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Aussie Talent Steps Up After Lewis Capaldi Pulls Out Of ARIAs

14 November 2022 | 8:03 am | Dan Cribb

“We’re thrilled to welcome such a massive line-up."

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Following news that Lewis Capaldi would no longer be making the 2022 ARIA Awards, Natalie Imbruglia now has some new co-hosts.

G-Flip and Ruel have stepped up, set to co-host the awards on Thursday, 24 November at The Hordern Pavilion on Gadigal land.

Additionally, some of the country's best local talent has been confirmed to present on the night, including:

Ayesha Madon, Becca Hatch, Briggs, Genesis Owusu, Illy, Jerome Farah, Josh Teskey, Kye, Lime Cordiale, Matt Gudinski, Montaigne, Peking Duk, Peter Garrett, Ruel, The Wiggles, Tones And I, Troy Cassar-Daley and Vera Blue with more to be announced

Kicking off at 7:30pm, viewers at home will be able to catch all the action from the red carpet, Premiere Show and live broadcast on Channel 9, 9Now and streaming internationally on YouTube.

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This year’s ARIAs will be the first live and in-person awards since 2019.

“We’re thrilled to welcome such a massive line-up to celebrate this year’s ARIA Award nominees live and in-person at the iconic Hordern Pavillion,” ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd said.

“The ARIA Awards are all about showing off our incredible, passionate and creative artists and industry – nominated or otherwise – and celebrating with Australian and international music fans.

“It’s also an important opportunity to reflect on another transformative year for Australian music and recognise the importance of championing homegrown music from all who create it.

“As we begin the final countdown to the Awards with ARIA Week starting Monday, I want to say a huge thank you, and congratulations, to everyone who has had a role in Australian music in 2022. We can’t wait to celebrate with you!”