Larry Emdur’s Logie campaign falters due to embarrassing typo

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Larry Emdur’s Gold Logie campaign has almost been derailed thanks to an awkward typo. 

The beloved host of The Morning Show took to social media to celebrate his milestone nomination following the announcement on Sunday. 

In a playful post, Larry held up a placard that was meant to read ‘#Larry’s hit’, however a missing apostrophe and lack of spacing created an epic social media blunder, with the sign reading ‘#Larryshit’. 

‘So many amazing people have had a hit and I’m thrilled it’s my turn to have a hit,’ he wrote, embracing the hilarious typo. 

Fans and celebrity friends quickly joined in the fun.

Larry Emdur’s Logie campaign falters due to embarrassing typo

Larry Emdur ‘s Gold Logie campaign has almost been derailed thanks to an awkward typo. Pictured 

In a playful post, Larry held up a placard that was meant to read '#Larry's hit', however a missing apostrophe and lack of spacing created an epic social media blunder, with the sign reading '#Larryshit'

In a playful post, Larry held up a placard that was meant to read ‘#Larry’s hit’, however a missing apostrophe and lack of spacing created an epic social media blunder, with the sign reading ‘#Larryshit’ 

Singer Ronan Keating congratulated him, while former Seven presenter Sally Obermeder wrote, ‘Love you Laz!’

Comments ranged from laughter at the typo to heartfelt congratulations.  

Earlier, Larry had shared his excitement about the nomination, reflecting on his extensive career.

‘Over 40 years I’ve hosted great shows for you and a fair share of s*** shows for you, and not much in the world of TV rattles me but this nomination has completely bowled me over,’ he admitted.

His co-host Kylie Gillies and other notable personalities like Matt Shirvington and Grant Denyer also expressed their support, urging fans to vote for Larry.

‘Biggest congratulations on the nomination Laz which I know means so much to you,’ Kylie wrote, rallying support for her colleague.

The 2024 TV Week Logie Awards nominations were announced on Sunday night and the event will take place in Sydney on August 18. 

The beloved host of The Morning Show took to social media to celebrate his milestone nomination following the announcement on Sunday. Pictured with Sonia Kruger

The beloved host of The Morning Show took to social media to celebrate his milestone nomination following the announcement on Sunday. Pictured with Sonia Kruger 

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