It was all eyes on The Actual Housewives of Sydney forged at Foxtel Group’s annual Upfront occasion within the Harbour Metropolis on Thursday evening.
The franchise is a juggernaut all over the world, but it surely appears the Sydney forged can maintain their very own as they stole the present on the crimson carpet on the star-studded occasion held on Cockatoo Island.
Main the best way and representing the BINGE present have been women in crimson Terry Biviano and Caroline Gaultier.
Terry wore a halter-neck mini costume with which featured ornamental roses and a chiffon prepare.
In the meantime, Caroline oozed previous Hollywood glamour in a floor-length sequined costume and black fur stole.
They have been joined by fellow RHOS stars Dr Kate Adams, Sally Obermeder and Nicole O’Neil, who additionally upped the glam of their designer clothes.
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On the occasion, Foxtel introduced what’s to return on their slate for 2024, with the domestically produced drama Excessive Nation previewed by its star Leah Purcell.
The eight-part thriller thriller additionally stars Aaron Pedersen, Sara Wiseman and Sport of Thrones actor Ian McElhinney, and tells the story of detective Andie Whitford (Purcell) who arrives within the Victorian Excessive Nation in an try to unravel a thriller.
“It’s a criminal offense drama stuffed with twist and turns, spine-tingling thriller and a harrowing sense of place,” Purcell instructed the viewers.
“I play Andie Whitford, a detective who’s transferred to the city of Damaged Ridge. As soon as there, Andie is belief right into a baffling thriller of 5 lacking individuals who’ve vanished into the wilderness.”
“It’s excessive stakes and it’s Excessive Nation. I hope you take pleasure in it.”
BINGE comedy Colin From Accounts was additionally effectively represented on the occasion, with its stars Genevieve Hegney and Helen Thompson gracing the crimson carpet, months after the present received a trio of awards on the TV Week Logies, together with Excellent Actor for Patrick Brammall, Excellent Actress for Harriet Dyer and Most Excellent Comedy Program.
Foxtel favourites Matty Fahd from Gogglebox Australia additionally walked the crimson carpet, as did Promoting Homes Australia stars Dennis Scott and Wendy Moore.
Foxtel’s trusted sports activities presenters have been additionally in full power.
Former NRL stars and Fox League presenters Braith Anasta and Hindmarsh have been in attendance, together with Fox Footy knowledgeable and former AFL star Nathan Buckley.
NRL participant Josh Addo-Carr additionally suited up for the occasion.