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(generated from captions) launches an official inquiry The consumer watchdog into claims of gouging. What it means for drivers. to have their payments axed Single mums turns eight. when their youngest child to start bushfires in Australia. Al Qaeda tells followers how Who? with that person. I won't answer anything to do Ricky Nixon's tell-all interview. And, the dog who fetches beer. Hope I'm not peaking too early? Anyone got any Voltarin? It's Friday funday, Alice in Wonderland is in the house, we're here, Yo! Mel! Larry! Sydney's on the run, Australia, Friday fun day, Wooh! What is going on? John Deeks, pretty fly for a white guy. Don't peek early, we need you for early, we need you for -- don't peak early. Explain what is going on? No, I can't. We have got a leprechaun here, crazy hats, a dancing baby. Freaky fun Friday. This is be good, guys. We felt yesterday was Freaky fun Friday. This is going to not enough for you. This is the best Icome come up with. We are going to give away a new car and a new car! The new car voice guy is in the house. Sorry, John Deeks dancing is throwing me off. There is free coffee from the Coffee Club out on the plaza. This is a three hour version of this song. (Prince's 'Kiss' plays). There you go. It used 'Kiss' plays)

to work so well for Daryl, didn't it. It is going to be a lot of It is good to have your company. It it. It is going to be a lot of fun. is har to follow that performance with some serious news. Good morning, everyone. is under the microscope again The cost of fuel with the launch of an inquiry by Australia's petrol retailers. into price signalling its investigation on a website Competition watchdog ACCC will focus up-to-date information that allows stations to share about their price changes. the practice stifles competition Motoring groups have long argued and keeps prices high. a recent surge in petrol prices The investigation follows across the country. could be latest casualties Single parents to reach a budget surplus in the Federal Government's attempt their parenting-support payments with a push to axe turns eight. when their youngest child move The government will reportedly for single, unemployed mothers to scrap benefits until their youngest child turns 16. that gives them $650 a fortnight will lose the payment 100,000 parents when their child turns eight, $700 million a year. saving the government for Westpac borrowers The wait is nearly over its interest rate decision today. with the bank set to announce the full 0.5% cut to be passed on Businesses made a final plea for as Westpac's CEO revealed of almost $3 billion. a first-half profit as a sound result. We would describe this result a very volatile environment. As you all know, it's been its rate by 0.32%. The NAB has already dropped by 0.4%. The Commonwealth lowered its is fighting for life A 40-year-old woman in a frenzied attack after being stabbed in Sydney's south-west last night. in a critical condition She was taken to hospital at a block of units. after being stabbed eight times suffering a deep cut to his arm. A man was also taken to hospital, a 52-year-old man. Police have arrested there could be a fourth victim Police fear in Melbourne's north yesterday. after a fiery crash At least three men died careered into a tree when their car lost control, and burst into flames. may have survived the crash Police say the occupants ignited a leaking petrol tank. but were killed when live powerlines Tragically, have been engulfed by the flames three occupants of the car and died instantly. the victims. Police have yet to identify In finance news: Australians are drinking less beer its lowest level since World War II. with the consumption dropping to Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. We thought we would speak to an economist about this. What is causing the beer cutback? Yes, Sarah, looking at the data it was very surprising to see beer Sarah, looking at the data yesterday chronsumption has fallen to a 65-year low. We are seeing wine consumption is taking off and holding shy of record highs and the purchase of spirits have picked up. But the overall alcohol consumption, a 9-year low. A multi culltulator Australia, higher income and wealth is quality over quantity. Looking forward, the old saying that Australia, a beer-drinking nation, well it may just be going forward it is a wine-drinking nation. It is interesting, if you look for the beer producers, the craft beers are an area that is where markets are focusing going forward. OK, Savanth, thank you for the explanation this morning. Thank you. Let's check in with Brett in Noosa this morning. by Rexona for men. Sunrise Sport brought to you or on Tour de Cure. There is no quit in here, Beretts is in Noosa on the Tour. How did the first day of the Tour de Cure go? Survived, I think is the word. Tell Savanth I have got ten more days on the bike and then I'll fix the figure, no problem. My mission. We are at the Noosa school, it is very quiet at the moment but soon we will be invaded by schoolkids. Parramatta's board the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. ahead of tonight's clash against will see out his contract The Eels are adamant Kearney cellar-dwellar fares regardless of how the NRL over the remainder of the season. will condemn Parramatta A loss tonight in 52 years. to their worst start to a season In tonight's other match, welcome back co-captain Matt Scott the Cowboys are hoping to from a foot injury in Townsville. for their encounter with the Dragons Jack Watts Former number one draft pick from the Demons line-up has been axed against Geelong. for this weekend's match is unhappy Melbourne coach Mark Neeld work rate. with the talented forward's tonight at Etihad Stadium Round six of the AFL gets underway Heath Shaw and Ben Reid from injury. The Magpies welcome back defenders will roar into action today The V8 Supercars Perth Challenge. in preparation for this weekend's of the revamped facilities Drivers will get their first use at Barbagallo Raceway in four practice sessions. All the action's live this weekend on Seven and 7mate. Check your local guides for full details. Guys, a magnificent first day of Tour de Cure, 170 kilometres from Guys, a magnificent first day of the Brisbane to Noosa, today 150 from Noosa to Rainbow Beach, great support from people on the road, handing over donations and a wave and a toot. Do and a toot. Get a rest day? Just go every day. Nine to go, looking forward to it. Ramp it up, Beretts. We launched a slogan for you, we said, "Get behind Beretts' The only thing that rhymes with cash is rash, so there is lots we can't said, "Get behind Beretts' behind."

talk about it. He mentioned it last year. He got a special cream. Good to know. More on that later. The studio audience laughs at Beretts' bum rash cream. Sorry to dob you in, I wasn't thinking, goodbye. And I hope we are enjoying your breakfast whenever you are today. Let's go to Grant, really fast! Thanks for that gorgeous intro... Yes, in fact, Vaseline might be one of the items of this next thing we will talk about. Sometimes words pop out of my mouth. I know, it is OK, things happen. Let me just calm things down because it is a time to celebrate. Todayee are going to focus on

something that changed the TV landscape forever. A program that defined a generation. A TV host defined a generation. A TV host that is effectively Guy Smily of Australia, if you remember him from the 'Muppets'. 1,145 shows, Larry Emdur is back, baby! Monday! 5:00. The show of shows, the one that defines them all. It is here once again. Laz! It's great to have an icon back. Good stuff, mate. Excited? Yeah, I have actually, be honest, I am actually really, really nervous, I am excited but I Excited? Yeah, I have actually, to

am more nervous about you having access to my change room. Yeah! Prank it. I am excited. The has been great. Mate, it is good. It Prank it. I am excited. The response holds a place in our heart for most Australians, no, nay, in our DNA this show lives. It is great. It needed to come back. It has come back. The right man is behind the steering wheel of this big bad boy. I am sure you will be comfortable. You have done about 9 million of them. The first one, we will talk about after the weather, in 1981. Klyou that old? Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. Well, when you started? What? 1993 you took over. You did 1,145, where there dinosaurs around in 1993. The model F Ford outside. I remember my great, great grandfather talking about it. Is this the way it's to be, little darl'n. It is, we are going to love you up, love you up. about it. Is this the way it's going

It was a long, long time ago, I remember catching the horse and carriage in there after walking the dinosaurs, get in there and give away some stuff. Figure has changed. It is going to be a fun morning here on Sunrise as it turns out. I am scared of him having access to the backstage areas. Don't be. Ahead this Sunrise - is Australia facing a new terror threat of bushfires started by al-Qaeda? And later, the impostor dictator. This is Sunrise, with a live audience at Brekky Central as we get set to give away a brand new car. # I can't wait much longer # I can't much stronger # Man I been going all night # Last year I saw my doctor about quitting. You know, smoking. He made it seem easier. It was my best attempt yet. It brought me closer to success. Now I'm ready to quit for good. So I'm going back to get his help. To nail it. If I can, you can too. VOICEOVER: If you're serious about quitting, go back to your doctor and: For the first time, cameras inside the White House Situation room. The key players who brought bin Laden. Only on we could and the key players who brought down Osama high-profile Sydney journalist sexually assaulted in a Sydney street, her first TV interview. And the world's healthiest man, Weekend Sunrise, Saturday and Al-Qaeda is calling for a firebomb campaign in Australia. It's English-language magazine, 'Inspire', contains advice on how to start bushfire in an article which includes a photo of smoke behind the Opera House. The article contains information on bushfire season in Queensland and New South Wales. Joining us now is foreign editor Dr Keith Suter. Keith, how concerned should we be about al-Qaeda encouraging bushfires here? I think the worry she be that the risk is -- should be youngsters will read the magazine and decide to think globally and act locally. It is the worry I have had for ten years, rather than an attack overseas, the attack will come from alienated young Muslims within the country, as we have seen in London with the London bombing, people who think globally and act locally. They will read the magazine. It is a how to guide, instead of going to Afghanistan to be trained, you can sfudy at home. You can also conduct as sasinations. We are only one country, also mentions the US but does it have a lot of clout? It is freaking us out? Americans are monitoring it. They would close it down tomorrow but don't bother because they are able to find out what the group thinking about by reading the magazine and who is accessing the web site. So it is of use to the Americans. We don't know how many would be doing that. But the problem with the new Internet era, people would be keeding the stuff arounddying -- could be reading the stuff around the world, particularly the Opera House, a recognisable building in the world, they did it a few months ago, when they talk about Australia they always use the logo of the Opera House. I worry, not a campaign always use the logo of the Sydney overseas but some angry young people in this country. Ahead this Sunrise - Oh! I knew that would get your attention. Plus, welfare crackdown. Single mums to have their payments axed when their youngest child turns eight. And inside Kate and Wills' new London home. Your exclusive tour of Kensington Palace. Stay with us, Friday Funday continues, next. More singing and dancing with John Deeks. # Midnight # Don't close your eyes # by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. (music plays) # Yeah! Deakes! It looks really hard to dance and clap and hold a baby. I wonder what Allison the DJ is thinking? I am sure she is used to hanging around hip people with moves and there is Deakes. He has been one of the first versions with the Stars' in 1941, he has moves. of the first versions of 'Dancing

Also making news - Ricky Nixon's tell-all interview. In a confessional to the 'Herald Sun', the disgraced AFL player manager says he's solely to blame for his troubles. He details the problems he's had with drugs, alcohol and women. And says he's getting on with his life with new girlfriend Tegan. Now, have a listen to what happens when Nixon is asked about the scandal with teenager Kim Duthie. You still have any contact with the girl, the girl being Kim Duthie? Who? I won't answer anything to do with that person. Teagan and I don't care to think nor deal nor mention that person. That's it. This is all about blame, passing the blame, not everyone, a lot of people do it when something major happens to them. I did it, I wanted to blame everybody else but myself. And at the enof the day, the only person who went to that hotel room was me. He is pretty strong about it. We will bring you more of the interview later in the show. Has he moved on? Is it possible? Will Australia let him move on? So much dirt thrown? He has sat down and agreed to do an interview but clearly doesn't want to talk about it. That is the grab we use, him saying I don't want to talk about it. Also making news - President Obama's Aussie girlfriend. Genevieve Cook's diary entries have been put in a book that details her college affair with a young Obama. She met Obama at a Christmas party in 1983 when he was a law graduate. running sweat, Brut deodorant She said his room smelt like and raisins. But get this - she loved him when Genevieve told young Obama his reply was, "Thank you". Very polite. Could have been worse. Could have been, " Could have been, "Pass the Brut 33." How awkward when you love them and don't get anything How awkward when you tell someone in return. Reminds us of a 'Friends' episode when Ross tells Emily. I think I love you... Oh... Thank you. LAUGHTER What do you do? When you expect to hear I love you back. You accept that perhaps she doesn't love you back. What is fun doesn't love you back. What is funnier, that epode of 'Seinfeld' or the woman saying Obama's room smelled like raisins and Brut 33. Have you said it To Barack Obama. In a hotel room. You are standing? It is like you are Barack Obama, you look and they stand. Happens at home all the time. exclusively for tall people. Coming up - the club the bar's been set. We'll see just how high Guess which chick is in it? But next, the news headlines. counting down to the weekend. This is Sunrise, You got the moves. Funky Friday. It is fun. We on TV? We should have a DJ every week. It is really lifting the vibe. Come on down,

the vibe. Come on down,. It is time for the news. Going to Sarah. of single, unemployed parents Tens of thousands back into the workforce will be given a nudge are cut back when parenting support payments in next week's Federal Budget. is expected to save $700 million The Gillard Government by axing support payments their youngest child turns eight. to parents who aren't working when will reportedly be penalised. Parents who choose not to find work Al-Qaeda has called on its followers this summer to unleash massive bushfires of its terror magazine 'Inspire'. in the lastest edition to start bushfire in an article It contains advice on how behind the Opera House. which includes a photo of smoke The risk is that youngsters, particularly youngsters, will read the mag wreen and decide to think -- magazine and dedecide to think globally and act locally. It is a worry I have it for ten years, the risk is coming from alienated young Muslims within this country. information on bushfire season The article also contains in Queensland and New South Wales. are appealing for information Melbourne police just above the eye by an air rifle after a 24-year-old man was shot during a soccer training session. Investigators say a person fired the pellet from the darkness of a nearby park. The man suffered minor injuries but officers say it could have been much worse. Any type of firearm is dangerous, especially an air rifle. Anyone who witnessed the incident is urged to call Crime Stoppers. National trucking firm 1st Fleet is likely to be broken off and sold in bits with no serious offers to buy it whole. 1,000 workers lost their jobs yesterday when the transport giant collapsed. Administrators shut the gates at trucking depots in four states. 15 years of pretty loyal service to them, so, yeah, pretty gutted about it all, to be honest. The Transport Workers Union is calling for an investigation into whether the company was operating while insolvent. Australians are drinking less beer with consumption at its lowest level since World War II. Analysts say we're a more health-conscious with drinkers opting for quality over quantity. We're seeing that wine consumption is really taking off, if anything, its just shy of record highs and even the purchase of spirits has picked up but you look at overall alcohol consumption, its actually at a 9-year low. it's actually at a 9-year low. And when we do drink the amber ale figures show we're increasingly choosing craft beer over old favourites. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. Beretts is in Noosa on the Tour. Sarah, good morning, we are at Noosa Ville state school, the riders will be turning up shortly and so will the kids. Collingwood will be bolstered by the return of Heath Shaw and Ben Reid for tonight's encounter with the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium. Speculation over Travis Cloke's future isn't going away but Nathan Buckley's focus remains squarely on the Bulldogs who are coming off back-to-back wins. They've still got a lot of talent in the side, we are not going to be under any illusions about the quality of the talent we are coming up against. Collingwood's football and coaching strategist, Rodney Eade, will be up against the club who sacked him last year. The match is live on Seven and 7mate tonight. The Cowboys are expected to welcome back co-captain Matt Scott from a foot injury for tonight's round nine NRL clash against the Dragons in Townsville. St George Illawarra has had plenty of time to prepare following their last-gasp win over the Roosters on Anzac Day. In tonight's other match, the Keating brothers, Kris and Matt, will go head-to-head when the Bulldogs tackle the bottom placed Eels at ANZ Stadium. The Queensland Reds have turned Will Genia's contract farce into a positive ahead of Sunday's Super Rugby final rematch against the Crusaders in Christchurch. Genia reneged on a deal to join the Force, opting to re-sign with the Reds instead. Centre say Genia's decision has united the team. Round 11 gets underway tonight with the Rebels up against the Bulls at AAMI Park. Let's have a look at the footy tips for this weekend. The girls and boys are both going for Collingwood tonight over the Bulldogs in Round 6 of the AFL. And we agree on all of the other matches in the round. To round nine of the NRL and we are split on two games. Bring on day two of the Tour de Cure. We got the leader board? No, we will hold it. Let me tell you about our day yesterday, on the trip, magnificent starting in Brisbane, great run north, just gorgeous over the Story Bridge and over town. Heading up through Caboolture. If you want to feel like a rock star, do a school visit. It is the only time I will feel One Direction, the kids from is the only time I will feel like Narangba School, they took up a gold coin donation and collect $ coin donation and collect $200. Copped a puncture, the first one of the tour, had to full over. Now, the drama here is to quickly change it. The main bunch keeps rolling and you got to catch up at 55km/h. This got to catch up at 55km/h. This is us trying to catch up. Plenty of support, the Bli Bl igCastle, a magnificent -- Bli Bli Castle. It was a magnificent day. A lot of fun. Grant Denyer, you did the job for us with the weather. It was lovely and sunny. That tail wind was gold, yesterday, thanks, GD. Good on you, mate, good to see you going the distance, brilliant result. Looking forward to seeing you trucking every day. Get behind Beretts. Get behind my behind. Speaking of which, there is not too many TV concepts that go the distance and the distance and stand the test of time, for instance, I did 'Iron Chef' and boy was that a flash in the pan. Larry Emdur, 'Shreb rlty Dog School' and on Monday, -- 'Celebrity .gov School'. Guess This many shows since 1981. 20,000 contestants came on the set of 'Price' and won prizes galore. you know how many times Larry had to hug someone, the guy is a miracle. 'Price' and won prizes galore. Do

He did how many shows? This is had the times he had to hug someone. You are the free hugs guy. But it coined terms that are part of our vernacular that stand today. Such as, " as, "Come on down! as, "Come on down!." Yeah! We get to hear it again finally from Monday, hear it again finally from Monday, 5 p.m. hear it again finally from Monday, 5 p.m.. In fact, do we have a picture of Laz from his firstep? Look at that sexy beast. Laz? Is that a bouffant? Yes, I look at that picture and miss hair. I think it is a bouffant. There is no ozone layer in Australia because of all the hairspray I used. From the era of the piano key neck tie. I always wanted to be Larry Emdur when I grew up, I still want to be Larry Emdur when I grow up. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. A low over the Bass Strait is generating scattered showers over southern Victoria and Tasmania. A trough stretching from north-east New South Wales into Queensland is causing patchy rain and storms. A high is keeping Central Australia clear while another trough triggers thundery showers over southwest WA. Early showers clearing tomorrow. Hmmm... Set looks good... Does good. Looks ready. No, something is missing. What are you up to? What Hmmm... Set looks good... Does look

are you doing? Yes! That is it. It's right now. Right to go. Press record, role this baby, Monday record, role this baby, Monday 5 p.m. record, role this baby, Monday 5 p.m.. Good stuff. It's just the first. Fantastic. It is going to be a long morning, thanks, maitd. -- thanks, mate. Good to have the audience here. After the break - the shocking new claims about energy drinks. Why they could rot your teeth in just a few days. And, before Michelle, Obama had an Aussie girlfriend. She's revealing secrets from their college romance, next. But first here's your Woolworths Fresh Market Update. Good morning, everyone. If there is one fruit I can't get enough of it's imperial mandarins. They're easy to peel, have few seeds and, best of all, are now in season. They are a great snack and can add flavour to a variety of dishes. Why not add some to a leafy salad or a stir fry for a kick of sweetness. Or for something more indulgent, try our chocolate crepes with mandarin recipe which you'll find on our website. When shopping for imperial mandarins choose fruit heavy for its size and gives a little when squeezed. This is a great sign that they are packed with juice. And, remember, they all come with or Fresh or Free guarantee. That's what is fresh today at Woolies. Celebrating 25 years as the Fresh Food People. VOICEOVER: OK.

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The extra power of Hybrid Synergy Drive. Yes. Power inspires confidence. All-new 151-kilowatt Camry Hybrid. VOICEOVER: Forget going to extremes. Pine O Cleen X-Press multipurpose spray removes tough stains the first time, killing 99.9% of germs as it cleans. # Time after time # I told myself # I got nothing to lose # All going off on this # All going off on this funky, fun Friday. The number of people using energy drinks is on the rise, just look at John Deakes. The number of people using energy drinks is on the rise. But scientists have now issued a serious warning about the health impacts. A new study out of the US has shown the drinks can cause irreversible tooth damage in just five days. Dentist Tony Burges is here. Tony, what do you think of the claims? I think five days is fairly unusual. It would depend how much you drink in a certain period of time. We know these things cause dental problems. They are like any soft drink, full of sugar, on that part alone, the bacteria in your mouth will turn the sugar into acid and cause tooth decay but most are high in acid themselves. So it creates an environment to cause the bacteria and you lose the e nanal on your teeth so they are teeth so they are more susceptible to decay. The stats are scary. Are you seeing more patients as a result? We are seeing more tooth erosion. In the people using it excessively, they are breaking teeth. There is a problem in the culture to take party drugs, they take drugs to keep partying, they grind their teeth, and grind them and prone to decay. What about other drinks in the research, say? Sports drinks? Sports drinks are a bit better but still acidic sugary drinks. Most people would be better off to avoid excessive consumption. Moderation in all things really. A simple message, moderation. Sl yes. Thanks for coming in. We've heard Barack Obama speak of his love for Australia and his dislike of Vegemite. Now it's been revealed the US President has an affair for almost two years with an Australian woman. US correspondent Angela Cox joins us. Ange, who is this mystery Aussie woman and when was the relationship? A college girlfriend? Tell us what we know about her and why we are hearing bute her? Yes, it was 1983 a 22-year-old Barack Obama went to a Christmas party in New York. That's when he met Jenavive Cook, the daughter of an Australian diplomat. She brought along She brought along bottle of Baileys and drank non-filter cigarettes. She was just about to leave and they sat on the bean bag and talked if hours. They exchanged numbers and they clicked. She stayed the night, they fell in love and move in together the following year. What else she said about their the following year. What else has she said about their relationship? She actually kept a diary throughout their two-year relationship, lat is now published in a biaugreef about now published in a biaugreef -- biography. She said he was tender and sweet but a bit distance. She wrote, " wrote, "A sexual warm is there but the rest has sharp edges. I am founding it unsettling and want to withdraw from it all." withdraw from it all.". She said when she told him she loved him, he simply said thank you. When they broke up he broke up he said she wasn't the woman for him and his future wife was out there and she could was out there and she was out there and she would be a strong, bubbly black lady. The description of his room made us giggle, sweat, Brut and raisins. Same smell as the man's change room here with Jim Wilson. Good start. Australia's Olympic Opening Ceremony uniforms have been deemed too conservative. Critics says the athletes' outfits are better suited to lawn bowls. Let's put it to Sunrise Sport's Jim and Rebecca Wilson. Good morning to you both. Jim, are they too old school? Been dieing to do this all it's a new uniform. You make it sound good. I like it. First up, all Been dieing to do this all morning,

white, I like the dark-green jacket, first and foremost, it is something they have for life, they join a select club. The white grew on me, smart, crisp, I caught up with Collette Dinnigan. Stop! No, wait. Carla Zampatti, they think it is European chic. You caught up with Carla? No, Collette, Carla said it on Twitter. I love the dDunlop volleys, everyone else loves it too. The Volleys have got the gold, no canary yellow, no wet weather, no athletes in high heels, great. Bec, can the Swans make it 6 from 6 this season tomorrow night No Dale Thomas and dale day dack for

for a couple of weeks. I think the Pies will win. The big one tomorrow night for me is the Swans against the Crows. Six from six? Shoo They should but Adelaide has been a real bug bear team for the Swans. They are playing good footy and had a good win last week. But the Swans are the real deal, playing the best I have seen them play since 2005 when they won the premiership. Early days but I am tipping the Swans at home. Eels V Bulldogs. Go the Eels. Listen to that, we love the Eels but we are going the Bulldogs, just joking, hello. After last weekend you can't tip against the Dogs, they played nearly a Grand Final against Manly and got up. But everything is on the line. Do you know That? Of course, I was going to say it sounded like I had something to say but I didn't. Measured pause. Go on, your segment, it is about you. Bulldogs and the Coyboys against the Dragons. What is wrong with you? Saint George Illawarra supporter. I will change. What about Jim Wilson coming in to Sunrise and taking on the audience. Hey! It is a new car! Japanese, been having lunch with Collette Dinnigan, Carla Zampatti and taking on the audience. What is doing? The fieriest sports segment in a while, bring it on, I love it. News is coming up. Then, the iPhone killer. The new mobile taking a bite out of Apple. Plus, we're giving away a car. Someone will be driving away a Nissan Dualis and it could be you. You're watching Sunrise with a live studio audience. It's Friday fun day, we're in the studio, guys. We got Laz, we got Mel, we got Alice in Wonderland. It's Friday fun day, we're happening

Deakes is happy to have a reason to wear the hat he's had in the cupboard for years. Is dekeys the oldest man to do this? Don't you wish you were here? Nelson Aspen? Good morning to you. We talked about this yesterday, Bobby Brown's first interview since the death of Whitney Houston but this morning he talks about his daughter, dob Bobbi. Yesterday it was his claims he was off drugs for seven years but today the conversation with Matt Lauer turned more towards his relationship with Bobbi. with Bobbi. Right now? No, I know what she is actually doing. I think turned more towards his relationship

people are, you know, making assumptions of what my daughter is and how strong she is. People tend to want to control strong-willed people. And that's what I see. I am her father. She talks to me about everything. her father. She talks to me about everything. everything. About everything but her father. She talks to me about Matt still didn't get a real answer outf Bobby whether or not his dater was 'Quotes' Whitney's adopted son, like a brugt brother to her. She was invited to attend the interview but she declined. This is Sunrise on what we have declared Friday fun day and these are the top stories. The consumer watchdog launches an official inquiry into claims of gouging. What it means for drivers. Single mums to have their payments axed when their youngest child turns eight. Al Qaeda tells followers how to start bushfires in Australia. Who? I won't answer anything to do with that person. Ricky Nixon's tell-all interview. And, the dog who fetches beer. # So slide # Over here # And give # Come on down! # And give me Alright. Thank you, you are wonderful, thank you, everybody. Our DJ this morning, in wonderland and the studio audience having fun. My daughter has texted in, " daughter has texted in, "Daddy, please never dance on TV again." Sorry, bub. And we're going to give away a new car. Plus, if you come along to the Plaza with a great sign you could win a Myer voucher. And there's free coffee from our friends at the Coffee Club. Of course, we're keeping a close eye on all the news of this Friday. Here's Sarah. A major investigation has been launched into whether petrol stations are colluding to keep prices at near-record highs. The competition watchdog is examining a website where retailers swap pricing information. It's warned the practice could be in breach of competition laws. But service station operators deny they're doing anything wrong. Consumer groups say the price-signalling is costing drivers after the average price per litre soared past $1.51 last week. Unemployed parents will be forced back to work with a push to axe their support payments when their youngest child turns eight. The Government will reportedly move to scale back benefits for single, unemployed mums and dads in its budget next week. 100,000 parents will lose the payments, saving the Government $700 million a year. Westpac is tipped to be the next of the big four banks to drop its interest rates today without passing on the full cut delivered by the Reserve Bank. Westpac yesterday revealed a fall in first-half profit, blaming rising funding costs. So far the Commonwealth Bank has dropped its interest rate by 0.4% while the NAB delivered a cut of 0.32%. A man has been charged with stabbing his partner and a friend in a unit in south-west Sydney overnight. Police say the 52-year-old stabbed his partner up to eight times in a frenzied attack before lashing out and stabbing his friend in the arm. Both victims are in hospital in serious but stable conditions. Their alleged attacker will face court today. And the lives of twin baby girls who are joined near the heart remain in the hands of doctors in Bali. The two sisters will undergo surgery next week. They were born to a farming family a week ago and have been nicknamed Baby Blue and Baby Green. Their mother is recovering from an emergency Caesarean and hasn't seen her twin daughters since giving birth. In finance news: Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexona for men. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. Lets Let's check back in with Beretts who is in Noosa on the Tour de Parramatta's board has given embattled coach Stephen Kearney its total support ahead of tonight's clash against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. The Eels are adamant Kearney will see out his contract regardless of how the NRL cellar-dwellar fares over the remainder of the season. A loss tonight will condemn Parramatta to their worst start to a season in 52 years. In tonight's other match, the Cowboys are hoping to welcome back co-captain Matt Scott from a foot injury for their encounter with the Dragons in Townsville. Carlton coach Brett Ratten has bristled at suggestions from Kevin Sheedy that he's being arrogant by fielding a weakened side against Greater Western Sydney this weekend. Blues skipper Chris Judd has been rested along with Matthew Kreuzer and Jarrad Waite but Ratten insists he's just taking a conservative approach Round 6 of the AFL gets underway tonight at Etihad Stadium with Collingwood tackling the Western Bulldogs. The V8 Supercars will roar into action at today in preparation for this weekend's Perth Challenge. Drivers will get their first use of the revamped facilities at Barbagallo Raceway in four practice sessions. All the action's live this weekend on Seven and 7mate on Saturday and Sunday. Check your local guides for full details. Hey, watch out for this car too, Jonno Webb has painted Cure logo over his car for the whole weekend, that is awesome. Three of Jonno Webb has painted the Tour de

those drivers will come to join us, Tim Slater, James Courteney. A big thank you to Judy and Mary from the RSL, they raised bingo and raffles through Maroochydore and gave us $ through Maroochydore and gave us $3 thousand. People on the road have been great, the waves, the toots, all the donations along the way make it magic. It has been a great journey. Next time you get a flat, hitch a ride with Jonno, roof racks on the car. Catch up to the crowd? Yes, good idea. Let's go to Grant for a look at this morning's weather. Morning, Mel, I don't throw the word 'Icon' around very easily but there is one man and one show that holds that trophy. One. They are the pillar of the industry that is television. The man who has the call to come on down to steer this bad boy that is on your screens on Monday is our very own Larry Emdur. He has been doing it since 1865 and that's why he is the host's host. The ultimate professional. Does he his own room. Do not go in my room. Go in, go in. Yes we are. No. You can tell a lot about a person just by their dressing room. We thought we should check out. He is a bit of a mystery. He is whacky, he knows the terms of what the kids are saying these days. Good to see. It better be locked mate. Apparently that changes each week, it will be Mrs Emdur next week. Inside... Mrs Emdur next week. Inside.... Sorry Mrs Emdur? They should have locked that. Let's take a look around. He does them! I knew it! They are gorgeous boys. Hang on, just looking at your record schedule here and Oh... here and Oh.... Ew... I suppose you got to know what day you're recording somehow. The next one's coming up. That's how he does it, the greatest hair in television. Make it stop! No, keep it going mism You are such a sexy man. Are they fake eyelashes? There is that? You are reknown for having the greatest smile on Australian television, a smile so bright that you can see it through a welder's helmet. That's how how . Knew it! You cheat. Good to through a welder's helmet. That's see you are in shape (BEEP) see you are in shape (BEEP), good to see the return of the price. You are giving it to me right now, what you just said. I don't know whether you

know this Laz but it is about the contestants, which you do love, you have loved 20,000 of them throughout the series, the life span, that is a lot of kissing, that's a lot of hugging, that's a lot of breath mints. mints. All chant: mints. All chant:) Larry! The fact hugging, that's a lot of breath it has sparkles shows how much you love the contestants. More weather from Lazz from Lazza's dressing room! No! Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. A little trick, Laz told me he did, crew. Apparently you put this under your eyes, it takes the bags away, which is how you stay fresh at the end of a log day's record, giving away so much money. But Laz! ('Superman' theme plays) ('Superman' theme plays). I know you are good, mate. Well, I suppose you are able to leap networks in a single bound, the only one who can do it. We all love you, mate. Welcome back Monday, 5 p.m. Welcome back Monday, 5 (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Grant, Welcome back Monday, 5 p.m.. thank you, I cannot wait for the next installment in half an hour, of course, you are only halfway around the room. We are looking forward to it. , I see you soon. The fuel industry is on notice over price gouging with the competition watchdog launching a formal investigation. The ACCC will look into price-information sharing between petrol companies and how that affects what we pay at the pump. It's concerned the exchanges may breach the Competition and Consumer Act. Peter Khoury is with us from the NRMA. Peter, is this long overdue? Long, long over due. We have been waiting for this for a long time. have been saying for years, the community that motorists should be waiting for this for a long time. We

given the same access to information that the oil companies have and so we are pleased this investigation is happening. We don't want to prejudge. We want the ACCC to leave no stone unturned but we have waited a long time for this. What is your concern with the exchange of information? The concern we have is you have a situation where these oil companies can share information amongst themselves. There has been a lot of talk about interest rates. Imagine for argument's sake, if the banks could go to a web site and in real time see real time see what their competitors were doing with interest rate movement, the rest of us are stuck at home, in the dark, without information trying to figure out how to meet the next mortgage repayment. That is what is happening with the oil industry. For years we have been saying it shouldn't be allowed to happen and if it does, the public should have the same information the oil companies are getting. We are hoping it is one thing hoping it is one thing this investigation will deliver. Do you think we will see cheaper prices or at least the bet value for money? We do. We want to give the investigation time. We don't want it to drag on forever but we want them to leave no stone unturned am. We want to give the investigation time. The fact that is it happening in itself we think we will see the behaviour of the oil change a bit. We need to remember every time petrol prices jump 15, 16 behaviour of the oil companies

cents unannounced, it tightens the screws on Australian family whose are struggling to meet cost of living pressurers. The screw is pointing in the other direction for a while, it can only be a good living pressurers. The screw driver

thing. Thank you. Let's see what our Big Guns of Politics make of it. Environment Minister Tony Burke and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey, (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Very new for us. You get it in parliament. could be the first and last time politicians have a round of for us. You get it in parliament. It

applause. Do it again! Nope, we had our go. There is a baby. They will both have it as their ring tone by 9:00 this morning. This is causing grief, should it have happened sooner? There has been an attempt after attempt to get in behind what is happening with petrol prices and I don't think anyone has nailed how to do it. But of all the prices, I don't think anything that is so price sensitive. It is the one thing everybody checks at every corner as they drive, constantly it. We complain about the high dollar, it means petrol prices are they drive, constantly monitoring

easier than they would otherwise be. But price gouging is what everyone spects. Even if there isn't price gouging do you think it will restore faith cephal Threb an inquiry into oil companies by every government virtually every 12 to 18 month. this will be different, I don't virtually every 12 to 18 month. How know, but given the ACCC has initiated this one instead of politicians they in fact will get to the bought nl of it. I think -- bottom of it. I think people are frustrated by the enormous volatility of prices. Tony is right, it is often linked to the Aussie dollar but people are fed up. has been the petrol commissioner been doing? Imptd the petrol dollar but people are fed up. What

commissioner has got powers, investigateatory work. Hasn't he been doing it? Frnlt the ACCC is doing st because he thinks not enough has occur", enough has occurred. There is my

answer. News Limited is reporting a welfare crackdown in next week's budget will mean all single parents will be forced to look for work when their youngest child turns eight. Until now, some have received Centrelink payments until their youngest reaches 16. Tony, can you confirm tougher requirements for single parents? OK, well, I can't give the details of what is in the budget but I can talk about the policy and the concept of it. We need to there are few things more important concept of it. We need to remember or more valuable for or more valuable for children to be in a situation where they have got a parent who works. And to anything we can do that does encourage people to get back into the workforce is something we want to do. It is good policy. It doesn't just make a difference for them and the economy, it make as real difference to avoid situations of generational unemployment. That is not to say someone juggling a child eight years and above isn't working flat and above isn't working flat out at home, there -s lot of additional work they are doing but it is still a better situation if we can encourage them into the work force. It is a blanket statement to cover a lot of situations though? That is right, this is where the specifics of the policy need to take into account some of the very particular situations that situations that people are in. Is that as close to a confirmation as we are going to get Mitch with the budget I can't. The government leaks them before the budget and doesn't explain the details. We will wait and see on Tuesday night. They take a basketball bat to everybody out there but the public service in Canberra has increased by 20,000 since Labour was elected. I want to see them decrease their own size and home before punish everyone else. This one shouldn't be seen thou the prism of a savings measure. It is a good thing if parents are back at work. No doubt but it seems it is always someone else who does the heavy always someone else who does the heavy lifting. We will see Tuesday night. We're waiting for Westpac to announce its interest-rate decision after the NAB and Commonwealth decided not to pass on the full benefit of the Reserve Bank cut. We would like to see the full rate pass said on. I am glad by Reserve Bank doing a 50 points shift it will help. The focus on the pass said on. I am glad by the

papers is on the big four banks. Don't only look at one of those. I left one of them years ago, they are still above the smaller bank I went to. People should take the opportunity to shop around. Ia talk about the baseball bat for welfare, should it come for the banks as

well? Is there anything more can be done? Yes, the starting point is banks borrow money in competition well? Is there anything more that

with the government. So when the government run as deficit, it borrows in competition with the banks. It means the money the banks borrow is more expensive. What the government can do is stop borrowing money, therefore the money becomes cheaper for the banks to be passed on. Return to surplus. No, increase borrowings even though you get surplus because you are borrowing money for the National Broadband borrowings even though you get to

Network and the Bob Brown clean corporation, you are borrowing even though you want to run a surplus. You are not opposed to a surplus. No, but wi want you to stop borrowing money. When you start smiling at each other, it is time to stop because you are getting all political. I think we should be on the 'Price is Right'. Its are a new budget! The price is between $ The price is between $380 billion and $ and $400 billion. Thanks for coming in this morning. Al-Qaeda is calling for a firebomb campaign in Australia. Its English-language magazine 'Inspire' contains advice on how to start bushfire in an article which includes a photo of smoke behind the Opera House. And the article contains information on bushfire season in Queensland and New South Wales. Sunrise foreign editor Dr Keith Suter has told us earlier we should be concerned. I think the worry is that the risk is - should youngsters read the magazine and decide to think globally and act locally. It is the worry I have had for 10 years - rather than an attack overseas, the risk will come from alienated young Muslims within the country, just as we have seen in London with the London bombing, people who think globally and act locally. They will read the magazine. It is a how-to guide - It's called the online Jihad, it says instead of going to Afghanistan or Iraq to be trained, you can read it online so do the study at home and conduct your campaigns locally including conducts sasinations. -- conduct assassinations. Disgraced AFL player manager Ricky Nixon has opened up about his troubles. Speaking with the 'Herald Sun', he's detailed problems he's had with drugs, alcohol and women. For more, we're joined by Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells. Nick, Nixon was asked about the scandal that led to his downfall? He was, this was essentially a Mia Coulpeinterview. We saw rixy Nixon accepting full -- -- Ricky Nixon accepting full blame. He said he was and is an adrenalin junky. He is addicting to taking risks, and when the risk wasn't there he resorted to alcohol and a drug for a period of time but it didn't work. He was asked about his liaison with St Kilda schoolgirl Kim Duffy but he wasn't forthcoming about. If you have contact with the girl, and the girl being Kim Duthie? Who, I won't answer anything to do with that person. Teagan and I don't care to think or deal or mention that person. That's it. Look, this is all about blame, passing the blame. Everyone, not everyone, a lot of people do it when something major happens to them. I did it I want to blame everyone bus myself. At the end of the day, the only person who went to that hotel room was me. I am sure he wants us to stop talking about it but I don't think it will happen. Do happen. Do you think he has put his problems behind him? I think he wants to. Central to that is his relationship with his new fence relationship with his new fence auns ai Teagan Gould. Did you find yourself pinching yourself there was a 22-year-old who is prepared to take you, on, not being rude, you were carrying a fair bit of baggage. We did and didn't hit it off at the start, I said to Teagan we have been through five phases of 'Love' fr. But we are in a good position at the moment. Thank you. Doctors are seeking urgent medical advice to separate twins joined at the abdomen. The baby girls were born a week ago in Bali and are currently on close watch in a Denpasar hospital. It's believed the babies have their own hearts but the membranes are attached. They've been called 'Baby Blue' and 'Baby Green' by medical staff. Their mother is still at home recovering from the Caesarean birth. Their father has set up a vigil at the hospital. With more, I'm joined by Sunrise medical editor John D'Arcy. Good morning. John, how rare are conjoined twins? , Look, they are very rare. One in 50,000 to 1 in 100,000, so they are a rare, rare situation. About 50% are born still born. Situations like this where they are alive, if they are looked after carefully, 25% will survive, if they are carefully cared for. Tell me what is involved in such an operation. They are joined at the abdomen as we said but got their own hearts but membranes are attached? What happens probably the cell fuses so in other words, when the baby is born, the sticky cells, the stem cells, one the stem cells, one gets into the other and that is why embrainerise joined. The careful care will have to be to identify other and that is why the

exactly what is what, using special techniques and separate them. Now, it is possible. It needs technology, of course. Whether that is available in Bali, I do not know. It is certain in Bali, I do not know. It is certain available in Australia but it can be done. The chances of them both survives, even though one has hydro cefilous, the brain is swollen, they can survive, there is potential. Difficult but they can survive. Good to talk to you. Here's Larry. The Apple iPhone is set to be knocked off its perch by the new smartphone on the block - the Samsung Galaxy S3. The highly anticipated device was released in the UK just hours ago. And its sales are already set to exceed that of the Apple version this year. Earning it the title 'the iPhone killer'. With more on this we're joined by tech expert Val Quinn. Good morning. It is quite the title. Big shoes to fill. Why all the hype? I think people are waiting for the next iPhone. Samsung has gained interest. iPhone. Samsung has gained interest.. Its older Galaxy 2S was a really loved phone. This is the first time a non-Apple phone has built up such excitement. Do people camp outside in the street? It is how we can tell. Not that I can see. It is nut on sale here but we will find out when it comes out. Is it better than the iPhone am Big question, better than the iPhone am Big question I think it has leapfrogged the i iPhone 4S, a big screen, processor, great camera, a lot of smart features, identify photos, it can identify vour yous, a Suri like feature where it will listen for your voice. So very smart features. It has got more memorythen the iPhone and said to work on 4G networks. Last question, will it out sell the iPhone? I think so. Wow! Right now, Samsung's phones are outselling Apple phones in certain regions so it has got a good chance until the iPhone 5 comes out. Then you will be on this couch doing the same. It is over to Mel and same. It is over to Mel and Sarah. Yes, with DJ Allison, thanks for coming in. What will you play for to the break? I am going to play coming in. What will you play for us 'Shooting Stars' by Bag Raiders. OK. Ahead this Sunrise - President Obama's awkward reaction when his Australian girlfriend told him she loved him. Plus, vampires, witchcraft. Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer in their dark new movie. But next, we are giving away a car. It's the Nissan Dualis, worth more than $30,000. We could be calling you - stay watching on Sunrise, live on Friday Funday. MAN (BREATHLESSLY): Get in touch with Medibank today. (SIGHS) Friday fun day, with Mel and Larry and it's a new car! and it's a new car!! and it's a new car!!! and it's a new car!!!! It's a new car! Cross your fingers, cross your toes. We are just minutes away from giving away that brand new Nissan Dualis. It's worth more than $30,000. But first let's get a news hit with Sarah. Motoring groups say a formal inquiry into price gouging at the petrol bowser is long overdue. Competition watchdog the ACCC is investigating whether service stations are acting unlawfully by flagging price movements on a website. For years we've been saying this shouldn't be allowed to happen, and if they are going to allow it to happen then the public should have the same information that the oil companies are getting and we're hoping that that's one of the things that this investigation will deliver. The probe follows last week's surge in petrol prices to 3.5-year high. A welfare crackdown in next week's budget could mean all single parents will be forced to look for work when their youngest child turns eight. Until now, some have received Centrelink payments until their youngest reaches 16. Anything that we can do that does encourage people back into the workforce Is something we want to do. It is good policy. It just doesn't make a difference for them and the economy, it makes situations of avoiding intergenerational unemployment. The cuts will reportedly affect 100,000 parents but save the Government $700 million a year. Melbourne police are appealing for information after a 24-year-old man was shot just above the eye by an air rifle during a soccer training session. Investigators say a person fired the pellet from the darkness of a nearby park. The man suffered minor injuries but officers say it could have been much worse. Any type of firearm is dangerous, especially an air rifle. Anyone who witnessed the incident is urged to call Crime Stoppers. A hospital worker has died and another has been seriously injured after they were hit by a car outside Canberra Hospital yesterday. The women were crossing a road when the vehicle ploughed into them. Police allegedly saw the car driving erratically shortly before the accident. The 24-year-old driver is in custody helping police with their inquiries. Conjoined twins born into a poor Balinese family are awaiting lifesaving surgery in a Denpasar hospital. The two girls, nicknamed 'Baby Blue' and 'Baby Green' were born six days ago, joined at the abdomen, close to their hearts. Medical experts say the separation will be a demanding procedure. It needs technology, of course, and whether that's available in Bali I do not know. It's certainly available in Australia, but it can be done. Specialist doctors have been flown in to deal with the case. Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexona for men. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. Beretts is in Noosa on the Tour. Getting ready for day two of Tour de Cure. How you feeling? I'm feeling alright, thanks, we go from Getting ready for day two of the

Noosa to Rainbow Beach, just 150 kays so it will be OK. Collingwood will be bolstered by the return of Heath Shaw and Ben Reid for tonight's encounter with the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium. Speculation over Travis Cloke's future isn't going away but Nathan Buckley's focus remains squarely on the Bulldogs who are coming off back-to-back wins. They've still got a lot of talent in the side, we are not going to be under any illusions about the quality of the talent we are coming up against. Collingwood's football and coaching strategist, Rodney Eade, will be up against the club who sacked him last year. The match is live on Seven and 7mate tonight. The Cowboys are expected to welcome back co-captain Matt Scott from a foot injury for tonight's round nine NRL clash against the Dragons in Townsville. St George Illawarra has had plenty of time to prepare following their last-gasp win over the Roosters on Anzac Day. In tonight's other match, the Keating brothers, Kris and Matt, will go head-to-head when the Bulldogs tackle the bottom-placed Eels at ANZ Stadium. The Queensland Reds have turned Will Genia's contract farce into a positive ahead of Sunday's Super Rugby final rematch against the Crusaders in Christchurch. Genia reneged on a deal to join the Force, opting to re-sign with the Reds instead. Centre Anthony Fainga'a says Genia's decision has united the team. Round 11 gets underway tonight with the Rebels up against the Bulls at AAMI Park. We have had some great corporate support on Tour de Cure. But these guys at Optus have excelled. Not only have they cept half their team, but Sam Kenny you look after Optus in New South Wales and Queensland. It is a big cheque? A lovely big cheque, $ cheque, $50,000. You have got a lot of your team? My CEO, my boss, members of the Queensland and the rest of the Optus family. Other than this $ this $50,000, we have raised through the efforts of the Optus family, $ the efforts of the Optus family, $117,000. So keep contributing. Thanks, Optus. Let's look at the weather. Good weather. Good news for you, Beretts, because come on down! Look at the showcase we have for you! It's a new family! Yeah! This is your new daughter, Renae! It all starts, back Monday, 5 p.m. Monday, 5 p.m., looking forward to it. The icon returns. The 'Price is Right'. There is an art to this. Yes, we got trained to do it, four years of uni. You stroke it like a pet, long, hard, shiny pet, we do length, height, sometime breadth. We pretend to watch a really riveting show, like Sunrise. Yes, Hmmm! Some of those? Good times. There is a six-burning barbecue and some stakes. Feel hungry anybody? Is there nothing real in this industry? Next they will tell me Summer Bay is not a real place. And if Laz is not enough eye candy, meet Cam. You ready? Yes. 1 thousand 1, 1,000 2. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. A low over the Bass Strait is generating scattered showers over southern Victoria and Tasmania. A trough stretching from north-east New South Wales into Queensland is causing patchy rain and storms. A high is keeping Central Australia clear while another trough triggers thundery showers over southwest WA. Look, it is great. I want this back. It is about time. Channel Seven wants the show back. The Look, it is great. I want this show

audience wants the show back. In fact I will quickly read out a card and inmany thousand of fan mail hat have come in to congratulate you. have come in to congratulate you., " have come in to congratulate you., "Sear Larry, you are awesome. Love, Larry." Apparently you want it as well. I should have changed my name for that card. Silly, rookie. Larry." Apparently you want it back

Thank you. As you know we are going to give away a brand new Nissan Dualis. I want to show you how new it is, it has still got the protective sticky stuff on the bonnet and the bar code on the back window. All up it's worth more than $31,000 including on-road costs. So let's call the lucky winner. We're ringing Queensland. You don't have to answer with particular number of rings. I hoping it is ringing. Got the particular number of rings. I am beautiful new car smell. I can hear it ringing. Hello, Tamara speaking. Hello, is that Tamara West as in the one and only Tmara West? I hope so. I am ringing from a show called Sunrise. You have won a new car. If you flick on the telly you will see it. It is shiny, it is silver and it is seriously brand new and it all yours. It looks beautiful! Saari is going to do a quick hand braky o but otherwise it is fine. You watching us? Yes. I want to scratch a message? Anybody got a key? Congratulations. Have you got a car at the moment? I do. But a better one now! Awesome. I was hoping you would tell me it is something 1974 bomb and this is going to improve it. It is not a 2011 Ferrari you have got at the moment? No, it is not. Chuck that old bit of junk on eBay because you got a new car! Well done. How good is the car, room in the back for a baby seat. A new car smell, gorgeous. Yes, until the baby vomits. Ahead - this Sunrise, Miranda Kerr reveals her surprising beauty secret. Michelle Pfeiffer on her dark new role. We're back with more of our Friday Funday, right after this. Good morning! # Down # Up # Down # Come on # Danger

# You got to # Fantastic. We have got a DJ this morning for our Friday fun day. Allison in wonderland. It is so cool. She has got to do major. It is what I'm doing this now. That is nice dancing. Is that a dad dance? Um... Katy Perry is a big fan of yours, you met her at the Grammy after party. You after party. You can keep the music going. OK. John Deakes has asked for

something from Ingelburg Hump egrdink. You have signed someone exciting. Yes, it sounds like a lie. It exciting. Yes, it sounds like a lie. It is pretty surreal. What is the most asked-for song. What been asking everyone on my Facebook most asked-for song. What I have and Twitter and it is 'One on all' and there is a lot of swearing on that. Apparently they do a lot of that on Sunrise. Finally, what does this button do? We are loving it. What do you reckon? Nelson, we might keep the DJ going. Fridays can always be a bit of fun. Johnny Depp and Tim Burton have teamed up for the eighth time. I cannot read and dance at the same time. Their new movie is 'Dark Shadows' and co-stars Michelle Pfeiffer. Nelson, you caught up with the cast. You think you can't read and dance at the same time, you can't dance... at the same time, you can't dance.... You can't dance, Larry. Settle down, Todd, settle down! No, let's talk about Michelle Pfeiffer. Let's. let's talk about Michelle Pfeiffer. Let's.? We just met the other day. It was her 54th birthday. Man, she looks as good as when she wasicatewoman in 1992. -- catwoman in 1992. Her hands rur great, they say you can tell a woman's age by her hands. And Tim Burton is not so bad either. Hear me future dweller. What is the year? 1972. 1972? My beloved Colinwood. Who the hell is this? I am a vampire, madam. Vampires, witchcraft, the dark arts. It can only mean one thing - Johnny Depp and Tim Burton have teamed up again. The How soon with the horses be ready? We don't have horses, we have saChevvy. Michelle Pfeiffer co-stars in 'Dark Shadows'. She previously worked with the director in 'Batman Returns'. How do you stay so beautiful, I How do you stay so beautiful, I know it How do you stay so beautiful, I know it is an esoteric question to ask? I exercise, I eat well, I try to, you know, watch the stress in my life and you know, not surround myself in a toxic environment, whether it is like, the food that I eat or the people that I surround myself with. So I think I am happy. I have heard you say that you were a fan of Johnny's previously. So as a fan of his, describe the working experience? He is a lot of fun. And he's kind of a jokester. And actually, he's a big jokester. You know, you just laugh a lot. This is Johnny and Tim's eight collaboration. Their other major films include 'Edward Scissorhands' and 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. And in this new tale, Tim's wife, Helena Bonham Carter, co-stars too. He and Helena are chameleons. clude That's what kind of people I like working with. They are both game. Like, that is where I felt great about the actors in this. I like actors that don't have a certain image problem or concern. They are all willing to try whatever. To me, as a director, that is what you want. Oh, my dear Victoria, has my scent offended thee? No, I am sorry, it's just that, people I I love haven't always loved me back. 'Dark Shadows' is a chance for a young Aussie to break into the big time. Former 'Neighbours' actress Bella Heathcote