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Welcome to Big Brother VIP’s Grand Opening

By SEVEN

The hit series premieres 7.30pm, 1 November

After months of preparation, Big Brother will swing open the doors to his VIP hotel at 7.30pm, Monday 1 November, with the star-studded premiere of Big Brother VIP on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Big Brother’s game just got bigger with his invitation to 12 VIPs to take a vacation from their celebrity lives and check into an experience like no other. Never one to do things modestly, Big Brother has invited the VIPs to his first-ever luxury hotel, where they will receive rock star treatment with a Big Brother twist. 

Big Brother is undeterred by the celebrity status of his guests.

Big Brother is always in control and ready to push the VIPs to their limits. They’re more afraid of him than cancel culture. They’re going to wish they’d signed on for SAS Australia instead!

Sonia Kruger, Big Brother VIP host

Removed from the world they know, this elite group will be at the mercy of Big Brother’s wicked game for 22 days. Their every move will be captured as they face hilarious house tasks, epic nomination challenges and edge-of-your-seat eviction ceremonies – all while they eat, sleep and share a bathroom together. 

Shock confessions and intimate conversations are on the menu as the VIPs vie to win $100,000 for their nominated charity. Who takes it home? Australia decides. 

Produced by Endemol Shine Australia for the Seven Network, Big Brother VIP is guaranteed to dominate the conversation of a nation.

Big Brother VIP 2021 stars include: 

  • Bernard Curry – Actor
  • Caitlyn Jenner – Olympian and Political Candidate
  • Danny Hayes – Big Brother 2021 Favourite
  • Dayne Beams – Former AFL Captain
  • Ellie Gonsalves – Actress and Model
  • Imogen Anthony – Fashion Designer and Model
  • Jessika Power – Reality TV Star
  • Josh Carroll – Model and Content Creator
  • Luke Toki – Reality TV Fan Favourite
  • Matt Cooper – NRL Superstar
  • Omarosa – Political Aide and Author
  • Thomas Markle Jr. – Famous Big Brother

Big Brother VIP Premieres 7.30pm, Monday 1 November on Channel 7 and 7plus and Continues 7.30pm Tuesday and Wednesday

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To hell and back

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Everyday Aussies take on the most extreme SAS course ever

The four-part special event, SAS Australia: Hell Week, premieres Monday 7.30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus, featuring everyday Australians going to hell and back in the hope of passing SAS selection.

A teacher, fashion designer, stay-at-home mum, dancer, mineworker, bodybuilder, surfer and former Federal Police officer are just some of the 14 ordinary Aussies who have volunteered for the toughest, most intense SAS course ever attempted.

Across one week, these ordinary people will be pushed beyond their limits, subjected to extreme tests of physical, mental and emotional endurance in punishing conditions, with no allowances or exceptions made for age or gender.

No other test asks as much or means as much to the few who’ll survive Hell Week.

“It’s going to take a very special individual to get to this end of this course.

Pain will be constant and we will weed out the weak. They’re going to realise very quickly why it’s called Hell Week.

Ant Middleton, Chief Instructor

The full line-up of everyday Australians hoping to pass selection on SAS Australia: Hell Week is:

  • Bassim, 32 – Bodybuilder
  • Beck, 33 – Youth worker
  • Gary, 44 – Ex-Federal Police
  • Isabella, 25 – Rapper
  • James, 30 – Holistic health coach
  • James, 29 – Dancer
  • Kellie, 27 – Teacher
  • Kirsten, 24 – Mineworker
  • Lena, 42 – Fashion designer
  • Lisa, 27 – Influencer
  • Luke, 31 – Tradie
  • Mitch, 22 – Surfer
  • Sandy, 35 – Stay-at-home mum
  • Sarah, 25 – Dating coach

The second season of SAS Australia, which concluded last night, reached more than 6.97 million Australians on TV, a further 1.1 million viewers on 7plus and scored an average total audience of 1.26 million per episode.

SAS Australia: Hell Week is produced by Screentime, a Banijay Group company, based on a Minnow Films format.

SAS Australia: Hell Week is on Monday-Tuesday 7.30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Looking for real love? Ask a farmer’s wife!

By Kickstart 2022, SEVEN

Samantha Armytage guest stars on Farmer Wants A Wife

The Seven Network today announced that acclaimed journalist and presenter, Samantha Armytage, will join Farmer Wants A Wife as a special guest when Australia’s favourite bush fairy-tale returns to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

Having grown up on a farm and after finding her own happily-ever-after with farmer husband Richard, Sam will join host Natalie Gruzlewski across the new season to help the farmers and ladies on their road to finding real love.

The new season will include “Sam’s Choice”, with Sam introducing each farmer to a new lady based on her own expertise and experience.

I’m thrilled to be joining Farmer Wants A Wife in 2022. I’ve always been a huge fan of the show and of country people, and I know first-hand that falling in love with a farmer is just about the most wonderful thing you can do.

Samantha Armytage

Helping Farmer Andrew find true love with Jess this year is what this show is all about. It’s pure joy to be in the room when our farmers and ladies meet, to see the farmers’ sheepish smiles when they meet a woman who could be the one. I can’t wait to start our next adventure across beautiful regional Australia with our five new farmers.

Natalie Gruzlewski

Seven’s Network Director of Programming, Angus Ross, said: “It’s fantastic to welcome Sam back to our screens. Farmer Wants A Wife has been such a hit with audiences because of its heart and Natalie’s earnest mission to help farmers find the love of their lives. Given Sam’s new life on the farm, she’s in the perfect position to share a snapshot of what farm life could look like for the ladies.”

The 2021 season of the hit series scored an average total audience of 1.41 million. Farmer Wants A Wife is a Fremantle Australia and Eureka Productions co-production for the Seven Network.

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Australia’s favourite coaches are back

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Keith, Rita, Guy and Jess return to The Voice in 2022

The Seven Network today confirmed the beloved superstar coaches from the #1 series of 2021 are back, when The Voice returns to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

After winning the heart of the nation in 2021, multiple 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 are set to find Australia’s next singing star, all from the comfort of their famous red chairs.

Sonia Kruger will also return as host for the 11th season of The Voice, the world’s biggest singing competition.

From the moment it arrived at its new home on Seven, The Voice has dominated the national conversation, capturing a series average total audience of 2.11 million nationally, up 49% on last year. It is the only series to deliver more than 1 million metro viewers for every episode, and the most successful series of The Voice since 2015.

This year’s Grand Final Winner Announced segment saw 2.42 million people nationally watch from the edge of their seats as Bella Taylor Smith was crowned The Voice 2021 in a life-changing and spectacular result. Earlier that night, 2.2 million people watched the Grand Final episode.

I can’t wait to return to The Voice. I absolutely love Australia, andit’s a privilege to be part of such a life-changing show. The phenomenal artists this year blew my mind, especially Team Rita. The other coaches are like extended family and I’m really looking forward to getting back together to discover the next The Voice superstar.

Rita Ora

The Voice just sent me a photo of an empty spinning red chair and said ‘this has your name on it’…. and it literally did…. So, I RSVP’d ‘YES!’…. and I’ll be coming ready to play!!

Keith Urban

Last season was one of the best times I’ve ever had making television! The vibe was great, the fun was real and, yet again, we uncovered some insane Aussie talent. I can’t wait to be back again next season with Keith, Rita, Jess and the incredible team of producers and musicians to make some more magic happen! Oh … and Team Guy won. Bella you really raised the standards for all of us!

Guy Sebastian

I am excited to be invited back to The Voice 2022 with this incredible team of coaches again. We had such a great time this year. The talent in this country is exceptional and to be able to continue to support and showcase upcoming musicians is always an honour.

Jessica Mauboy

The Voice is returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022

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SAS Australia recruits 2022 celebrity cast

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Seventeen stars volunteer for the toughest test of their lives

The most talked about show in the country, SAS Australia, is back in 2022 with a brand-new line-up of star recruits, ready to take on the gruelling SAS selection course.

Seventeen Aussie celebrities, including Olympians Geoff Huegill and Melissa Wu, AFL commentator Wayne Carey, singer/actor Melissa Tkautz, reality stars Locky Gilbert and Anna Heinrich, and champion boxers Ebanie Bridges and Michael Zerafa, have volunteered for the toughest test of their lives – a series of physical and psychological tests from the real SAS selection process.

These men and women will be cut off from the outside world at a secret base in spectacular terrain – where they will eat, sleep and train together in punishing conditions – with no allowances or exceptions made for their celebrity status or gender.

As they’re subjected to extreme physical endurance, sleep deprivation, interrogation and psychological testing, the celebrities will be pushed beyond their limits. Some will reach breaking point and withdraw. Who will have the mental strength to tough it out to the end?

The full line-up of star recruits set to take on SAS Australia in 2022 is:

  • 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
  • Paul Fenech, 51 – Comedian
  • Riana Crehan, 34 – Motorsports Presenter
  • Richard Buttrose, 49 – Convicted Drug Dealer
  • Simone Holtznagel, 28 – Model
  • Wayne Carey, 50 – AFL Commentator

The second season of SAS Australia, currently airing Monday-Wednesday 7.30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus, has grabbed the nation’s attention, reaching more than 6.1 million Australians and scoring an average total audience of 1.25 million nationally per episode.

The new celebrity season of SAS Australia will premiere in 2022.

The special event series SAS Australia: Hell Week starts soon, featuring everyday Australians going to hell and back in the hope of passing SAS selection.

SAS Australia is produced by Screentime, a Banijay Group company, based on a Minnow Films format.

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Queensland’s all-new Sunrise

By 7NEWS

Wake up to your only live and local news

Australia’s #1 brekky show, Sunrise, will broadcast all-new live and local news bulletins exclusive to Queensland from Monday.

In a breakfast television first, to coincide with the start of daylight saving in the southern states, the comprehensive local bulletins will bring viewers all of Queensland’s news live every half hour from 6am local time – while competing services remain on delay.

In addition to the national news with Nat, Kochie and the team at Brekky Central, Sunrise’s Queensland correspondent Bianca Stone will deliver the local bulletins live from Seven’s Brisbane headquarters, crossing to reporters wherever news is breaking across the Sunshine State.

Bianca Stone, Channel 7 Photography By Paul A. Broben

The new Queensland-only bulletins represent a significant investment in local reporters, producers, camera crews and technicians – all to keep Queenslanders up to date.

Queensland is a market of vital importance to Sunrise. Viewers in the Sunshine State have been loyal to the show for decades. But for six months of the year, the concept of running hour-old, networked news to five million residents, has bothered us.

This is our solution: Queensland news bulletins, live and local every 30 minutes, made in Queensland, by Queenslanders, for Queenslanders. Viewers will still see the main show and the national headlines. But every half hour, and whenever news is breaking, Queensland will get its own tailor-made coverage. Queensland will see all the rapidly-changing, critical information, first on Sunrise.

Michael Pell, Sunrise Executive Producer

There’s nothing like feeling informed and on top of everything in a world that seems to be changing so much. Our Sunrise Queensland-only news will get your day started right. It’s a game-changer – a dedicated local news service like no other.

Natalie Barr, Sunrise co-host

Never before has it been more important for our viewers to have instant access to the latest news which affects their lives, no matter their time zone. That’s our commitment – to deliver the best news service wherever you live.

Kochie, Sunrise co-host

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SAS Australia recruits viewers to Seven

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Launch episode up 41% in total viewers, up 58% in 25 to 54s
Live streaming on 7plus up 72%

The new season of SAS Australia on the Seven Network has attracted strong audience numbers across all screens since it launched last week.

With consolidated viewing over seven days, including broadcast catch-up and online streaming audiences, the launch episode on Monday 13 September averaged 1.36 million total viewers, up 41% or 392,000 viewers, on its overnight audience. In 25 to 54s, the first episode increased its audience by 58% across seven days.

An average of 1.28 million viewers watched the first four episodes on Channel 7 and 7plus, including 985,000 broadcast viewers nationally and 667,000 in the capital cities. The new season has reached 4.27 million people since it started, with an additional 450,000 on 7plus.

SAS Australia, which sees 18 celebrities put through the show’s toughest, most unforgiving selection course yet, has lifted its timeslot audience on Channel 7 by 42% year-on-year and 66% in 25 to 54s.

On 7plus, audiences have also soared. Across the first four episodes, an average of 43,000 viewers watched live on 7plus alongside the television broadcast, up 72% on the live streaming average for the same episodes last year.

SAS Australia is gripping viewers in its second season with record audiences streaming the hit show live and watching the uncensored versions on 7plus, with its total TV audience soaring 41% over seven days.

With more action-packed episodes to come, the multi-platform success of SAS Australia is set to continue as our star recruits confront surprising truths about themselves to discover their real character and prove whether they have the strength, resilience and endurance to pass this year’s selection course.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Network Director of Programming

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Let’s get ready to rumba!

By SEVEN

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars returns for a second season 

Hot on the heels of its successful 2021 season, the Seven Network today announced the star-studded cast for the second season of Dancing With The Stars: All Stars returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

Hosted by Daryl Somers and Sonia Kruger, Dancing With The Stars: All Stars features DWTS royalty – including winners, finalists and all-time fan favourites – competing alongside four wildcard entrants for the prestigious mirror ball trophy. 

Returning Dancing With The Stars series winners including TV personality Grant Denyer (Season 4, 2006), actress Bridie Carter (Season 7, 2007) and former AFL players David Rodan (Season 14, 2014) and Anthony Koutoufides (Season 5, 2006) are firm favourites heading into the second season, but can they reproduce their winning style up against their new competition?  

Other returning All Stars looking to claim victory include singer-songwriter Ricki-Lee (Season 14, 2014), The Morning Show co-host Kylie Gillies (Season 9, 2009) and entertainer Courtney Act (Season 16, 2019). 

Also putting their best foot forward in this hotly contested competition are actress Olympia Valance (Season 16, 2019), reality TV star Angie Kent (Season 17, 2020) and actor and entertainer Rob Mills (Season 9, 2009).

This season’s wildcard entrants are Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac, model and TV presenter Kris Smith, music artist Deni Hines and actor Cameron Daddo, who are set to shimmy and shake things up as the dancefloor’s dark horses.

The first season of All Stars was the perfect mix of entertainment, celebrity and fierce competition, proving a stand-out hit with Australian audiences.

We have a fantastic cast ready to hit the dancefloor for season two. With a history of multiple perfect scores in the ranks, it’s going to be a brilliant series.

Angus Ross, Seven Network Programming Director

Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson will make a welcome return to the Dancing With The Stars: All Stars judging panel.

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars is produced by Warner Bros International Television Production Australia and BBC Studios, from a format created by the BBC and distributed by BBC Studios.

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars returns in 2022 on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Big Brother VIPs bare all

By SEVEN

Luxury hotel houses celebrity secrets

Shock confessions and intimate conversations replace the glitz and glamour of celebrity lifeas 12  VIPS bare their souls on Big Brother VIP coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

Famous for writing a letter to Prince Harry in April 2018 pleading with him not to marry his sister Meghan, Thomas Markle Jnr is in the diary room when he announces to Big Brother he’s going to pen another letter to Meghan and his now brother-in-law, Harry, from the Big Brother hotel. 

“I’m gonna write a letter to Meghan,” shares Thomas with Big Brother. “Dear Meghan and Harry…The first thing I want to say to both of you…” will be revealed when the series airs.

After dinner one evening, Olympian and political candidate Caitlyn Jenner shares her trans journey with fellow hotel guests, reality TV fan favourite Luke Toki and fashion designer Imogen Anthony. Caitlyn uses an analogy of being born left or right-handed, to explain that being trans is no different. 

“You’ve probably never met anybody who is trans?” Caitlyn questions Luke. “Let me see if I can try to explain. Are you right-handed or left-handed? 

“Right-handed,” answers Luke. Hitting the point home, Caitlyn follows up, asking “Why are you guys right-handed and me left-handed?” 

“Well, it’s just the way you were born,” responded Luke, leading the group to a collective “ah” moment. 

Former AFL captain Dayne Beams opens up about his gambling and drug addiction spiral, “My wife, she’s been through a lot. Sorry if I get a bit emotional. I’ve been at rock bottom.”

Twelve VIPs are taking a vacation from their celebrity lives and checking into an experience like no other at Big Brother’s first-ever luxury hotel, where they will receive rockstar treatment with a Big Brother twist. Removed from the world they know, this elite group will be at the mercy of Big Brother’s wicked game; their every move watched as they face hilarious house tasks, epic nomination challenges and edge-of-your-seat eviction ceremonies; all while they eat, sleep and share a bathroom. 

They may all be stars, but only one winner will walk away with $100,000 for their nominated charity. Who wins? You decide. Hosted by Sonia Kruger, Big Brother VIP is produced by Endemol Shine Australia for the Seven Network. 

Big Brother VIP 2021 stars include: 

  • Bernard Curry – Actor
  • Caitlyn Jenner – Olympian and Political Candidate
  • Danny Hayes – Big Brother 2021 Favourite
  • Dayne Beams – Former AFL Captain
  • Ellie Gonsalves – Actress and Model
  • Imogen Anthony – Fashion Designer and Model
  • Jessika Power – Reality TV Star
  • Josh Carroll – Model and Content Creator
  • Luke Toki – Reality TV Fan Favourite
  • Matt Cooper – NRL Superstar
  • Omarosa – Political Aide and Author
  • Thomas Markle Jr. – Famous Big Brother

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The Voice soars on Seven and 7plus

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Biggest show of 2021, audience up 45% on 2020

The blockbuster new season of The Voice on the Seven Network ended on a high note last night, drawing record audiences across all screens and dominating the total people and 25 to 54s rankings. 

Nationally, 2.02 million viewers watched the Grand Finale – Winner Announced episode of the world’s biggest singing competition on Channel 7, including 1.38 million in the capital cities.

A further 92,000 live streamed the thrilling conclusion on 7plus, as Bella Taylor Smith was crowned the winner after delivering an inspiring performance of Never Enough from The Greatest Showman.

The Grand Finale – Winner Announced was the show’s biggest overnight audience this year and was #1 in its timeslot in 25 to 54s and total people.

Earlier last night, The Voice – Grand Finale attracted 1.9 million viewers nationally and 1.29 million in the capital cities, ranking #1 its timeslot in total people and recording the biggest Grand Finale audience since 2015.

The 2021 season of The Voice demolished the competition to become the most-watched regular program so far in 2021, dominating its timeslot in 25 to 54s and total people, and it was the only television series this year to attract over 1 million capital-city viewers every episode.

With consolidated viewing, including catch-up and online streaming audiences, the 2021 season had an average total audience of 2.11 million viewers. That represented a 24% lift on the 2021 series’ average overnight audience.

The Voice boosted Seven’s timeslot audience year-on-year by an average of 105% in 25 to 54s and 95% in total people. It was up 42% on the series’ 2020 national audience, and up 36% in the capital cities.

On 7plus, The Voice had an average of 257,000 viewers through on-demand and live streaming, up 65% on the 2020 BVOD season average.

The Voice was #1 in live streaming every night it aired with an average of 75,000 viewers watching live on 7plus alongside the television broadcast, up 151% on the 2020 live streaming average. Viewing on 7plus alone added 14% to the average total audience and 22% in 25 to 54s.

The Voice has dominated the new VOZ total TV reporting system, ranking as the #1 program each week since its launch. The spectacular launch episode was watched by 2.31 million Australians nationally, including over 292,000 on 7plus, giving the singing competition its biggest launch since 2015 and Seven its biggest entertainment show launch since 2016.

We’re thrilled with how Australia has connected with the incredible new season of The Voice on Seven to make it the number one television show in 2021. Our electrifying new line-up of megastar coaches – Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy – our fantastic host Sonia Kruger and this year’s world-class artists engaged viewers and hit the right notes with younger audiences.

The series is the #1 entertainment show of the year, dominated its timeslot in 25 to 54s and under 50s and reached new heights on 7plus to become the streaming service’s biggest launch show ever and Australia’s #1 live-streamed show in 2021. The Voice’s phenomenal success has helped Seven become the number one network so far in 2021 and is further proof that Seven’s content-led growth strategy is successfully delivering on its aims.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Network Director of Programming

The total video results across linear, streaming and on demand for The Voice has been nothing short of phenomenal. Using the 7REDiQ data platform, we saw that The Voice led in the demos and was able to help brands achieve stronger results by connecting with audiences at a deeper, more relevant level across all screens.

The brand integrations and the show’s huge audience created a winning formula for marketers. We look forward to creating even more exciting new innovations our partners in the next series of The Voice and in The Voice: Generations.

Kurt Burnette, Seven West Media Chief Revenue Officer

The Voice is an ITV Studios Australia production for the Seven Network.

Seven has commissioned The Voice: Generations, a special event series that will premiere on Seven and 7plus in 2022.

This has been an extraordinary season of The Voice in 2021. We thank the Seven Network for their incredible support for the brand. It has truly demonstrated its strength, resonating with Australian audiences with such incredible ratings for every episode. The season showcased phenomenal singers with spectacular performances, and our warmest congratulations to Bella Taylor Smith who captured the hearts of all Australians.

We are now in preproduction for the next series, as well as our brand new adaptation, The Voice: Generations, for Seven in 2022.

David Mott, ITV Studios Australia CEO and Managing Director

The Voice by the numbers

  • • National total audience (includes time-shift and BVOD): 2.11 million – up 45% on 2020
  • • Capital city total TV audience (includes time-shift, BVOD): 1.52 million – up 40% on 2020
  • • National average broadcast audience: 1.84 million – up 42% on 2020
  • • Capital city average broadcast audience: 1.27 million – up 36% on 2020
  • • Average national time-shifted audience: 137,000
  • • Timeslot rankings: #1 in total people, 25 to 54s, men and women
  • • 2021 season lifted its timeslot audience year-on-year 105% in 25 to 54s, 95% in total people
  • • 7plus average BVOD audience: 194,000 (7 day) – up 59% on 2020
  • • 7plus: 281.9 million minutes streamed
  • • Reached over 10.2 million viewers (7 million in the capital cities); BVOD reached over 1.7 million viewers nationally

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