TV Week Logies  Awards Gets The Thumbs Up For Being The Best Ever

A Red Carpet that goes to the length of four hundred and thirty seven metres has been rolled out for the 57th annual TV Week Logie Awards.
Shelley Craft and Jules Lund once again were the head greeters for the arrivals of all the stars of Australia night of nights.
The fashion this year was a collective range of gowns and had a big selection of designer dresses that displayed low cleavage that looked simply stunning.
One of our picks for the night was to Rebecca Judd for her gorgeous peach coloured J’aton couture gown, but over the miles of dresses you just cant take your eyes off model Megan Gale, Jennifer Hawkins, to even Delta Goodrem.
The males were in force too and swimming legend Ian Thorpe, looked great in a blue trim suit and perfectly styled hair, special mention to Jules Lund and Alex Perry for looking just as spiffy.
Other stunners from the night included Sonia Kruger, Cheyenne Tozzi, Ada Nicodemou, Charlotte Best and Asher Keddie, who rocked stole the show in their gorgeous dresses.
To note the winner of the night who was the favourite to win the Gold Logie Carrie Bickmore. Bickmore looked gorgeous in a silver Paulo Sebastian gown, only six weeks after giving birth. Her acceptance speech at the end of the night was outstanding, as she dedicated her award to supporting Brain Cancer, as she lost her husband to this disease years ago. There was hardly a dry eye in the house and as she pulled out a blue beanie hat, and placed this on her head, asking Australians to wear one today in awareness of how many people this disease kills each year.
The night was considered one of the best ever as to all the changes made this year and being a Live show. The hosts were funny and Dave Hughes was great at opening the night, as was Julia Morris who cracked the room up with forgetting to announce the nominees for most Outstanding Entertainment Program, instead announcing the winner first. Julia, who is a real pro made light of the situation, and The Voice Australia accepted the award with Ricky Martin leaping for Joy!
The entertainment just perfect with Ricky Martin who kicked off the new song album and is touring still got the whole room moving as well as the other guests The Script and Meghan Trainor.

Other notable winners for the night were most outstanding actor and actress Danielle Cormack from Foxtel’s Wentworth and Luke Arnold as to his role for TV on Michael Hutchinson taking home the Logie.
Miranda Tapsell stole the show, collecting two Logies, one for best new talent, and the coveted Graham Kennedy award for most outstanding newcomer. She spoke beautifully about Indigenous Australians in her both her acceptance speeches.
Hamish and Andy hilariously presented for the most popular reality program, cutting the nominees down from 6 to 5 with The Bachelor’s rose ceremony. The hilarious duo presented the award to The Block.
Home and Away hottie Stephen Peacocke won the Logie for the best actor, accepting the award via video from London.
A touching tribute to Richie Benaud, and those lives lost last year, added a sombre yet beautiful touch to the evening.
Devil’s playground won the Logie for most outstanding miniseries, with actor Simon Burke getting emotional discussing his role in the show, and his role in the 1976 film.
The Hall of Fame award inducted Australia’s most famous show, Home and Away, with a fabulous tribute to the role the show has played in Australian history.

2015 TV Week Logie Awards was a fantastic evening, enjoyed by everyone, whether at the event, or watching on the box.

Story by Phoebe Doherty
Caroline Russo

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