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Bickmore's fourth stab at Gold Logie

It could finally be the night that The Project host Carrie Bickmore takes home gold.

Bickmore has been nominated for a Gold Logie for four years in a row but Andy Lee and Steve Peacocke will both be hoping it's a case of third time's a charm for them.

Of course last year's winner Scott Cam, Asher Keddie and Lee's mate Hamish Blake could pick up their second gold.

If punters' bets are any indication of how TV Week readers have voted, Bickmore will be up on stage on Sunday night accepting the award for the most popular personality on Australian television.

According to online bookmaker, Bickmore is the favourite to win the Gold Logie (at $2.25 when markets closed) while Keddie (at $3.00) is her biggest competition.

The Block host Cam was the second-best backed overall after Bickmore.

The Logie Awards will be Bickmore's first big public appearance since giving birth to daughter Evie, her second child, about six weeks ago.

"I admit it wouldn't have been the first place I would have chosen to go out for the first time after having a baby, on the red carpet, but, you know, whatever," Bickmore told Sydney radio KIIS 1065 this week.

Offspring and Party Tricks star Keddie will also be walking the red carpet at Melbourne's Crown Entertainment Complex, nine weeks after her first-born son Valentino arrived.

Love Child star Jessica Marais, last year's red carpet standout in a smoking medieval-inspired J'Aton dress, has the chance to repeat Keddie's 2014 double Silver Logies haul in the actress categories.

Luke Arnold's performance as Michael Hutchence in the miniseries INXS: Never Tear Us Apart has him in the running for two Silver Logies - most popular and most outstanding actor.

Nine is screening the awards live for the first time, from 7.30pm (AEST), after a red carpet show at 7pm.


* Andy Lee (Hamish & Andy's Gap Year South America, Nine Network)

* Asher Keddie (Offspring/Party Tricks, Network Ten)

* Carrie Bickmore (The Project, Network Ten)

* Hamish Blake (Hamish & Andy's Gap Year South America, Nine Network)

* Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)

* Stephen Peacocke (Home And Away, Channel Seven)


2014 - Scott Cam (The Block)

2013 - Asher Keddie (Offspring)

2012 - Hamish Blake (Hamish and Andy's Gap Year)

2011 - Karl Stefanovic (Today)

2010 - Ray Meagher (Home And Away)


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