Yahoo Australia is on the red carpet for the 63rd TV WEEK Logie Awards, chatting with all your favourite Aussie stars!
INTERVIEWER: It's intense. I'm sweating. This, is this leather? Are you hot in this?
ALLY LANGDON: It's leather. I thought, you know what, it's end of July. Leather will be fine, but it's a little bit warm.
INTERVIEWER: It's Sydney, hot.
ALLY LANGDON: But you know what, the benefits outweigh the negatives, because if someone spills red wine, I'll just wipe it off.
INTERVIEWER: If there's a mass moment, you're ready for it.
ALLY LANGDON: That's it. I actually kind of want to get caught in a mass moment. I've never had wine thrown in my face.
INTERVIEWER: So that's like, bring out the wine.
How does it feel being here at the Logies, I guess celebrating Australian TV with all your colleagues?
ALLY LANGDON: I love it. I love it for 364 days of the year, we wear sneakers, and we wear high heels one night, and just seeing everyone from all the other networks and celebrating a what an awesome job that we all have and a great industry to work in. It's really fun. And how cool, like how many people have come out just see sort of-- to have, you know, a curve really or have a look at what's going on. It's so much fun.
INTERVIEWER: And because we're celebrating Australian TV, we're asking everyone who or what inspired them to get into the world of TV.
ALLY LANGDON: OK, so like young girl growing up in country New South Wales, it was watching the likes of Yarn Events on television and wanted to be a 60 Minutes Reporter, which I end up doing for 10 years, then just seeing the likes of like Trace, Liz Hayes, all these brilliant women doing this awesome job and traveling the world. It's like, I want to do that. And I never ever, for one day, take it for granted, how awesome this job is, and what a privilege it is to be able to do it.
INTERVIEWER: How is your sleep schedule now as well? I can imagine that's just completely different.
ALLY LANGDON: My husband just told someone, because he's here with me tonight, she's far more amenable now that She doesn't work mornings, which I think means-- I think that explains, I'm sleeping a lot more and I'm much nicer to be around.