This week Celine Dion, Vance Joy, Ross Noble and Missy Higgins lead a very big week of The Project.
In an Australian television exclusive, Celine Dion sits down withThe Sunday Project’s Lisa Wilkinson in Las Vegas. With the mega-star due to tour Australia for the first time in a decade, Celine covers all manner of topics in this candid interview, from the loss of her husband to her love for Australia’s own John Farnham.
Following 14 sell-out tours, one of the world’s most acclaimed stand-up comics, Ross Noble, is back in Australia with another mind-blowing show, El Hablador. The king of improv drops by the studio on Monday night and is sure to keep the guys at the desk on their toes.
Missy Higgins is back with a quirky new single Futon Couch, aptly named after the place she was sitting when she first met her now-husband. She will join us at the desk on Tuesday night and we will find out how she’s feeling about being Ed Sheeran’s “special guest” when he embarks on his Australian tour next month.
Following the theme of Aussie singers and songwriters, Vance Joy is live in studio on Wednesday. With his hotly-anticipated album, Nation of Two, being released next Friday, Joy has also announced an international tour that will head to Australia later this year.
Plus Hamish Macdonald, Rachel Corbett, Steve Price, Gorgi Coghlan, Fifi Box, Ryan “Fitzy” Fitzgerald and Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann join the panel across the week.
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