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Lauded by organisers as inspirational and innovative, the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games come to an end in a heavily criticised closing ceremony, with Channel Seven's hosts ripping into the event's organisers live on air.\r\nThe closing ceremony — which barely focused on the competitors and featured long, rambling speeches — has been slammed by athletes, the Queensland Premier and the public, prompting an apology from Commonwealth Games chairman Peter Beattie.\r\nIN GOBSMACKING footage, Channel Seven host Johanna Griggs almost burst a blood vessel as she launched a scathing take-down of the Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony live on air.\r\nTHE Commonwealth Games has officially ended in a storm of controversy with Channel 7 hosts Basil Zempilas and Jo Griggs savaging organisers of the Closing Ceremony in a heated live TV spray. The pair slammed the lack of athletes involved in the production as over two hours of entertainment rang out\r\nThe Gold Coast Games drew to a close with a glittering Closing Ceremony at the Carrara Stadium\r\nThe Commonwealth Games wrapped up at Carrara Stadium on the Gold Coast on Sunday night but viewers weren't particularly impressed with the closing ceremony.\r\nNext Commonwealth Games host city Birmingham puts on a show at the Gold Coast 2018 closing ceremony.\r\nORGANISERS of last night’s Commonwealth Games closing ceremony are today in damage control as athletes, commentators and the general public pile on.\r\nNew Zealand weightlifting gold medallist David Liti has won yet another award at the Commonwealth Games, winning the sportsmanship award at tonight's closing ceremony of the Games in the Gold Coast. After winning gold in the men's 105kg+ weightlifting division, Liti congratulated Samoan lifter\r\nWatch BBC TV coverage and follow text updates of the closing ceremony from the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.\r\n