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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. in this case, You have reached a verdict is that correct, Madam Foreman? not guilty of murder. Find the defendant (CROWD CHEERS) It happens around the world. in our courtrooms? So should cameras be allowed This morning on Sunrise, of showing trials on TV. the pros and cons Then... little Vegemites (SINGS) # We're happy # As bright as bright can be # We all enjoy our Vegemite for breakfast lunch and tea... # for breakfast, lunch and tea... # ..the iconic sounds of Australia. We've got the official list. risking their lives to save yours. Also, the teenagers for so much responsibility? But are they too young to blacked out... And from back stage talk about it, not her. I'm the one who won't let you pulled the plug ..why Katy Perry's manager on our exclusive interview. on the Wednesday edition of Sunrise. We've got the spat in full # Reach up for the sunrise... # VOICEOVER: This is Sunrise on Seven. Kochie and Nat. Now live from Brekky Central,

It was light and then dark. interviews just don't go to plan. Sometimes is a case in point Nuala's chat with Katy Perry and you'll see why after 7:00. on our biggest ever trade deal Australia is about to sign off to supply natural gas to China. The $50 billion deal construction project should underpin the biggest ever in Australia's history, off the West Australian coast. the Gorgon development on the job Which could see 6,000 workers at the peak construction period. in 2015. Exports are scheduled to begin today A Victorian man will face court Des Moran. over the murder of underworld figure yesterday Michael Farrugia was arrested in Melbourne late last night. and charged during a brief hearing The 45-year-old said very little antidepressants. except that he was on over the June 15 murder He's the fourth person to be charged at a Melbourne Cafe. is already in custody, Moran's sister-in-law Judy Suzanne Kane along with family friend and her boyfriend Geoffrey Armour. has attacked a NATO convoy A Taliban suicide bomber in Afghanistan ahead of the country's elections. and 50 injured in the attack. At least 8 people were killed there'll be more violence The Taliban has vowed as polling day approaches. will not let this opportunity The people of Afghanistan go from them. to decide their future leadership In a separate attack, and three wounded two US soldiers were killed in eastern Afghanistan. when their vehicle struck a bomb are about to get a big increase Federal MPs in their travel allowance. or $1,000 a year They've been awarded an extra 7%

in Canberra. to attend Parliament House in their nightly allowance They'll get an extra 10% to stay in Sydney for trips to Melbourne. and 3.8% more such increases can't be justified. Greens Senator Bob Brown says An inquiry could be ordered and British World War I troops into how of hundreds of Australian from mass graves in France. are being exhumed is worried An independent archaeologist has been excavated, saying about the way the site they could be mixed up. and battlefield heritage group Britain's all-party war graves when it meets in October. is expected to address the issue has been charged A former US secret service worker the biggest credit card fraud with masterminding in American history. Albert Gonzales is accused credit card databases of hacking into of millions of people. and stealing the personal details The man accused biggest-ever credit card scam, of masterminding America's 28-year-old Albert Gonzales awaiting trial was already in custody cyber theft case to date for the most serious on charges of stealing when detectives indicted him credit and debit cards. details from more than 130 million From a quiet Miami suburb, Gonzales made the switch it's claimed from police informer of hackers. to running a global network One day I say like you people "I'm glad I have neighbour "because you are so nice." All the time in the morning 15 policemens coming! there were like With co-conspirators in Russia, hacked into the central computers it's claimed Gonzales of several large American businesses

but we're all at risk. maintain a healthy level of concern I think, you know, consumers should how they protect their details and be vigilant about more done by corporations but ultimately, there needs to be who look after our details doesn't occur in the future. to ensure that this type of incident become ever more advanced, And as payment technologies ever more sophisticated. the criminals become that as you swipe your card, There's always the possibility could be swiping your details. someone somewhere In finance news:

after two days of. Home Depot Up 82 points. Trying to come back results which is like Bunnings and good sales figures for LEGO. good sales figures for LEGO. results which is like Bunnings and good sales figures for LEGO. results which is like Bunnings and Apparently more parents are buying LEGOs but not taking them out. Always a recession buster. We

Telstra is on a pretty good roll.

do a good job there. The new boss at Telstra is going to

with China. Back to that massive gas deal a $50 billion agreement Australia has signed to export liquefied natural gas. Craig James is at CommSec. Good morning to you. This will create 6,000 jobs earned over the next 20 years? but the big value is the money An extra $40 billion in tax revenue. An extra $

We are talking about benefits that will flow to the Australian economy over the next 30 or 40 over the next 30 or 40 years. Not like the stimulus packages. We had the Snowy River scheme and this

scheme or this project is the

largest construction project in Australia's history. It will have

6,000 construction jobs at the height of construction. It requires

all the other peripherals that the

other construction workers need.

Then you go to the production phase

in 2015 and then the flow of revenue

to the Australian economy. This is only natural gas. China 1. only natural gas. China 1.3 billion population require our natural resources. They are industrialising

and they will require a whole lot

more of what we produce over a long

period of time. Some believe the

China boom will end next year. It

will go a long time providing a lot of benefits to the Australian

economy. Because it is 200 kl off the coast we tend to forget about

projects like this. We will talk to

you tomorrow. It is huge. 20 years,

each year every month this money

will come into the trade figures,

month in, month out, 20 years. $ month in, month out, 20 years. $20

billion a year. We should check out

the north-west shelf. I was a young

finance journo and went there. You

could go back. It is amazing. Soon on Sunrise, Nick D'Arcy comes in from the cold to rejoin the Australian swim team. But first, a quick check of today's weather. Around the capitals: fine for Brisbane and Sydney. Canberra will have some early frost. Windy conditions for Melbourne. Sunny weather for Hobart. Adelaide will be mainly fine. Showers for Perth. While Darwin will be fine and hot. Fifi has the weather in detail live from Bondi Beach when Sunrise continues.

Tomorrow, get ready to take off! The announcement that will change Australian skies. And it's exclusive to Sunrise. Plus, one-on-one with Aussie actress Rose Byrne. That's Thursday. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Andrew Flintoff says he's fit and ready to reclaim the Ashes. The England all-rounder has been testing out his injured knee at training and says he's desperate to get his name on the England team sheet. You know, it's my last Test and everything like that but I'm not too fussed about that to be honest with you. It's more a chance at winning the Ashes again. I'm looking forward to the challenge come Thursday, I'm really excited about facing him. Clarke wouldn't speculate on whether Brett Lee will make it into the Aussie side for Thursday's start of the fifth Test. Jake King's season is over after he was suspended by the AFL tribunal for striking Collingwood's Alan Didak. It was King's hit that sparked an ugly melee involving 20 players in Saturday's clash between the Tigers and the Magpies at the MCG. More than $23,000 was handed down in fines and although banned for two matches, King escaped a fine because he didn't get involved in the melee. Wayne Bennett has apologised to journalists following a bizarre dead-pan press conference by Dragons fullback Darius Boyd. Boyd offered little more than 1- or 2-word answers to the large media contingent as the premiership favourites trained in Wollongong ahead of Friday's blockbuster against Brisbane. Yeah, can't wait. That excited? Yep. Yeah, that was pretty good, hey. You fair dinkum? Yeah. At least star five-eighth Jamie Soward was a little more forthcoming. You know, we're just looking forward to Friday night and it will be like a finals game and finals atmosphere. While the Dragons are still playing for the minor premiership, the Broncos must win to stay in the top eight. Our Aussie men have put on an impressive show at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin. John Steffensen, Joel Milburn and Sean Wroe have all cruised into the semifinals of the men's 400m. Steffensen finished second in his heat behind reigning Olympic champ LaShawn Merritt from the United States. COMMENTATOR: It's good to see John Steffensen coming back into some sort of form. Petrina Price narrowly missed out on a berth in the high jump final. Controversial swimmer Nick D'Arcy is continuing to rebuild his reputation by securing a spot on Australia's World Cup series team. D'Arcy, who escaped jail in March for breaking a team-mate's jaw, made his return to high-level competition at last week's short-course championships in Hobart. It's hoped D'Arcy can help Australia bounce back from a disappointing performance at the recent World Championships in Rome. Darius Boyd a man of few words.

Concise and to the point. Concise and to the

Concise and to thePoint. He gave us the executive answer to his

feelings. Which is perfectly fine to

do. Media training today Let's check

in with Fifi who is getting a real

taste of spring. I am although it is

only 9 degrees here at Bondi Beach.

There are some guys out there in speedos but we are not showing those

because there are kids up this morning. South-East Queensland is having a heatwave between 28 and 30 degrees and above-average temps for Victoria and South Australia. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Around Queensland: a shower or two for Cairns. Townsville and Mackay will be sunny. Blue skies for Rockhampton and the Sunshine Coast. While Brisbane will have a top of 22. Across New South Wales: mostly sunny for Coffs Harbour. Early frost for Tamworth and Dubbo. Fine for Newcastle and Canberra. While Sydney will have a top of 20. Around Victoria: a shower or two developing in Mildura. Windy in Ballarat and Geelong. Early frost for Bendigo. While Melbourne will be 19. Across Tasmania: fine for Launceston. Late showers for Strahan. While Hobart will have a top of 19. In South Australia: evening shower for Mount Gambier. Partly cloudy for Ceduna. The chance of a morning shower for Coober Pedy. While Adelaide will have a pleasant 23 degrees. Across the Northern Territory: fine and sunny for Alice Springs. Hot conditions for Katherine. A top of 33 for Darwin. In WA: a shower or two for Albany. Rain developing in Kalgoorlie. Fine for Karratha. While Perth will have showers and 19 degrees.

I will have more weather for you

very shortly from Bondi. Back to

you, Nat and Kochie. Just ahead - Lindsay Lohan's botox binge. Then, the push to televise court trials. We'll hear both sides of the argument. And is this our most iconic sound?

# Yes, I am

# Yes, I am wise # Yes, I paid the price

# But look how much I gained... # But look how much I gained...# Hear what makes Australia's official list later on Sunrise.

Because nourished hair Take care. The E-File on Sunrise with the all-original Nelson Aspen brought to you by 'New Idea', for all the latest celebrity news and more. There's been plenty of speculation about the role of Michael Jackson's doctor in the singer's death. Now Dr Conrad Murray has spoken out. For more, we're joined by Nelson Aspen. What has Jacko's doctor said, Nelson?

He has been so cooperatively with

law enforcement but he wanted to

address the public and his patients and family members who wanted to

contact him. He put out a video. We heard so much about him but now we hear from him. I want to thank all of my patients and friends who have sent such kind emails, letters and messages to let me know of your support and prayers for me and my family. Because of all that has been going on, I am afraid to return phone calls or use my email. Therefore I recorded this video to

let all of you know that I have been receiving your messages. I have not been able to thank you personally which, as you know, is not normal for me. Your messages give me strength and courage and keep me going.

They mean the world to me. Please don't worry. As long as I keep God in my heart and you in my life, I will be fine. I have done all I could do. I told the truth and I have faith that truth will prevail.

God bless you and thank you. I feel

better now, Nelson. I was starting

to worry about him. God bless America too. Lindsay Lohan's wild behaviour repeatedly makes headlines but now her sudden plumped-up pout has sparked attention. Nelson, has Lindsay been stung by a big bee?

Maybe that or she was sucking on a lemon she is just pouting. Some new photographs look like she changed more than just her hair colour. She

looks like she has done some work on her lips. This is not the first time she has been kaouzed of using injectables. Collagen or rest Lin.

She is only 21. Why would she need this stuff S these young girls Hollywood will try anything. Thank you for that. We will email you a

list of great Australian performers who live in America. Helen Reddy.

She and I go to the same an es tigs. What? Anestician. No injectables for

us. We get the dermabrasion. Is that

Hollywood for dermatologist? Yes, skin, but not a dermatologist. Nat, you come to Beverly Hills, I will get you scraped Oh what an offer.

You don't get that every day. Next time you see Helen, say g'day. After the break, this morning's new and weather. Plus shortly, the Aussie sounds that have become part of our history. And then, we're backstage with Katy Perry. But what made her manager turn the lights out? I thought there was a power outage. So did I. Nuala has the scoop coming up on Sunrise. Come in and enjoy some family time

Jumping up and down to the disco beat, and that helps. You can wink at me anytime you want. I just got a little flutter. Listen to what people say and do what you're told, basically. That's what I'm doing. Oh, really? Yeah. Nelson Aspen in the United States. A job's a job, right? Richard Arnold in the UK. I'm your resident "gob on a stick" as they say here in the UK. Showbiz reporting's A-list but only on Sunrise. Coming up - would cameras in courtrooms make the justice process more transparent? And how a woman became pregnant with 12 babies. A medical expert will be in to explain. But right now, it's news time here's Ann. Good morning. Australia's economy has received a major boost with a $50 billion deal to supply gas to China becoming our biggest trade deal ever. The deal should be enough to seal the country's biggest-ever construction project, the Gorgon development off the West Australian coast. It's expected to create 6,000 jobs over the next 5 years. In a lot of ways it represents a bigger investment in Australia than the Government's last economic stimulus package, hence the significance not only to the west coast of Australia, but to the whole Australian economy. The natural gas should start flowing in 2015. The contract runs for 20 years. There are calls for more American troops in Afghanistan as violence escalates ahead of this week's elections. US Senator John McCain has visited the troubled region and says doubling the number of troops will help defeat Taliban militants. It is very clear to me that more resources are needed in the form of additional troops as well as material, economic and other support. In the latest violence, suicide bombers rammed a truck full of explosives into a NATO envoy, killing at least seven people. Finally some good news from the man who oversees the global financial system. International Monetary Fund chief Olivier Blanchard says the global recovery from the worst slump in 70 years has begun. But he warns countries need to rebalance their economies to make sure it's sustainable. Australia is unlikely to see any further rate cuts as a result of the positive global outlook. A Sydney man's been charged with murder over the 1995 stabbing of a schoolboy on his way home from football training. 16-year-old Peter Savage was stabbed in the heart and robbed of his train pass just 200m from his house. A 31-year-old man was arrested by Sydney police yesterday afternoon. He's been charged with murder and robbery in company. He was refused bail. An Australian hearing expert has warned listening to iPods at full volume is like taking a chainsaw to your eardrums. Professor Harvey Dillon predicts personal MP3 players will be the leading cause of deafness in future generations. Most Australians over the age of 65 blame their hearing loss on workplace noise. But so-called 'leisure noise' is just as bad. Professor Dillon warns those getting noise at work and at play are in an extra dangerous category. In finance news: Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Australian batsman Michael Clarke has scoffed at suggestions that Australia will take the soft option and play for a draw in the final Test against England at The Oval. With the series tied at 1-1, the Aussies will retain the Ashes if there's no result in the fifth match but Clarke says that's not how Australia plays the game. I don't think we should start now. Out of the 50-odd Tests I've played, we've never tried to play for a draw. Play gets under way tomorrow with no word on whether Brett Lee will play. Jake King's season is over after he was suspended by the AFL tribunal for striking Collingwood's Alan Didak. It was King's hit that sparked an ugly melee involving 20 players in Saturday's clash between the Tigers and the Magpies at the MCG. More than $23,000 was handed down in fines and although banned for two matches, King escaped a fine because he didn't get involved in the mellee. Our Aussie men have put on an impressive show at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin. John Steffensen, Joel Milburn and Sean Wroe have all cruised into the semifinals of the men's 400m. Steffensen finished second in his heat behind reigning Olympic champ LaShawn Merritt from the United States. COMMENTATOR: It's good to see John Steffensen coming back into some sort of form. Petrina Price narrowly missed out on a berth in the high jump final. Good results from the worlds. Good to see the boys doing well. The high

jump, wearing the long socks is an interesting look. It has come around

again. When I was doing little

athletics, high jumps was a little

intense. A lot can happen. Weather

time now. Fifi is at beautiful

Bondi. I am. It is like peak hour for the fitness at Bondi Beach. Showers for central Australia.

A high will bring another calm and dry day to the east while driving warmer winds across western New South Wales and Victoria. A trough will also cause isolated showers over South Australia as a front slips south. Around the capitals: fine for Brisbane today. The sunny weather will continue for the rest of the week. Fine also for Sydney with a top of 20. With blue skies continuing right into the weekend. Canberra will have some early frost before a sunny day. The clear skies should continue until possible showers on Friday afternoon. A sunny morning for Melbourne with some windy conditions developing. The blustery conditions should hang around until the weekend. Hobart will be fine with a top of 19 degrees. Rain should start to develop tomorrow and Friday. Mainly fine for Adelaide today. There's the chance of showers on Friday but should clear for the weekend. A shower or two for Perth. The wet conditions should last right through until next week. While Darwin will have a top of 33 degrees. The hot and sunny conditions will continue for the rest of the week. Not bad weather-wise for the country

today, Nat and Kochie. I will have

more weather details for you in half

an hour. Tile for Thought of the

Day. If you have been sitting Day. If you have been sitting around

thinking and have a good thought

send it in. Have I treated everyone

today how I would like to be treated

tomorrow. I love that one. My dad

used to always tell me that. Do you

live by it? Now and then. As much as

I can! When it suits you. No, as

much as I can.

much as I can. Did you do that with

our ghost person yesterday? Yeah,

yeah, she was happy to be

questioned. Joke of the Day comes from Joe Fitzgerald. Julia Gillard

was travelling the country and the

car hits a cow. Julia is just

shocked. She says to the driver to get out and check. The animal is

stone cold dead. You were driving,

tell the farmer. Two hours later the

chauffeur comes back totally plastered and

plastered and had a great time. What

happened? I get there and the farmer opened his best bottle of whiskey

and his wife gave me a meal and his

daughter was arm Russ to me. What

did you say? I said I am Julia Gillard's chauffeur and I just

killed the old cow. Julia has such a

sense of humour and she would like that one. I was worried about

offending politicians. She has a

great sense of humour.

The furn tour ads that ha sparked debate. Here is another iconic sound. Punch for punch. A lot of

fight fg. What else should make the

list? The Wilsons, brought to you by BigPond sport. Rain is forecast for the fifth Ashes Test. Aussie vice-captain Michael Clarke says his the team won't be playing for a draw. Will the Poms rise to the challenge? Let's ask the Wilsons. Good morning. Jim, the Aussies are starting to apply the pressure to England. Will they crumble? England is under the pump. They

won't play for a draw. Our record at

the Oval is not flash. The wildcard

here is Andrew Flintoff. Bec, I

think from England's point of view,

they need him back in there. It is last hurrah. He is the guy who can

trouble Australia. He will be on painkillers galore. Australia is too mentally tough and they will be good

for the old enemy. It was good while

you were away because I got a word

in. Flintoff is the difference. I

don't think it will matter if he is

on one leg. It will be a tight Test

match if Freddie is OK. I am so

looking forward to it. It won't be

the same things that we sue in the

past. It won't be a reka pit laigs because se there. Andrew Flintoff will play. Is there a danger for the Aussies getting caught up in the "Farewell Freddy Test"?

The trouble starts up and it can get

daunting. The Australians are

experienced. The last thing Ricky

needs after losing the Ashes in 2005

is not coming home with the urn.

is a big week for Ricky Ponting. is not coming home with the urn. It

Hussey has to make runs. If he

doesn't, he is gone for the summer.

Michael Hussey's position in that

top order is under pressure. If he

doesn't make a run, he is gone for the summer. Controversial swimmer Nick D'Arcy is back in the green and gold named in Australia's World Cup series team. Bec, is all forgiven now? I certainly haven't forgiven him.

You take someone out of their sport

for a long time. The jury is out,

Beretts. I am not convinced he is a

completely reformed human being. He

didn't show great signs of humility and apology following his

conviction. I don't particularly

like him and that is just my

opinion. I guess if you do the crime

and you seven the time and you are

allowed to go back and do your

sport. Yes, Leisel Jones is also

back. She took a 12-month break. She went on a beautician course and she

is back. God, she is matured. She is

a wonderful ambassador not just for

swimming but for Australian sport. I

am rapped to see Leisel back. She is

doing a Tomkins. She has it balanced

which is good to see in this era.

Good to see you. I will let you have

a say. You idiot! Nat and Kochie.

Tell it like it is. Don't hold back. Shortly - would televising trials open up the courts or create a circus? And later, the teenagers putting their lives on the line to patrol our surf. But up next,

When we need a car, we call Thrifty - Australia's best-valued car and truck rental.

Milk, sweetie? Nan, did you know dad designed this table? Did he? Uh-huh. He chose this top, the size and the colour. He's very creative, your father. He was always very good at art. Yeah, mum reckons he's gay.

That's the new TV commercial for Freedom Furniture and it's raised a few eyebrows. So, is it clever and funny? Or does it just play on stereotypes? We'll seek some views later this morning. But in the meantime, share your opinions on the Soapbox. Any takers?

Any takers? I am in shock. Does it

mean you have to be gay - It is a reverse stereotype. That only people

who are gay are creative. Aren't a lot of ads stereotyping everyone? I

feel like I got to be butch to have

a can of beer. Work a can of beer. Work on a rail line. Sit in my undies while watching TV.

What else is making news? The Federal Government is cracking down on the weight-loss industry. The concern is so-called yo-yo dieting. A health taskforce is worried many people on diets stack the kilos back on when the program ends. Dieticians agree and say weight-loss firms should reveal the number of clients who manage to keep their weight down after two years. It is not a bad call considering it

is such a huge industry and people buy these products and reckon they

can lose the weight. $ can lose the weight. $40 million

industry and 60% of adults are

overweight or obese, allegedly. overweight or obese, allegedly. 42% were still enrolled after three

months. 7% stuck it out for a year.

That is an average. I read an article about research. Exercise

actually makes you put on weight

because you are so hungry after you

exercise and you eat more so you

give yourself a treat because " give yourself a treat because "I have

have been on the treadmill.

have been on the treadmill." This is a serious scientific research. I

know I am flying in the face of what

everyone says. I know exercise is

important and it is good for you health-wise. I keep muscle is heavier than fat. I just read that. 'Time' magazine. I bought health-wise. I keep justifying that

it at the service station. it at the service station. It justified my entire life. Sorry. That was it really. There must be more. There is more to tell us, isn't there? Oh about that. Definitely. I got plenty to tell you. South Australia's Premier wants to see court proceedings broadcast on TV. Mike Rann thinks it would make the justice system more open and transparent. Of course, they do it overseas.

You have reached a verdict in this case, is that correct, Madam Foreman? We find the defendant Orenthal J. Simpson not guilty of murder. (CHEERING) That was a more memorable case. Should cameras be allowed in our courtrooms? And would you watch it?

It is a fascinating thought T you

got to admit it is quite compelling, watching a live court room drama unfold. But you can walk in there.

Why isn't it televised. All the

drama with the wigs and barristers pontificating. It is not like 'Boston Legal'. Having covered courts for years, it is insanely

boring most of the tile. We need to

edit out all the boring bits? Yes.

Get some theme music going and

highlights. Maybe it would challenge

the judges and the lawyers not to be

so boring. They like a bit of a

performance. Some people fall asleep

it gets so dull in court. Is that

what you did? I was working.

About this time yesterday we asked you if bullies should be named and shamed. After the break, our extended news and weather. Then, trials on TV - should cameras be allowed into our courtrooms? And the sounds that sum up Australia. See what makes the official list next on Sunrise.

It's light, then it's dark. I'm the one who won't let you talk about it, not her. That's Katy Perry's manager pulling the plug on our exclusive interview. Find out why and see the spat in full

this morning on Sunrise. Also, still to come this morning - You have reached a verdict in this case - is that correct, Madam Foreman? We find the defendant, Orenthal J. Simpson, not guilty of murder. (CROWD CHEERS) It happens around the world. So should cameras be allowed in our courtrooms too? Shortly, the pros and cons of showing trials on TV. Plus, the teenagers risking their lives to save yours. But are they too young for so much responsibility? And - (SINGS) # We're happy little Vegemites # As bright as bright can be # We all enjoy our Vegemite for breakfast, lunch and tea... # The iconic sounds of Australia. We've got the official list

as the Wednesday edition of Sunrise continues. If you've just tuned in, Mel is still unwell so Ann Sanders has this morning's news. Good morning again, Ann. Good morning. A suicide bomber has rammed a car loaded with explosives into a NATO convoy in Kabul, killing at least 10 people and injuring more than 50. It's the second major attack in the Afghan capital in four days

and comes just 48 hours before presidential elections the Taliban has vowed to disrupt. Seven's Asia correspondent Adrian Brown has this report. Well, good morning from a very windy Kabul where allegations are emerging which could well undermine the credibility and the legitimacy of tomorrow's poll. It concerns electoral fraud because new evidence has emerged

that shows that thousands of voter registration cards are now for sale on the streets of Kabul. I understand that these cards were bought from people who live in areas where the elections can't take place because of the worsening security situation. And that security situation certainly got worse yesterday. There were two rocket attacks on the presidential palace here in Kabul and two car bombs exploded close to the United Nations building. In the meantime, the government says that its security operation, it believes, will be enough to ensure that most people will be able to vote but the Independent Electoral Commission has conceded the voting probably won't take place in up to 30% of the country because of the security situation. Back to you. Australia's economy has received a major boost with a $50 billion deal to supply gas to China. It's our biggest trade deal and should be enough to seal the country's largest-ever construction project, the Gorgon Gas development off the West Australian coast. It's expected to create 6,000 jobs over the next 5 years. A fourth person's been charged with murdering Victorian underworld figure Des Moran. 45-year-old Michael Farrugia faced a brief court hearing in Melbourne last night, saying little except that he was on antidepressants. Police allege items found at Farrugia's home link him to the shooting murder in a Melbourne cafe on June 15. Moran's sister-in-law Judy is already in custody on murder charges, along with family friend Suzanne Kane and her boyfriend Geoffrey Armour. A security guard has been taken to hospital with head injuries after crashing his car into a palm tree on a median strip and flipping in Sydney's inner west last night. The man in his 40s managed to pull himself from his upturned vehicle before ambulance crews arrived. He told police he'd fallen asleep moments before crashing. Federal MPs are about to get a big increase in their travel allowance. They've been awarded an extra 7% or $1,000 a year to attend Parliament House in Canberra. They'll get an extra 10% in their nightly allowance to stay in Sydney and 3.8% more for trips to Melbourne. Greens Senator Bob Brown says such increases can't be justified. Kevin Rudd's health taskforce has the fad diet industry in its sights. Under plans to regulate the $400 million-a-year industry, weight-loss programs and products will have to prove they can help people keep off the kilos long term. The taskforce found little evidence to show they were actually effective. The Dieticians Association is backing the recommendation. The man responsible for the 1988 Lockerbie plane bombing is a step closer to release after a Scottish court allowed him to drop an appeal against his conviction. Abdel Baset Al-Megrahi is dying of prostate cancer and a decision must now be made on whether he's transferred to a prison in Libya or released on compassionate grounds. It is the appellant's belief that these instructions to abandon his appeal will assist in the early determination of those applications. 270 people died

when the Pan AM flight was blown out of the sky en route from London to New York. A stunt man has died while rehearsing for a show at Disney World in Florida. The 30-year-old man was hurt while doing a tumbling roll for the 'Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular'. He was taken to hospital but died a short time later. Another Disney performer died last week after falling onstage during a show. Last month a monorail crashed into another, killing a driver. There was a hint of Hollywood on the catwalk at the Sydney Fashion Festival last night. The typically under-dressed Aussie male was nowhere to be seen among these styles inspired by the silver screen. There were fashions from the '30s and the future. This one was probably inspired by the 'Godfather' series and we think this might be from 'Superman'.

Not sure which movie inspired this outfit but it was a hit. Across town, David Lawrence unveiled his latest collection of casual and formal wear. In finance news: Time for sport. Here's Beretts. The Andrew Flintoff says he's fit and ready to reclaim the Ashes. Andrew Flintoff says he's fit The England all-rounder has been testing out his injured knee at training and says he's desperate to get his name on the team sheet. You know, it's my last Test and everything like that but I'm not too fussed about that to be honest with you. It's more a chance at winning the Ashes again. I'm looking forward to the challenge come Thursday, I'm really excited about facing him. Clarke wouldn't speculate on whether Brett Lee will make it into the Aussie side for Thursday's start of the fifth Test. Wayne Bennett has apologised to journalists following a bizarre dead-pan press conference by Dragons fullback Darius Boyd. Boyd offered little more than 1- or 2-word answers to the large media contingent as the premiership favourites trained in Wollongong ahead of Friday's blockbuster against Brisbane. Yeah, can't wait. That excited? Yep. Yeah, that was pretty good, hey. You fair dinkum? Yeah.

At least star five-eighth Jamie Soward was a little more forthcoming. You know, we're just looking forward to Friday night and it will be like a finals game and finals atmosphere. While the Dragons are still playing for the minor premiership, the Broncos must win to stay in the top eight. Jake King's season is over after he was suspended by the AFL tribunal for striking Collingwood's Alan Didak. It was King's hit that sparked an ugly melee involving 20 players

in Saturday's clash between the Tigers and the Magpies at the MCG. More than $23,000 was handed down in fines and although banned for two matches, King escaped a fine because he didn't get involved in the melee. Wallabies young gun James O'Connor will play the game of his life in Saturday's Bledisloe Cup encounter against New Zealand. At just 19, O'Connor has been selected to start at fullback for the do-or-die clash. Excited, yeah, definitely excited. Just looking forward to getting a start. In a major boost, powerful flanker Rocky Elsom returns from injury. Our Aussie men have put on an impressive show at the World Athletics championships in Berlin. John Steffensen, Joel Milburn and Sean Wroe have all cruised into the semifinals of the men's 400m. Steffensen finished second in his heat

behind reigning Olympic champ LaShawn Merritt from the United States. COMMENTATOR: It's good to see John Steffensen coming back into some sort of form. Petrina Price narrowly missed out on a berth in the high jump final. Soon on Sunrise - the push to let cameras inside court trials. But first, let's check in with Fifi who's in Bondi this morning. Just taking easy here on Bondi Beach. 13 degrees. Heading for a top of 20 in Sydney. Unseasonably warm for Victoria as winds blow through while South-East Queensland is heading into a mini winter heatwave. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Around Queensland: a shower or two for Cairns. Townsville and Mackay will be sunny. Blue skies for Rockhampton and the Sunshine Coast. While Brisbane will have a top of 22. Across New South Wales: mostly sunny for Coffs Harbour. Early frost for Tamworth and Dubbo. Fine for Newcastle and Canberra. While Sydney will have a top of 20. Around Victoria: a shower or two developing in Mildura. Windy in Ballarat and Geelong. Early frost for Bendigo. While Melbourne will be 19. Across Tasmania: fine for Launceston. Late showers for Strahan. While Hobart will have a top of 19. In South Australia: evening shower for Mount Gambier. Partly cloudy for Ceduna. The chance of a morning shower for Coober Pedy. While Adelaide will have a pleasant 23 degrees. Across the Northern Territory: fine and sunny for Alice Springs. Hot conditions for Katherine. A top of 33 for Darwin. In WA: a shower or two for Albany. Rain developing in Kalgoorlie. Fine for Karratha. While Perth will have showers and 19 degrees. I will have more weather for new

half an hour. Back to you, Kochie. Should court cases be televised for Aussie viewers? South Australia's law officers are considering a request to do that from Premier Mike Rann. But, of course, the idea's not new. It's been happening overseas for years. The Nuremberg Nazi war crimes trials were captured on film for the world to see. Then in 1961 the first televised trial took place, in Jerusalem with Adolf Eichmann the accused. In later years, courtroom TV would become entertainment with 'Judge Judy' and 'The People's Court'. But there was still a serious side, as we saw in 1992, when police officers who attacked Rodney King were on trial. Within hours of the not-guilty verdict being announced by the jury on TV, riots were breaking out on the streets of LA. But perhaps the biggest event was the 1995 double-murder trial of O.J. Simpson. There was no smoking gun but there was a bloody glove, which apparently didn't fit his hand. In Australia, it's rare for cameras to be in court. However in 2007,

Victorian Judge Phillip Cummins allowed them in as he sentenced a multiple murderer. You have no prospect of rehabilitation, none. You do not suffer from any mental illness. Rather you are a psychopath driven by your hatred of women. New Zealand has recently brought TV audiences a high-profile trial,

the father of the little girl known as Pumpkin. Is on trial. Would televising our trials open up the courts or create a circus? Let's ask criminal lawyer David Galbally, QC. Good morning. Would you be in favour of this? I am in favour of returning to court because the public can hear and see

the full reasons why a particular

sentence was given. That is pretty

important because judges are often

criticised for a lot of decisions

but are not given the full details

in the media coverage. Do you reckon

judges would like this to happen?

I'm not sure that all judges would

like it to happen but I am sure there would be a large number that would. They are criticised for

sentences that they are handed down

because the full reasons are not

fully published. You or I or anyone

can go into the court and sit in the

public gallery and see it unfold

anyhow and this would be an

extension of that. Our court process

is open to the public unless it is a sensitive matter or there is an

order. This is for those who can't come to court. It would make it for transparent. But the down side would be those using a courta pierce to

promote their cause or have a Judge

Judy type character on the bench or

judging on a performance rather than

the facts. There is a real risk of

that happening. We have had judges

who stood up and had the jury take

exercise during a long trial. There

is a real risk that you could have

people using the court room for

religious or other reasons. We have

seen those who refuse to stand up

and refuse to acknowledge the jurisdiction of the court in

terrorist trials. And then you see those who don't take their job. If

you made this decision, is it a case

of one and all end. Would every case

need to have cameras following it or

would you limit it just to the

high-profile ones? I think in terms

of bringing every criminal trial

through to everybody's hole by way

of the electronic media, I think

that would be impossible.

High-profile trials where the public

has an interest should be made available to the television

audience. Thank you for your time.

Let us know what you think of it. Email in. From a simple tone to a jingle or a song, sound can stir emotions and take us back to some very special moments like this one. # We're happy little Vegemites as bright as bright can be # We all enjoy our Vegemite for breakfast, lunch and tea # Our mother says we're growing stronger every single week # Because we love our Vegemite # We all adore our Vegemite

# It puts a rose in every cheek. # The National Film and Sound Archive wants to protect Australia's most important sounds. It has a public list of the best. And each year 10 songs are added. To tell us more we're joined by Heritage Minister Peter Garrett and Matthew Davies a senior sound curator. Welcome to you both. The list includes sounds from a range of sources. We just heard the Vegemite jingle which made the cut. Then there's the 1968 broadcast of Lionel Rose winning the world boxing title. And Yothu Yindi's hit song, 'Treaty'. # Treaty, yeah, treaty now # Treaty yeah, treaty now Peter Garrett, you have a special

connection to that song. Yes, I got

to listen to the version that they

recorded in Sydney and spend a bit

of time running the verses and

choruses down. The next thing I knew

it was playing around the country.

How important is it to protect sounds like this one? Sounds are as

important to our history as any

other kind of record, whether the

written word or increasing TV and

film. We keep it at the archive so

it is there for everyone to enjoy in

the future. Describe to us the

process that you go through to

protect sounds like these? The

preservation starts right at the

beginning of the material we want to

preserve. Have you to collect it and

keep it in a very safe place and we have temperature-controlled vaults

in Canberra where the recordings are kept securely and safe from the

elements and we have digitization. Also on the list is Dorothea Mackellar's 'My Country'. I love a sunburnt country. A land of sweeping plains. Of ragged mountain ranges. Of droughts and flooding rains.

We can think of a lot we like to

add. Can you think of any that would

make the list in the future? How

fantastic it is to hear the original

author of this incredible piece of

prose. If you go on the website and

hear them. Right behind us the old Parliament House where Gough Whitlam made that speech and it contains all

these sounds that evoke real

memories of our history, of our culture, of incredible things that get in our head. The Vegemite jingle and Lionel Rose winning that match.

What I would like to hear is Cathy

Freeman winning the gold at the Sydney Olympics. You can read about

it. When you hear the sounds, that

is when you understand what happened. Thank you both for

explaining what it is all about. I didn't know anything about it until

this morning. Thanks, Nat. Go to the

website and hear it all in full.

Email in - what sounds would you

like? I reckon it is a fan tas idea.

I reckon Sunrise in bush. The birds.

I reckon that is an incredible

Aussie sound. Any time we do a farm

stay and you wake up. You wake up

earlier than you normally do because

there is so much sound there. Living

in the '70. The Skyhook song.

Everyone would have theirs. You

don't remember it. Let us know what

you would like to hear? Winning the America's Cup. Yes. Brian McFadden's ex-wife Kerry Katona continues to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. The British tabloids have claimed she snorts cocaine while the pair's children are in the house. Brian is now bidding for full custody of their two daughters. Nelson Aspen joins us with an update. Nelson, what's the latest? There is not much else to add other

than he is disturbed with the

photographs of her getting high while their two daughters are in other room. Brian is said to be consulting with attorneys and they

are discussing getting custody of

the kids. I am glad he is taking action. There's some exciting news for singer Celine Dion. What is it? Her 67-year-old husband thinks she is an excitement machine. They have one child together. They have been

trying for a second consulting with

experts in New York City. She has confirmed that she is expecting her second child. We hear actor Colin Farrell may be expecting a second child, Nelson?

I am not a big fan of baby bump

watching. His girlfriend has been

caressing her stomach which means

she had a big lunch or a tummy ache.

He has a son so maybe he is adding

to his family or maybe he wants to

pat her tummy. Poor thing. Maybe she

is having a fat day, like we all

have. Thank you, Nelson. Coming up - the woman who's pregnant with 12 babies. And why she's desperate to set a new record with a natural birth. Then, the youngsters patrolling our beaches. He struggled to keep his head above water so I grabbed him under the armpits and I put him on the jet ski and he started to turn into a bit of a dead weight. I'm thinking if I don't keep this guy up, he could die. But why is so much responsibility being placed on such small shoulders? And Katy Perry's manager pulls the plug on our exclusive interview. Hear the question that made him so upset at 7:50 on Sunrise. Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar - Australia's low-fares airline. Now flying to 20 destinations across the country. To book, go to: Here you go, Joan. Did you know dad

designed this table? Did he? He chose this

chose this top, the size and the

colour. He is

colour. He is very creative. He was

always very good at art. Yeah, mum

reckons he's gay.

A few people are a bit narky about it because they say it stereotypes gay. Steve says "

gay. Steve says "I'm gay and I

gay. Steve says "I'm gay and I find it hilarious. It is funny. it hilarious. It is funny." And this one " one "It is a commercial. Why does

society continue to make mountains

out of mow hims. out of mow hims." " out of mow hims." "It doesn't sell furniture. It is increasing the bullying program. bullying program." They

discriminated against me because I

think I am creative. I don't need to

be gay to be creative. Ask Libby

about that one. It is Wednesday. " about that one. It is Wednesday. "It

is an ad. I am tired of this prissy perfectionism. is an ad. I am tired of this prissy perfectionism." is an ad. I am tired of this prissy perfectionism.". We have been stereotyping boofy blokes who drink XXXX. Have a laugh. Same as the four guys in the tent. When Joe Hockey

wanted to share a tent with me on Mt

Kilimanjaro, that ad came to mind. I

said no. I said do you like fishing? Fishing and hunting? I

Fishing and hunting? I like that ad.

A lot of ads they make are very

clever. Did Andrew make that one? What is he doing? He is doing the

Coca-Cola ads. And AFL? Yes. Brilliant. He is creative. He is creative. Yes, he is! And he's proud

of it. He has come out of the closet. He is creative! Not that there is anything wrong with it. Coming up - the spat that nearly ended Nuala's backstage interview with Katy Perry. And the 13-year-olds who are putting their lives on the line to patrol our beaches. We'll see whether that's too young. But first let's get a news hit. Here's Ann. Good morning. A Victorian man will face court today over the murder of underworld figure Des Moran. Michael Farrugia was arrested yesterday and charged during a brief hearing in Melbourne late last night. The 45-year-old said very little except that he was on antidepressants. He's the fourth person to be charged over the June 15 murder at a Melbourne cafe. Moran's sister-in-law Judy is already in custody, along with family friend Suzanne Kane and her boyfriend Geoffrey Armour. Australia is about to sign off on our biggest ever trade deal to supply natural gas to China. The $50 billion deal should underpin the biggest ever construction project in Australia's history, the Gorgon development off the West Australian coast. Which could see 6,000 workers on the job at the peak construction period. Exports are scheduled to begin in 2015. A Sydney man's been charged with murder over the 1995 stabbing of a schoolboy on his way home from football training. 16-year-old Peter Savage was stabbed in the heart and robbed of his train pass just 200m from his house. A 31-year-old man was arrested by Sydney police yesterday afternoon. He's been charged with murder and robbery. He was refused bail. An Australian hearing expert has warned listening to iPods at full volume is like taking a chainsaw to your eardrums. Professor Harvey Dillon predicts personal MP3 players will be the leading cause of deafness in future generations. Most Australians over the age of 65 blame their hearing loss on workplace noise. But so-called 'leisure noise' is just as bad. Professor Dillon warns those getting noise at work and at play are in an extra dangerous category. In finance news: Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Australian batsman Michael Clarke has scoffed at suggestions that Australia will take the soft option and play for a draw in the final Test against England at The Oval. With the series tied at 1-1, the Aussies will retain the Ashes if there's no result in the fifth match but Clarke says that's not how Australia plays the game. I don't think we should start now. Out of the 50-odd Tests I've played, we've never tried to play for a draw. Play gets under way tomorrow with no word on whether Brett Lee will play. Controversial swimmer Nick D'Arcy is continuing to rebuild his reputation by securing a spot on Australia's World Cup series team. D'Arcy, who escaped jail in March for breaking a team-mate's jaw, made his return to high-level competition at last week's short-course championships in Hobart. It's hoped D'Arcy can help Australia bounce back from a disappointing performance at the recent World Championships in Rome. Our Aussie men have put on an impressive show at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin. John Steffensen, Joel Milburn and Sean Wroe have all cruised into the semifinals of the men's 400m. Steffensen finished second in his heat behind reigning Olympic champ LaShawn Merritt from the United States. COMMENTATOR: It's good to see John Steffensen coming back into some sort of form. Petrina Price narrowly missed out on a berth in the high jump final. Jake King's season is over after he was suspended by the AFL tribunal for striking Collingwood's Alan Didak. It was King's hit that sparked an ugly melee involving 20 players in Saturday's clash between the Tigers and the Magpies at the MCG. More than $23,000 was handed down in fines and although banned for two matches, King escaped a fine because he didn't get involved in the melee. Our favourite hurdler, Sally had her first hurdles overnight. 12. first hurdles overnight. 12.89 which

she says is terrible but she won her

heat. Onwards and upwards. We love

Sally Keller man. I think it is registration around the country for little athletics for this year. Get in. As a parent, don't forget you got to volunteer. Help out. The kids love it. They do. They love you

being there. What is happening at

Bondi, Fif. It is gorgeous here. The

surfers have hit the water, very

bravely. Lovely conditions around most of the country. South-west wflt A will have some showers. A high will bring another calm and dry day to the east while driving warmer winds across western New South Wales and Victoria. A trough will also cause isolated showers over South Australia as a front slips south. Around the capitals: fine for Brisbane today. The sunny weather will continue for the rest of the week. Fine also for Sydney with a top of 20. With blue skies continuing right into the weekend. Canberra will have some early frost before a sunny day. The clear skies should continue until possible showers on Friday afternoon. A sunny morning for Melbourne with some windy conditions developing. The blustery conditions should hang around until the weekend. Hobart will be fine with a top of 19 degrees. Rain should start to develop tomorrow and Friday. Mainly fine for Adelaide today. There's the chance of showers on Friday but should clear for the weekend. A shower or two for Perth. The wet conditions should last right through until next week. While Darwin will have a top of 33 degrees. The hot and sunny conditions will continue for the rest of the week. Currently 16 degrees here at

Currently 16 degrees here at Bondi. Back with more weather in half an

hour. Back to you. Shortly - our backstage exclusive with Katy Perry. And later - move aside, Octo-mum. The woman who's supposedly expecting a brood of 12. Up next, though - the teenagers risking their lives to save yours. But are they too young to be on patrol?

Coming up at 9:00. Brad's drug scandal. The shock revelation that

could cut his clean-cut image.

Makeover madness. The feud behind

the smiles. I guess I took it too far. Tinseltown's fiercest frenemies. Every now and then he

will clean the house. It is

will clean the house. It is clean when you are not there making a mess. House husbands.

mess. House husbands. On 'The Morning Show' right after Sunrise. Here in Australia we're lucky to have some of the most experienced surf lifesavers in the world. But if you watched Seven's 'Surf Patrol' last night, you would have seen just how young some of them are. Teenagers can start patrolling when they're just 13. And they're putting their lives on the line to keep us safe.

Treacherous conditions are

Treacherous conditions are keeping

lifesavers busy. There are a couple fresh faces on patrol, best buddies

Scott and Matt. Pretty soon their

training is put to the test, as the

rip claims another victim. Patrol captain Cameron knows this is

their very first rescue, and that is

why the wave runner is out there to

he. This man was lucky to be in such

capable hands. He struggled to keep

his head above water so I grabbed him under armpits and I put him on

the jet ski and he turned into a

dead weight. I thought if I don't

keep him above he could die. Got him

back to the jet ski and Matt came

along and help had me get him on the

jet ski and the jet ski brought him

in and the rest is history. Should so much responsibility be placed on such young shoulders? Joining us are Doug Hawkins from Surf Life Saving Australia and his 14 year-old-son Callum who is a cadet lifesaver. Welcome to you both. Callum, let's start with you.

You've been around surf lifesaving for nine years. What sorts of skills have you learnt?

In the past nine years I learnt how to rescue a person, CPR, first aid

and spinal management. It is good.

You do a great job. You start from

nippers and have years of training

but you are really young. Do you

ever think to yourself that I am not

old enough to save this person's

life, they are too big or it is too

stressful? No, it is a good job. You

always got people around you and

stuff. What do you do when you

come across someone who is twice your size? You try your best and stuff. What do you do when you do

call out for assistance if required

and just do what you can. Doug, I

got a couple of 15-year-old nephews

who are life savers as well. The

thing I am impressed with even

though they are young, they are in a group of older people who look out

for them, men and women. Is that the

secret? It is the mentoring and the

training and working as a team. It

is all about inclusiveness and being there for each other. On patrol you

got a variety of people with a

variety of experiences. There is a

lot of training and Callum has done

it for nine years but do you worry

about him out there and people are getting into trouble and it is

dangerous out there? It is dangerous but they are doing their assessments assessed by professionals in surf

lifesaving. The levels of training

are there. They got to past and not

be put in a position until they get

to those levels. When they are on patrol they got experience and training and they are quite capable.

It is dangerous. Even on a calm day

it is dangerous. They are equipped

with the team and the training.

Doug, we saw it in graphic detail each week what you do on 'Surf Parole' and it was brought up last

night but is this always the case or

do we have a shortage of life savers

at the moment? We got a lot of life

savers in the field. We got 45,000

active life savers. Here on the Bondi we have great rescues, great

rescues all around Australia. We got

the people out here and we got

45,000 of them and we got them supported by nippers. They are out

there not just hanging out on the

beach but training. It is a great

thing to do. Kal lull, it is good to

know there are young guys and girls

out there like you. Thank you. It is just an iconic Australian

institution. And they are so well trained which is fantastic to know. These young guys come through, I originally thought Bert and Walt, my

nephews, I don't want to get in

trouble with them because they are

so young. But when you talk to them and their mulls and dads about it,

they do have great training and they

are also with an older bunch of

people who look out for them and

care for them and mentor for them.

It is a really nice Aussie

tradition. With your swimming

ability you never know when you might need them. Just hope they get

to me before Greenpeace. Still to come - why an Aussie furniture ad is causing controversy. Plus, we'll get some more details on that woman who's expecting 12 babies. And Nuala goes one-on-one with Katy Perry. But what made her manager do this? I'm the one who won't let you talk about it, not her. We've got the spat in full next on Sunrise.

How cute. Meet Benson, the pug. His owners Diane and Rick say in this outfit though he's transformed into the biggest bee in the world. Thanks for the photo and for being our Pet of the Day. That is a very cute outfit. Someone

put a lot of time into that. Katy Perry's been wowing audiences with her concerts all across the country. But like most big stars, there's a management team behind the scenes that's pretty protective. Our Entertainment Editor Nuala Hafner was invited to go backstage with Katy at one of her gigs. But things went wrong when Katy's minders thought Sunrise was trying to be a bit sneaky. Here's Nuala with the full story. Outside the concert venue, the fans are lined up all along the street. Inside, there are some last-minute preparations and an excited Katy Perry.

Katy Perry, thanks so much for sneaking us in just hours before your show. What's your pre-performance ritual? What I do is a little bit of warming up, a little bit of stretching and I jump rope. Jumping rope is pretty much the key one for my outfits every single night because I jump rope to make sure these guys stay in

everybody gets much more of a show. As you can see, it's a pretty energetic show, complete with a neon love heart, over-sized fruit and some watchful flamingos. # On # On the back # Looks like # Because 75 work it out # Now, I've heard of these crazy riders where artists ask for only blue M&Ms. Do you have anything like that? Oh, baby wipes. And a toothbrush. Oh, you're so glamour. Baby wipes are great. You can wash your face, you can wash your bum and your baby. I don't have one. Next tour? Next three, four tours. Now I heard with Celine Dion between performances she didn't speak and she wrote everything down on notes. Have you done that? Yeah, voice rest typically - Don't speak. OK, you can speak now. Typically I am on voice rest in between shows just because I've been touring for 1.5 years straight and maybe four or five nights out of the week. So it's definitely a lot. But sometimes it seems it is best not to speak. When I started to ask about Katy's favourite singers, one of her minders misheard and thought I was asking about a controversial topic. To stop the interview, he pulled out the power cord for our lights. What did you do? That is a big no-no. I'm the one that won't you talk about it. I'm sorry. I thought it was a power outage. A protective minder, clearly. But also a very apologetic one when he realised his mistake. I guess that's showbiz for you. Anyway, it's really all about Ka