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Joel also took to Instagram on Friday confirming the news.'I am truly bloody thrilled to announce I'll be heading to Ukraine to host Eurovision for Australia alongside the legendary @myfwarhurst for @sbs_australia,' he began.'Not a single sequin, laser light, hip thrust or key change will slip past my keen eye. The announcement comes just weeks after SBS released a statement with the news that Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang will not return as hosts for Eurovision 2017.
My musical education began when my dad took me to the Bardot concert when I was 11 years old and I cried tears of joy the whole show.'So I know my way around all things camp and kitsch, let me assure you!! 'Handing over to the next team on a high,' Julia confirmed in a statement released by the free-to-air network, adding that it's been 'eight amazing years.' 'Eight amazing years hosting Eurovision; what a wonderful and hilarious ride,' Julia gushed in the official statement.'Growing up in a French household in [Sydney's Bondi Junction], I fell in love with this amazing contest ever since Abba won the competition.
The Bounce – Channel Seven Kit was nominated for an APRA Screen Music Award in 2011 for the “Adam Hills Tonight In Gordon Street” ABC TV program theme.
Kit is currently recording songs which will be the first offerings of a solo project.
It didn't really feel real until the last few days when we've been talking a lot about it.
Now it's happening and it won't be on any more and I'm not sure what I'll be doing next year!
Besides getting into the patriotic flag-waving spirit and guiding Australia through our Isaiah’s journey from Semi Final 1 to fingers-crossed-hold-your-breath glory at the Grand Final, our new duo will be immersing themselves in all the wonderful, and the more wacky parts of the contest.
Myf and Joel will dive behind the scenes as 43 acts from around the world prepare to take the stage, hoping to win over the voting public and jury for those douze points. ” Joel Creasey said: “I couldn’t be more ready to accept the job of Eurovision host, and give Aussies an all-access pass that I think we truly deserve as gatecrashers.
We've had a good run and didn't want to be one of the shows that tailed off.We didn't want people to say, 'You used to have really good figures'.Seven years felt like a good time - 277 episodes."He then reminisced about his most memorable guests, saying that they had secured Alice Cooper for an appearance but when they called to confirm, he said: "I'm not coming on - I've got to play golf."Hills, who recently likened to a "dinner party", said of Australian actor and guest Geoffrey Rush: "We only knew he wanted to come on the show because we read an interview with him in which said it was one of his favourite shows and he would love to be a guest, so we immediately rang his management."Warhurst said that "one of [her] favourites" was Uncanny X-Men frontman Brian Mannix, adding: "He was amazing.The languages, the characters, the songs and the sequins have always held a warm place in my heart.'It's hard to say goodbye but thrilled to be handing over to the next team on a high - douze points,' the French-born personality continued.
Sam also confirmed the news in a statement released by SBS: 'I'd like to thank SBS for the opportunity to explore the world and share that experience with all those back home,' he said.'But there are only so many sequins, burning pianos, power ballads and singing Russian grannies one man can celebrate in a career, and the time has come for me to pass that privilege on to a new team,' he continued.
He turned it on every time he came on the show and made the same joke every time.