Winner of 2022 Gold Logie announced
Hamish Blake has been announced as the 2022 Gold Logie winner, the first in two years after the event was cancelled due to Covid.
It is the second Gold Logie for the LEGO Masters host after he won the accolade in 2012.
He cleaned up during year's ceremony, with LEGO Masters taking home Most Outstanding Entertainment or Comedy Program and Hamish being named the Most Popular Presenter.
All Logie Award winners announced
TV's night of nights has now wrapped up and we've gathered a list of all the Logie winners below:
Most Outstanding Entertainment or Comedy Program – LEGO Masters
Most Popular Drama Program – Home and Away
Most Popular Lifestyle Program – Travel Guides
Most Popular Reality Program – MasterChef Australia
Most Outstanding Sports Coverage – Olympic and Paralympics Games Tokyo 2020 (Seven Network)
Most Popular Comedy Program – Have You Been Paying Attention
Most Outstanding Reality Program – I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!
Most Popular Australian Actor or Actress in an International Program – Jacki Weaver (Yellowstone)
Bert Newton Award – Most Popular Presenter – Hamish Blake
Most Popular Actress – Kitty Flanagan
Most Popular Panel of Current Affairs Program – The Project
Graham Kennedy Award – Most Popular New Talent – Tony Armstrong
Most Popular Actor – Guy Pearce
Most Outstanding Children's Program – Bluey
Most Popular Entertainment Program – Gogglebox Australia
Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie – Fires
Most Outstanding Supporting Actor – Colin Friels
Most Outstanding Supporting Actress – Heather Mitchell
Most Outstanding Factual or Documentary Program – Incarceration Nation
Most Outstanding News Coverage or Public Affairs Report – The Project – Brittany Higgins Interview
Most Outstanding Actress – Anna Torv
Most Outstanding Actor – Richard Roxburgh
Most Outstanding Drama Series – The Newsreader
ABC presenter humbled by Logie win
10pm: Tony Armstrong has had a humble response after winning the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent.
In a video uploaded to Twitter following his win, he said he was "overwhelmed".
"Clearly a lot of people voted, so it's a really nice feeling, I feel warm and fuzzy," he said.
ABC News Breakfast host Michael Rowland also shared his congratulations on Twitter.
"So proud and so happy for him," he tweeted.
"Tony Armstrong is a winner already for being the first Logies presenter to make an Acknowledgment of Country."
A few words from the man of the hour…
Congratulations, @Tonaaayy_! #Logies2022 🎉 pic.twitter.com/9PjZXJqmau
— News Breakfast (@BreakfastNews) June 19, 2022
Patti Newton's emotional Logies confession
8.55pm: Patti Newton has spoken of the love the has for her late husband Bert as she admitted she did not think she would be able to address the Logies audience.
"What am I going to do without him?" she started her speech.
"I actually didn't think I was going to be able to do this tonight, because it is still very raw and I will never get over him not being here. But I know he is with me, and he is inside me."
Pointing to her diamond-encrusted necklace that spelt out 'Bert', she said she would wear it forever.
She said Bert loved the Logies, and added she was "very blessed" Bert chose to spend his life with her.
Gold Logie 'cheating scandal' revealed
8.10pm: Hamish Blake and Andy Lee have revealed a Gold Logie 'cheating scandal' in a hilarious swipe at Today host Karl Stefanovic.
While presenting an award at the Logies, the comedic duo spoke of how the Logie votes cannot be rigged as Australians can only vote once as it's tied to your phone number.
But in a hilarious skit, Hamish and Andy called on a young boy Oliver who claimed he had been sitting in a room forced to vote repeatedly for one of the nominees.
"Oliver, who is the person who made you do this?" Hamish and Andy asked, before Oliver claimed it was Karl.
Hamish and Andy asked how many votes he was forced to send in, to which he replied "thousands".
"It's unbelievable. And irrefutable. Mostly unbelievable" the duo joked, before asking Oliver what should happen.
"They should take a few thousand votes from Karl and give them to one of the others," he said.
Julia Morris' savage jab at Gold Logie nominee
7.50pm: Julia Morris has opened the 2022 Logies ceremony with a brutal jab at fellow Gold Logie nominee Tom Gleeson.
Pointing out it was a woman's turn to win the main accolade, Julia Morris said Ray Meagher, Karl Stefanovic and Hamish Blake had won the award before.
However, when adding Tom had also won the Logie, she said: "And of course we are not legally allowed to talk about when Tom Gleeson won the Logies."
She was referring to when he was awarded the Logie in 2019 and mocked the awards mercilessly in his acceptance speech.
Tom was stone-faced as the camera cut to him during Julia's sledge.
Logies 'bittersweet' for Neighbours star
7.30pm: Neighbours star April Rose Pengilly has told Yahoo Lifestyle the Logies are "bittersweet" after the long-running Australia soap prepares to air its last episode in August.
“It’s really exciting. It’s a bit bittersweet because the Neighbours crew are here for the last time all together as the show’s just wrapped up, but we’re really excited to celebrate together," she said.
“It was really sad, but we really are a family, the cast and crew. Some of the crew have been there for like 40 years and there’s so much history in that building. So it was very emotional but also really beautiful."
Anthony Callea reveals most hated TV experience
7.15pm: Appearing on the Logies red carpet, the former Australian Idol contestant has revealed appearing on Celebrity Apprentice last year was his most hated television experience.
"That was one of the worst TV experiences of my life," he told Yahoo Lifestyle on the red carpet.
"Go through the process and then you'll find out [why]."
Anthony added there were no more reality TV shows he could do, and said he would not go back on Idol given the chance.
"God no. I'm too old for that s**t. Don't let this botox face fool you," he said.
Carrie Bickmore's 'adorable' Logies throwback
7.00pm: To celebrate the return of the Logies after two years, The Project's Carrie Bickmore has posted an adorable throwback photo from when she attended the award ceremony in 2018.
The Project host has temporarily relocated to the UK with her family and is not attending this year's awards, but has paid recognition from afar.
In a photo posted to Instagram, Carrie's daughter can be seen watching the host on the television as the arrives on the 2018 red carpet.
"Still one of my favourite photos ever," the host wrote.
Fans' hearts were melted by the snap, with one saying it was "adorable".
"Gorgeous," one commented.
"It's delightful," another said.
Patti Newton's touching gesture to late husband
6.50pm: Bert Newton's wife has made a touching addition to her Logies outfit with a diamond 'Bert' necklace.
Patti has attended the Logies for the first time since the TV legend died in October last year.
This year a new award has been established in dedication to Bert, the Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter.
“Bert is with me tonight, he’s close to my heart and I know he’ll help me out. Hopefully he pops some words in my head because I’m bloody terrified," she said, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
Chrissie Swan stuns as celebs arrive
6.25pm: The Project's Chrissie Swan looks absolutely gorgeous in her black gown as she graces the Logies red carpet.
She is one of many celebrities to arrive, with The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield dressed in a silver diamonte-studded dress, accessorised with a feathered cape.
7.30 host Leigh Sales has donned a glamorous orange off-shoulder gown while Neighbours actress April Rose Pengilly has stunned in a pink strapless dress with a bejewelled bodice and feathered skirt.
Gold Logie nominee's hilarious outfit jab
6pm: Gold Logie nominee Tom Gleeson has made a hilarious jab about his Logies suit.
Posting a photo of him and his wife Ellie Parker on the red carpet, Tom thanked Annette of Melbourne for dressing her.
Holding his hand to his lip in a 'shush' gesture, Tom said: "I bought my suit, so no mentions for you Calibre!"
Fans were however wowed by his wife's outfit.
"She's truly beautiful," one said.
Big thank you to Annette of Melbourne for dressing my beautiful wife. I bought my suit, so no mentions for you Calibre! #TVWEEKLogies pic.twitter.com/jOuV0DaICr
— Tom Gleeson (@nonstoptom) June 19, 2022
Home and Away star reveals 'daunting' part of Logies
5.40pm: Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou has revealed her gorgeous green Logies gown as she is up for the Most Popular Actress category at this year's awards.
Speaking to Yahoo Lifestyle, Ada said she found the red carpet daunting.
“Walking down the red carpet [is] pretty daunting. Even though I’ve been doing this, I don’t know how many Logies I’ve gone to, I’m gonna say 20 to 30, you never get comfortable with the red carpet. There’s so many cameras, and people calling out your name, and you want to go and talk to the fans,” she explains.
“I started thinking about my dress probably a month before the nominations even came out.
“I love thinking about the dress, the shoes, makeup and the hair, I love getting glammed up.”
MAFS star stuns fans with Logies outfit
5pm: Married At First Sight star Domenica Calarco has wowed fans with her gorgeous white Logies jumpsuit.
Posting a photo of her completed look on Instagram, Dom showed off her cutout jumpsuit from Australian designer Lillian Khallouf.
"Stunning," one commented.
"You are divine," another said.
"Incredible," a third added.
MAFS is getting a look in this year, with sexologist Alessandra Rampolla up for the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent.
Who will win the Gold Logie?
4.30pm: Our predictions are in as to who will win the Gold Logie this year. The battle is on between Karl Stefanovic, Sonia Kruger, Hamish Blake, Melissa Leong, Tom Gleeson, Julia Morris and Ray Meagher.
Sonia says it's high time a woman won it this year and believes she deserves it. But time will tell.
Hamish Blake is strongly tipped to take out Aussie TV's highest honour and is likely to win without the help of any funny tactics, recently telling TV Tonight, "If you have to be cajoled into voting for someone's popularity, then I'm not sure they're that popular!"
The success of Blake's show Lego Masters, speaks to his popularity, as does his 1.2 million-strong following on Instagram and the fact that his Hamish and Andy podcast consistently ranks in Apple Podcasts' top 10 in Australia.
SportsBet has given the comedian runaway $1.40 odds, with the next placed nominee Melissa Leong, placed at $6.
Sonia Kruger comes in next at $8.50, followed by Karl at $13.
You can vote up until the end of the red carpet here.
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