Selena Gomez didn’t need a wind machine to create her real-life Marilyn Monroe moment on Sunday’s 2024 Golden Globes red carpet — she had nature on her side

Selena Gomez didn’t need a wind machine to create her real-life Marilyn Monroe moment on Sunday’s 2024 Golden Globes red carpet — she had nature on her side.

Gomez, who was nominated for best performance by a female actor in a television series, comedy or musical, for her role of Mabel Mora in Only Murders in the Building, walked the red carpet in a gorgeous red dress from Giorgio Armani.

The design was impressive all on its own thanks to its asymmetrical hemline and black accents including cutouts down the front that were accented with rosettes, along with a black lining that peeked out underneath the skirt, but the uncharacteristically windy weather in Los Angeles added a whole new level of drama to the multi-hyphenate’s vibrant look.

During her walk down the red carpet, Gomez stopped to pose for photos at which point one photographer can be heard telling her to “work the wind” in a video shared by Vogue on Instagram. The “Single Soon” singer smiled as the wind caught her hemline leading to her embracing her Marilyn moment as her dress billowed up around her knees as she demurely attempted to hold it in place.