Bow Down To Jan Fran & Sophie Monk, The Logies’ Most Extra Attendees

Jan Fran

In case you completely forgot/didn’t know/was watching Masterchef, the 61st TV Week Logie Awards is on at the moment… right now… on Channel 9. A lot has gone done, more of that later, but first let’s just take a moment to marvel at divine beings Jan Fran and Sophie Monk who absolutely shut it down with their extra as hell gowns.

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Fran, SBS superstar, wore a handmade tinsel dress by designer Rachel Burke. 10/10 recommend going through Burke’s Instagram.


An angel on the Christmas tree.

I stalked Burke’s Instagram and look at this gorgeous piece of wearable art.

Monk wore a gown by designer Jason Grech and HOW DOES ONE EVEN TAKE A PICTURE LIKE THIS?

“If you can’t win a gold Logie… dress as one,” she captioned the glorious photo.


According to our mates at PopSugarMonk’s gown took approximately 30 hours and four fittings to make.

Designer Grech is behind a number of gowns tonight including fellow former Bachelorette, Georgia Love’s.

Anywho, Network 10‘s Masterchef took home Most Popular Reality Series, the ABC‘s Mystery Road took the gong for Most Popular Drama series, and Deborah Mailman won Most Popular Actress.

The Voice coach Guy Sebastian performed a medley that of course included big tune ‘Battle Scars.’ Legends Hamish and Andy made us giggle with a behind-the-scenes look at the ~cutaway shot~ and presented the award for most Popular Entertainment program to Gogglebox. The Project took the gong for Current Affairs and Most Outstanding Sport went to SBS for its coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. 

Presented by the cast of [checks notes] Young Sheldon, Most Popular Comedy series went to Have You Been Paying Attention? and everyone’s fave, Dylan Alcott, was declared Most Popular New Talent.

Most Popular Actor went to Luke McGregor, Most Outstanding Supporting Actress went to queen Jacki Weever, Most Popular Presenter was won by half man, half hedge Costa Georgiadis, Most Outstanding Children’s Program was scooped up by Bluey, and Most Outstanding Supporting Actor was awarded to Frankie J. Holden.