It could be double wins for Carrie Bickmore in the 57th TV Week Logie Awards, according to TV Tonight‘s Tip the Logies survey.
Readers have voted The Project star to take out both Gold and Silver tonight.
This is the fourth year she has been nominated for Gold after winning Most Popular New Female Talent in 2010.
Bickmore, who is currently on maternity leave from The Project, is pitted against four other personalities, all of whom have been nominated before: Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Asher Keddie, Stephen Peacocke and 2014 Gold winner Scott Cam.
Readers have overwhelmingly chosen Bickmore ahead of her contenders and also given her the nod for Most Popular Presenter.
The results are good news for three commercial networks, with wins shared amongst Seven, Nine and TEN.
Stephen Peacocke was a clear win for Most Popular Actor according to readers, which would repeat his 2013 success if it came to be realised.
Similarly, Asher Keddie remains the runaway favourite as Most Popular Actress for Offspring / Party Tricks, an award she has won since 2011.
Seven’s My Kitchen Rules dominated the Most Popular Reality category, according to readers.
In all six categories (Gold, Presenter, Actor, Actress, Reality) the Favourite was more than twice their nearest competitor.
In other categories the results were tighter:
Offspring managed to finish in front in the Most Popular Drama category.
Nine’s Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year South America is the favourite for the Most Popular Entertainment award while the NRL Footy Show edged ahead as Most Popular Sports.
Perennial Better Homes and Gardens is the tip for Most Popular Lifestyle and Samantha Jade from INXS: Never Tear Us Apart looks set for a nod as Most Popular New Talent.
A Tiebreaker question for Most Outstanding Drama Series gives it to Foxtel’s Wentworth -also more than double the competition.
There were over 300 votes in this year’s Tip the Logies contest.
A winner of a DVD / Games package will be announced soon.
UPDATE: Readers correctly tipped 7 of 11 categories, including the Gold Logie.