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A very Big 21st birthday

By SEVEN

New housemates face off against Big Brother royalty

Hello Australia. Big Brother is back and ready to celebrate his 21st birthday with a thrilling new season and even more exciting guest list, coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

Twenty-one housemates will be invited into the Big Brother house; including some of the biggest, noisiest and most-loved housemates from the past facing off against a new breed of young, hungry housemate in the ultimate showdown.

One massive celebration every step of the way, this party promises an explosive mix of huge characters, heart-warming nostalgia and the devilish twists and turns of Big Brother’s modern game.

Everything that has ever happened has been leading to this. Can the new housemates outwit Big Brother royalty? Who will rise to become the greatest housemate of all time?

The Big Brother royalty include:

Dave Graham, 42 – 2006 housemate
Anthony Drew, 33 – 2013 housemate 
Estelle Landy, 33 – 2012 housemate
Layla Subritzky, 33 – 2012 runner-up
Reggie Bird, 42 – 2003 winner
Tim Dormer, 37 – 2013 winner
Trevor Butler, 48 – 2004 winner
Tully Smyth, 34 – 2013 housemate

The first five new housemates are:

Aleisha, 24 – Entrepreneur
Joel, 26 – Fitness fanatic
Johnson, 25 – Big Brother superfan
Josh, 32 – Ex international model 
Sam, 31 – Intimacy coach

Think you know Big Brother’s game? Think again.

Big Brother starts Monday 9 May on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Professional jockey sings from the heart

By SEVEN

Diamond in the rough shines on The Voice

The talent keeps racing out of the stables when Australia’s #1 entertainment program of 2021, The Voice, returns Monday,18 April on Channel 7 and 7plus 

Professional jockey Robbie Dolan moved to Australia from Ireland in 2016, but when the 26 year old steps onto The Voice stage, all bets are off.

The multiple Group-1-winning jockey, who has no professional singing training, admits: 

I don’t know anything technical about music, but I’ve always been singing in the car, on the way to the races and in the shower.

I’m not too sure if I can even sing well enough for something like this. I just know that I love singing, it’s definitely from the heart.

Robbie Dolan, Professional Jockey

Robbie’s incredible rendition of James Bay’s Let It Go stuns superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy – proving this jockey has true talent off the track.

That’s what this show is about; actually finding people who don’t know how good they are.

Guy Sebastian

Will this diamond in the rough become a frontrunner on The Voice

Don’t miss the inspirational new season of The Voice, Monday, 18 April on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The Voice premieres Monday, 18 April on Channel 7 and 7plus

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The Voice set to soar

By SEVEN

Superstar coaches left in awe by amazing performance

The world’s biggest singing competition and Australia’s #1 entertainment program of 2021, The Voice, is back, returning soon to Channel 7 and 7plus soon.  

Ready to unearth Australia’s next singing sensation and reclaiming their iconic spinning red chairs for another season of fierce competition are ARIA and GRAMMY© Award winner Keith Urban, UK hit machine Rita Ora, mega-selling, singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian and singing and acting sensation Jessica Mauboy. 

The calibre of performers stepping up to The Voice stage is higher than ever, but one phenomenal female voice has all four superstar coaches in awe, asking “Whose voice is it”?

From pop and rock to soul, country, R&B and every genre in between, The Voice will again see the nation’s greatest voices perform on the biggest stage in Australia. Expect spine-tingling performances, epic chair-turning moments and standing ovations as music dreams become reality.   

With over 60 talented Artists ready to share their voice, what will it take to turn the coaches’ chairs this season?  

What will get me the most is when I feel something; when there’s a truth in their voice that speaks to me beyond the sound of just their vocal and I’m able to feel it deeply.

Keith Urban

I’m listening for passion. I want to hear how much the person loves to sing and their passion for their artistry.

Rita Ora

Last year’s winning coach, Guy is searching for that one-in-a-million voice.

Special voices are rare, and it is worth fighting for as a coach when you hear it. 

Guy Sebastian

For Jess, it’s the artist’s connection with the song and how they tell their own story within the performance.

I want them to make me jump out of my chair to learn more about them as an artist.

Jessica Mauboy

One of the most successful television shows in the world, the 11th Australian season of The Voice is hosted by Sonia Kruger and is poised to uncover some of the world’s most incredible performers, all vying to be crowned the 2022 series winner.

Don’t miss the incredible new season of The Voice, coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

The Voice is coming soon on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Hold your breath

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New SAS Australia explodes onto screens 7.30pm tonight

Raw. Riveting. Real as it gets. The explosive new season of SAS Australia starts 7.30pm tonight on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Hold your breath as 17 Aussie celebrities take on a gruelling series of physical and psychological tests from the real SAS selection process, including 14 dangerous new tasks.

Nothing out there teaches you about yourself in such a short amount of time than this selection process.

Every man and every woman are capable of more than they will ever know. We are going to change a few lives.

Ant Middleton, Chief Instructor

Middleton is joined by returning DS (Directing Staff) Ollie Ollerton, retired US Navy SEAL Clint Emerson and former British Special Forces soldier Dean Stott to guide recruits through the most gruelling course yet.

The DS will push the celebrities beyond their limits, subjecting them to extreme physical endurance, sleep deprivation, interrogation and psychological testing. Some will reach breaking point and withdraw. Who will have the mental strength to tough it out to the end?

The star recruits attempting to pass selection on the new season of SAS Australia are:

  • Anna Heinrich, 34 – TV Personality
  • Barry Hall, 44 – AFL Great
  • Darius Boyd, 34 – Retired NRL Star
  • Ebanie Bridges, 35 – Champion Boxer
  • Ellia Green, 28 – Rugby Superstar
  • Geoff Huegill, 42 – Olympic Swimming Legend
  • Locky Gilbert, 32 – Reality TV Star
  • Melissa Tkautz, 47 – Singer / Actor
  • Melissa Wu, 29 – Olympic Diver
  • Michael Zerafa, 29 – Professional Boxer
  • Millie Boyle, 23 – NRLW Player
  • Orpheus Pledger, 28 – Actor
  • Pauly Fenech, 51 – Comedian
  • Riana Crehan, 34 – Motorsports Presenter
  • Richard Buttrose, 49 – Convicted Drug Dealer
  • Simone Holtznagel, 28 – Model
  • Wayne Carey, 50 – AFL Commentator

SAS Australia 7.30pm Monday-Wednesday on Channel 7 and 7plus

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What doesn’t kill you, makes you

By SEVEN

New SAS Australia starts Monday after the Olympics

The Seven Network today announced the addictive new season of SAS Australia premieres 7.30pm Monday, 21 February on Channel 7 and 7plus.

SAS Australia sees 17 Aussie celebrities embark on a life-changing experience – a gruelling series of physical and psychological tests from the rest SAS selection process.

These Aussie celebrities will be cut off from the outside world at a brand-new base in unforgiving jungle terrain, bordered by wild seas, dramatic cliff faces and rugged rocky outcrops.

There, they will eat, sleep and train together in punishing conditions, with no allowances or exceptions made for their celebrity status or gender.

Guiding recruits through the most gruelling course yet is Chief Instructor Ant Middleton and returning DS Ollie Ollerton, joined for the first time by retired US Navy SEAL Clint Emerson and former British Special Forces soldier Dean Stott.

The DS will push the celebrities beyond their limits, subjecting them to extreme physical endurance, sleep deprivation, interrogation and psychological testing. Some recruits will reach breaking point and withdraw. Who will have the mental strength to tough it out to the end?

The star recruits attempting to pass selection on the new season of SAS Australia are:

  • Anna Heinrich, 34 – TV Personality
  • Barry Hall, 44 – AFL Great
  • Darius Boyd, 34 – Retired NRL Star
  • Ebanie Bridges, 35 – Champion Boxer
  • Ellia Green, 28 – Rugby Superstar
  • Geoff Huegill, 42 – Olympic Swimming Legend
  • Locky Gilbert, 32 – Reality TV Star
  • Melissa Tkautz, 47 – Singer / Actor
  • Melissa Wu, 29 – Olympic Diver
  • Michael Zerafa, 29 – Professional Boxer
  • Millie Boyle, 23 – NRLW Player
  • Orpheus Pledger, 28 – Actor
  • Pauly Fenech, 51 – Comedian
  • Riana Crehan, 34 – Motorsports Presenter
  • Richard Buttrose, 49 – Convicted Drug Dealer
  • Simone Holtznagel, 28 – Model
  • Wayne Carey, 50 – AFL Commentator

SAS Australia starts 7.30pm Monday, 21 February on Channel 7 and 7plus

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All hail the queen!

By SEVEN

Will Courtney get their act together on the dancefloor?

Courtney Act aka Shane Jenek made television history when they ditched the drag and appeared as one half of the world’s first same-sex pairing on the dancefloor.

Now the 2019 runner-up is back to do it all again when Dancing With The Stars: All Stars premieres on Sunday, 20 February on Channel 7 and 7plus.

This time, I’m out for blood, on the dancefloor. 

Courtney Act, former Australian IdolCelebrity Big Brother UK winner and RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant

Not the one for resting their stilettoed laurels, this iconic Aussie drag queen is gearing up to conquer one more title.

Hosted by Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger, champions from the past 17 seasons – as well as four wild card entrants – will face highs and lows as they battle it out for their chance to take home the coveted mirror ball trophy in 2022.

After weeks of intensive training, the most talented season of dancers ever to appear on the show will face the judgment of returning panel Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson.

The Dancing With The Stars: All Stars cast includes:

  • Angie Kent – 2020 favourite
  • Anthony Koutoufides – 2006 winner
  • Bridie Carter – 2007 winner
  • Cameron Daddo – Wild Card
  • Courtney Act – 2019 runner up
  • David Rodan – 2014 winner
  • Deni Hines – Wild card
  • Grant Denyer – 2006 winner
  • Kris Smith – Wild card
  • Kylie Gillies – 2009 Grand finalist
  • Olympia Valance – 2019 favourite
  • Ricki-Lee – 2014 Grand finalist
  • Robb Mills – 2009 favourite
  • Sam Mac – Wild card

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars premieres Sunday, 20 February on Channel 7 and 7plus

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It’s showtime!

By SEVEN

All Stars hit the dancefloor Sunday, 20 February

Dust off those dancing shoes because the shining stars, glittery costumes and magical moves are making their way back to the dancefloor for the second season of Dancing With The Stars: All Stars, premiering Sunday, 20 February on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Hosted by Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger, champions from the past 17 seasons – as well as four wild card entrants – will face highs and lows as they battle it out for their chance to take home the coveted mirror ball trophy in 2022.

After weeks of intensive training, the most talented season of dancers ever to appear on the show will face the judgment of returning panel Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson.

The Dancing With The Stars: All Stars cast includes:

  • Angie Kent – 2020 favourite
  • Anthony Koutoufides – 2006 winner
  • Bridie Carter – 2007 winner
  • Cameron Daddo – Wild Card
  • Courtney Act – 2019 runner up
  • David Rodan – 2014 winner
  • Deni Hines – Wild card
  • Grant Denyer – 2006 winner
  • Kris Smith – Wild card
  • Kylie Gillies – 2009 Grand finalist
  • Olympia Valance – 2019 favourite
  • Ricki-Lee – 2014 Grand finalist
  • Robb Mills – 2009 favourite
  • Sam Mac – Wild card

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars premieres Sunday, 20 February on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Dancing With the Stars: All Stars take on The Chase

By SEVEN

Will it be murder on the dancefloor for the Supernerd?

They’re All Stars on the dancefloor, but can they outfox-trot The Supernerd? Find out when The Chase Dancing With The Stars: All Stars edition premieres 5.00pm Monday, 14 February on Channel 7 and 7plus.

In the special event, Dancing With the Stars: All Stars’ Kylie Gillies, Ricki-Lee, Grant Denyer and Todd McKenney will need more than fancy footwork to tango with this fast-paced race of razor-sharp trivia.

Refusing to be overshadowed by any shining stars:

“You’re on my turf here, so watch out!”

The Supernerd

The Chase host and former Dancing With the Stars contestant, Larry Emdur, says the upcoming special episode is not to be missed!

This has got to be one of my favourite episodes of The Chase. They were all behaving like naughty, out-of-control school kids.

Ricki-Lee was awesome fun. We all got the chance to judge Todd and, of course, it was great to see Kylie sweat a little. And seeing Grant try to be a contestant instead of a host was uncomfortably fabulous!”

Larry Emdur

The Chase is an ITV Studios Australia production for the Seven Network based on the original ITV quiz show.

The Dancing With The Stars: All Stars cast includes:

  • Angie Kent – 2020 favourite
  • Anthony Koutoufides – 2006 winner
  • Bridie Carter – 2007 winner
  • Cameron Daddo – Wild Card
  • Courtney Act – 2019 runner up
  • David Rodan – 2014 winner
  • Deni Hines – Wild card
  • Grant Denyer – 2006 winner
  • Kris Smith – Wild card
  • Kylie Gillies – 2009 Grand finalist
  • Olympia Valance – 2019 favourite
  • Ricki-Lee – 2014 Grand finalist
  • Robb Mills – 2009 favourite
  • Sam Mac – Wild card

The Chase Dancing With the Stars: All Stars premieres 5.00pm next Monday, 14 February on Channel 7 and 7plus

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars premieres Sunday, 20 February on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Get ready to roar!

By SEVEN

The Voice coaches soar in new film clip

Get ready to roar! Superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy have recorded an epic promo to mark the upcoming season return of 2021’s #1 entertainment program, The Voice, coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

Inthesnappy, feel-good film clip directed by ARIA award-winning filmmaker James Chappell, the coaches lend their striking vocals to Katy Perry’s much-loved anthem Roar as they perform on a custom-built, neon-lit stage surrounded bydazzlingfireworks and a sea of over 100 dancers. 

Known for discovering and nurturing new artists, including 2021 series champion Bella Taylor Smith, The Voice is set to make more dreams come true in 2022 with even more life-changing, spectacular chair-turning moments.

One of the most successful formats in the world, the new season of Seven’s The Voice will be hosted by Sonia Kruger and features surprising new twists, plus the strongest ever line-up of artists competing to be crowned the winner.

Don’t miss the next explosive season of The Voice, returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

The Voice is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus

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In the deep end

By SEVEN

Olympic diver Melissa Wu will not let size stand in her way

Olympian Melissa Wu reeks of determination in an all-new sneak peek of the upcoming season of SAS Australia, starting this month on Channel 7 and 7plus.

I am the person that won’t give up

Melissa Wu

Says the four-time Olympic Games and four-time Commonwealth Games athlete.

At just over five feet tall (153 centimetres), Melissa has enjoyed success in her 19-year diving career, including Olympic Silver, Olympic Bronze, Commonwealth Gold and Commonwealth Silver medals.

But in distressing scenes, it seems Melissa may have met her match on the SAS course, as she’s seen slamming head first into the ground while exiting a gassing drill, with Chief Instructor Ant Middleton calling for medical assistance.

I may not be the tallest or the strongest.
But what matters is that you keep bouncing back.

Melissa Wu

Melissa is one of 17 Aussie celebrities embarking on a life-changing experience – a gruelling series of physical and psychological tests from the rest SAS selection process.

These Aussie celebrities will be cut off from the outside world at a brand-new base in unforgiving jungle terrain, bordered by wild seas, dramatic cliff faces and rugged rocky outcrops.

There, they will eat, sleep and train together in punishing conditions, with no allowances or exceptions made for their celebrity status or gender.

Guiding recruits through the most gruelling course yet is Ant Middleton and returning DS Ollie Ollerton, joined for the first time by retired US Navy SEAL Clint Emerson and former British Special Forces soldier Dean Stott. The DS will push the celebrities beyond their limits, subjecting them to extreme physical endurance, sleep deprivation, interrogation and psychological testing. Some recruits will reach breaking point and withdraw. Who will have the mental strength to tough it out to the end?

The star recruits attempting to pass selection on the new season of SAS Australia are:

  • Anna Heinrich, 34 – TV Personality
  • Barry Hall, 44 – AFL Great
  • Darius Boyd, 34 – Retired NRL Star
  • Ebanie Bridges, 35 – Champion Boxer
  • Ellia Green, 28 – Rugby Superstar
  • Geoff Huegill, 42 – Olympic Swimming Legend
  • Locky Gilbert, 32 – Reality TV Star
  • Melissa Tkautz, 47 – Singer / Actor
  • Melissa Wu, 29 – Olympic Diver
  • Michael Zerafa, 29 – Professional Boxer
  • Millie Boyle, 23 – NRLW Player
  • Orpheus Pledger, 28 – Actor
  • Pauly Fenech, 51 – Comedian
  • Riana Crehan, 34 – Motorsports Presenter
  • Richard Buttrose, 49 – Convicted Drug Dealer
  • Simone Holtznagel, 28 – Model
  • Wayne Carey, 50 – AFL Commentator

SAS Australia starts this month on Channel 7 and 7plus

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