Chris Isaak, Michelle Bridges, Ross Noble and Dannii Minogue are all on The Projrct this week.
With a career spanning three decades, Chris Isaak’s star continues to shine brightly. Chris drops by the studio to talk about his latest album, First Comes The Night, and his upcoming national tour.
In her first television interview since giving birth to baby Axel, Michelle Bridges joins us at the desk to talk about the release of her latest book, Make It Happen: Live Your Life Best. Her most personal book yet, Michelle shares stories from every stage of her life. Plus, we will find out how Michelle is enjoying motherhood.
One of the world’s most-loved comedians, Ross Noble, drops by to chat about his new comedy show, Brain Dump, ahead of his Australian tour.
Dannii Minogue visits to tell us about a made-for-mums charity that needs our help. Established in 2009, St Kilda Mums distributes pre-loved baby goods and nursery equipment to thousands of battling families. Dannii meets the founder of this amazing group of volunteers and talks to the people who give up their time to help those less fortunate. The generosity of strangers has led to the charity running out of space and they need help to expand and continues their great work.
We catch up with George Clooney to find out about his latest film, Hail Caesar, which opens in cinemas next week.
Plus Steve Price, Fifi Box, Ryan “Fitzy” Fitzgerald, Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann, Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie are with us across the week.
The Project airs 6:30 pm weeknights on Ten.