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It was mentioned in another thread that there might’ve been a positive coronavirus case at Channel 9, could this have something to do with it, trying to limit the presenters movement by not going to wardrobe each day?

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Interesting point - but I doubt that is the case, the presenters could’ve just work their own clothes from home instead.

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I was going to say the same, surely they have clothes at home suitable.

During the 8:00 hour. There was a sponsor billboard of Specsavers on ‘Today’ and a Specsavers promo related to Karl Stefanovic.

Cue the Daily Mail article! :roll_eyes:

Was it really though? They obviously moved to North Sydney with the idea of using the same set. Also the desk used is not the same as the one at Willoughby.

It’s the same news studio desk as they had at Willoughby, they’ve just modified it by removing the lights on the left and right hand side on the front and also instead of having two curved screens in the middle its just 1 long one now.

Unless you are talking about a different desk Today was using at Willoughby prior to their move.

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So was this the reason? Did we ever find out?

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For the third day in a row, Ally and Karl are outfit repeating. Surely the reason will be revealed today?

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Is it like The Voice where they’ve prerecorded all the segments in advance? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Remember when Karl wore that same suit every day for like a year and nobody said anything?

Maybe it’s got something to do with that… :thinking:

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^ my thoughts as well. They’re doing it intentionally to make a point just not sure what the point is. Ally is wearing very distinctively different hairstyles each day as well.

Notably, DM wrote an article on it on Wednesday - it was a glowing review though.


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Also this morning:


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oh thats why, thought it might have been…

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Was Bec Maddern on the program this morning?

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Yep. On sport again.

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