Entertainment Celebrity Logies 2019: Best and worst dressed stars on the red carpet
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Logies 2019: Best and worst dressed stars on the red carpet

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The Voice's Delta Goodrem and Kelly Rowland at the Logies 2019 on June 30 on the Gold Coast. Photo: Getty
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The Logies 2019 rolled out the red carpet at The Star on the Gold Coast and delivered a melange of feathered ballgowns, slinky metallics, not-so-basic black and imitation drag queen looks.

Here’s the best and worst dressed celebrities. You be the judge:

Nine’s red carpet host Leila McKinnon (in Constantina & Louise) looked extraordinary, as if a clown carrying a giant bath sponge exploded on her shoulders just below her Harris Scarfe catalogue hair.

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Leila McKinnon.

Sylvia Jeffreys (A Current Affair) nailed black tie cool in a print Rebecca Vallance dress with retro keyhole detail and puff shoulders.

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Sylvia Jeffreys.

Strewth. Stack and Mel from Nine’s Travel Guides scrubbed up a treat in slinky numbers with matching thigh-high splits and some showgirl razzle dazzle. The embellished number with cutaway was awful but fun.

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Stack and Mel. Photo: Getty

Melina Vidler was a touch cool tailored goth, a touch Eastern European escort.

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Melina Vidler. Photo: Getty

April Rose Pengilly from Neighbours was a perfect pop of candy pink, made dramatic by the night’s biggest bow and train. Don’t try it at home though.

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April Rose Pengilly. Photo: Getty

Essie Davis (Lambs of God) went for a frou frou cupcake of a dress. Best colour of the night and something Kate Middleton would wear if she wasn’t royal and was heading out to her husband’s annual work dinner.

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Essie Davis. Photo: Getty

Fox Sports’ Jessica Yates and Sarah Jones (with Adam Gilchrist) were matchy match in head-turning reptilian black.

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Jessica Yates, Adam Gilchrist and Sarah Jones. Photo: Getty

Gold Logie nominee Eve Morey wore the mourning version of the dress worn by the French teacher in Picnic at Hanging Rock. The black stockings are either super fashion forward or best kept for church.

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Eve Morey. Photo: Getty

Mel Schilling (Married at First Sight) was better at matching accessories than people i.e. one handbag. The flapper fringe suggested she would rock out to some saloon honky tonk piano later.

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Mel Schilling. Photo: Getty

Lisa Wilkinson (The Project) went full princess with feathers and beading. Tiny bit outre and Oscars 2017, but the ox blood shade is awesome and she’ll be able to wear it to a riverboat casino party.

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Lisa Wilkinson. Photo: Getty

Olympia Valance (Playing for Keeps) was sophisticated, contemporary and sexy. Playing to win.

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Olympia Valance. Photo: Getty

Today’s Deb Knight chose bold lilac Cappellazzo Couture with statement sleeves that she can sell later as a bridesmaid dress. Georgie Gardner was sleek and serious in plunging white Varacalli Couture.

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Deb Knight and Georgie Gardner.

Doris Younane channelled a dream catcher in an awesome sundress that made the shiny, constricting numbers around her look very dated.

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Doris Younane. Photo: Getty

Rebecca Harding (with Andy Lee) was another bird who followed the feather trend. Time to fly to the next thing.

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Andy Lee and Rebecca Harding. Photo: Getty

Model Emma Booth’s shimmery aqua mini was a beautiful standout, its simple shape a perfect foil for the heavy detailing.

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Emma Booth. Photo: Getty

Was Shaynna Blaze smuggling soft furnishings and a flat pack kitchen under her Scarlett O’Hara homage gown? Gutsy and awe inspiring and hilarious all at once.

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Shaynna Blaze. Photo: Getty

Julia Morris appeared to have ducked into the Logies from a parent teacher night. Masterful in its restraint but a touch meh for someone with so much oomph.

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Julia Morris. Photo: Getty

Anna Heinrich (with husband Tim Robards) was inspired by the brides-to-be on Say Yes To The Dress who just want something that looks like lingerie because, hot.

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Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich. Photo: Getty

I’m A Celebrity … Get Me out of Here!’s Yvie Jones and Richard Reid pushed out the boat. Yvie was original and confident, and Richard still had the receipt from the Saigon tailor in his pocket. Love!

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Yvie Jones and Richard Reid. Photo: Getty

Rebecca Maddern was imposing.

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Rebecca Maddern. Photo: Getty

Isabella Giovinazzo (Playing for Keeps) looked amazing and expensively tacky in medieval black.

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Isabella Giovinazzo. Photo: Getty

Bonnie Anderson went for a costume rather than dress, with hideous choker and capelet sleeves and a skirt that only Lady Gaga is legally allowed to wear.

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Bonnie Anderson. Photo: Getty

Where Anna was bride, Leigh Sales was mother of the bride.

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Leigh Sales. Photo: Getty

Reese Witherspoon and Gwyneth Paltrow have done it before, but Sam Frost made a good stab of the tuxedo mini and bucked the Logies fluffy thing. The shoes are too wafty.

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Sam Frost. Photo: Getty

I get what Delta Goodrem was aiming for, the old Glomesh bag timeless thing, but she should have found time to have it fitted.

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Delta Goodrem. Photo: Getty

Gold Logie nominee Amanda Keller was modest but not in snaky silver with striking conical bra. Tick. 

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Amanda Keller. Photo: Getty

The velvet suit is hard to master because of its Davy Jones or pantomime prince overtones. Sigrid Thornton almost did it, but the pant was either too long or too short.

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Sigrid Thornton. Photo: Getty

Carrie Bickmore (The Project) wore Look At Me flowing red that was totally splendid in itself but oddly uninteresting.

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Carrie Bickmore. Photo: Getty

Kelly Rowland’s J’Aton Couture spiderweb dress fitted to perfection and screamed star. Ladies, this is how you do it if you have Beyonce on speed dial and want to push the envelope without looking try hard.

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Kelly Rowland. Photo: Getty

Brooke Boney (Today) wore wet-look Cushnie that was quite cool but did her no favours.

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Brooke Boney. Photo: Getty

Sophie Monk. She is from Queensland.

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Sophie Monk. Photo: Getty

Danielle Cormack showed how to do one shoulder and still keep it classy, San Diego. Fantastic.

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Danielle Cormack. Photo: Getty

Sonia Kruger (The Voice and Today Extra) refuses to ever go quietly and her rainbow Rami Kadi dress did not sell her short. Her magic show partner is at the left, just out of shot.

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Sonia Kruger. Photo: Getty

Hopefully Ada Nicodemou met up with Sophie Monk at some point and they created a kinetic energy force field with their unnatural gold fabrics.

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Ada Nicodemou. Photo: Getty

More feathers! Leah Purcell (Wentworth) opted for a lot. The stiff jacket with fluffy skirt was a good move. [/caption]

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Leah Purcell. Photo: Getty

In elegant architectural black and white, Kat Stewart (Five Bedrooms) would have had those in bigger elaborate dresses feeling dowdy and itchy. Killer.

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Kat Stewart. Photo: Getty

Sandra Sully dared to mix sequinned dress with sequinned bag with turquoise jewellery but was still missing something.

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Sandra Sully. Photo: Getty

Jessica Mauboy’s tangerine dress had a Pierrot feel to it and lacked texture. Who cares? Not Jess, which is everything.

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Jessica Mauboy. Photo: Getty

Married at First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff did a bridal look to jog our memories about who she is. You guys, it’s me!

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Elizabeth Sobinoff. Photo: Getty

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