Within just a couple of days, the tally of votes cast on the 30 Under 30 People’s Choice Awards has more than doubled to over 11,000 votes.
But still standing at the top of the list of the industry’s favourite under-30s is Katie Morris from The Royals, alongside a top 10 of adlanders all with votes in triple figures.
Here’s who leads the way, in the top 10 for the 30 Under 30 People’s Choice Awards (so far).
30 Under 30 People’s Choice Awards Top 10
|Name||Votes (so far)|
|Katie Morris – The Royals||419|
|Akib Hasan – Verizon Media||329|
|Jade Karam – 10 ViacomCBS||319|
|Thomas Grainger – TikTok||318|
|Balraj Singh Saini – TikTok||287|
|Jasleen Cheema – SpotX||287|
|Daniel Walsh – 10 ViacomCBS||268|
|Abby Bacon – Mamamia||248|
|Beth Brady – Zenith Media||232|
|Chris Murphy – The Hallway||224|
Before you go: Do you have a mate who hasn’t made the top 10?
Don’t panic and pull your socks up, because voting for the People’s Choice Awards is still open.
You can vote here for as many people as you like, but remember, you can only vote in the poll once before it disappears—no takebacks.
The People’s Choice winner will be revealed at the 2021 30 Under 30 Awards, taking place on Thursday, 15 April at The Factory Theatre. You can buy tickets here.
Thank you to our incredible sponsors for making this event possible.
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