Logie Awards of 2010

The 52nd TV Week Logie Awards ceremony was held on Sunday 2 May 2010 at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne, and broadcast on the Nine Network.[1] The ceremony was hosted by Bert Newton, making it the 19th time he hosted the event as a solo host.[2] The red carpet arrivals were hosted by Karl Stefanovic, Lisa Wilkinson, Jules Lund and Ruby Rose,[3] while Richard Wilkins and Natalie Gruzlewski presented the Myer Logie Minute during the ceremony.[4] The Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki was one of the international guests.[3] Musical performers at the event were John Mayer, Gabriella Cilmi with the cast from the stage musical Fame, k.d. lang and the Rogue Traders.[3] John Foreman returned as musical director for the event.[4] Susan Boyle was scheduled to perform but pulled out a few weeks before the ceremony, cancelling all her appearances in Australia.[5] PJ Lane sang a tribute to his late father Don Lane.[6] Early that year, Each network is restricted in the number of personalities and programs they can submit for consideration in the publicly voted category, including up to 10 names in both the Most Popular Actor and Actress categories, 15 names for Most Popular Presenter and 5 programs for Most Popular Drama. These restrictions often lead to controversy over those who are not listed in the voting form, and are not eligible to be nominated for an award.

52nd Logie Awards
2010 TV Week Logies Logo.gif
Date2 May 2010
SiteCrown Palladium, Melbourne, Victoria
Hosted byBert Newton
Gold LogieRay Meagher
Hall of FameBrian Naylor (posthumously)
Most awardsPacked to the Rafters and Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation (3)
Most nominationsHome and Away (11)


The traditional Logies nominations breakfast was held on 29 March 2010 at the Ivy Pool Bar in Sydney. The breakfast was hosted by Charlie Pickering and Gigi Edgley. Both Sunrise, The Morning Show and Today crossed to the event live.[7] The Seven Network had 34 nominations, the most of any network out of the 113 in total. ABC3 got its first nomination since its launch months earlier than the ceremony, and is the first of any of the digital channels (ABC2, 7Two, GO!, SBS Two and ONE HD) to receive a nomination.

Winners and nomineesEdit

In the tables below, winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.[6]

Gold LogieEdit

Most Popular Personality on Australian Television


Most Popular Actor Most Popular Actress
Most Outstanding Actor in a Series Most Outstanding Actress in a Series
Most Popular New Male Talent Most Popular New Female Talent
Most Outstanding New Talent Most Popular Presenter

Most Popular ProgramsEdit

Most Popular Drama Series Most Popular Light Entertainment Program
Most Popular Lifestyle Program Most Popular Factual Program
Most Popular Sports Program Most Popular Reality Program

Most Outstanding ProgramsEdit

Most Outstanding Drama Series, Miniseries or Telemovie Most Outstanding Light Entertainment
Most Outstanding Sports Coverage Most Outstanding News Coverage
Most Outstanding Children's Program Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report
Most Outstanding Factual Program


  1. ^ "52nd TV Week Logie Awards, 2010". Tvweeklogies.com.au. Archived from the original on 26 January 2014.
  2. ^ Knox, David (14 March 2010). "Bert Newton returns to hosting the Logies". TV Tonight. Retrieved 19 March 2010.
  3. ^ a b c Knox, David (2 May 2010). "Logies: Behind the Scenes". TV Tonight. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  4. ^ a b Knox, David (15 March 2010). "Logis to reunite GMA duo". TV Tonight. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  5. ^ Kellett, Christine (16 April 2010). "Susan Boyle pulls out of Logie Awards". The Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 20 April 2010.
  6. ^ a b Knox, David (2 May 2010). "Logie Awards 2010: Gallery". TV Tonight. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  7. ^ Knox, David (19 March 2010). "Pickering and Edgley to reveal Logie nominations". TV Tonight. Retrieved 19 March 2010.

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