Roll out the red carpet, and hold off nipping down to the milk bar to buy a copy of TV Week — Crikey presents our comprehensive Logies coverage.

Inspired by Channel Nine’s Tracey Grimshaw, who this year played the part of Grimace from McDonaldland, we’ve google imaged terms like “upholstered pedastal”, “eight-year-old in leotard”, “kitten” and “sea cucumber” to bring you our cutting edge fashion commentary.

More comprehensive than The Age photo gallery,and infinitely more edifying than the Herald-Sun worst dressed slide show, we give you — the Logies lookalikes*….

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Tracey Grimshaw, aka, Grimace:

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Sonia Kruger’s fashion forward train had accents of Bob from Aliens vs Monsters:

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That new girl from Neighbours was inspired by the nice smiling skater who plays the role of Nemo in Disney on Ice:

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Asher Keddie, star of Underbelly — A Tale of Two Cities, took her cues from a sea cucumber:

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Repeat offender Susie Eleman, in a nod to The Leopard Man:

090504_logoes_lookalikes51Lesbian of the hour Ruby-Rose, aka a dead crow:

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Julia Zemiro, moonlighting between gigs as the host of RockWiz and a slice of rainbow ripple cake:

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Kate Ritchie, Logie loser, in homage to a small calisthenics child in a blue leotard:

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Natalie Bassingthwaite, singer, TV host, fashion plate, Statue of Liberty:

natalieMyf Warhurst is a little blue teapot:

myfAnd finally, no wonder Gretel Killeen didn’t want to show the papparazzi her haircut. Hello lego man:

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* props to Leigh for his stunning Logie nomination-worthy photoshopping. We feel like we were there.

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