Margot Robbie discusses getting drunk at Logies and passing out in the toilet stalls


Margot Robbie shares grim details about getting drunk at the Logie Awards: ‘I passed out in one of the toilet stalls’

An interview with Margot Robbie about her boozy Logies experience has resurfaced on the eve of the 2022 TV Week Logie Awards

While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2019, the Australian actress, 31, revealed she once got so drunk at the Logies she ‘passed out in one of the toilet stalls’.

‘When I was 18 and it was the first one I went to, I mean it is like the Wild West. The second year I went, I got so drunk I passed out,’ Robbie told Kimmel.

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A hilarious interview with Margot Robbie, 31, (pictured) has resurfaced on the eve of the latest Logies awards. Pictured in 2022

A hilarious interview with Margot Robbie, 31, (pictured) has resurfaced on the eve of the latest Logies awards. Pictured in 2022

She was referring to the 2010 Logies ceremony. 

‘I passed out in one of the toilet stalls and I woke up and I came out and it happened to be the one hour that the (venue) closes to be cleaned.’

‘Eventually I found someone who was cleaning and they were like, “What are you doing in here?” I was like, ‘What time is it? I have to be at work.'”

While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2019, the Australian actress revealed she once got so drunk at the Logies she 'passed out in one of the toilet stalls' Pictured here at the 2010 Logie awards in question

While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2019, the Australian actress revealed she once got so drunk at the Logies she ‘passed out in one of the toilet stalls’ Pictured here at the 2010 Logie awards in question

The Wolf of Wall Street actress revealed she went directly to the Neighbours set while still wearing her evening gown.

‘The nurse at work gave me some oxygen and I felt great after that,’ she said. 

Robbie recently paid sweet tribute to the show that launched her career. 

'When I was 18 and it was the first one I went to, I mean it is like the Wild West. The second year I went, I got so drunk I passed out,' Robbie told Kimmel. Pictured at the 2009 awards

‘When I was 18 and it was the first one I went to, I mean it is like the Wild West. The second year I went, I got so drunk I passed out,’ Robbie told Kimmel. Pictured at the 2009 awards

It comes after Margot sent champagne to the Neighbours cast and crew as production wrapped for the final time in 37 years last week.

The show’s executive producer Jason Herbison announced Robbie had sent a gift of pricey bubbles.

The cast raised a toast following the end of filming on the show’s final ever day of production.

Margot recently gifted the cast and crew of long-running soap stacks of pricey champagne as they wrapped production on the show after 37 years

Margot recently gifted the cast and crew of long-running soap stacks of pricey champagne as they wrapped production on the show after 37 years

Alan Fletcher, April Rose Pengilly and Emerald Chan were among the cast to thank Robbie on Instagram for the thoughtful gift.

Robbie shot to fame in the Australian soap when she appeared as aspiring fashion designer Donna Freedman from 2008 to 2011, before swapping Melbourne for Hollywood.

She previously credited the show and said it was ‘brilliant training’ for her Hollywood career and admitted that she could never learn lines at the speed she used to during her soap days.

The cast raised a toast following the end of filming on the show's final ever day of production

The cast raised a toast following the end of filming on the show’s final ever day of production

Robbie says Neighbours was 'brilliant training' for her Hollywood career and admits she could never learn lines at the speed to she used to during her soap days. Pictured here in 2009 with co-star Jackie Woodburne

Robbie says Neighbours was ‘brilliant training’ for her Hollywood career and admits she could never learn lines at the speed to she used to during her soap days. Pictured here in 2009 with co-star Jackie Woodburne 

But she cannot believe how quickly she used to get through her scripts during her time in the serial drama.

She said: ‘I always said after walking off a soap everything would be easy after that.’

‘It was a brilliant training ground. I used to sit down with 60 pages in my lap in a morning and just fly through it, read it once. Got it. I don’t think I could do that now.’

The Birds of Prey star is also grateful for working on a soap because that time has made her more ‘aware’ of other departments when she is on a movie or a TV set.

She said: ‘I think the biggest thing about working on a soap and working with a multi-camera scenario was being so aware of every other department, and working within the bigger machine.’

The actress shot to fame in the Australian soap when she appeared as aspiring fashion designer Donna Freedman from 2008 to 2011. She is pictured here with Ian Smith who played Harold on the soap

The actress shot to fame in the Australian soap when she appeared as aspiring fashion designer Donna Freedman from 2008 to 2011. She is pictured here with Ian Smith who played Harold on the soap

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