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Goss From The Logies!

Who’s Hot And Who’s Not At Australia’s Annual TV Awards

The who’s who of Aussie TV hit the red carpet for the 52nd annual ‘TV Week Logie Awards.’

Among the first to arrive at the bash, held at Melbourne’s Crown Casino Palladium, was MTV’s Ruby Rose, who showed off a new glam hairdo, matched with a Toni Maticevski dress, designed especially for her.

And never one to blend in with the crowd is socialite Brynne Gordon. The wife of millionaire Geoffrey Edelsten, could easily have bagged the worst dressed gong, in an over-the-top red gown that was sewn to her curvy frame.

And from the red carpet to the awards, Hugh Sheriden was the favourite fella for the night, bagging the ‘Silver Logie’ for ‘Most Popular Actor.’

Although he didn’t hang on to his prize for long. The ‘Packed To The Rafters’ star lost his trophy whilst reportedly celebrating a little too hard at the after-party.

The hunky actor, beat favourite Ray Meagher to the poll – but the ‘Home And Away’ legend wasn’t down for long after accepting TV’s highly prestigious ‘Gold Logie’ award.

Meanwhile fellow winner Claudia Karvan, who scooped the gong for ‘Most Outstanding Actress,’ made a boob on the red carpet when she revealed more than she’d hoped whilst leaning forward in a low cut dress whilst posing for photographers.

She later dropped the f-bomb twice whilst accepting her award on stage, later telling reporters, “I’ve obviously drunk too much.”

Entertaining the 1200 crowd on stage was performances from four-time Grammy award winner KD Lang, John Mayer, Gabriella Cilmi and the Rogue Traders.

Check out the full list of winners below…


Ray Meagher, Home and Away (Seven)


Most Popular Actor - Hugh Sheridan, Packed to the Rafters (seven)

Most Popular Actress - Rebecca Gibney, Packed to the Rafters (Seven)

Most Popular Drama - Packed to the Rafters (Seven)

Most Popular Presenter - Shaun Micallef, Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (Ten)

Most Popular Reality Program - MasterChef Australia (Ten)

Most Popular Lifestyle Program - Better Homes and Gardens (Seven)

Most Popular Light Entertainment - Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (Ten)

Most Popular Sports Program - The Footy Show NRL (Nine)

Most Popular Factual Program - Bondi Rescue (Ten)

Most Popular New Male Talent - Luke Mitchell, Home and Away (Seven)

Most Popular New Female Talent - Carrie Bickmore, The 7pm Project (Ten)

Outstanding Children’s Program - My Place (ABC)

Outstanding Factual Program - Law and Disorder (SBS)

Graham Kennedy Award for Outstanding New Talent - Matt Preston, MasterChef Australia (Ten)

Outstanding News Coverage - Victorian Bushfires (Seven)

Outstanding Public Affairs Report - Code of Silence, Four Corners (ABC)

Outstanding Sports Coverage - V8 Supercars: Supercheap Auto Bathurst (Seven)