Australian acting royalty Nicole Kidman and rising star Sarah Snook have been nominated for Golden Globe Awards following a stellar year of on-screen performances.
Nicole earned herself a nomination Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for her new film Being the Ricardos, based on the life of acting legend Lucille Ball.
Sarah is in the running to win a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her portrayal of media heiress Shiv Roy on the hit HBO drama series Succession.
The 34-year-old has earnt critical acclaim for her portrayal of Shiv, the ruthlessly determined and sharp-tongued daughter of media tycoon Logan Roy, but this is her first Golden Globe nomination.
She's been nominated for an Emmy for her work on the HBO series, and won herself two AACTA Awards for her roles in The Dressmaker and Predestination.
Meanwhile, Hollywood heavyweight Nicole has won four Golden Globes throughout her lucrative career, most recently in 2018 for her role in Big Little Lies.
Nicole recently opened up playing Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos, saying she jumped in head first to the project.
The film, also starring Javier Bardem, follows Hollywood power couple Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz face a series of personal and professional crises that threaten their careers, their relationship and their hit TV show.
"When the reality of playing (Lucille) hit me, I went, 'what have I said yes to?' To which I then went, 'Oh no, I'm not right. Everyone thinks I'm not right, so I'm going to try to sidestep this," she told Live with Kelly and Ryan.
It's been widely predicted that Nicole could earn herself an Academy Award for the lucrative role of Lucille, who starred in I Love Lucy in the '50s.
"I am actually glad I didn't realise, as it is with anything in life it is better not to know ahead of time what you are going into," she said.
Among the other Aussie stars to receive recognition ahead of the 2022 Golden Globes is up-and-coming actor Kodi Smit-McPhee, who is up for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for the western film The Power of the Dog.
British star Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for Best Actor for his portrayal of a cowboy in the same film.
Going up against Nicole for Best Actress is Olivia Coleman for her role in the adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel The Lost Daughter.
Also vying for the Golden Globe in the same category is Kristen Stewart, for her portrayal of Princess Diana in Spencer, Jessica Chastain for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, and Lady Gaga in Ridley Scott's true crime, House of Gucci.