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There were some sore heads on the Gold Coast on Monday.

As the curtain closed on the 2022 TV Week Logie Awards, some of Australia’s biggest names emerged from The Star casino in the early hours of the morning looking a little worse for wear.

The tipsy stars had plenty to celebrate, of course, as television’s night of nights finally returned to the live stage after a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19.

As the curtain closed on the 2022 Logie Awards, some of Australia’s biggest names emerged from The Star Gold Coast in the early hours of the morning looking a little worse for wear. Anna Heinrich (left), Riana Crehan (centre) Simone Holtznagel (right) are seen here

As the sun began to rise, SAS Australia stars Anna Heinrich and Simone Holtznagel were seen waiting for an Uber outside the venue next to a security guard.

At one stage, a tired-looking Anna leaned on the shoulder of ex-AFL star Barry Hall. 

Meanwhile, The Block favourites Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie looked very giddy indeed as they spotted paparazzi waiting by the entrance.

At one stage, a tired-looking Anna leaned on the shoulder of ex-AFL star Barry Hall

At one stage, a tired-looking Anna leaned on the shoulder of ex-AFL star Barry Hall

The former Bachelor star, who dazzled in a low-cut pink dress, waved to a friend nearby

Tim Robards couldn't take his eyes off his wife's cleavage as they waited to catch a taxi back to their hotel

Tim Robards couldn’t take his eyes off his wife’s cleavage as they waited to catch a taxi back to their hotel

The tipsy stars had plenty to celebrate, of course, as television's night of nights finally returned to the live stage after a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19

The tipsy stars had plenty to celebrate, of course, as television’s night of nights finally returned to the live stage after a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19

Model and SAS Australia star Simone Holtznagel looked like she’d had a big night

Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, who suffered a wardrobe malfunction on stage, was spotted exiting the venue

Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, who suffered a wardrobe malfunction on stage, was spotted exiting the venue

The soap actress was joined by her long-term partner Adam Rigby (right)

The soap actress was joined by her long-term partner Adam Rigby (right)

MasterChef judge and Gold Logie nominee Melissa Leong (left) seemed to have a clear head as she made a low-key exit with her boyfriend Rob Mason (right)

MasterChef judge and Gold Logie nominee Melissa Leong (left) seemed to have a clear head as she made a low-key exit with her boyfriend Rob Mason (right)

TV legend Patti Newton (left), whose late husband Bert was honoured during the in memoriam segment at the Logies, was joined by her daughter Lauren (right)

TV legend Patti Newton (left), whose late husband Bert was honoured during the in memoriam segment at the Logies, was joined by her daughter Lauren (right)

Lisa Wilkinson made a classy exit after a triumphant night for The Project

Lisa Wilkinson made a classy exit after a triumphant night for The Project

A cheerful Angela Bishop was also seen leaving the entertainment complex with her arms wide open to hug a friend.

Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, who suffered a wardrobe malfunction on stage, was spotted with her partner Adam Rigby and TV presenter Renee Bargh.

MasterChef judge and Gold Logie nominee Melissa Leong seemed to have a clear head as she made a low-key exit with her boyfriend Rob Mason.

Channel Seven sportscaster Abbey Gelmi sported a rather strained expression at one point

Channel Seven sportscaster Abbey Gelmi sported a rather strained expression at one point

Fellow sports reporter Tara Rushton (left) was seen chatting to a publicist

Fellow sports reporter Tara Rushton (left) was seen chatting to a publicist 

The Masked Singer judge Dave Hughes, who does not drink, sported a cheeky grin as he headed home after a long night of Carlton Zeros.

Gold Logie winner Hamish Blake was the man of the hour as the celebrities waited for taxis back to their respective hotels.

He hammed it up for snappers alongside his beauty mogul wife Zoë Foster Blake.

The couple was also seen mingling with his best mate Andy Lee and his long-term girlfriend Rebecca Harding. 

Gold Logie winner Hamish Blake (right, with Andy Lee) was the man of the hour as the celebrities waited for taxis back to their respective hotels

Gold Logie winner Hamish Blake (right, with Andy Lee) was the man of the hour as the celebrities waited for taxis back to their respective hotels

Andy Lee helped his best mate into an Uber after his triumphant night at the Logies

Andy Lee helped his best mate into an Uber after his triumphant night at the Logies

Andy's model girlfriend Rebecca Harding put on a leggy display as she stepped out of The Star

Andy’s model girlfriend Rebecca Harding put on a leggy display as she stepped out of The Star

Gold Logie winner Hamish (right) was joined by his beauty mogul wife Zoë Foster Blake (left)

Gold Logie winner Hamish (right) was joined by his beauty mogul wife Zoë Foster Blake (left)

The Blakes offered a toast to the paparazzi before climbing into their waiting car

The Blakes offered a toast to the paparazzi before climbing into their waiting car

The Block favourites Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie looked very giddy indeed as they spotted paparazzi waiting by the entrance

The Block favourites Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie looked very giddy indeed as they spotted paparazzi waiting by the entrance

The Masked Singer judge Dave Hughes, who does not drink, sported a cheeky grin as he headed home after a long night of Carlton Zeros

The Masked Singer judge Dave Hughes, who does not drink, sported a cheeky grin as he headed home after a long night of Carlton Zeros

A cheerful Angela Bishop was also seen leaving the entertainment complex with her arms wide open to hug a friend

A cheerful Angela Bishop was also seen leaving the entertainment complex with her arms wide open to hug a friend

In a surprising twist, the man everyone expected to be drunk the morning after the Logies was in fact sober as a judge.

Karl Stefanovic was perfectly clear-headed as he hosted Channel Nine’s Today show live from the Gold Coast from 5:30am alongside co-anchor Allison Langdon.

The 47-year-old, who missed out on winning the Gold Logie the night before, had memorably been drunk on air the day after the 2009 Logies.

He had referenced his partying ways during the ceremony by holding a packet of Panadol while on camera. 

In a surprising twist, the man everyone expected to be drunk the morning after the Logies was in fact sober as a judge. A clear-headed Karl Stefanovic (left) hosted the Today show live from the Gold Coast from 5:30am alongside Allison Langdon (centre) and Brooke Boney (right)

In a surprising twist, the man everyone expected to be drunk the morning after the Logies was in fact sober as a judge. A clear-headed Karl Stefanovic (left) hosted the Today show live from the Gold Coast from 5:30am alongside Allison Langdon (centre) and Brooke Boney (right)

MAFS stars Selina Chhaur (left) and Kerry Knight (right) beamed as they left the venue

MAFS stars Selina Chhaur (left) and Kerry Knight (right) beamed as they left the venue

Channel Seven presenter Joh Griggs was seen chatting to a friend

Channel Seven presenter Joh Griggs was seen chatting to a friend

The Project host Waleed Aly turned heads in a red suit

The Project host Waleed Aly turned heads in a red suit

TV and radio personality Chrissie Swan made a dignified exit after the Logies

TV and radio personality Chrissie Swan made a dignified exit after the Logies

Lego Masters host Hamish won the Gold Logie for most popular personality on Australian television at TV’s night of nights on the Gold Coast.

In his acceptance speech just before midnight on Sunday, the Nine Network star acknowledged the industry had been through some tough times of late.

‘We’re so grateful to get to do what we do… we’re super lucky to get to keep working,’ he said.

Blake climbed onstage to accept three Logies, with Lego Masters winning its first ever award for most outstanding entertainment or comedy program.

The stars of Home and Away, including Gold Logie nominee Ray Meagher (right), dressed to the nines for TV's night of nights

The stars of Home and Away, including Gold Logie nominee Ray Meagher (right), dressed to the nines for TV’s night of nights

Lego Masters host Hamish Blake (pictured on stage) won the Gold Logie for most popular personality on Australian television at TV's night of nights on the Gold Coast

Lego Masters host Hamish Blake (pictured on stage) won the Gold Logie for most popular personality on Australian television at TV’s night of nights on the Gold Coast 

‘It’s really fun to actually just make something that’s about creativity and joy,’ Blake said, as he thanked his co-host Ryan McNaught and Lego Masters crew.

‘It’s like there are thousands and thousands of little pieces that come together to make the show.’

Hamish also took home the Logie for most popular presenter, newly named for the late television superstar Bert Newton and presented by Newton’s wife Patti.

ABC’s The Newsreader took home two Logies, winning most outstanding drama series, and star Anna Torv winning most outstanding actress.

Another of its scripted dramas, Fires, won the miniseries category, with Richard Roxburgh winning most outstanding actor.

It was also a big night for the Seven Network, with sports presenter Bruce McAvaney inducted into the TV Week Hall of Fame, to a standing ovation.

The ABC’s Tony Armstrong took out the Graham Kennedy Award for most popular new talent, days after his euphoric on screen reaction to the Socceroos making it through to the World Cup.



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