Hamish and andy dating show
"The show, if you haven't caught it, uses science to significantly match together couples that are a flat out success," they informed the audience at Melbourne's Crown Palladium.
"Like, it doesn't fail, it is science." The duo labelled the series as "the biggest show in the reality stable" before revealing to viewers that they have used the show's research team to analyse every person in the room to establish their "perfect match." First up was Waleed Aly. "Her perfect match is Nine newsreader Tony Jones," Andy said, before recalling the infamous on-air almost-kiss between the two.
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"She would have to make that hard decision of what she wants to focus on," commentator and editor of Media Week James Manning told au.
IT' S the show she's hosted for eight years, but Carrie Bickmore could soon be facing a huge decision about her future on The Project.The duo attribute their radio show’s popularity to a lack of planning and their own genuine friendship. We don’t really tell each other anything we’re going to say.They also talks to me about their favourite moment on radio and their troubles with “grumpy” celebrities. Hamish: We come down to our local Lebanese restaurant and we order a giant platter of mixed meats [laughs]. Oh really – there not much preparation before the show?"Hosting maybe a Friday every week or just doing occasional weeks."Or, a wildcard is that Ten could also have another project in mind for her that might be a weekly program for her.