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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer Logies 2011: Katy Perry Adds Firework To Night Of Surprises, by Eva Rinaldi The Australian entertainment industries night of nights was certainly glamorous by Australian standards and delivered strongly in surprises and audience delight. There were a ton of surprises and its safe to say that the organisers, including the Nine Network, got it right this year. An emotional and gracious Karl Stefanovic, who won the Gold Logie, paid tribute to his wife Cass for "giving up a promising TV career of her own with the ABC to let me do this and look after our three beautiful kids." The capacity crowd loved Karl's affectionate words for Network Nine boss David Gyngell -"He's probably at home, in his Homer Simpson undies, scratching himself or whatever he does, but mate, I love you as a boss and more importantly as a friend." He also remembered his family saying he thanked his "mum for her beautiful soul" and his dad "for your male-pattern baldness, big guy." The popular TV presenter - journalist disclosed that his mentor was Laurie Oakes: "The reason I am in this business and want to be for the rest of my life." He had originally promised to stick to soda water, however he left stage with "I'm going to the bar." Stefanovic threw into his entertaining speech that added he did not believe half of Australia would know who he was "if he wasn't pole-axed on Grey Goose vodka". "I thought it was career-ending...but I survived it", he said. "So yes I will probably have two dozen champagnes, a few vodkas and what not, but I will be right for the show in the morning." On the success on the Today Show he shared: "We're risking things but we're both more confident...I've never been more confident in front of the camera, and I don't want that to sound arrogant, but that comes with the miles I've had on air." A ton of actors, actresses and presenters made their way to the podium before Stefanovic at Melbourne's Crown Casino looking a bit bewildered as they grasped their viewer-SMS-voted Most Popular awards. 'Our Karl', the Channel 9 Today host and sometimes 60 Minutes reporter who ran away with the Gold Logie from Packed To The Rafters duo Rebecca Gibney and Jessica Marais, who I understand were hot favourites. The popular awards had the room talking. Asher Keddie of Ten's Offspring, bested Seven's Packed To The Rafters dynamos Gibney and Marais as Most Popular Actress. Another surprise of the TV Week sponsored event was Chrissie Swan of Channel Ten's morning chat show The Circle. She was voted Most Popular New Female Talent...ahead of prime-time personalities Emma Booth, Julie Goodwin, Poh Ling Yeow and Hannah Marshall. Ten's MasterChef, one of the highest-rating series in Australian television, was nominated for just one award - Most Popular Reality Program - which it won. Stefanovic also won Most Popular Presenter ahead of Hamish Blake, Adam Hills, Shaun Micallef and Swan. Underbelly: The Golden Mile's Firass Dirani won Most Popular New Talent, however his show was beaten by Packed To The Rafters as the viewers' favourite drama. Channel Nine got more acholades with Underbelly being judged Most Outstanding Drama, while the Most Outstanding Actor and Actress went to Richard Roxburgh (Rake, ABC) and Claire van der Boom (Sisters Of War, ABC). News media commentators, celebrities and the general public agreed that the strong line up of performing artists, headlined by Katy Perry, made this years Logies one of the best ever. Stay tuned right here for some exclusive photos and multimedia. NOMINEES AND WINNERS LIST TV WEEK GOLD LOGIE â€" Most Popular Personality on TV Adam Hills (Spicks And Specks, ABC 1) Asher Keddie (Offspring, Network Ten) Chrissie Swan (The Circle, Network Ten) Jessica Marais (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) WINNER Karl Stefanovic (Today, Network Nine) Rebecca Gibney (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE â€" Most Popular Actor Callan Mulvey (Rush, Network Ten) Don Hany (Offspring, Network Ten / Tangle, Foxtel) Erik Thomson (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) WINNER - Hugh Sheridan (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Michael Caton (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE â€" Most Popular Actress WINNER - Asher Keddie (Offspring, Network Ten) Jessica Marais (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Margot Robbie (Neighbours, Network Ten) Rebecca Gibney (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Zoe Ventoura (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE â€" Most Popular Presenter Adam Hills (Spicks And Specks, ABC1) Chrissie Swan (The Circle, Network Ten) Hamish Blake (Hamish & Andy 'Specials', Network Ten) WINNER - Karl Stefanovic (Today, Nine Network) Shaun Micallef (Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation, Network Ten) MOST POPULAR NEW MALE TALENT Charles Cottier (Home And Away, Channel Seven) Eddie Perfect (Offspring, Network Ten) WINNER - Firass Dirani (Underbelly: The Golden Mile, Nine Network) Manu Feildel (My Kitchen Rules, Channel Seven) Ryan Corr (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) MOST POPULAR NEW FEMALE TALENT WINNER - Chrissie Swan (The Circle, Network Ten) Emma Booth (Underbelly: The Golden Mile, Nine Network) Hannah Marshall (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Julie Goodwin (Home Cooked! With Julie Goodwin, Nine Network) Poh Ling Yeow (Poh’s Kitchen, ABC1) MOST POPULAR DRAMA SERIES Home And Away (Channel Seven) Neighbours (Network Ten) Offspring (Network Ten) WINNER - Packed To The Rafters (Channel Seven) Rush (Network Ten) Underbelly: The Golden Mile (Nine Network) MOST POPULAR LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM Good News Week (Network Ten) Hey Hey It's Saturday (Nine Network) Sunrise (Channel Seven) Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation (Network Ten) WINNER - The Circle (Network Ten) MOST POPULAR LIFESTYLE PROGRAM WINNER - Better Homes And Gardens (Channel Seven) Domestic Blitz (Nine Network) Getaway (Nine Network) Grand Designs Australia (Foxtel) Ready Steady Cook (Network Ten) MOST POPULAR SPORTS PROGRAM Before The Game (Network Ten and ONE HD) WINNER - The Footy Show (AFL) (Nine Network) The Footy Show (NRL) (Nine Network) The Matty Johns Show (Channel Seven) Wide World Of Sports (Nine Network) MOST POPULAR REALITY PROGRAM Dancing With The Stars (Channel Seven) WINNER - MasterChef Australia (Network Ten) The Biggest Loser Australia (Network Ten) The Farmer Wants A Wife (Nine Network) The X Factor (Channel Seven) MOST POPULAR FACTUAL PROGRAM WINNER - Bondi Rescue (Network Ten) Bondi Vet (Network Ten) RPA (Nine Network) Undercover Boss Australia (Network Ten) TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE â€" Most Outstanding Drama Series, Miniseries or Telemovie Hawke (Network Ten) Packed To The Rafters (Channel Seven) Rake (ABC1) Rush (Network Ten) Sisters Of War (ABC1) WINNER - Underbelly: The Golden Mile (Nine Network) TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE â€" Most Outstanding Actor Erik Thomson (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Hugh Sheridan (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Jason Gann (Wilfred, SBS) Richard Roxburgh (Hawke, Network Ten) WINNER - Richard Roxburgh (Rake, ABC1) TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE â€" Most Outstanding Actress Asher Keddie (Offspring, Network Ten) Catherine McClements (Rush, Network Ten) WINNER - Claire van der Boom (Sisters Of War, ABC1) Justine Clarke (Tangle, Foxtel [Showcase]) Kat Stewart (Offspring, Network Ten) GRAHAM KENNEDY AWARD FOR MOST OUTSTANDING NEW TALENT Emma Booth (Underbelly: The Golden Mile, Nine Network) WINNER - Firass Dirani (Underbelly: The Golden Mile, Nine Network) Richard Davies (Offspring, Network Ten) Ryan Corr (Packed To The Rafters, Channel Seven) Sarah Snook (Sisters Of War, ABC1) MOST OUTSTANDING NEWS COVERAGE “Afghanistan Rocket Attack” (Ten News) “Election 2010” (Sky News) “Laurie Oakes Election Leaks” (Nine News) WINNER - “New Zealand Mine Disaster” (Seven News) “Pakistan Floods” (ABC News) MOST OUTSTANDING PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT “Brothers In Arms” (Sunday Night, Channel Seven) “Hey Dad..! Scandal” (A Current Affair, Nine Network) “Iraq’s Deadly Legacy” (Dateline, SBS) WINNER - “Smugglers' Paradise” (Four Corners, ABC1) “The Condemned” (Dateline, SBS) MOST OUTSTANDING LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM Hamish & Andy’s Caravan of Courage: Great Britain & Ireland (Network Ten) Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam (SBS) WINNER - Spicks And Specks (ABC1) Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (Network Ten) Yes We Canberra (ABC1) MOST OUTSTANDING SPORTS COVERAGE 2010 AFL Grand Final (Channel Seven) 2010 Melbourne Cup (Channel Seven) Rugby League - 2010 State Of Origin (Game One) (Nine Network) WINNER - The Ashes 2010 First Test - Day One at the Gabba (Nine Network) XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi (Foxtel) MOST OUTSTANDING CHILDREN’S PROGRAM Camp Orange: Castle Mountain (Foxtel [Nickelodeon]) WINNER - Dance Academy (ABC3) Dead Gorgeous (ABC3) Hi-5 (Nine Network) Prank Patrol (ABC3) MOST OUTSTANDING FACTUAL PROGRAM Bondi Rescue (Network Ten) Miracle in the Storm (ABC1) RPA (Nine Network) Such Is Life: The Troubled Times Of Ben Cousins (Channel Seven) WINNER - Trishna & Krishna: The Quest For Separate Lives (Channel Seven) Logies Notes Performing artist Katy Perry promised a Logies explosive firework opening to the Logies and she delivered Logies 2001 was more glamorous than ever before Longest red carpet in the event's history (80m) Katy Perry, Maroon 5 and Jesse J all performed Rebecca Judd, expecting, showed off her tummy on the Logies' red carpet Rebecca Gibney had been favourite to take home the coveted Gold Logie. Shane Jacobsen (Kenny fame) was a photographers favorite for the night, putting on all sorts of antics to keep the press pack amused. Katy Perry was the most photographed star on the red carpet, to little surprise Crown Casino is understood to have possibly done record business in gaming and at its restaurants and bars, as a positive flow on effect from from the event Stefanovic is Nine's first Gold Logie winner since Ray Martin won his fifth and final award in 1996. In voting him television's most popular personality, the public has ended a five-year stranglehold on gold for the Seven network. Websites TV Week Crown Casino The Lantern Group Eva Rinaldi Photography

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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer Woman’s Day Miss Country Girl Australia On Sydney Harbour Later tonight 30 stunning finalists from across regional Australia will compete at the National Final in the 2011 Woman’s Day Miss Country Girl Australia to be held on Sydney Harbour on board the deluxe cruise ship, Bella Vista. Woman’s Day and Channel Nine’s The Today Show have extended their support for young country women seeking opportunities in the modelling and fashion industry with over 2000 aspiring young models competing in a regional roadshow. The 30 finalists have been selected and will attend this prestigious event with the hope to be transformed from country girl to supermodel and be signed with Scoop Management (a subsidiary of CHIC Management). The winner will also appear on Channel Nine’s The Today Show the following morning and appear in a four-page fashion spread in Woman’s Day. The cocktail style event will be hosted by Australia’s Next Top Model mentor, Josh Flinn who will present the fresh faces of the 2012 Australian modelling industry to over 300 friends, celebrities and media. The event will start with a fantastic Forever New fashion parade vocally complimented by internationally signed McKenzie Comer. Regional models will then feature in the swimwear parade sponsored by Seafolly Australia followed by a parade in evening gowns. WHAT: WOMAN’S DAY MISS COUNTRY GIRL AUSTRALIA WHO: Expected guests include: Ursula Hufnagl (Chic Management), Kerri Chow (Seafolly Australia), Grace Doyle (Woman’s Day), Leea Charleswood (Scoop Management), Katie Jones (Woman’s Day Miss Country Girl Australia), Josh Flynn (ANTM), McKenzie Comer, Jay Lyon (The City), Sandor Earl (Penrith Panthers), Andrew Lawson (The X Factor), Troy Thompson (Beauty & The Geek), Samantha Brett (Sam in the City), Mitchell Callaway (The X Factor). WHEN: MONDAY DECEMBER 5 Red carpet photo opportunities â€" 6:30pm â€" 7:00pm Harbour Cruise - 7:00pm â€" 10:30pm Finalists presented and Forever New show begins â€" 7:20pm WHERE: BELLA VISTA â€" DELUXE CRUISE BOAT King Street Wharf, Darling Harbour (in front of Cargo Bar) Be watching out for the Music News Australia and Eva Rinaldi Photography follow up reports later tonight. Websites Woman's Day www.womansday.ninemsn.com.au ACP Magazines www.acpmagazines.com.au Chic Management www.chicmanagement.com.au Scoop Management www.scoopmanagement.com.au Sea Folly www.seafolly.com Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com Media Man News www.mediamannews.com Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com Splash News www.splashnews.com Hollywood Treatment www.hollywood-treatment.com

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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer Louis Vuitton New Sydney Store VIP Party Early today luxury brand Louis Vuitton opened a new store (Louis Vuitton George Street Maison) in Sydney, Australia, and this was followed up this evening with a VIP party with a healthy amount of celebrities and other VIP's on hand, along with about 30 media personnel covering the black carpet outside the building. The Louis Vuitton George Street Maison, understood to have cost in the region of million, will deliver three-storeys of men's and women's fashion, plus "personalised services". The iconic French fashion brand enjoyed its VIP opening in Sydney earlier today with Australian actress Cate Blanchett getting a bit of media rub off from the event today. Tonight many more celebs were present with the list including Ronnie Wood (Rolling Stones guitarist), Melissa Doyle, Miranda Kerr, Erika Heynatz, Delta Goodrem, Isabel Lucas, Megan Gale, Laura Bingle, Heidi Middleton, Kerri-Anne Kennerley and Samantha Harris. Company CEO Yves Carcelle was on hand at both events, and was Oceania CEO Philip Corne. Mr Corne advised the new development had been a long time coming for the brand, which now has 10 stores across the nation. "We wouldn't commit to the investment until we found the right space that allowed us to present the brand as we should," he said. Corne understands that his brand is high end luxury and not for everyone: "People have worked hard and are rewarding themselves." As Time magazine once said, it was the French who "practically invented the notion of luxury in the 17th century, and in the 18th century, when Marie Antoinette took up residence in Versailles, and added her own twist to the genre". After conducting a survey on global luxury, the magazine concluded Europeans regard "luxury as a means of expressing their individuality and style while placing high authenticity and pedigree". In Sydney apparently there is a group of cashed up consumers who don't mind spending up on luxury goods. A big congratulations to top brass Yves Carcelle, Philip Corne, Jean-Baptiste Debains and their team for putting on a great day and evening event. Louis Vuitton cool and hip tips: we understand that the company sometimes creates very limited amounts of personalised goods. How about a guitar case for Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, a surfboard and surfboard cover (what pro would actually use that) and even a skate-board and cover (good luck with Maroubra Beach Skatepark local boys). When LV talks "personalised services" and "personalised products", they aren't kidding. Websites Louis Vuitton www.louisvuitton.com Louis Vuitton (Australia) www.louisvuitton.com.au Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com Splash News www.splashnews.com Media Man News www.mediamannews.com Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com

 
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