Rachel Griffiths, Genevieve Morris, Julian Clary, Miranda Kerr and Rhys Darby are all guests on The Project this week.
A brand new Australian comedy set in the besieged suburban childcare centre Big Oak is about to bring the laughs, as the adults behave more like children than the children. Little Acorns is a bold new nine-part workplace comedy and two of the show’s stars, Rachel Griffiths and Genevieve Morris, join us live at the desk on Monday night.
Comedian, broadcaster and author Julian Clary is a British national trinket and a dear and faithful friend of Australia. Julian returns to our shores with his new show, The Joy of Mincing, which celebrates his 30 years as a camp comedian. Julian joins us in the studio on Tuesday night.
Tommy Little catches up with one of the most famous supermodels in the world, Miranda Kerr. Tommy visits the Victoria’s Secret Angel at her Malibu home for a glimpse inside her glamorous world and to chat sleepovers, swimwear and her Snapchat founder fiancé, Evan Spiegel.
We wrap up the week with Kiwi actor and comedian Rhys Darby, who joins us at the desk to talk about his remarkable career ahead of his show at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Sydney.
Plus Sarrah Le Marquand, Fifi Box, Gretel Killeen, Ryan “Fitzy” Fitzgerald, Hamish Macdonald, Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann, Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie are on the desk across the week.
The Project airs 6:30 pm Weeknights on Ten