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On the show today…
Mariah Carey has reemerged into the world to fulfil her yearly Christmas promo duties and her first stop was an interview on The Project to spruik her new Christmas special. However, things got off to an awkward start when she greeted host Waleed Aly.
And in a landmark ruling earlier this year, Channel 7 was ordered to pay compensation to a former My Kitchen Rules contestant after she logged a workers compensation claim for psychological injury following her appearance on the show. But now the story has taken a new turn and one that could have lasting ramifications for reality TV contestants across Australia.
Plus, a new book has just been released detailing the private lives of Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. One section of the book appears to answer the most scandalous question posed in Meghan’s infamous Oprah interview and the royal family is already striking back.
Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Kee Reece
Producers: Laura Brodnik & Madeline Joannou
Audio Producer: Leah Porges
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