Blalock's T'Pol Wins Spacey Award

By Michelle
April 19, 2004 - 10:12 PM

For the second year in a row, Jolene Blalock has won a Spacey Award, though this year her triumph comes in a category with a somewhat more dignified title.

Blalock, who plays T'Pol on Star Trek: Enterprise, was cited for playing the Most Popular Female Character, according to Canada NewsWire. Last year her award was for "Female Hottie" instead.

The second annual Spaceys, honouring "the finest in science fiction and fantasy entertainment", were announced on Space: The Imagination Station from Toronto.

Blalock's character beat Smallville's Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) and Alias' Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner), among others.

The award was presented by Farscape actor Ben Browder, who discussed the prospects for that popular series' revival.

Blalock accepted her award personally.

Enterprise, however, was defeated i the favourite TV series category by Angel.

TRexx reported that Enterprise also won a "Wardrobe Malfunction" Award for "Harbinger", in which T'Pol's nightgown fell away, leaving her naked.

The full listing of awards, including several more for Peter Jackson and his Lord of the Rings films, may be found here. Transcripts and images may be found here at a later date.

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