Save for Lisa’s acceptance speech sending a shiver through Australia’s legal fraternity, Sunday’s Logies appeared a relatively tame affair given its two-year COVID-inspired absence.
Hamish Blake took his second Gold gong amid surprisingly little controversy save for a few bleatings about the winners’ whiteness and lots of the nominees not bothering to turn up anyway.
Not that comic and former kids entertainer Jimmy Rees was going to let this year’s event escape one of his hilarious online skewerings.
Rees roasted Australian TV’s night-of-night in his trademark camp cashier role declaring: “Fake tan, copious amounts of hairspray, a twirl, a designer gown you’ll definitely be told the name of, cheap suits you won’t be told the name of…and a case of Berocca for Richard Wilkins’ hotel room for tomorrow morning.”
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