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COVID can’t stop Brownlow WAGs glamour

The red carpet may be gathering dust this Brownlow with the socially distanced venues around the country, but it hasn’t stopped players and WAGs from bringing on the glitz and glam.While the paparazzi aren’t out getting the pics, players have taken to social media to show that they can regardless scrub up pretty well.Watch the…

The red carpet may be gathering dust this Brownlow with the socially distanced venues around the country, but it hasn’t stopped players and WAGs from bringing on the glitz and glam.

While the paparazzi aren’t out getting the pics, players have taken to social media to show that they can regardless scrub up pretty well.

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Christian Petracca and his girlfriend Bella Beischer are on the Gold Coast with the Demons star firming as the dark horse to steal the Brownlow from the Lions’ Lachie Neale.

Neale and his wife Julie were also on hand with the Lions midfielder admitting he was felling pretty flat.

West Coast shared a pic of Luke and Dani Shuey as well.

The Vineys were looking glamorous, but hadn’t gotten into the car yet.

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And it was just the start, as players and their significant others descended on the festivities around the country.

The 2020 Brownlow Medal will have a very new look with the virtual ceremony set to have the first female co-host of the event.

AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan will read the votes from the Gold Coast, but he will be one of the limited few in the room at Metricon Stadium.

Eighty players and their partners are scattered across six venues, so there will be a bit more formality, but far from the Crown Casino glitz and glam normally seen.

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