades that offered a fashionable flare.

Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause beamed as she posed alongside her Aussie girlfriend, singer Georgia 'G Flip' Flipo

Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause beamed as she posed alongside her Aussie girlfriend, singer Georgia ‘G Flip’ Flipo

Stause, 42, stunned in a pinkish beige halterneck dress with a floral embellishment on the décolletage

Stause, 42, stunned in a pinkish beige halterneck dress with a floral embellishment on the décolletage

G Flip opted for a silver-chained necklace, as well as dangly earrings and silver bracelets to accessorize the ensemble. The star also added a few flashy rings to complete the look.

The star-studded gala was put on by the American Australian Association and ‘showcases an optimistic community of creators, built on two decades of energetic exchange,’ per the official website.

‘Funds raised from the event will support the American Australian Association and its Arts Fund, allowing the next generation of trailblazers to soar.’

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk