It was television's night of nights, when the stars of Australia's networks gathered to celebrate the best that Australian TV has to offer.
And there were many memorable behind-the-scenes moments at the 2018 TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday, as celebrity guests shared glimpses of what fans didn't see on TV.
As reported by Buzzfeed on Sunday, Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsburg, 44, shared a very touching photo of the stars of Network Ten's The Living Room holding hands at their table moments before winning the Logie for Best Lifestyle Program.
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Touching: Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsburg captured the stars of Network Ten's The Living Room holding hands before winning the Best Lifestyle Program Logie. Pictured, from left: Miguel Maestre, Barry Du Bois, Amanda Keller (with partner Harley Oliver) and Dr Chris Brown
Living Room hosts Miguel Maestre, 38, Barry Du Bois, 57, Amanda Keller, 56, and partner Harley Oliver, and Dr Chris Brown, 39, were seen holding hands just before the announcement of their win.
It was a particularly poignant moment for the cast and fans of the popular lifestyle program, in light of Barry's very public battle with cancer.
The designer and builder was diagnosed with plasmacytoma myeloma, a cancer of the immune system, in 2011 and in 2017 he announced the disease had returned.
The HIT Network's drive time Carrie and Tommy Show tweeted Carrie Bickmore's daughter, Evie, 2, joyfully acknowledging seeing her mum, and dad Chris Lange, on TV, with the caption: 'How cute is this!'
Studio 10 co-host Denise Drysdale, 69, had a Cinderella