Published: 10:24 BST, 23 April 2017 | Updated: 05:06 BST, 1 May 2017
Stars arrived for the 2017 Logie Awards on Sunday afternoon decked out in an array of eye-popping, striking and stunning looks.
But while many turned heads for all the right reasons on the red carpet, others raised eyebrows in incredibly risque, unflattering and bizarre ensembles.
The Bachelor's Alex Nation was one of the first to arrive in a very bold and bright look by Georgia Young Couture.
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Making a statement: The Real Housewives of Melbourne opted for shock factor once again on the red carpet and appeared in plunging necklines, sheer looks, golden gowns and tiered sparkly dresses
All that glitters: The Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux rearranged her very sparkly gold number at the Logies while The Biggest Loser trainer Libby Babet went for a striking fringed number
Making you blush? TV host Sylvia Jeffreys' Logies dress divided social media with one commenter likening it to a 'giant vagina'
Structured: The Bachelor's Alex Nation was one of the first to arrive in a very bold and bright look by Georgia Young Couture
Game of Thrones glam? TV presenter Gorgi Coghlan wore a very fluffy get-up by Con Ilio and admitted the garment was a little tricky to move in
But the blonde bombshell's overly structured dress distracted from her enviable physique and failed to flatter her figure.
As always, the Real Housewives of Melbourne appeared in over the top ballgowns, with Janet Roach, Gamble Breaux and Gina Liano all leaving little to the imagination in their sheer, plunging floor length dresses.
TV host Sylvia Jeffreys' Logies dress divided social media on Sunday after she hit the red carpet in a blush ruffled frock.
Heavy on the floral: TV presenter Jessica Rowe covered up in this heavily floral embellished black lace dress by flamboyant designer Romance Was Born while Olympia Valance wore a rose-stamped creation by Con Ilio
Bright birds: Actress Claudia Karvan wore an 00 Romance Was Born dress embellished with bright parrot motifs made from beads
Going for bold: TV host Jan Fran opted for a very striking and structured yellow ensemble, while Lauren Phillips wore a billowing floral gown with a daring thigh high split
Statements in white and pink: Jessica Mauboy channeled a bridal look in her textured white gown by Toni Maticevski, Jodie Anasta left little to the imagination in J'Aton Couture with a pussy bow and Kate Peck wore a sheer Vera Wang white dress over a corset
Candid in creams: Actress Yael Stone looked more summer soiree than red carpet while Sarah Harris' George Elsissa gown was a little top heavy and lost its red carpet impact below the waist
Bold two-pieces: Television personality Valene Kane and Susie Elelman both wore quirky two-piece looks on the carpet
Gothic chic? Morning TV stars Lisa Wilkinson and Kylie Gillies and actress Michala Banas looked more gothic than glam when they stepped onto the red carpet
Several Twitter users mercilessly mocked the frock, saying they thought the dress looked like a certain part of the anatomy.
'Is @SylviaJeffreys a giant vagina? I do like that she recycled Nanna's pink velveteen bedspread from '86 into her wearable vagina. #LOGIES' one wrote.
Lydia Schiavello donned an unusual maroon tiered dress while Jackie Gillies wore a red off the shoulder dress with a very daring split up the centre.
Poignant in purple: TV personality Harriet Dyer stepped out in an unusual purple fringe number by Philippa Galasso, Keira Maguire donned a purple look with large fringed sleeves and Dannii Minogue wore a sparkly Christalea gown that ensured she stood out from the crowd
Penny McNamee channeled a princess in this extravagant dress, but the intricate look was a little impractical and was perhaps more suited to a castle than a carpet
Leaving little to the imagination: Both Monika Radulovic and Mavournee Hazel donned sparkling gowns that, at the wrong angle, could have made for a very awkward red carpet moment
Singer Jessica Mauboy channeled a bridal look for the occasion in a textured white gown by Toni Maticevski - but the over the top number overwhelmed the singer's figure and looked more awkward than alluring.
Other sartorial statements included a very risque pastel J'Aton Couture number worn by Jodie Anasta and a Vera Wang sheer white dress over a custom made corset by Kate Peck.
TV host Jessica Rowe took a risk in a cherry blossom embellished dress by Romance Was Born - but the daring black dress looked a little heavy and she appeared to have trouble walking in her ill-fitting black heels.
Also opting for Romance Was Born was actress Claudia Karvan, whose 00 dress was embellished with bright parrot motifs made from beads.
Cool colours: Patti Newton and daughter Lauren embraced a range of colours as they hit the red carpet - with Patti donning a sparkling gold jacket and Lauren in a multi-coloured dress
Curious choice: Bonnie Sveen's grey two-piece look washed her out and looked a little uncomfortable to wear as she posed for photos on the carpet
Dividing fans: While Delta Goodrem's hair and make up were stunning, the daring thigh-high splits in her dress failed to flatter her legs at certain angles and Bec Judd's J'Aton Couture frock was a fashion risk and featured an elaborate ruffled front
Both Delta Goodrem and Bec Judd divided social media with their frocks.
Delta appeared on the red carpet in a red Steven Khalil dress and while her hair and make up were stunning, the daring thigh-high splits in the dress failed to flatter her legs at certain angles.
Bec Judd's J'Aton Couture frock was a fashion risk and featured an elaborate ruffled front and clashing pink and red lace.
And while her soft curls and make up could not be faulted, the long-sleeved sheer lace design divided social media - the bold creation both praised and criticised by fans.
The 59th Annual TV Week Logie Awards was hosted by comedian David Hughes and kicked off on Channel Nine at 7.30pm.