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September 18, 2011

Loerie Awards 2011: Sunday night in pictures

The final night of the Loerie Awards 2011 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) was exhilarating to say the least. On top of a few of big winners – Cape Town’s HelloComputer and FOXP2 took home multiple coveted gold statuettes (HelloComputer also walked away with the night’s only Grand Prix award) – tonight, the feisty advertising, digital and television crowd was treated to none other than David “The Hoff” Hasselhoff, who was the night’s very entertaining MC. The Hoff was met by a standing ovation, which erupted along with the familiar theme tune of Baywatch. All photos by Ingrid Sinclair.

Click here to read more about The Hoff’s appearance tonight.

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David Hasselhoff and Cape Town Executive Mayor Patricia de Lille

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Once again it was glitz, glamour and free beer on the CTICC’s lush red carpet.

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So, who did frame Roger Rabbit ..? This beautiful singer was kitted out in a you-have-see-it-to-believe-it Jessica Rabbit outfit.

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Pixel Project’s Jean-Jacques Rossouw and Clicks Group Ltd Account Manager Olivia Thomas.

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Western Cape MEC for Finance, Economic Development and Tourism Dr Alan Winde with CTICC CEO Rashid Toefy.

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Loerie Awards CEO Andrew Human and Egg Films Director Bruno Bossi.

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Allan Gray Marketing Manager Tracy Hirst and Cape Town architect Mokena Makeka were both winners tonight.

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Cape Town’s HelloComputer took home the night’s only Grand Prix award for their groundbreaking in-store, interactive product-browsing interface for Musica.

See also

Loerie Awards 2011: Saturday night in pictures
Loerie Awards 2011: Sharing the love with Riaan Cruywagen
Loerie Awards 2011: Saturday night winners
Loeries 2011 EMI Music Battle of the Bands: The Privates International Band takes the crown!
Cape Town Mayor hosts Loeries welcome

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