The Project July 8-13

it is a jam packed week of guests on The Project this week. 

Kicking off with New Zealand actor Temuera Morrison live in studio on The Sunday Project. The Star Wars and Once Were Warriors actor is here for the world premiere of his latest film, the highly anticipated Australian sci-fi action film, Occupation. 

Troye Sivan drops by on Monday night. Since he was last on The Project back in March, he has announced a US tour, hit the stage with Taylor Swift, dropped his new single, Bloom and collaborated with Ariana Grande. We are lucky to have him back in Oz ahead of his August 31 album release.

On Tuesday night we are joined by Bebe Rexha, named one of Billboard’s most daring artists of 2017. Having accumulated over 11 million overall single sales, 3.35 billion total global streams and a radio audience of over 10 billion, she shows no sign of slowing down, with her latest single, Meant To Be with Florida Georgia Line, having amassed over 680 million global streams to date.

It is a big week for Queensland indie singer-songwriter Amy Shark who will join the desk on Thursday. Shark is squeezing us in between a pre-match performance at the final State of Origin game of the year on Wednesday night and the release of her full-length debut album, Love Monster on Friday.

Blogging queen Constance Hall takes a break from her newborn to join the desk on Friday night. In just over two years since launching her blog, she now has a social media reach of over six million people a month. Dubbed as the queen of honesty, her latest book, Still a Queen, is the follow up memoir to her hugely successful self-published debut which saw Constance credited as one of the highest selling authors of 2016.

You will see all these big guests on The Project first, plus Hamish Macdonald, Tommy Little, Sarah Harris, Rachel Corbett, Rove McManus, Nicole Livingstone, Jo Stanley, Dave Thornton and Gorgi Coghlan join the panel across the week.