Tony Armstrong and Hamish Blake enjoy a post-Logies fast food feed at the airport


ABC host Tony Armstrong and Channel Nine’s Hamish Blake happily flash their Logies as they enjoy a fast food feed at the airport

Hamish Blake won Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television while Tony Armstrong picked up Most Popular New Talent during Sunday’s Logies

And on Monday, the popular television personalities showed off their gongs as they posed for a selfie together at the airport.

‘Decent enough weekend. Here’s some highlights,’ Tony, 32, captioned a gallery of photos.

ABC host Tony Armstrong and Hamish Blake showed off their gongs as they posed for a selfie together at the airport on Monday

ABC host Tony Armstrong and Hamish Blake showed off their gongs as they posed for a selfie together at the airport on Monday

One photo sees the Aussie Rules footballer-turned-ABC presenter sitting alongside the Lego Masters host at Gold Coast airport as they hold up their awards.

A cheery Armstrong can be seen smiling with his mouth open holding up his silver Logie, while Blake grips onto his gold Logie in one hand and a packet of Red Rooster chips with the other. 

Over on the table sat a large iPad and box of chicken from the fast food chain.

Another photo in the collection sees Tony, 32, dressed up in a white robe carrying two Champagne glasses and an ice bucket

Another photo in the collection sees Tony, 32, dressed up in a white robe carrying two Champagne glasses and an ice bucket

A third sees a joyful Tony posing alongside actress Deborah Mailman

A third sees a joyful Tony posing alongside actress Deborah Mailman

Another photo in the collection sees Tony dressed up in a white robe carrying two Champagne glasses and an ice bucket.

A third sees a joyful Tony posing alongside actress Deborah Mailman. 

Clasping his coveted Logie aloft on stage after being recognised as TV’s best new talent, The ABC sports juggernaut was quick to acknowledge one person in particular.

Tony was raised by his school teacher mum and has never met his father

Tony was raised by his school teacher mum and has never met his father 

‘There’s a lot of people I need to thank but first of all the old cheese… mum… Margaret Anne Armstrong… she is a superstar,’ an emotional Armstrong told the star-studded event on the Gold Coast on Sunday night.  

‘She has done everything for me and and I wouldn’t be up here without her.

‘So big thanks to her and please give her a clap, she will love it back home.’

A popular winner at Sunday night's Logies, Armstrong was crowned Best New Talent

A popular winner at Sunday night’s Logies, Armstrong was crowned Best New Talent

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