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Sunrise star Nat Barr’s unexpected Home and Away ‘audition’ at Logies stuns

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The Sunrise co-host did not hold back in a dramatic red carpet moment.

She was attending TV’s night of nights, the TV WEEK Logie Awards, but Sunrise actress Nat Barr received more than she bargained for on the red carpet.

The morning TV personality was approached by Home and Away personnel as she arrived at the annual awards ceremony at The Star in Sydney, with an odd request.

They wanted her to participate in a sham ‘audition’ for the popular Channel 7 soap.

Nat could be seen giving it her all in a video labelled “Home and Away auditions,” as she attempted to act out a scenario, delivering a line that might easily have been written for Home and Away fave Lynne McGranger.

“Flippin’ heck, girlie, I didn’t come down in the last shower!”

The media celebrity performed a passionate rendition of the statement, showcasing her acting abilities.

Nat wasn’t the only celebrity willing to try it.

Nat’s co-host Matt Shirvington was up next, yelling to the camera, “You flaming galah, get out of my surf club!”

Jackie ‘O’ Henderson gave the same line as Nat, her gaze fixed on the camera the entire time.

Her blonde hair was curled over her shoulders and she looked stunning in a crimson strapless dress.

Michael Usher of 7NEWS was up next, displaying a voice drastically different from the one listeners are used to hearing during his newscast.

AGT and Australian Idol host Ricki-Lee Coulter, The Chase star Issa Schultz, and SAS Australia’s Ant Middleton were also seen attempting the lines.

During the Logies ceremony, the actual cast of Home and Away won another Logie award, this time for Most Popular Drama Series for the second year in a row.

With this triumph, Home and Away broke the record for the most Logies won by a TV series, with nine.

As the entire group gathered on stage, actress Georgie Parker made the address, calling the victory “pretty incredible.”

“Australian drama and comedy are on fire right now, and there is so much for you to engage in,” she remarked.

“TV Week thank you for giving us this night where we can celebrate our industry, Channel 7 thank you for your endless support, for your enthusiasm and support of Australian drama.

“To our beloved crew, you make every day worthwhile. To everyone who makes this colossal show happen every week, thank you so much!

“To our fans near and far, some of you have been with us for multiple decades, thank you for giving us something to work so hard for and celebrate tonight.

“We literally do this for you.”

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