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from the Healthy Chef. We will let

course everyone tuck into their fourth

course now.

Room rr going to go to the butcher shop, buy

shop, buy heaps and make lots of

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like the way you think. Good morning. Get ready for a shopping showdown. This morning in Celebrity Beat the Stylist. Kai Aiyub is taking on Zoe Naylor to do battle with our stylist. The 'Gladiators' host is ready So can Kai handle the pressure? Ricki Martin. Plus, he's Greece's answer to

# Shake, shake, shake # Love

# # Give me some more

the success stories of Eurovision. That's Sakis Rouvas - one of to perform his hit 'Shake It'. He'll be in a little later

Shake It, Sakis. It makes me

depressed, I'm going to order more

doughnuts. Ladies, we have this

coming up for you, don't be

coming up for you, don't be too far from your

from your TV. How do you say his

name Sakis Rouvas. (whip cracks) name Sakis Rouvas. (whip cracks).

You know when Kylie brings the whip

mean business! in, it is going to be a great day. I

And the stars continue. with Michelle Monaghan Our Ann Sanders will catch up with Brad Pitt and Dr McDreamy. to find out what it's like to work We couldn't live without them And mobile phones.

but they weren't always so streamlined and fancy.

The Gadget Guy, Pete Blasina,

history of our favourite gadget is going to run us through the from the brick to the BlackBerry.

we wanted to ask you about - Something else not long ago in the office

When we can't work stuff out

ourselves, it is

ourselves, it is best you jump in

and help us.

a massive cleaning rampage the boss went on which was left lying around. and threw everything out Luke, was on holidays. Unfortunately, our web producer,

half his desk, He's since returned to find prized possessions - including his two most his pot plants - were thrown out.

They were consider junk by somebody,

probably the boss. . So it got us thinking - what's your partner or family thrown out on you?

Got me thinking, what was so special

all the about those spotlights, Luke. Yes

all the hew mimty and TV all the hew mimty and TV lights --

mewmidity. When Silvy I had a great

bachelor pad. Well, she had bachelor pad. Well, she had to make

flags from the beach way for the frilly cushions. The

flags from the beach and I put flags from the beach and I put them in flags from the beach and I put them

in the bathroom with a sign" bathe

between the flags" when I thought

was clever. She didn't see it in? No. at the centre of a gay sex scandal Two British socialites to face allegations have appeared in court a member of the royal family. they blackmailed joins us now from London UK correspondent Nuala Hafner with all the juicy details. Morning, Nuala. So tell us about the case?

Yes, well the prosecution told the

these central criminal court today that

these two men allegedly demanded $

these two men allegedly demanded

$100,000 from this unnamed royal, or

they would go

they would go public with

scandalous potentially embarrassing and

scandalous footage. Now the footage

was 8 hours in totefal of the

royal's aide, making claims he

performed a

performed a sex act on the royal,

that the royal exposed himself and

wauls also involved in dodgy

business dealings and also made

members other allegations about other

members of the royal family. Now

prosecution said in much of the

footage, it looked like the

footage, it looked like the aide was

under the influence of substances

and he is seen in the recording

chopping up illegal substances uses and he is seen in the recording

a Harrods credit card. They went to

a newspaper trying to sell, turned

down, went to plan B which was blackmail but were caught down, went to plan B which was

blackmail but were caught out when

an undercover policeman posed as the blackmail but were caught out when

person. Who are they? They have been

identified as 30-year-old Ian

Strachan and 40-year-old Sean

McGuigan. We know the

McGuigan. We know the younger of the McGuigan. We know the younger of

two men claims to move in royal

circles, a bit of a mover and a

shaker, goes to all the clubs and

has a millionaire lifestyle which he

clearly can't afford. Poses clearly can't afford.

socialite, clearly can't afford. Poses as a

socialite, claims he knows princes

William and Harry and goes out with

them. Sean McGuigan keeps a lower William and Harry and goes out with

profile but claims

profile but claims to move in the

circles. In England they are not

nameing the royal but outside they

are, we have just seen a photo, tell

us

us about him. Oh, us about him. Oh,h

it broke, us about him. Oh,ho, yes, since the

it broke, he cannot be named in

Britain is and known as A but a US television station

television station said it could be

viscount linly, the late Princess Margaret's son. Of course,

court case going on in the US there's another high-profile at the moment. Steven Vander Ark JK Rowling is suing Harry Potter fan

and his publishing company proposed Harry Potter encyclopaedia. for breach of copyright over a on that case? Nuala, what's the latest

You almost have to feel sorry for

this guy. On the second day

this guy. On the second day of the

trial, he actually broke down in

here whz he came face

here whz he came face to face with

his idol, JK Rowling. The judge

asked what the reaction of

Harry Potter fans was to publish asked what the reaction of other

this and he stumbled and said it has

been very difficult due to the high

level of criticism. He said it

middle school wasn't his intention. He is a formal

middle school librarian and devoted

the last 10

the last 10 years of his life

putting on an online encyclopedia.

He said he always had concerned

He said he always had concerned about copy right issues but was

talked into by the publishers.

the first day, the first has been a very teary trial and on talked into by the publishers. It

back the first day, JK Rowling fought

back tear whz she described that in

the creative process, the characters

were like

were like her children and were like her children and when

someone tried to baro

someone tried to borrow from it it

stopped her creative processes.

Upsetting for him too, he is being

sued by his idol. Soo.

You know what they "wrong time, wrong place." You know that saying,

for this reporter. It certainly rings true Take a look at our clip of the day.

F so I have got my trusty stop wuch

and they come down the hill, Ruben

is in the lead. Gees! That was a bad

idea. At Rivericide Park, dogs

You okay? Did you get that?

You okay? Did you get that?.

I like the way he finished the sign off. A degree of

off. A degree of difficulty of 9.

off. A degree of difficulty of 9.9

but 10 out of 10 because he kept the

show goic. The German judgeerize so harsh. Ahead on the show, we're going back to the '80s for this week's Beat the Stylist. And we'll meet the Greek god who wowed audiences at Eurovision. But next, Ann Sanders transforms from newsreader to showbiz reporter. See her interview with Hollywood star Michelle Monaghan right after this.

Now for Optus vs Telstra. With the Optus $49 Cap Plan, and this Samsung G600 for just $1 up front. Hmm. Your argument is very convincing. Does that mean we've won? SOFT MURMURING I know what I'd choose. But I think we'll hand it to the people of Australia to decide. Yes! Ooh-ooh!

# Hit it # She's worked with some big name stars like Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Robert Downey Jr. But her latest co-star is none other than Dr McDreamy. 'Made of Honour' hits cinemas May 1

and we sent our very own Ann Sanders along to meet the lovely Michelle Monaghan yesterday. Take a look.

This is Tom, my maid of honour.

Well, how about that, we have many

gay and lesbian members of the

congregation, welcome. You come from

a small town in America, how did you

make the big

make the big break from appearing on the school

the school stage to Hollywood stardom. stardom. It stardom. It is remarkable stardom. It is

stardom. It is remark remarkable, I grew stardom. It is remark remarkable, I

in a town of 700. I studied

journalism and realised I wasn't cut

out for that. I started out

modelling and commercials and one

thing led to another

thing led to another and started

doing bit parts and the rest is

history. I'm crazy about you, I

think about you all the time, I want to

to spend the rest of my time with

you. Really? That is so generic. Is it just as

it just as challenging to do a romantic

romantic comedy role as a thriller?

It is, there are different

challenges, surprisingly, you can't

prepare to be funny. It is

definitely something that you kind

of wish that you have chemistry for, you know,

you know, with your co star, I mean,

certainly that is what I depend on.

I'm surprised that your costar, Patrick

Patrick Dempsey had such a comedic

talent? They see him in 'Grey's

Anatomy' rr Anatomy' rr a Anatomy' rr a we

Anatomy' rr a we love him in that

but I think people will be surprised and they'll get to

and they'll get to see him do a lot

of funny things in 'Made of of funny things in 'Made of Honour'.

I do to have you about Dr McDreamy.

Is he so dishy? He really

Is he so dishy? He really is! He is

such a wonderful guy.

such a wonderful guy. You know, you

watch that show and you have got

women swooning all over, but he is a lady's man,

lady's man, he is sweet,

lady's man, he is sweet, loves his

family, which makes him more

appealing, really. He is really

appealing, really. He is really fun to be around. When it was time for

Hannah to leave, I couldn't let her

go. So I got down on one knee and he proprosed. proprosed. There is

proprosed. There is another great

costar, Kevin McKid, who I haven't

seen before. He is a real find. He

is a great, great actor. Another one showing

showing sort of his comedic chops

for the first time. It wasn't a bad

day at the office being between

those guys. Dishy costars. It was a

page out of a fairytale. Your life

is like that. Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, mission

mission impossible rr, these guys

are lucky to have you too. Thank you

very much, it has been a wonderful

run. Do you have a favourite out of the leading

the leading men? Gosh, they have all

been really great. Don't tell me,

they are all

they are all gorgeous and fantastic.

They really are. I have a real

connection to Robert Downey Jr. It

was one of my first leading roles

hooch he took meed inhis wing and it

is a film I enjoyed making and is a film I enjoyed making and he

was a great teacher. May is a film I enjoyed making and he

was a great teacher. May I

was a great teacher. May I ask how

old you are. Covert. 34,

old you are. Covert. 34, I'm a a

baby. How daunting is it to disrobe

in front of strangers. Pretty daunting.

daunting. It is pretty daunting

disroping in 41 of somebody you know

really well. He is a fairly

provocative actor. Did it make it

doublely hard? Once we did it, it was fine.

was fine. He wasn't really

interested so that was a good thing.

I know your

I know your husband is here on I know your husband is here on this

trip. Do you get to come home very often. Not

often. Not as often as we would like

to. We try to come back for the

holidays. We alternate between my

family and my husband's family and

we had lucky we get back a second

time. We love to claim people as

Australian, since you are married to

an Australian, can we claim you.

Please do. She was a really lovely

girl. If she was acting, she acted

very well. She came across very

genuinely, a very delightful person.

How did she

How did she meet the husband. At a

party in New York, he is a graphic

designer from Victoria. They were

together for five years and they together for five years and together for five years and they

married. She comes to Australia once a year,

a year, they go to her a year, they go to her family in America and

America and come down to Victoria and spend time with

and spend time with his family, but

she said she is hoping to have come

little Whites, start a family and I

little Whites, start a family and I imagine we will see her around Australia

Australia and I claimd her anyway.

How did you find

How did you find the reporter role?

It was good fun. I'm doing news for you though, it

you though, I'll be back

you though, I'll be back in about 15 minutes. Hang

minutes. Hang around, get a coffee,

no point in going back upstairs. Still to come -

can Kai even the score in this week's beat the stylist? Plus the Gold Coast residents who didn't vote and got off scot-free. But next - today's news headlines. This is the Morning Show with Sakis Rouvas performing live in about half an hour.

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in hospital. Sure she through it out. Ahead - Greece's answer to Ricky Martin performs his Eurovision hit single. But first, Glenn's overcoming his fear of ironing. Y.

I'm not an insensitive guy when it

comes to ironing, well my wife has

got a thing about the ironing and

she wants me to lend

she wants me to lend a hand. She

wants me to come up with a

wants me to come up with a better way to

way to dewrinkle the wardrobe so I

not I would call on

not I would call on James. Welcome

not I would call on James. Welcome back to the Morning Show. This is a new

new twist on ironing. Bloux The Steam Brush removes your creases and your wrinkles from all your garments while they hang. They remove wrinkles fast, quick, simple and easy. I like it. Very clever indeed. And I can tell people at home that all you're doing is actually going over the shirt. You're using the steam, and look at the creases just simply dropping away. What is it called? It's called the Steam Brush

and it's just like sending your clothes to the drycleaners. This steam relaxes the fibres and the creases drop out.

The steam works on all fabrics all the time. It's safe and it's really easy to use. Even you could use it, Glenn. Thank you very much for that vote of confidence. So what you do is you hold the garment at the bottom like that. Hold the garment at the bottom with one hand and then you press the steam with the other and the steam relaxes the fibres and the creases just drop away.

Hold the garment at the bottom with one hand and then you press the steam with the other It looks simple enough. and the steam relaxes the fibres and the creases just drop away. It's really easy to use. It's a fantastic machine. Tell us about the special offer - for Morning Show viewers? you've got a great offer

The Steam Brush comes with a 12-month warranty and a 30-day money-back guarantee. You get a lint and pet hair attachment, plus you get a fabric brush, for $69.95. Call - Order now and you'll get a laundry tree free. That's a terrific deal, and that laundry tree is very handy too, especially if you're travelling -

you can fold it up, throw it in the boot of the car.

Give us a quick demonstration on the other fabrics that you've got here. Well, have a look at this. You can run the Steam Brush over your buttons, zippers It won't melt, damage or burn. It won't cause a shine like a conventional iron. Where you would really love using it is on heat-sensitive fabrics like wool, silk or rayon - materials that your conventional iron can scorch, burn or leave a shine. I like it. And pretty light, too, isn't it?

It sure is. It has a large water tank. Enough steam for 2 to 3 garments. It heats up in less than a minute. So a lot faster than getting out your iron and your ironing board. Now, being a little bit lazy when it comes to ironing, as a lot of blokes are, an easy way out we always like to look for

and I like the look of this because it is easy. Plus, it will probably save you a few bucks, quite simply, at the laundry. Remember too - you'll also get this amazing laundry tree. It not only saves space in the laundry and wrinkle-free until you get them into the wardrobe. Now, you could pay $79.95 for one of these but you'll get this free until they're sold out when you order your Steam Brush. So you buy one of these and you get one of these for free. That's great. So don't pay $6 at the drycleaners because your jacket smells of smoke.

You can use your Steam Brush to remove the creases or freshen up your garments. Now, tell us again when we order one of these - what happens? We get one of these. How does it work? I'll tell you again. When you order the Steam Brush, you get the lint and pet hair attachments to remove your lint, fluff and dust while you steam. Plus, you also receive a fabric brush to revitalise the nap and the pile on your velvet, corduroy. Well said. What he said, in fact. These are fantastic.

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Remember the first mobile phones?

Yes, like handbags. the gadget guy explains the meteoric rise of the mobile phone. Plus why some schools are banning the words 'husband' and 'wife'.

I'm not sure Pete e plains that,

there was probably a break between

the phone the phone and that. But right now, Ann Sanders joins us with the latest news and weather. Good morning, Kylie. Hello, Larry. The Prime Minister has unveiled a proposal for affordable, national heath care. The ambitious plan entails one-stop shops which provide baby health checks, vaccinations, advice on feeding and long day care for working parents. People who take regular vitamin supplements could be doing themselves more harm than good.

A study of vitamin use has found taking single anti-oxidants, including vitamins A and E,

could actually shorten a person's life span. Danish researchers did find daily multi-vitamins are not harmful. And Pope Benedict is celebrating his 81st birthday in Washington with plenty of pomp and ceremony. And with a happy birthday from crowds of wellwishers lining the streets outside the White House. Checking the weather -

And East Timor President Jose-Ramos Horta is back home in Dili. Well-wishers lined the streeets of the capital this morning to welcome him home two months after the assassination attempt on his life. He's been recovering from his wounds in Darwin.

I'll be back with more news soon.

That is the serious end of the news

today. Thank you, Ann, see

today. Thank you, Ann, see you soon. Still to come -

Greek superstar, Gucci model and singing sensation Sakis Rouvas joins us live in the studio to perform his hit 'Shake It'. Also, the schools planning to ban the words 'husband' and 'wife'. The education boss says it'll reduce gay discrimnation.

Find out what our jury thinks shortly. with 'Gladiators' host Zoe Naylor. And next hour - Kai battles it out

Can our stylist beat her with an updated '80s look? Find out in this week's Beat the Stylist. Plus, the gadgets none of us could live without - mobile phones. We'll take a look at just how far they've come. But straight after the break who says we're going to hear from a woman

she's suffering depression because of extreme PMS.

Stay tuned for another live counselling session on the Morning Show.

Every woman knows that when that time of month rolls around so do the stomach aches and the mood swings. But what if you're silently suffering extreme PMS? A disorder that sends you into a deep depression once a month. This is Kirsten Ifould's story.

Hello, my name is Kirsten. Earlier this year I

this year I was diagnosed

premenstrual dysphoric disorder. this year I was diagnosed with

premenstrual dysphoric disorder. I have spent

have spent years suffering from

have spent years suffering from what I

what I considered to be really bad

PMS, suicide thoughts each month and

I found them really difficult to

live with. I have spent live with. I have spent the last six

years trying to get acknowledge this

was beyond the normal

was beyond the normal monthly

problems that most women suffer. I'm

now taking medication which seems to

help greatly, although the first

medication I tried caused more

problems than the disorder itself,

including hospitalisation. Having an

actual diagnosis and supportive

parents and a wonderful child is parents and a wonderful child is a

great relief, but having spent years

going a little great relief, but having spent years

going a little crazy for a week each

month has taken its toll. I hope

that I can help other women to

realise it is not normal to feel as

bad as I did so they can overcome

the embarrassment and stand up for

themselves if their

themselves if their problems last. I hope Jo can

hope Jo can help me come to terms

with the consequences of my insane

moments. I bet she can. Kirsten joins us now on the couch along with our resident psychologist Jo Lamble. Good morning to you both. Kirsten, you say you have insane moments. Can you describe what happens to you?

To be honest, you just don't feel

normal or sane. It was to

normal or sane. It was to the extent

of needing mental health assistance almost every month,

almost every month, even though they

weren't helping me because they

couldn't see the link. It went

undoused for a quite a while. How

are you coping now. A lot better

now, medication is helping greatly

and knowing it is a real thing and

not just something that I'm i mamening,

mamening, which I imagine heaps

mamening, which I imagine heaps of

other women go through and it is

just laughed or or not

just laughed or or not taken

seriously. It is seriously. It is part of

seriously. It is part of the

seriously. It is part of the reason you are here today to help other

women. Jo, what is PMDD and what are

the symptoms. It

dysphoric disorder and it the symptoms. It is premenstrual dysphoric disorder and it affects

three per cent of three per cent of women in

reproductive years, it is

reproductive years, it is associated

with surear emotional and physical problems. It is problems. It is more problems. It is more than

problems. It is more than just PMS.

I think we have got a

I think we have got a list of some

of the symptoms. It is a long list,

you don't have to have all of them,

depression, feelingoffs

hopelessness, quite severe, anxiety,

tension, irritability and anger that

can lead to a lot of conflict, got

the graphic there? You have got... A

lot of those symptoms seem quite

general, is it why it is so general, is it why it is so hard to

diagnose. It is like a shopping list

of symptoms. There are two of symptoms. There are two reasons

why it is hard to diagnose, one,

when most people talk about these

sort of symptoms at that time of the

say, " month, they'll role their eyes and sort of symptoms at that time of the

say, "PMS, yes, many women have it."

Most women do but this is only 3 to

8 per cent of wim whaon have it.

Also, the other thing the list of

symptoms there sounds like

depression, so it

depression, so it can be very easily

dismissed as depression, even though

depression is very serious but

depression is very serious but the

difference here is that you can

predict when it comes on, which is

normally midcycle or towards the predict when it comes on, which is

week before and switches off again

when the period

when the period arrives. And then returns the returns the next month,

returns the next month, so that is

very different to depression which

is ongoing. There is a possibility

many viewers have this. How do you

cope. The first

cope. The first thing to do is to cope. The first thing to do is

keep a really detailed diary,

monitoring your good and bad weeks

and exactly what sort of symptoms and exactly what sort of symptoms you have.

you have. Look at this, don't

dismiss me, it is quite severe.

in the insane moments, try and have dismiss me, it is quite severe. And

the stream of consciousness where

you write down everything you are

thinking and feeling. When I say " thinking and feeling. When I say

"them" take it to

"them" take it to your GP and say

"them" take it to your GP and say, "them" take it to your GP and say, "

"Here is my fds and monitoring."

"Here is my fds and monitoring." If

they are not sympathetic think about

changing your GP and get a referral

to

to a gynaecologist or a psychologist. It sounds psychologist. It sounds like I'm

saying it is in the mind but it is

not, they think P Mc not, they think P Mc DD is

not, they think P Mc DD is linked to

a chemical in the brain

a chemical in the brain called sair

tonemanch serotonin. a chemical in the brain called sair

It is the way to restore the balance

of serotonin in the brain. Get

yourself off to a doctor, what are

some of the other ways to control

the mood swings. The good news, the mood swings. The good news, is

because it is so predictable,

because it is so predictable, what you can do is

you can do is think about, when that

time is coming up, make sure you put

some other strategies in place. I some other strategies in

know it is important, I know

exercise is a everyone is so sick of me saying but

exercise is a really good thing and

helps, as well as the medication,

stress management techniques, it is important to

important to practing breathing

exercises, massages, baths, anything that

that can relax. Some women

that can relax. Some women sway bire

herbal and vitamin supplements and

there is not much evidence to prove

that but some women do. Or even there is not much evidence to prove

think about seeing a siKoch for cognitive behaviour

cognitive behaviour therapy to look

at how you can think about that at

the time. It is like chronic pain

nothing you can do management, sometimes there is

nothing you can do apart from

analgesics but you can learn to

think as positively as think as positively as you

think as positively as I can during

that difficult week or two, that difficult week or two, knowing it is going

it is going to end.

it is going to end. There are other

things you can do

things you can do but medication is

often needed. Thank you, I hope it

helps, and thank you for opening up.

As I said, I'm

As I said, I'm sure there are other As I said, I'm sure there

women who have suffered

women who have suffered the same as

I have and I'm sure it has been

laughed off. Thank you, Jo, see you soon.

And, of course, and need some advice if you've got a problem you can join Jo here on the Counselling Couch.

Just visit our website at yahoo7.com.au/ morning and follow the links. Coming up on the Morning Show, compulsory voting laws. the local council ignoring to clean the house willingly? But first, can you get a man

Glenn says, yes. who's done any sort of housework Now, anyone watching that you could just wave has probably wished for a magic wand wouldn't that be lovely? to get it all done, on The Morning Show today. Well, we've got one from Global Shop Direct. It's the original Go Duster

And to tell us all about it on to The Morning Show. it's my pleasure to welcome Leigh Good morning, Glenn. Good morning, Leigh. doesn't it, It does work like magic, but that's because a lot of science development of the Go Duster, right? has actually gone into the Oh, definitely. Give us a bit of a quick demo at how it works. because I'm always astounded

spins at 250rpm The motorised head of the Go Duster Yup. Ready?

creating a static charge on these. And if you had a microscope, of dusting fingers these are tens of thousands that do the work for you. And the beauty is

the Go Duster conforms to just about any shape or size really which means you can clean around delicate items as you're doing there and now I'm doing here on The Morning Show set as well without even having to move items, how easy is it? I mean that is fantastic, motorised and completely cordless, It is so compact, portable, you can go all over the set and clean the set.

if she's watching. My wife is gonna be so proud of me of the static charge, So it's actually the combination the fast rotation fingers actually attracts the dust? and then all of these soft-fibre Exactly, that's right. like a magnet. is push the start button, All you have to do where you want the dust gone. wave it like wand Isn't that amazing, eh? Now, here's one for you - stop your duster - what about blinds? Blinds. Thanks to the rotating fingers, all the nooks and crannies, the Go Duster gets into

including blinds.

delicate screens, DVD players Think about your electronics, and gaming consoles. from shelves, Instead of having to moves books Go Duster zips in and out. You are going to save so much time. Fantastic. So it's powerful enough but gentle enough to use on precious glassware and other delicate items. as you just showed us

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Gentlemen, start your engines, or in this case, your Go Dusters. (Duster whirrs.) Guys, back to you.

Coming up, has 'Gladiators' host Zoe Naylor got what it takes to beat Kai at his own game?

I reckon she may have. But straight ahead - get ready, girls. He's one of Greece's biggest pop stars and he's performing his song 'Shake It' right after this.

You got to say it like that, Shaaake it.

# Tomorrow on the Morning Show,

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Ladies, it's time. But down the cup

of tea and get nice and

of tea and get nice and comfortable in the bean bag. In Greece, he's known as the Gucci model who is god's gift to women. Back in 2004 he came third in the Eurovision Song Contest. His name is Sakis Rouvas.

Can you say it again? Rrb He's currently touring Australia

and he joins us now with a performance of his Eurovision song 'Shake It'.

Come on, Larry! Come on. # Every time you wanna play # Turn me on # All the way # Come to me and take the ride

# Skin on skin, # It s pure delight # Givin me the passion

# You re burnin my heart # Gonna rock you till you drop, baby

# You re the reason I m feelin so hot # Want you now, # I just can t stop # I would trade my life for a night with you # Driven by desire # Make that move on me # It s time for you to see that my world s on fire # Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Give me some more shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more # Forever # Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more # Forever # Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah # Every day I can t resist

# Need the taste of your lips, darlin # It s your body that drivin me nuts # Let me in # I ve got to touch # I would trade my life for a night with you # Driven by desire # Make that move on me # It s time for you to see that my world s on fire

# Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more # Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more # Forever # Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah # Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Gimme some more shake it, mi amor

# Crazy for love # Gimme some more shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Give me some more # Forever # Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Give me some more shake it, mi amor # Crazy for love # Give me some more # Forever # Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah # Shake, shake, shake. # CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

That was fabulous. Oh, two. Three.

Three! Oh. I want to extend the

warmest of warm welcomes. Hello, Larry,

Larry, I want some of that. You

know, Larry would normally do this

but he didn't want to be in the same

vicinity. Yes, leave me alone.

Larry? Where are you? Do you want

Larry instead of me? That is okay

then. No, no. We can do it like

three together. No, just the two of

us will be more than enough. Tell us

you have got such a fabulous career, you have been

you have been a model and a singer.

Not really a model. Not reamy a

model. I beg to differ because we

have got shots of you have got shots of you looking have got shots of you looking kind

of hot when you are modelling. That

says model to me. We have says model to me. We have seen enough says model to me. We have seen

enough! Come on, early in the morning, take

morning, take it away. What is that

if it is not a modelling pose (whip cracks) if it is not a modelling pose (whip

cracks). I hope my mother dozen see

the show. She will be very proud of

you. What are you doing in

Australia? We are touring with Demis

Rumos, we just came from

Rumos, we just came from the United States of America and we are going

to Africa and... Can you walk down

the street in your home town without

getting mobbed. Yes. Yes, you can.

Do you have a girlfriend, we want to know, all the

know, all the single ladies in know, all the single ladies

know, all the single ladies in the

office and the staff and office and the staff and producers

hanging around. No

hanging around. No I'm not single.

You're taken. That is disappointing.

Is it? Well, I need to enjoy my life

and you know, having a good time and

feeling good. Yeah. Welcome to

Australia. Thank you very Australia. Thank you very much.

Snecs Saturday, will you come? I'll

be there. Sydney Interb tainment

be there. Sydney Interb tainment Centre. Just head to the web site.

Larry. Yeah!

Iment kpepb Greek music play

(Greek music plays) Hang on, thank

you, Kylie. And if you'd like to see Sakis perform But first, Glenn's found the secret to a good night's sleep.

Do you wake up feeling exhausted? Or maybe you call him by some other name. Maybe it's the living chainsaw that's actually next to you while you're trying to sleep. But very probably, do you know what it is? The pillow that you're sleeping on. So I've asked Janelle from Daily Deals to come in and shed a little bit of light on how to get the perfect night's sleep. Good morning, Janelle. Great to see you, Glenn. Welcome back to The Morning Show. Thank you. How important is finding the right pillow? Glenn, I actually think it's critical. a lack of quality sleep Research shows that an unsuitable pillow. can often be attributed to your local physio You only need to ask healthcare professional. or any other That's true. So what's the best way

sleep-deprived Morning Show viewers to ensure that all of our a bit bleary-eyed this morning, who are out there, night's sleep they deserve? get the perfect, restful cause headaches and snoring. Pillows that are too soft Glenn, pillows.

cause tossing and turning. Pillows that are too firm save viewers from waking up tired, Now, our offer today will not only a whole lot of money too. it's going to save them at that word 'save'. You had me You know how I love the word 'save'. You love that, don't you? Go for it. Introducing the Microlux pillow. Now, the Microlux pillow combines both soft, breathable comfort

with firm inner support. It's a specially designed pillow with superb microfibre filling.

I'm just a bloke, and a simple man at that. Microfibre - what is it? Let me explain, Glenn. The Microlux microfibre is a unique, hypo-allergenic filling designed and meticulously engineered to replace nasty, old down,

more hygienic providing you with a healthier, and odourless sleeping experience. Looks fabulous.

the Microlux pillow's design So how does Gregory Peck at night time? actually help the old

Good question, Glenn. microfibre here. Now, this is the Microlux It's quite amazing, isn't it? You can feel it. you can see there, Unlike the down

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for mould, bacteria, fungus They become a breeding ground your old favourite. and dust mites,

the more likely it is contaminated. Now, the older your pillow, And here's an interesting fact - that's maybe just two years old 10% of the weight of a pillow and their droppings. can be composed of dead mites in there. by yourself So even when you do go to bed you are actually accompanied. Often. So how can Healthguard save me? Scary.

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And, let's face it, for a good night's sleep. you would pay anything but it doesn't stop there. You would indeed - to Morning Show viewers, As a further special offer can have the exclusive opportunity the first 100 credit-card callers with all those bonuses to buy a second set of two pillows for half the price. Just $25 plus postage and handling. We love you, Janelle. and sleep a whole lot easier. Call right now

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I love you too, Glenn! Thanks very much. in with the microfibre. Don't you love it? Back to you, guys.

I have never seen the studio so

crowded. There are hundreds of crowded. There are hundreds

people. I haven't seen half those

people. He was good fun. Megan from

Queensland, talking about things people. He was good fun. Megan from

that get chucked away by your partner., " that get chucked away by your partner. that get chucked away by your

partner., "I donated

partner., "I donated a lot of

clothes to Vinnie's. Three days

don't wear my wedding later my husband asked me why I

don't wear my wedding rings."

Luckily, Vinnie's found the rings in

the clothes that thaid given away. the clothes that thaid given

the clothes that thaid given aa

lucky escape. at mobile phones through the ages. Still to come - we'll take a look we ever lived without them. It's hard to believe

What did you think of my Greek

dancing, by the way. If you don't

think you were think it was 'Sex and the City'y. I

think you were dead

think you were dead sexy. As opposed

to just dead water. But next, the latest move to reduce gay discrimination in schools - a ban on the words 'husband' and 'wife'. Will it work? We'll ask our Wednesday jury after the break.

I've been using this one. Try Herbal Essences. from new Herbal Essences. Surprisingly luscious hair

Now back to The Morning Show with Kylie and Larry.

# Do you want to get loud

# I do want to

# I do want to apologise to any

Greek viewers if I upset you

Greek viewers if I upset you with my

dancing or any viewers. No, you dancing or any viewers. No, you were

sensitivities. I embracing it. You upset my

sensitivities. I upset a lot of

people, out the window. On the way this morning,

she's the host of 'Gladiators' so no doubt she's ready to fight. But will Kai be up to the challenge when he takes on Zoe Naylor in Beat the Stylist? later this hour. Get ready to do battle,

to stay out of the headlines. Also, Heather Mills can't seem is that she's become a stalker. The latest revelation

We'll get the goss on that one shortly.

Plus, from the brick to the BlackBerry. Gadget guru Pete Blasina will join us to chart the rise and rise of the mobile phone. "Mum" and "dad" are some of the first words we learn. But now teachers are being urged to stop using them, like "husband" and "wife". along with terms to reduce homophobia. It's all part of a push "parent" or "partner" instead Teachers would use

diversity training. and they'd also receive So is this political correctness gone too far? Let's ask our Thursday Jury. On the couch we have Kate Cox from the 'Sun Herald' Brekkie Show, Adam Spencer. and host of the ABC 702

Good morning to you both.

How are we? We are okay, as good as

a Greek dancer can be.

Kate, do you think the words "mum" and "dad" could be offensive?

I kind of know where they are coming

from, the family structure is

changing a lot

changing a lot and I mean, I have

got got a friend

got a friend who is childcare

worker. One of her charges has two

mums. And the little girl

mums. And the little girl is constantly asking her where her dad

is, even though she is a perfectly happy

happy situation, got two mums and she feels she feels already at she feels already at the

she feels already at the age of two,

which one is my dad? So if there was a

a culture where the term partner and

terms like that were used more

commonly, it would be a lot more

embracing. I kind of see where you are going, one

are going, one of the most beautiful terms

terms your kids use is calling you

dad or mum I would never stop my

dad or mum I would never stop my kid

calling me dad, you don't want a

situation where it is illegal to say

the word mother but I

the word mother but I have no

trouble with my kids

trouble with my kids being read a

story enschool where Uncle Kevin has

a very good friend called Michael. I

live in inner west, new town, you go

to the park on any given day, there

are kids there with two mums. IVF,

are kids there with two mums. IVF, in every

in every kindergarten, there is an

IVF baby, it wasn't the case before.

20 years froum now, most kids will

have a friend who has same-sex

parents. I have no

parents. I have no problem

recognising that. To say using the

recognising that. To say using the word dad is offensive and should be banicide too far

banicide too far but we should read

a book to the kids where we say, "

a book to the kids where we say, "Here

"Here is mummy and mummy has a

girlfriend." I agree, the husband

and wife are standing at the altar,

do you take Kate to be your wife?

Stopping that is too far. I think it

is good to introduce new terms and to

to try to use them regularly, but

outlawing the current status quo is

a bit political correctness gone too

a bit political correctness gone too

far. But you should say far. But you should say and

occasionally, the boyfriend or girlfriend. And in other news, around 50,000 Gold Coast residents who didn't vote in last month's council elections will escape penalties because the election had been poorly organised. Adam, should you be able to refuse to vote on the basis of poor organisation, or maybe unsatisfactory candidates?

Wouldn't it be great to say, "

Wouldn't it be great to say, "Had a look at

look at the candidates, see you later, I'm later, I'm not

later, I'm not going to

later, I'm not going to waste ink on

them." But I like the fact someone

in government has in government has come out

in government has come out and in government has come out and said, " in government has come out and said,

"Look, we did a "Look, we did

"Look, we did really shoddy job,

sorry." People are terrified to

sorry." People are terrified to admit they did a bad job. Port

Adelaide after last year's grand

final should come out and said if

you want you want your membership back you can.

can. John truvolte should say, if

you went to Battleship Earth, send

me the stub I'll give you the money

back. It is

back. It is too expensive to chase

everyone up, we were to happen

everyone up, we were to happen

disorganised, don't worry about it.

I wish I could do that in life

sometimes. It is too hard. I take it on, but it

on, but it is seting a good bad

example when the government is

supposed to be seting the opposite.

You should be give an box " You should be give an box

You should be give an box "none of

the above." I don't dig any of

the above." I don't dig any of these

kands dts. Isn't that a donkey vote.

17 per cent didn't vote for anyone,

you have to lift your game. Finally, Brisbane Lord Mayor Campbell Newman says

bad road manners are to blame for traffic congestion.

He says aggressive drivers make delays worse and traffic would flow more smoothly if drivers were simply more courteous on the road.

Kate, what do you think - are drivers to blame?

Or is it infrastructure.

Or is it infrastructure? It is a

Or is it infrastructure? It is a bit

of both but drive rrz to blame. I remember watching a car

remember watching a car show, not

sure why I was watching it

sure why I was watching it but they did did a test

did a test where the driver who

drove carefully, stuck to the speed

limit, didn't whiz around

limit, didn't whiz around the lanes

was put against another driver who

did zip from lane

did zip from lane to lane, they

at the airport the same time. The did zip from lane to lane, they got

old tortoise and the heir. If you

look at the traffic

look at the traffic jambs, in large

cars by themselves saying, "

cars by themselves saying, "I can't

believe there are so many people,

why is everyone driving." If you are

in a traffic jamb, you are

in a traffic jamb, you are by

definition part of the problem. More

people could not use

people could not use their cars or

drive at times out

drive at times out of peak drive at times out of peak hours.

Adam for Roads Minister, problem

sorted. We going to talk about a

kilo? No, if you have time. Next

week, the redefinition of the kilo

as an imperial unit, hang on, it is a

a teaser, Tom Williams is mad on that.

that. That is going straight to the

promo reel: Later this hour, Kai faces up to the battle of his career

when he takes on the host of 'Gladiators', Zoe Naylor, in Beat the Stylist. Plus we reveal the latest Aussie actor to hit the big time. But first, Glenn's found a great way to help you preserve those precious memories. Oh, I love this job, you know, I get to meet some great birds. Here's a shot of another one - I love it. I've got lots of pictures like this, documents and things that I'd love to be able to print at home

but who can afford it, the price of ink? It is up there with petrol and groceries, trust me. But here's a thought. Maybe you don't have to pay quite so much to print at home

so I've invited Tamara back on to The Morning Show to let us in on the secret. Good morning, Tamara. Good morning, Glenn. Ink prices - out of control, don't you reckon? Absolutely. It's just getting way too expensive. I'm tired of paying outrageous prices for printing. We all are, we're all in the same boat. What would you recommend? Glenn, if you were to buy a Kodak Easy Share all-in-one printer right now, on everything that you printed. you could start saving up to 50%

It's a big saving, that's great. And good news because, I mean, I'm at the point, as a lot of viewers probably are

where you start to question the cost of everything you're printing all the time.

Tell us a bit about this unit. OK, Glenn. The Kodak Easy Share all-in-one printer and ink system is an incredible ink jet printer that prints you black and white documents for a fraction of the cost you pay for competing brands. So, I don't have to cringe

every time the old out-of-ink light comes on? No, you don't. And it gives you Kodak lab quality photos for as low as 20 cents per print. That is also for the ink and the paper. Ink and paper, 20 cents? That's great.

So, how is it, then, that we can save so much money with this particular printer? It all comes down to the price of the ink. The Kodak black ink cartridge, it costs just $14.99 and the five-ink colour cartridge is only $24.99. So there's actually only 2 ink cartridges to buy? That's right. And on average, here's what you get for every $5 you spent on ink. With other ink-jet printers, you'll get 48 black text documents. With the Kodak Easy Share all-in-one printer,

you get $145 black text documents.

And, also, if you are looking at colour photos - 4x6 inch photos - you might get 11 with other ink jets, but you get 32 with the Kodak. They're very interesting statistics. Amazing value, there. So, tell us a bit about the rest of the features because it can obviously do a whole lot more, looking at it? Sure, it's also a flat-bed scanner and a great copier, as well as a high-speed copier for your documents and, of course, it's a photo printer that can give you Kodak lab quality photos with the touch of a single button.

We like that - Kodak lab quality because that's the thing - we know the prints are going to be great because it is a Kodak printer and Kodak has only been doing photos for over a century. Glenn, you don't even have to use the computer if you don't want to. Look, it has slots for memory cards in all sorts of the formats. Oh, that's good. Or you can connect your digital camera directly to the USB ports right here if, of course, your camera is PictBridge enabled. That's a very handy little adaption. I like that. Plus, there's no need to change the paper every time you want to print a photo.

The printer, very handy, has two paper trays -

your 4x6 photo paper is already loaded. You just push in the tray and you're ready to go. So you're not mucking around, changing things over - that's great. It doesn't get any easier than that. Worry-free printing, Tamara. I like it. You can even preview and edit your photos right here on this 3-inch colour screen. What a good idea. Now, what if I need to scan a photo in? Well, you can scan lots of photos at the same time and still save them as separate files. You don't even have to line the photos up straight.

And the photos won't fade, will they? No, of course, this printers uses pigment-based ink so your photos will last a lifetime. Fabulous. And, I guess it's fast, too? Yeah, sure.

The all-in-one will print 4x6 snapshot photos in as little as 28 seconds. That's great. Well, if you add in the fact

that it prints your photos with the push of a single button, it scans, it copies, it prints great looking documents and brilliant graphics and don't forget, saves you up to 50% on everything you print,

choosing a printer has really become a bit of a no-brainer, really. What's your asking price, Tamara? This 5300 model here is only $249. And, as we said, you pay just $14.99 for the black ink and $24.99 for the five-ink colour. That's terrific. Just the two cartridges - I like that. So forget about replacing the ink, replace the printer.

Tamara, where can we buy the Kodak printer from? All you have to do is visit a JB Hi Fi, a Ted's Camera, Wow or Paxton store near you. Great.

Start saving up to 50% on everything you print today with a Kodak Easy Share all-in-one printer. The more you print, the more you save. Thanks for coming in, Tamara. Thanks, Glenn. Guys, from my bird and I, back to you. Okay, thanks. Ahead for you this morning, we all know Kai is the fashion authority here at The Morning Show. But does he have what it takes to beat the host of 'Gladiators'? Zoe Naylor's not going to give in without a fight. So stay tuned for all the action when we return

She might bash him around the head

with a big hammer.

with a big hammer.Ern with Beat The Stylist.

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Bryan McFaden performs live, also

the TV classics that are making a

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pack a suitcase, do

pack a suitcase, do you role, fold

or scrunch? Find out tomorrow. Just

chuck it all in, sit on it. Speaking

of travel, a bit of bad news,

network says, Tom

network says, Tom Williams who was

network says, Tom Williams who was meant to be joining you next

has been called away. meant to be joining you next week has been called away. There is a

trip. I don't know trip. I don't know what they are

talking about. He can't make it.

talking about. He can't make it. I

found a new guy, we think he is

going to be really funny. Laughter. Make

Make sure you join Kylie and Make sure you join Kylie and

Shmoltzy. I thought you were

serious. Kylie, that is serious.

Okay. Let's go.

Kai's accepting a challenge this week that's got him, and our shopper, going back to the '80s.

With a $200 Westfield gift card each, they hit the shops. Shortly, our panel of celebrity judges will tell us how they rate each outfit. But first, let's meet our contestants. In the hot seat again is our stylist Kai Aiyub and everyone's favourite female 'Gladiator' host, Zoe Naylor. Good morning.

I think it is important we call Kay

by his 'Gladiators' name, Bedazzler.

I thought it was Starlotter. You

need he'lls to do that. I love you recycled my

recycled my T-s