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Date for the 2021 Logie Awards finally announced

Date for the 2021 Logie Awards finally announced

A date has finally been announced for the 2021 TV Week Logie Awards after it was cancelled final yr attributable to the coronavirus pandemic.

The ceremony will happen on Sunday, November 28, at The Star Gold Coast. 

It will likely be televised on Channel 9 and 9Now.  

Ready to roll! A date has finally been announced for the 2021 TV Week Logie Awards after it was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic

Able to roll! A date has finally been announced for the 2021 TV Week Logie Awards after it was cancelled final yr attributable to the coronavirus pandemic 

‘TV WEEK is thrilled to have landed on a date we all know we will ship a spectacular present on,’ TV WEEK editor Amber Giles mentioned in a press release.  

‘After spending means an excessive amount of time on the sofa in stretchy pants over the previous 12 months, it’s essential to us and our companions that we come collectively at a time once we can all frock up and be in the similar room.

‘We are able to’t wait to move again to The Star Gold Coast to rejoice and honour the finest in Australian TV in the type for which we’re well-known.

‘On November 28, we look ahead to seeing on the purple carpet all those that have saved us entertained and knowledgeable throughout attempting instances.’ 

Final yr ARE Media group writer Fiona Connolly regretfully announced the cancellation of the 2020 ceremony, initially scheduled for June, in April final yr.   

‘We’ve got spent the previous couple of weeks discussing with our occasion companions what the TV WEEK Logie Awards may seem like in 2020 whereas adhering to authorities restrictions and dealing round the challenges of COVID-19,’ the assertion learn. 

‘All events agree the most constructive end result is to not maintain the Logies, together with public voting, in 2020, however to stage an excellent larger occasion on the Gold Coast in 2021.’

Exciting times: The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, November 28, at The Star Gold Coast and will be televised on Channel 9 and 9Now Pictured: Waleed Aly and his wife Susan Carland at the 2017 ceremony, held in Melbourne

Thrilling instances: The awards ceremony will happen on Sunday, November 28, at The Star Gold Coast and might be televised on Channel 9 and 9Now Pictured: Waleed Aly and his spouse Susan Carland at the 2017 ceremony, held in Melbourne

Shelved: Organisers promised 'an even bigger event on the Gold Coast in 2021' when the 2020 event was officially cancelled in a statement released early last year. Pictured: Delta Goodrem (left) and Kelly Rowland (right) at the 2019 ceremony

Shelved: Organisers promised ‘an excellent larger occasion on the Gold Coast in 2021’ when the 2020 occasion was formally cancelled in a press release launched early final yr. Pictured: Delta Goodrem (left) and Kelly Rowland (proper) at the 2019 ceremony 

The 2019 occasion, which featured a packed purple carpet and superstar company seated at tables inside, was held at The Star on the Gold Coast and aired on Channel 9.

The cancellation of the prestigious occasion final yr would have precipitated a monetary blow for Gold Coast tourism.  

In the meantime, comic Tom Gleeson, 46, nonetheless holds the prime honour, having been awarded the Gold Logie in 2019. 

Throughout his acceptance speech, The Laborious Quiz host poked enjoyable at the candidates who had sincerely campaigned for the award, and mentioned his victory was a win for ‘taking the p**s’ and ‘not giving a s**t’. 

Top honour: Meanwhile, comedian Tom Gleeson, 46, still holds the top honour, having been awarded the Gold Logie in 2019

Prime honour: In the meantime, comic Tom Gleeson, 46, nonetheless holds the prime honour, having been awarded the Gold Logie in 2019

Fellow 2019 Gold Logie nominee Amanda Keller, 58, admitted on her WSFM radio present in July 2019, that she discovered Tom’s Gold Logie speech upsetting.  

‘He is a comic and I get what he was doing, which was attempting to subvert the end result and good luck to him, he did it. That is the way it goes. I’ve no drawback in any respect with that,’ she mentioned on Jonesy & Amanda.

‘However I feel in his speech when he mentioned, “Everybody that works in tv, if you wish to win this, you are a wanker”, that type of upset me.’

Controversy: During his acceptance speech, The Hard Quiz host poked fun at the candidates who had sincerely campaigned for the award, and said his victory was a win for 'taking the p**s' and 'not giving a s**t'. Pictured on the Today show

Controversy: Throughout his acceptance speech, The Laborious Quiz host poked enjoyable at the candidates who had sincerely campaigned for the award, and mentioned his victory was a win for ‘taking the p**s’ and ‘not giving a s**t’. Pictured on the At the moment present

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