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Sport Seven's Jacqui Felgate the first woman to host the AFL Brownlow Medal

13:05  18 october  2020
13:05  18 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Jacqui Felgate is the first woman to host the AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony. And ahead of the big event on Sunday, the Channel Seven sports and news reporter hoped that people who enjoy the show, regardless of who is presenting. She told The Herald Sun: 'At the end of the day it is about the players

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Jacqui Felgate is the first woman to host the AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony.

And ahead of the big event on Sunday, the Channel Seven sports and news reporter hoped that people will enjoy the show, regardless of who is presenting.

She told The Herald Sun: 'At the end of the day it is about the players and we are just there to tell that story.

a woman standing in front of a statue: Happy to be there: Jacqui Felgate (pictured) is the first woman to host the AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony. And ahead of the big event on Sunday, the Channel Seven sports and news reporter hoped that people will enjoy the show, regardless of who is presenting © Provided by Daily Mail Happy to be there: Jacqui Felgate (pictured) is the first woman to host the AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony. And ahead of the big event on Sunday, the Channel Seven sports and news reporter hoped that people will enjoy the show, regardless of who is presenting

'And whether you are a man or a woman, I just hope we do a great job. I feel like I am well prepared and I just hope everyone can enjoy the night.'

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While she admits she was worried about how the decision would be received, Jacqui says she has been overwhelmed by support.

'On social media you think "are people going to be supportive of this decision?" and I have been floored by how kind everyone has been,' she told the paper.

The journalist will host the virtual ceremony alongside Seven sports presenter Hamish McLachlan.

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The 2015 Brownlow Medal was the 88th year the award was presented to the player adjudged the fairest and best player during the Australian Football League ( AFL ) home and away season.

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It is AFL's night of nights, but this year the Brownlow Medal ceremony is going to be very different.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards ceremony is set to be held virtually with functions held at several venues in different states.

Jack Crisp and woman posing for a picture: 'Logistical nightmare': It comes after celebrity stylist Paul Versace revealed the behind-the-scenes chaos of trying to style the WAGS for the event. Pictured: Jack and Mikayla Crisp © Provided by Daily Mail 'Logistical nightmare': It comes after celebrity stylist Paul Versace revealed the behind-the-scenes chaos of trying to style the WAGS for the event. Pictured: Jack and Mikayla Crisp

Speaking to the Herald Sun, celebrity stylist Paul Versace revealed the behind-the-scenes chaos of trying to style the WAGS for the event.

'It's good, but with a week's notice and doing it in Stage Four restrictions, it's been a logistical nightmare,' he told the publication.

'It's very different to previous years, but I think they're all going to look amazing.'

The AFL Brownlow Medal airs Sunday October 18 at 7pm Live on 7mate

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Jesinta and Buddy made their dazzling Brownlow Medal debut back in 2014 and made repeat appearances at the gala over the next two years. Gold-coast born Jesinta became a household name after competing at the Miss Universe competition in 2010, where she placed second runner up.

The 2005 Brownlow Medal was the 78th year the award was presented to the player adjudged the fairest and best player during the Australian Football League ( AFL ) home and away season. Ben Cousins of the West Coast Eagles won the medal by polling twenty votes during the 2005 AFL season.

a woman wearing a dress: Tough: 'It's good, but with a week's notice and doing it in Stage Four restrictions, it's been a logistical nightmare,' he told the publication. Pictured: Britt Selwood © Provided by Daily Mail Tough: 'It's good, but with a week's notice and doing it in Stage Four restrictions, it's been a logistical nightmare,' he told the publication. Pictured: Britt Selwood Read more

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