ARIA Awards Prove A Success For Ten (As Kyle Sandilands Uses Hosting Spot To Make Tit Of Himself)

ARIA Awards Prove A Success For Ten (As Kyle Sandilands Uses Hosting Spot To Make Tit Of Himself)
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Ten’s coverage of the ARIA awards last night proved a success as 586,000 viewers tuned in according to the latest OzTam figures. The results showed an increased audience of over 20 per cent on 2015’s figures and its best figures since 2010.

Kicking-off at the earlier time of 7.30pm, the annual music awards night was the tenth most watched show of the evening, however, it still managed to get beaten in the time slot by Seven’s First Dates (663,000 viewers).

Check out the full list of ARIA nominees and winners at the end of this article.

Among highlights of last night’s awards, was a topless performance by The Veronicas, Crowded House’s induction into the ARIA Hall Of Fame, and Kyle Sandilands managing to embarrass co-presenter Sophie Monk when the two handed out the gong for Best Pop Release.

The banter between the two started harmlessly enough when Sandilands asked Monk about her Bardot days (Monk was one of five in the all-girl group who won the reality TV show Popstars in 1999).

Sandilands enquired how many ARIAs Bardot had won, to which Monk replied, “None.”

“Sorry about that,” Sandilands went on, “Ripped off I say … Why don’t you bring the girls back together again?”

However, Sandilands revealed to his radio audience this morning that Monk subsequently ripped into him backstage after their tête-à-tête. Apparently, the members of Bardot all hated each other and no longer kept in contact.

“Sophie went mad at me after that,” Sandilands told co-host Jackie O, his comments reported on News.com.au

“She’s like, ‘Put me on the spot about putting the girls back … we never got on!”

“We all thought they were loving each other,” Sandilands said about the girl group, “I thought they were doing pillow fights.”

Jackie O, who actually judged the series of Popstars where Bardot won, added: “I was in the show and I didn’t even know they hated each other … I wasn’t aware until after.”

2016 ARIA AWARDS PRESENTED BY TELSTRA RECIPIENTS

Telstra Album Of The Year

WINNER: Flume – Skin (Future Classic)

RÜFÜS – Bloom (Sweat It Out/Sony Music)

Sia – This Is Acting (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia)

The Avalanches – Wildflower (Modular/EMI)

Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood (EMI)

Best Male Artist

WINNER: Flume – Skin (Future Classic)

Bernard Fanning – Civil Dusk (Dew Process/Universal Music)

Guy Sebastian – Black & Blue (Sony Music)

Illy – Papercuts (feat. Vera Blue) (Warner Music Australia)

Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood (EMI)

Best Female Artist

WINNER: Sia – This Is Acting (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia)

Delta Goodrem – Wings of the Wild (Sony Music)

Jessica Mauboy – This Ain’t Love (Sony Music)

Montaigne – Glorious Heights (Wonderlick Recording Company)

Sarah Blasko – Eternal Return (EMI)

Best Dance Release

WINNER: Flume – Skin (Future Classic)

Hayden James – Just A Lover (Future Classic)

L D R U – Keeping Score (feat. Paige IV) (Audio Paxx Agency/Sony Music)

RÜFÜS – Bloom (Sweat It Out/Sony Music)

The Avalanches – Wildflower (Modular/EMI)

Best Group

WINNER: Violent Soho – WACO (I Oh You)

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity (Flightless Records/Remote Control Records)

RÜFÜS – Bloom (Sweat It Out/Sony Music)

The Avalanches – Wildflower (Modular/EMI)

The Veronicas – In My Blood (Sony Music)

Breakthrough Artist

WINNER: Montaigne – Glorious Heights (Wonderlick Recording Company)

DMA’S – Hills End (I Oh You)

L D R U – Keeping Score (feat. Paige IV) (Audio Paxx Agency/Sony Music)

Olympia – Self Talk (EMI)

Safia – Make Them Wheels Roll (Warner Music Australia/Parlophone)

Best Pop Release

WINNER: Flume – Never Be Like You (feat. Kai) (Future Classic)

Illy – Papercuts (feat. Vera Blue) (Warner Music Australia)

Sia – This Is Acting (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia)

The Veronicas – In My Blood (Sony Music)

Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood (EMI)

Best Urban Album

WINNER: Drapht – Seven Mirrors (The Ayems/Sony Music)

Citizen Kay – With The People (ASP/MGM)

Koi Child – Koi Child (Pilerats Records)

L-FRESH The LION – Become (Elefant Traks/Inertia)

Urthboy – The Past Beats Inside Me Like A Second Heartbeat (Elefant Traks/Inertia)

Best Independent Release

WINNER: Flume – Skin (Future Classic)

Jarryd James – Thirty One (Dryden Street Limited/Universal Music)

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity (Flightless Records/Remote Control Records)

Sia – This Is Acting (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia)

Violent Soho – WACO (I Oh You)

Best Rock Album

WINNER: Violent Soho – WACO (I Oh You)

Ball Park Music – Every Night The Same Dream (Stop Start Music)

Boy & Bear – Limit Of Love (Boy & Bear/Universal Music)

Gang Of Youths – Let Me Be Clear (Mosy Recordings/Sony Music)

The Living End – Shift (Dew Process/Universal Music)

Best Adult Contemporary Album

WINNER: Bernard Fanning – Civil Dusk (Dew Process/Universal Music)

Bob Evans – Car Boot Sale (EMI)

Paul Kelly – Seven Sonnets & A Song (Gawd Aggie Recordings/Universal Music)

Robert Forster – Songs To Play (EMI)

Tina Arena – Eleven (EMI)

Best Adult Alternative Album

WINNER: Sarah Blasko – Eternal Return (EMI)

Jarryd James – Thirty One (Dryden Street Limited/Universal Music)

Matt Corby – Telluric (Mercury Records Australia/Universal Music)

Peter Garrett – A Version of Now (Sony Music)

The Temper Trap – Thick As Thieves (Liberation Music)

Best Country Album

WINNER: Sara Storer – Silos (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Adam Brand and the Outlaws – Adam Brand and the Outlaws (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Bill Chambers – Cold Trail (Checked Label Services)

Fanny Lumsden – Small Town Big Shot (Social Family Records/Universal Music)

The Wolfe Brothers – This Crazy Life (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album

WINNER: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity (Flightless Records/Remote Control Records)

Hellions – Opera Oblivia (UNFD)

Parkway Drive – Ire (Resist/Cooking Vinyl Australia)

The Amity Affliction – This Could Be Heartbreak (Roadrunner Records)

Twelve Foot Ninja – Outlier (Volkanik/MGM)

Best Blues & Roots Album

WINNER: Russell Morris – Red Dirt Red Heart (Chugg Music/MGM)

Jimmy Barnes – Soul Searchin’ (Liberation Music)

Kev Carmody – Recollections… Reflections… (A Journey) (One Louder Recordings/Universal Music)

The Cat Empire – Rising With The Sun (Two Shoes Records)

The Wilson Pickers – You Can’t Catch Fish From A Train (ABC Music/UMA)

Best Children’s Album

WINNER: The Wiggles – Wiggle Town! (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Justine Clarke – Pyjama Jam! (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Pat Davern – Alexander The Elephant In Zanzibar (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Play School – Famous Friends: Celebrating 50 Years of Play School (ABC Music/Universal Music)

Sam Moran – Play Along With Sam: BEST. DAY. EVER! (6 Degrees Records/MGM)

Best Video

WINNER: Troye Sivan – YOUTH Acoustic (Sydney Session) (EMI)

Courtney Barnett – Elevator Operator (Milk!/Remote Control)

Delta Goodrem – Dear Life (Sony Music)

Flume – Never Be Like You (feat. Kai) (Future Classic)

Guy Sebastian – Black & Blue (Sony Music)

Hilltop Hoods – 1955 (feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum) (Golden Era Records/Universal Music Australia)

Illy – Papercuts (feat. Vera Blue) (Warner Music Australia)

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – People-Vultures (Flightless Records/Remote Control Records)

Sia – Cheap Thrills (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia)

Violent Soho – Like Soda (I Oh You)

Best Australian Live Act

WINNER: Hilltop Hoods – The Restrung Tour (Golden Era Records/Universal Music Australia)

Courtney Barnett – National Theatre Tour (Milk!/Remote Control)

Flume – St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2016 (Future Classic)

Gang Of Youths – Gang Of Youths National Tour (Mosy Recordings/Sony Music)

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity Tour (Flightless Records/Remote Control Records)

RÜFÜS – Bloom Tour (Sweat It Out/Sony Music)

Tame Impala – Australian Tour (Modular/Universal Music)

The Living End – Shift Tour (Dew Process/Universal Music)

Violent Soho – The WACO Tour (I Oh You)

You Am I – Bargain Bin Bon Vivants Tour (The You Am I Set/Inertia)

Apple Music Song of the Year

WINNER: Troye Sivan – Youth (EMI)

Flume – Never Be Like You (feat. Kai) (Future Classic)

Hilltop Hoods – 1955 (feat. Montaigne & Thom Thum) (Golden Era Records/Universal Music Australia)

Illy – Papercuts (feat. Vera Blue) (Warner Music Australia)

Kungs vs. Cookin’ On 3 Burners – This Girl (UNI/UMA)

Keith Urban feat. Carrie Underwood – The Fighter (Capital/EMI)

L D R U – Keeping Score (feat. Paige IV) (Audio Paxx Agency/Sony Music)

Marcus Marr & Chet Faker The Trouble With Us (Detail Records)

Sia – Cheap Thrills (Monkey Puzzle/Inertia)

The Veronicas – In My Blood (Sony Music)

Best International Artist

WINNER: One Direction – Made in the A.M & Four (SYCO/Sony Music Entertainment)

Adele – 25 (XL/Inertia)

Beyonce – Lemonade (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment)

Coldplay – A Head Full Of Dreams (PLG/Warner)

Drake – Views & If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (Universal/Universal Music Australia)

Meghan Trainor – Title & Thank You (Sony Music Entertainment)

Justin Bieber – Purpose (DEF/Universal Music Australia)

Taylor Swift – 1989 (BIG/Universal Music Australia)

twenty one pilots – Blurryface (Atlantic/Warner)

The Weekend – Beauty Behind The Madness (Universal/Universal Music Australia)

2016 Outstanding National Retailer

JB Hi-Fi

2016 Outstanding Independent Retailer

Red Eye Records

2016 Outstanding Digital Service

Spotify

2016 ARIA Industry Icon Award

Sebastian Chase

 

 

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