Australia's favourite chippie Scott Cam wins Gold Logie

SCOTT Cam has thanked his Block family for contributing to his Gold Logie win.

The host of Channel 9's popular renovation reality show was the bookies' favourite to take out Australian TV's top honour.

"Well this is really unbelievable," Cam said.

"I kissed Kylie Minogue, that's pretty cool.

"It's 11pm at the Logies and I'm sober, that's unbelievable."

In his lengthy acceptance speech, the Aussie larrikin promised his Gold Logie would not become a door stopper.

"I'm going to flush mount a stubby opener on the bottom of it," he said.

"It will come out at every barbecue... let me go get my gold stubby opener."

Kylie Minogue, who won a Gold Logie at the tender age of 19, presented Cam with the top award.

In contrast, Cam takes his gold statuette home at the age of 51.

Asher Keddie was the other big winner of the night.

The 2013 Gold Logie winner took home two Silver Logies in the Most Oustanding and Most Popular Actress categories.

"It is unbelievable. Who would have thought this rag tag, messed up, chaotic family would have five series in them and perhaps more to go, who knows? It just makes us all so, so happy," Keddie said after her first win of the night.

Keddie dedicated her Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actress to late actress Wendy Hughes.

Her Offspring co-star Lachy Hulmes won his first Logie, for Most Outstanding Actor, for his role in Nine's Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story.

"There are the people I don't want to thank. I don't want to thank the cast and crew because they know how I feel and how much I love them," he said.

"I want to thank some people who had nothing to do with this production but have been tremendously helpful and supportive and influential in getting me standing where I am now.

"To my family at Offspring, the most incredible cast I've ever worked with.

"To my brother Campbell and my sister Kate and their families, I thank them, and most importantly for my mum, I thank you very much. Go Bombers."

The ABC's Redfern now was named Most Outstanding Drama Series for the second year in a row.

SBS star Paul Fenech certainly made a colourful entrance on the red carpet with his bevy of bikini and flannel-clad girls.

But the Housos star and creator went even further when accepting the award for Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program.

Fenech sprayed his beer over the table before throwing a thong at a camera and another one into the A-list crowd.

"I haven't prepared anything. I got pissed," Fenech said.

"For the real Aussies of Australia who supported us for all these years, this win is for you."

On a more serious note, journalist and former 60 Minutes presenter Peter Harvey was inducted into the Logies Hall of Fame inductee posthumously and received a standing ovation.


2014 Logie Awards winners


TV WEEK GOLD LOGIE - Most Popular Personality on TV

Andy Lee (Hamish & Andy's Gap Year Asia, Nine Network)

Asher Keddie (Nina Proudman, Offspring, Network Ten)

Carrie Bickmore (The Project, Network Ten)

Essie Davis (Phryne Fisher, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, ABC1)

Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)*

Stephen Peacocke (Darryl 'Brax' Braxton, Home and Away, Channel Seven)


TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Popular Actor

Chris Lilley (Ja'mie King, Ja'mie: Private School Girl, ABC1)*

Dan Ewing (Heath Braxton, Home and Away, Channel Seven)

Hugh Sheridan (Ben Rafter, Packed to the Rafters, Channel Seven)

Matthew Le Nevez (Dr. Patrick Reid, Offspring, Network Ten)

Stephen Peacocke (Darryl 'Brax' Braxton, Home and Away, Channel Seven)


TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Popular Actress

Asher Keddie (Nina Proudman, Offspring, Network Ten)*

Essie Davis (Phryne Fisher, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, ABC1)

Julia Morris (Gemma Horne, House Husbands, Nine Network)

Marta Dusseldorp (Sarah Adams, A Place to Call Home, Channel Seven)

Rebecca Gibney (Julie Rafter, Packed to the Rafters, Channel Seven)


TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Popular Presenter

Adam Hills (Adam Hills Tonight, ABC1)

Andy Lee (Hamish & Andy's Gap Year Asia, Nine Network)

Carrie Bickmore (The Project, Network Ten)

Hamish Blake (Hamish & Andy's Gap Year Asia, Nine Network)

Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)*


Most Popular New Talent

Abby Earl (Anna Bligh, A Place to Call Home, Channel Seven)

Bonnie Sveen (Ricky Sharpe, Home and Away, Channel Seven)*

Caren Pistorius (Eloise Ward, Offspring, Network Ten; Janine Myles, Redfern Now, ABC1; Beth Ridgeway, Paper Giants: Magazine Wars, ABC1)

Johnny Ruffo (Chris Harrington, Home and Away, Channel Seven)

Timomatic (Australia's Got Talent, Nine Network)


Most Popular Drama Program

Home and Away (Channel Seven)*

House Husbands (Nine Network)

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (ABC1)

Offspring (Network Ten)

Winners & Losers (Channel Seven)


Most Popular Light Entertainment Program

Hamish & Andy's Gap Year Asia (Nine Network)*

Ja'mie: Private School Girl (ABC1)

The Project (Network Ten)

The Voice (Nine Network)

The X Factor Australia (Channel Seven)


Most Popular Reality Program

Big Brother (Nine Network)

Bondi Rescue (Network Ten)

My Kitchen Rules (Channel Seven)*

The Block All Stars (Nine Network)

The Block Sky High (Nine Network)


Most Popular Sports Program

Before the Game (Network Ten)

The AFL Footy Show (Nine Network)

The Cricket Show (Nine Network)

The NRL Footy Show (Nine Network)*

Wide World Of Sports (Nine Network)


Most Popular Lifestyle Program

Better Homes and Gardens (Channel Seven)*

Domestic Blitz: The Block to the Rescue (Nine Network)

Embarrassing Bodies Down Under (Foxtel/LifeStyle YOU)

Selling Houses Australia (Foxtel/The LifeStyle Channel)

The Living Room (Network Ten)




TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Outstanding Drama Series

A Place To Call Home (Channel Seven)

Offspring(Network Ten)

Redfern Now (ABC1)*

The Time Of Our Lives (ABC1)

Wentworth (Foxtel/ SoHo)


TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie

An Accidental Soldier (ABC1)

Better Man (SBS ONE)

Paper Giants: Magazine Wars (ABC1)

Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story (Nine Network)

Top Of The Lake (Foxtel/UKTV)*


TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Outstanding Actor

Chris Lilley (Ja'mie: Private School Girl, ABC1)

Craig McLachlan (The Doctor Blake Mysteries, ABC1)

David Wenham (Better Man, SBS ONE)

Kirk Page (Redfern Now, ABC1)

Lachy Hulme (Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story, Nine Network)*


TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Outstanding Actress

Asher Keddie (Offspring, Network Ten)*

Claudia Karvan (The Time Of Our Lives, ABC1)

Danielle Cormack (Wentworth, Foxtel/ SoHo)

Kat Stewart (Offspring, Network Ten)

Mandy McElhinney (Paper Giants: Magazine Wars, ABC1)



Anna Bamford (Wonderland, Network Ten)

Caren Pistorius (Paper Giants: Magazine Wars, ABC1)

Meyne Wyatt (Redfern Now, ABC1)

Remy Hii (Better Man, SBS ONE)*

Shareena Clanton (Wentworth, Foxtel/SoHo)



Housos (SBS ONE)*

It's A Date (ABC1)

Please Like Me (ABC2)

The Voice Australia (Nine Network)

Upper Middle Bogan (ABC1)



Crisis in Cairo - Brett Mason (World News Australia, SBS ONE)

Leadership Spill (Foxtel/ SKY NEWS)

"Missing the boat" Jaymes Diaz Interview (Ten Eyewitness News, Network Ten)

NSW Bushfires (Nine News, Nine Network)*

The Dark Side of the Force (Seven News, Channel Seven



A Gracious Gift (Four Corners, ABC1)

Drugs in Sport - Stephen Dank (7.30, ABC1)

Manus Island (Dateline, SBS ONE)

Prime Suspect (Sunday Night, Channel Seven)

Prisoner X - The Australian Connection (Foreign Correspondent, ABC1)*



Desert War (ABC1)

Dirty Business (SBS ONE)

Jabbed (SBS ONE)

Kings Cross ER: St Vincent's Hospital (Foxtel/Crime & Investigation Network)*

Redesign My Brain (ABC1)



2013 Emirates Melbourne Cup Carnival (Channel Seven)*

2013 NRL Grand Final (Nine Network)

2013 Toyota AFL Grand Final (Channel Seven)

The Ashes Cricket - Australia v England (Nine Network)

Tour de France (SBS ONE)



Dance Academy (ABC3)

Move It Mob Style (NITV)

Nowhere Boys (ABC3)*

Play Along With Sam (Foxtel/Nick Jr)

Play School (ABC4Kids)