Anyone would think you capped these from WIN
There’s also a version of the promo airing with various Nine Network personalities:
Wonder if there’s market variations of this one with the local newsreaders?
They keep saying that but it never happens. Not exactly betting my money on that happening for certain (even though I wish it could happen).
Move her to 60 minutes, ACA is dated and needs to go.
Yep. Tracy’s best at interviewing. 60 is the way to go.
And Karl Stefanovic to ACA.
they say that and more ‘celebrity interviews’ each year and nothing ever changes
Lest we forget:
A Current Affair to swipe big name stars from rival The Project
The Channel 9 current affairs show wants to attract overseas talent to be interviewed by host Tracy Grimshaw.
he Project has built a reputation for celebrity interviews. Each week Ten publicises the show’s upcoming guest list.
Recent guests have included celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, singers Cyndi Lauper and Ellie Goulding, A-list actor Matt Damon and comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.
Now A Current Affair wants a piece of that action, which attracts an advertiser-friendly audience for their rivals at Ten.
An of course
Allison Langdon is presenting tonight.
Thursday (12.04.2018) - Friday (13.04.2018): Leila McKinnon is hosting as Tracy is on assignment.
Leila McKinnon is presenting tonight.
ACA EXCLUSIVE: HORRIFIC KNIFE ATTACK
Tonight at 7.00pm
In an A Current Affair exclusive, the target of a knife attack allegedly carried out in the name of Islamic State breaks his silence tonight at 7.00pm on Nine and 9Now.
On February 9, 56-year-old Roger Singaravelu was woken from a nap by a sharp pain in his neck, and claims he discovered Bangladeshi student Momena Shoma screaming “Allahu Akbar” while stabbing him in the neck with a kitchen knife.
Mr Singaravelu’s petrified five-year-old daughter, Shayla, witnessed the violent, bloody alleged terror attack carried out by the 24-year-old linguistics student.
Shoma, who was lodging with the Singaravelu family in a boarding arrangement organised by the Australian Homestay Network, had only been staying at the house for two days before she embarked on what police claim was an ISIS-inspired assault. She has since been charged with engaging in a terrorist act which carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.
Tonight Martin King speaks with Roger Singaravelu’s wife, Maha, who provides a vivid account of the events that led up to the incident and questions the competence of the background checks that allowed this woman to be placed in their home.
We also speak to lawyers who are acting on behalf of the family to seek compensation for Mr Singaravelu.
ACA has one of those 9News style sponsor billboards now.
Goodness! Who is doing Tracy’s hair?!
Poor thing needs a new stylist, her hair looks like it’s from a scarecrow
Surely they can give the woman a decent stylist!
Maybe that’s how she likes it nowadays, if she thought it was so bad I’m sure she would say something about it given she’s on the tv nationally every evening.