Nicky Whelan at Elton John's AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Party 

Nicky Whelan was turning heads on Sunday night thanks to her very on-trend dress. 

The Australian actress got on board the recent unicorn trend in a pink, opalescent dress made by Celia Kritharioti at ‘s AIDS Foundation  Party in Los Angeles. 

The 37-year-old’s incredible figure was on display thanks to the gown’s low cut neckline and zubár cinched-in waist. 

Rare as a unicorn! Former Neighbours star Nicky Whelan (pictured) stuns in a low-cut opalescent gown at Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Party 

The satin fabric layered and swished around her feet, reaching floor length for a touch of drama. 

A sheet of skin-toned mesh sat across the blonde beauty’s bust, adding an alluring focal point.  

The actress, who was styled by Joanne Black, carried a black pearl toned clutch purse in her hand. 

Lovely! The 37-year-old’s incredible figure was on display thanks to the gown’s low cut neckline and cinched-in waist

A pair of drop earrings in a gold tone added a touch of retro flair to the modern look. 

Nicky was absolutely glowing, wearing a luminescent highlighter, as well as pink lipstick and winged eyeliner. 

The former soap star wore her flaxen hair back off her face, swept into a delicate up-do.  

Pretty: Nicky was absolutely glowing, wearing a luminescent highlighter, as well as pink lipstick and winged eyeliner

Nicky’s night out comes after she announced she would be starring opposite Bruce Willis in a new movie called Trauma Center.

She shared the big news with her fans on Instagram, writing: ‘New movie Trauma Center alongside the legend Bruce Willis!Very excited!’ 

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On the up: Nicky’s night out comes after she announced she would be starring opposite Bruce Willis in a new movie called Trauma Center