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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Bali on high alert ahead of the 10th anniversary
of the 2002 bombings at Kuta. Forget the text messages - Peter Slipper's church says
he's welcome to preach again. Plus, a fire risk forces Toyota
to take back 300,000 Aussie cars. The Duchess of Cambridge thrills
a young boy on her first solo tour.

# And labyrinth is here # Earthquake, a love earthquake #

The UK singing sensation performs
on Thursday, 11 October, 2012. # Reach up for insunrise, reach up for the sunrise. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven, from Brekky Central, Kochie and mel.

Good morning. Labrinth has exploded
onto the global charts and you'll see
what all the fuss is about later in the show. Also on the show today,
Joan becomes an Angel. She won $30,000 in the Cash Call,
she won over Grant and she won thousands of fans
across the country.

Through popular demand, Joan will be our special guest here at Brekky Central as he becomes an angel.Did she get the stretch limo she wanted? Yes, think she might.You didn't think we would pick her up on the back of a moped, did you?

So, let's get under way with the latest
from the Seven Newsroom. Indonesian authorities
have ramped up security ahead of the 10th anniversary
of the 2002 Bali bombings. More than 1,500 soldiers and police
are on the highest alert. They've received
credible terrorist threats to VIPs attending
the memorial service tomorrow. People should always check the Department of Foreign Affairs
and Trade travel advice warnings but I do want to be in Bali
for the 10-year commemorations. Ms Gillard,
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott and former prime minister
John Howard are all expected to attend.

Independent MP Rob Oakeshott
has denied he forced Peter Slipper to resign
from his position as Speaker. Mr Oakeshott
and fellow Independent Tony Windsor had met Mr Slipper
before question time on Tuesday, but he says
the decision was Mr Slipper's alone. My role
wasn't to force him to do it. It was to explain my personal view,
likewise Tony Windsor and then Peter Slipper drew
his own conclusions. Mr Oakeshott says he now hopes Parliament has the opportunity
to lift its standards.

Disgraced Labor MP Craig Thomson
is back in the headlines today with claims a senior Coalition frontbencher
has been caught secretly trying to secure his vote. News Limited reports a letter confirms
a formal approach was made to the MP asking him to support
a Coalition superannuation bill. Tony Abbott has apparently
been shown the document and says there is no way the Coalition would accept
Mr Thomson's vote.

Some Toyota drivers are being urged
to get their vehicles checked after the car manufacturer
issued a worldwide recall. Toyota is recalling Corolla, Klugers, RAV4,
Yaris, Aurion and Camry cars built between 2006 and 2010. Almost 300,000 cars
could be affected in Australia. The recall is to replace
the electric window master switch. It's the biggest recall ever
for Toyota.

The Duchess of Cambridge attending a number of functions. Kate smiled for the cameras and met people involved with
the London Olympics and Paralympics. Her husband wasn't by her side but she still looked
extremely relaxed. Oh, it was fantastic.
It was really exciting. Prince William was attending
the funeral of his former nanny. Coming up, imagine no more blur. We check out the new camera that could change the way
we take photos forever. We'll show you how it works.
But first, here's Kochie.

Thank you, Nat, pretty ugly night on Wall Street. It's still trading at the moment, currently down 123 points, that's after Alcoa, the big aluminium

released its results and warned China is slowing down faster than everyone expected. We took a breather on our major indices.

Consumer confidence is on the rise,
but only very slightly. Consumer sentiment improved
by just 1% in the past month. Craig James is at CommSec.
Morning. Craig, what are the implications?

We're not really having a party yet, are we?No, no party going on, certainly in the Australian economy. A 1% gain in consumer sentiment after an interest rate and home prices have risen and share prices are risen, most people are out there going, " going, "OK, most things are OK." And not shooting the lights out but how many of us are foxing? There is one part of the consumer index whether it is a good time to buy a dwelling? It has gone up 18% in the past two months, the highest level for months, the highest level for three years. Perhaps some are getting set to move into the property market? If that is the case, it is good news for builders, real estate agents and everyone involved in the industry. Hopefully, they will act on those sentiments.Let's keep our fingers crossed. Here is Beretts with sport.

The doping evidence that led to seven-time Tour de France winner
Lance Armstrong being banned from cycling for life will be revealed today. The United States
Ani-Doping Association says Armstrong was the kingpin of
the most sophisticated drug program in sports history during his time
with the US Postal team. The evidence includes
sworn statements from 11 former team-mates and lab results USADA say prove Armstrong regularly used
performance-enhancing drugs. Armstrong denies doping
during his career.

Demons midfielder Brent Moloney will sign a 2-year deal
with the Brisbane Lions today once he completes
a routine medical check. Moloney was the first player
to signal his intention to switch clubs under the AFL's
new free agency rules. Meanwhile,
the Bombers remain hopeful of retaining injury-prone
tall forward Scott Gumbleton despite interest from Melbourne
and Fremantle. Brisbane Roar players insist
they won't be intimidated by the return of former coach
Ange Postecoglou in this weekend's clash
with Melbourne Victory Midfielder Thomas Broich has even
given his old mentor a backhander declaring new coach Rado Vidosic
was the brains behind Brisbane's
back-to-back A-League titles. Saturday night
will be the first time Postecoglou has ventured
to Suncorp Stadium as an opposition coach.

Sounds like it is going to be fiery night up there too.Terrific.Let's go to Grant, he has today's weather. Good morning?There is a bit of weather news about with a strong upper cold pool, which for October standards is significant, coming through to New South Wales and Victoria. It will bring thunderstorms, but more particularly snow down to 1,000 metres for the Snowy Mountains.Wow!Yes, even the New South Wales southern ranges. It is dropped temperatures, bringing hail and South-East Queensland will also get some of that so a very strong cold upper air pool. We're in Tamworth, raining, believe it or not, not the one falling from the sky but the horses riding behind us. We will find out after we look at the weather.

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A little excited too, just quietly, team, that our angel in life and on the show, Joan, is indeed coming on the show after a cracker day the other day. Gee, she left an impression. We're still talking about her and the team as we drive out here to tamworth. She is a remarkable human being.She put a smile on so many faces.It could be the start of something big for Joan, I can see the Hollywood lights beckoning.I can see it.I reckon she would drive a hard bargain for the cash. Conned us into a limo.Not conned, demanded.And a handsome driver.Five, if anything was to go by the other day. Good on her.

Lance Armstrong was at the centre
of a massive doping program. Plus, calls for a koala cull
in Victoria. Find out why people are concerned. And the Bali terror threat. How authorities are preparing ahead of the 10th anniversary
of the Kuta bombing.

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Indonesian authorities
are on heightened alert ahead of tomorrow's service for the 10th anniversary
of the Bali bombings. They say there's credible evidence that suspected terrorists
plan to target Australian politicians
and other VIPs. Prime Minister Julia Gillard,
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott and former PM John Howard The Federal Government says
it's aware of the threats and is taking
all relevant precautions. Sunrise correspondent Michelle
Tapper is in Bali and joins us now. Good morning.

Michelle, are authorities confident
they can keep the threat contained?

Good morning, guys. Well, Australian and Indonesian authorities are working together to try to make sure nothing happens. They'll have more than 1500 police and military personnel deployed at various sites arounds Bali. The most important site tomorrow will be where the memorial service is taking place and where all the Australian and Indonesian dignitaries will be in the one location. Everyone that enters there will under go rigorous screening. There will be a number of security staff planted here at the memorial, where the Paddy's Bar used to be, right behind me. Yesterday we were here for couple of hours and hundreds of Aussies came by. They were taking photos and laying flowers to remember all the lives lost. It will be lost. It will flowers to remember all the lives lost. It will be very busy here indeed.What's scheduled for tomorrow someThe memorial service starts 8:00 Bali time, the main one held at the GWK Cultural Centre, it will be attended by will be attended by the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister John Howard, and Tony Abbott. And survivors and the family members of the victims will be there. Candles will be lit in the rememberance pond. Every name of every person killed will be read out slowly. There will be a minute of silence and then floral tributes will be laid by the dignitaries as well as the family members as they remember the lives lost.We are hearing Australians arriving in Bali have been appalled about the state of the site where the Sari Club once stood?Well, it is appalling. It is basically across the road from the memorial here. This is where Paddy's Bar used to be. And at the Sari Club, it is basically a car park. Nothing has been done to honour the victims. It is believed the Indonesian and Australian authorities have offered the land owner $ owner $1 million because everybody wants to build a peace park. But he is asking $ is asking $7 million, way above the market value. Dozens of Aussies were there, they called the area ground zero, and it is what it looks like ten years on. A few make shift memorials and photos but nothing is done to pay respect to the site. We have heard people are urinating on the fence because we are right in the middle of the Kuta nightclub area. It is going off right now because it is only 3:15 in Indonesia.I will be cohosting Sunrise from Bali tomorrow morning.

And Seven News
will have live coverage of the 10th anniversary
memorial service from 11am
Australian Eastern Daylight time. Coming up on Sunrise, the church welcomes Peter Slipper
back to preach while the Coalition courts
Craig Thomson. Plus, it fixes your photos. How this camera is revolutionising
how we take our happy snaps. And 'Gangnam' going gangbusters. Psy makes the list
of the world's most influential men. But wait 'til you see
who's number one.

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We've got it. You are so good at that.I was showing Lachlan how I was dancing when we shot that yesterday and he said, " yesterday and he said, "Mum, please don't tell me you danced like that." And Nicholas says, mum!It is a great stage of life.

And Psy has just been named
39th most influential man of 2012. James Bond topped askmen.com list,
which seems strange.

Not even a real bloke. Typical. It seems strange.

A real man,
Usain Bolt was number two. And Bill Clinton came in third.

I get James Bond, you boys like to dress like him.He's not real. Define real.Like Barbie. That was a really dumb thing to say. Don't you want to drive a car like him and jump out of a plane?Sure, I wonder if Peter Slipper would make it?

Peter Slipper is still
in the headlines with reports his church would welcome
the former Speaker back as a priest. That's despite revelations about sexist comments he made
about women in text messages. The 'Courier-Mail' says the Archbishop of the
Traditional Anglican Communication reckons Mr Slipper
could still pursue a life as a fully functional priest. We're wondering whether you think he should be allowed to continue
as a priest.

Would he make a good priest.Would you want to be in the conggregation. It would be after he has sorted out a bit of stuff.Yes.He could text you in the meantime.

Also making news - the attempt by the Coalition to get the vote
of disgraced Labor MP Craig Thomson. The 'Daily Telegraph' reports a senior Opposition frontbencher
wrote to Mr Thomson two days ago asking him to back
a Coalition superannuation bill. That's despite Tony Abbott
previously saying he'd never take the tainted vote
of the suspended ALP politician. We'll get more on this after 7:00.

Canberra just keeps on giving stories.

How's this
for a lesson in parenting? A mum and dad in the US got so sick of cleaning up
after their lazy kids, they decided to go on strike.

(Kochie applauds)

The couple stopped doing the dishes,
tidying up and picking dirty clothes up
off the floor. Their house is usually spotless. But it deteriorated
into a smelly pigsty over the next six days. Amazingly, that's how long it took for the children
to even notice the mess. We're sure plenty of parents
have felt like doing this, so we want to hear from you.

Not being a neat freak like you, you would not be able to do it.I'd last an hour.It is all those extra things. I have done a bit of the same, school lunchboxs I leave them now and the kids go, " now and the kids go, "Where's my lunchbox?".

After the break -
news, sport, weather and the new Cash Call code word. Then, a population explosion. Why starvation fears
are prompting controversial calls for a koala cull in Victoria. And Kate grants the wish
of one young fan with a hug during her first solo royal tour.

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That's Joan cam, waiting for her to arrive.Alright, but 6:30, let's get the latest news with Nat.

Hundreds of extra police
and security guards have been deployed to Bali after concerns of a terror threat at tomorrow's 10-year anniversary
of the bombings in Kuta. Prime Minister Julia Gillard
and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott are expected to attend the services. TRANSLATOR:
It's true there is an indication that terrorists have entered Bali
and there is a threat to VIP guests. Authorities have confirmed they have credible information
about an attack. A man has died after falling from
a building in Sydney's inner west. Police were called
to a block of units in Camperdown after calls from the public
concerning the man's welfare. The man fell from a balcony
on the fourth floor

shortly after police arrived. He died at the scene. A critical incident investigation
is now underway. Police are looking for witnesses and a report will be prepared
for the coroner. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says the Coalition will never accept
a vote from disgraced MP Craig Thomson following claims he was secretly approached
by a Coalition frontbencher. News Limited has obtained a letter showing a formal approach was made
to the MP asking him to support
a Coalition superannuation bill. The letter was sent two days ago. Mr Abbott has apparently
been shown the document. 300,000 Australian cars
could be headed back to dealerships after a major recall. Toyota is recalling the vehicles because of an electrical problem
with power windows. Customers who own a Corolla, Kluger, RAV4,
Yaris, Aurion or Camry built between 2006 and 2010 will need to have
their cars checked. It's the car-maker's biggest recall, with warnings on more than
seven million vehicles worldwide. And 50 puppies
are looking for new homes in Dublin after they were found hidden
in two cars. Authorities believe
the dogs were headed to the UK after being bred in puppy farms
in Ireland. Two men have been arrested. A lot of this works online,

a lot of this
is meeting people in car parks and you open the boot of the car
and there's 6 or 7 pups. Some of the puppies were unwell but have been receiving
medical treatment. The find is believed to be
one of the biggest in years.

Finance news now and the Dow is Finance news now and the Dow Finance news now and the Dow is a whole lot weaker, down 120 points at the moment, after Alcoa, the big aluminium company released their quarterly

and said China is slowing a whole lot quicker than everyone expects. And Europe was down. We were off our 14-month highs.

Time for sport.

The Kangaroos will be looking
to exploit their fitness edge over New Zealand in this weekend's one-off test
in Townsville. The Aussies have rejected a request
for drinks breaks during the match preferring
to let the Kiwis sweat it out in the hot and humid conditions. Conditions are going to be tough
to play in so both teams
will be experiencing that and I think whoever holds the ball will go a long way
to winning the game. Coach Tim Sheens has given the Aussie squad a break
from training today. Promising Gold Coast defender
Josh Toy has been cleared
to continue his AFL career despite suffering
from a serious heart condition. Toy's Sun's team-mate Josh Caddy
is on the move. The midfielder has been traded
to Geelong for a first-round draft pick. In an interesting twist, it's the same draft pick
that was given to the Cats as compensation
for Gary Ablett's departure.

He went to the Gold Coast, Kochie, that's the point.

The doping evidence against
cycling legend Lance Armstrong has been made public. The United States
Anti-Doping Association says Armstrong was the key player in
the most sophisticated drug program in sports history during his time
with the US Postal team. 11 former team-mates
have provided sworn testimony claiming Armstrong used
performance-enhancing drugs.

Including massive names in the sport.

USADA has banned Armstrong
from cycling for life and stripped him
of his seven Tour de France titles.

That full report has just come out. It is 202 pages of evidence. It is massive and it is pretty damming. Now, let's check with Grant Denyer? The connection between a man and a horse can be an extraordinary bond, when it is truly unique and special, amazing things can be achieved. Do you want a demonstration?Yes, please.Dave, come on in, you won't demonstrate but raining, what is it? We are in Tamworth, the horse capital of Australia, one horse, one rider, walk in and do a series of manoeuvres, I describe reigninging as dressage's badly behaved cousins. They have got to do a series of manoeuvres, fast spins, circles, bone-crunching stops and a lot of control on the horses. Guy is able to pinpoint exactly where the horse's foot is going to go at exactly the right sime.By the look of it, he is using leg control, rather than the rein?Yes, if we can have the least resistance possible, a spin.Sheeesh! How long does it take for Guy to vomit.He's like a rubber band, he better go back the other way.Let's look at the forecast around the country because there is a bit of activity around.

A vigorous cold front is bringing
cold winds, thundery rain and hail to South Australia, Victoria
and Tasmania. A trough stretching from northern WA
to Queensland is generating storms, potentially severe in Queensland. A high is bringing dry, gusty winds
into the interior, leading to high fire danger in Northern Territory
and Western Australia.

How long does it take to sort of develop that kind of bond and connection and control? Because it's so finite?Generally, the reining event is for a $ event is for a $50,000 buckle putourty. They are four years old. They are not that old. There is a lot of training to go into it.I got a stunt horse. I don't know if you noticed, ladies, ugly.They'll let anyone on TV.Thanks, Beretts.

Coming up, no... Coming up, no.... The case against Lance Armstrong, we're live to the US.

As authorities say
the cyclist was the kingpin of the most sophisticated
doping program in sports history.

Can't be true.

Plus, Victoria's koala concerns. Authorities are worried they're
breeding themselves to death. And it's a world first. The light-field camera
has been launched in Australia. Find out how it's changing the way
we take photos, next.

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America's anti-doping agency is set to release its case
against Lance Armstrong. It's accused the cyclist
of being at the centre of the most sophisticated
and successful doping program ever seen in sport. The claim is contained
in a comprehensive report into allegations of drug use made against the seven-time
Tour de France winner. For more, we're joined by Seven News
US correspondent Angela Cox and Beretts. Ange, the anti-doping agency
has been quite damning, hasn't it?

Yes, it has. I have got the 202 page report here. Just been released. A little bit of light reading. Obviously haven't got through it all yet but the boss of USADA has issued a statement saying they had a 1,000-page file on Lance Armstrong. In that evidence they had the sworn toim of 26 people, including 11 team-mates who have been identified. They've admitted to doping themselves and says Lance Armstrong was doping and encouraging other drivers to do it and even pedaling some of these products. As well as the sworn testimony, they say they have test results which were doping and also e-mails, financial statements, scientific analysis which shows there was a conspiracy which was designed to groom and pressure athletes to use drugs and to ultimately gain an unfair advantage. They said it was organised by the athletes and they thought they were above the rules. The USADA boss took the time to ilate the athletes for it coming forward and hopefully they will clean up the sport and criticised Lance Armstrong.He has always denied it.Pretty much what we have heard before, denying the allegations, saying it is a hatchet job, accusing of job, accusing of UASDA for bullying the athletes to manufacture the story and that Lance Armstrong was made to do hundreds of tests and not one was positive.Exactly, Beretts, what is the impact on the sport of cycling? All these years and none caught?There are big names giving testimony, including George Hincapie, highly respected and Floyd Landis. The reason they have pursued it so strongly, they want to clean out the sport and give young peep coming into the sport to go on, a lot have been turned away because they had to do drugs to compete. You say you won't do it and you are out of the sport. They want to clear up the path. It means maybe a full retesting of all the results that have gone before. Everyone who has won a major title will be under the microscope now, but it is an interesting time.It slams the drug testers? That this could happen? Allegedly, over all these years and people like him won all those events.Exactly, what it hinges on is the strong toim of those involved. The doctors are defending their position and will go to court to do that. But at the moment, everything looks bad for Lance Armstrong. He is left no option but to build a defence and come forward and prove his incense.Yes, a -- prove his inasns.Yes, a big story in sport. Here is Mel.

There are places in Australia where there are very real concerns about the survival of one of
our favourite Australian icons - the koala. But in one part of Victoria,
numbers are exploding. Cape Otway, on the southernmost
tip of the state, is home to a rapidly growing
population of koalas. Experts say numbers
have jumped to several thousand and there are fears
they're starving to death. And joining us now is
Cape Otway local Frank Fotinas. Frank, what are conditions like
in Cape Otway for these koalas?

Good morning. Well, the koalas really like the coastal manta gums so they are going through and stripping it and killing thousands of trees. They go through and just wipe it out.Alright, why do you think it is happening? Why so much? The population is basically exploding?It is exploding because they are no natural predators and they are very protected. We haven't had any bushfires, there is no dingoes, there is nothing takes them so they keep reproducing.OK, so, is it a problem though? We hear from the Koala Foundation regularly and other organisations so concerned because numbers are dropping around the country and they fear these gorgeous animals will be extinct. They may be dropping elsewhere but not Cape Otway.Is culling the answer?No-one wants to cull koalas but there has to be population control.Do you suggest relocating? Relocating, more tree planting, a banding of the actual gums so the koalas can move on to another type of gum tree.So you're not saying culling? I was led to believe that you were promoting culling as one option?Culling, as in moving away, but not killing.So relocated not culling?Yes. Relocating them to other types of trees amch Whewwwh!In the Otways.Does relocating work well?Not really. But you got to try it out. Because they are killing the trees they are in now, so we haven't got many options.See what happens, good to catch up, Frank, thanks for your time.Mel, you are going to love this.

Now to the camera that could change the way
we take photos forever. The world's first light field camera
by Lytro has been launched in Australia. It lets users refocus a photo
after its captured creating what's being called
"living pictures". You can view the results immediately by swiping your finger
across the screen and sharpen the images by tapping
on different parts of the photo. Inventor Ren Ng joins me now.

And Melbourneburnian.

Ren, good morning. Is this the end of blurry
and out-of-focus photos?

I think what it means is a beginning of the next rev lose in photography. -- revolution in photography. This has been years in the making, takes full light fields, not just regular 2-D pictures in every shot and share them online so your friends and family can refocus the pictures in Facebook, Twitter, sharing in e-mail. Shall we take a look?Yes, show us how it works.Everyone using Facebook to share pictures these days. Here is my news feed, my wall. Here is one of the pictures taken with the Litro camera. Taken by one of our customers. They are trying to get you to interact with the picture, so directly within the social network you can click on the photo and bring it into focus. Here is another kind of picture I took a bit before. I don't know if you can tell what it is snbtA bit blurry in the background. Probably a better shot of me?I wonder who that is? There you go.You have a wonderful story. Because you were raised in Melbourne, went across to Stamford, did your PHD and linked up with a couple of geeks over there, professors, who started this technology and you have come up with a camera like this. This is it?In the '90s they were studying with big camera systems, a room full of cameras, plugged into a supercomputer. I worked to miniaturise it, because I'm a passionate photographer myself. It is a new censor inside there that miniaturises it so you can put it in your pocket.So this is the future of cameras you reckon?Yes, definitely. There a long way to go through to all kinds of innovations through to light-field.You can do your own 3-D stills? The ex next one coming?Every shot taken with the camera is inherently 3-D. That is what makes it so powerful. So as a software update in the future, for every picture today, those will come into 3-D.They are available now? Yes, it is why I'm in Australia this week. We just started selling them yesterday in retail stores. Australia is the first country internationally for us. Yesterday was the first day for cameras in the store. In the US we only sell them online. I was excited to be at Paxtons.Local boy, Melbourne, made good.Terrific to be here. Brilliant.

News is coming up. Then, have you ever wanted to live
like a king or queen? We'll tell you how you can pick up
your own personal palace. Plus, breaking news from Hollywood. 'Singing in the Rain' actress
Debbie Reynolds rushed to hospital. And we're standing by for Joan
in her limo. The 91-year-old Cash Call winner
is on her way to Brekky Central

There's the limo! She's arrived here at Brekky Central. To become a Kochie's angel. And it's a stretch.

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Oh! A very exciting morning here on Sunrise. We have a very special guest arriving in the studio, right as we speak.She's clearly been shopping.

Joan won the $30,000 Cash Call
on Monday and today
she'll be joining Kochie's Angels. Don't miss this incredible
91-year-old soon on Sunrise.

You won't miss her.I feel under dressed.

In the meantime,
let's get some entertainment news. The Sunrise showbiz report is
brought to you by Australian Pork, with half the fat of red meat
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is in New York. Good morning. Some breaking news out of Hollywood. Debbie Reynolds
has been rushed to hospital?

We had on the show just a couple of years go years go ago?Yes, the 8-year-old osc -- 80-year-old Oscar-nominated legend, a former MGM girl was admitted to the hospital over the weekend. Her publicist said she had an adverse reaction to medication but is improving. She is the mum of Carrie Fisher, she is a real curator of Hollywood history. She collected all the memorabilia, back in the days when the studios were going toto throw it out, she had Dorothy's ruby slippers and Marilyn Munro's costumes. She recently sold them after exhibiting them in her own museum in Las Vegas. She is a tireless supporter of the movie industry.She was such a gracious lady when we met her. Different, Lindsay Lohan and her mum, Dina, have had an all-out brawl?It is amazing to go from talking about a lady like Debbie Reynolds and her wonderful daughter Carrie Fisher, now talking bot Dina and Lindsay Lohan, who were out at a nightclub until 4:00 in the morning here in New York City. They were in a limousine, from Manhattan to Long Island where Dina lives. A short commute. There was an altercation in the limo between mother and daughter. Lindsay Lohan gauze scratched. There was broken property, that is, a broken bracelet. She called her dad and the police were called. They were fighting over who gets to keep the limo?At 4:00 in the morning?My gosh! No wonder the poor girl is a little off course... Thank you, Nelson.No comment. Thank you. Still ahead on Sunrise this morning.

Bali on high alert ahead of the 10th anniversary
of the 2002 bombings at Kuta. Forget the text messages - Peter Slipper's church says
he's welcome to preach again. A fire risk forces Toyota
to take back 300,000 Aussie cars. The Duchess of Cambridge thrills
a young boy on her first solo tour. # Yeah

# I predict an earthquake up in here # Say yeah

# I predict an earthquake
up in here... # The UK singing sensation performs
on Thursday, 11 October, 2012.

# Reach up for the sunrise #

VOICEOVER: Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel.

It is good to have your company.

Labrinth has exploded
onto the global charts and you'll see
what all the fuss is about later this hour. And if you've just tuned in, Joan is becoming an Angel
this morning. Our 91-year-old Cash Call winner
has arrived here at Brekky Central and we'll catch up with her soon.

Looking gorgeous.

Let's get this hour under way with the latest
from the Seven newsroom. Here's Nat.

Indonesian authorities
are on high alert ahead of tomorrow's ceremony

to mark the 10th anniversary
of the Bali bombings. They've confirmed
they have information of a possible terrorist attack
on visiting dignitaries, including our Prime Minister. A decade on
from the deadly Bali bombings, security forces in Indonesia
prepare for a new threat. Authorities say
they have credible intelligence that suggests
an attack is being planned for tomorrow's
10th anniversary ceremony. TRANSLATOR:
It's true there is an indication that terrorists have entered Bali
and there is a threat to VIP guests. Among those flying in
for the commemorations - Prime Minister Julia Gillard. People should always check the Department of Foreign Affairs
and Trade travel advice warnings but I do want to be in Bali
for the 10-year commemorations. The Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, and former prime minister
John Howard are also set to attend. More than 1,500 police
and military personnel, including snipers, will be deployed to sites
around the island. As officials focus
on ramping up security Australians in Bali
have expressed disgust at seeing the Sari Club bombing site
being used as a car park and public urinal. It's just heartbreaking. You leave some flowers at the spot where your loved ones
passed away there and then to see them driven over... It's a bit disheartening. Yeah, I wish it wasn't happening,
but it is. The local governor says he's trying to get the land's owner
to sell it at a realistic price. Only then
can a special memorial be built. 300,000 Toyota vehicles have been
recalled across the country after a problem
with the automatic windows. Sunrise correspondent
Edwina Bartholomew has the details. Good morning, Eddy.
Which cars have been affected?

Nat, the RAV4, Camry, Yaris, Kluger and also the cucorolla rr as well built between 2006 and 2010. 300,000 cars here. 7. cars here. 7.4 million cars worldwide. The problem is with the master switch on the driver's arm wrest that controls the window and the autolock. It might be getting stuck or not operating properly because the lubricant Greece is not -- lubricant 'Grease'. So what Toyota is doing is recalling the vehicles, sending outleters to all the people who own the vehicles or bought them during that time, urging them to go into the Toyota dealership and get it checked out. They have had six reported problems here in the country, no here in the country, no injuries but they want to be safe.Thank you for the update.

After leaving his position
as Speaker, Peter Slipper could be taking up
a new role in the church. There are reports this morning he
would be welcomed back as a priest. Seven News reporter Michael Scanlan
has been following the story. Good morning, Michael. Where have these suggestions
come from?

Nat, Mr Slipper was ordained as a priest, the traditional ang lucken communion in 2008. Often described as a break away group. The archbishop of that group has reached out to Mr Slipper saying he understands he is facing his darkest days after what he described as grotty sexual allegations claims. It comes after Peter Slipper standing down on Tuesday as speaker and the emergence of sexually explicit text messages. He said Mr Slipper could still pursue a life still pursue a life as a fully functional priest and the church has always believed forgiveness.

Two men have robbed a hotel
in Brisbane early this morning threatening staff with a gun. It's believed
they entered the Camp Hill Hotel shortly after 1:00.

One man pointed his gun
at a staff member. We believe one man was armed
with a small handgun and investigations continuing
as to what type of firearm that was. They stole money from three tills
before escaping in a ute. Police are looking for a driver who fled the scene
of a high-speed crash in Sydney's inner-west this morning. A critically injured passenger
was left behind after being ejected from the car when it ran off the road
at Strathfield. The man in his 20s
was found by emergency services and taken to hospital. Meanwhile, another driver
fled this crash in Artarmon leaving an 18-year-old
female passenger trapped. Her arm was wedged
between the car and a power pole. She was left with serious injuries. Coming up, have you ever dreamed
of living like a king or queen? Well, now you can. There's a castle for sale
here in Australia. We'll tell you where.
But first, here's Kochie.

Wall Street has just finished a couple of minutes ago. Down 129

After the world's biggest aluminium company put out their quarter results and said that China is slowing down a lot more than the statistics are currently showing. European markets rur done as well. To our market, we came off 14-month highs to be down 15 points on both of our major indices yesterday.

Sport now. Here's Beretts. Demons midfielder Brent Moloney will link with the Brisbane Lions
today after completing
a routine medical examination. Moloney was the first player
to signal his intention to switch clubs under the AFL's
new free agency rules. Meanwhile,
the Bombers remain hopeful of retaining injury-prone
tall forward Scott Gumbleton despite interest from Melbourne
and Fremantle. And Gold Coast young gun Josh Caddy
has been traded to Geelong for a first- round draft pick.

A Chinese blogger has apologised
for making a death threat to tennis superstar Roger Federer but hasn't been arrested
over the incident. The threat prompted officials
to ramp up security at the Shanghai Masters. But Federer
has blocked out the drama cruising through his opening match
in straight sets. World number two Novak Djokovic
also progressed to round three. The doping evidence that led to seven-time Tour de France winner
Lance Armstrong being banned from cycling for life has been revealed. The United States
Ani-Doping Association says Armstrong was the kingpin of
the most sophisticated drug program in sports history

while he was
with the US Postal team. The evidence includes
sworn statements from 11 former team-mates and lab results USADA say prove Armstrong used
performance-enhancing drugs. Armstrong has constantly denied
doping allegations.

And there is no change in that stance, so far today.1,000-page report?Yes, summarised to 202, and a one-page summary, which is extremely damning, the language is incredible. It says." incredible. It says, " incredible. It says, "The evidence shows beyond doubt lance's team has run the most successful doping program sport has seen."Keep an eye on that.There is no denying she is a babe. Grant, I can let you know Joan has arrived safely. She is wearing her best French outfit and looking gorgeous. She said the family told her to get dressed up. Morning, Joan.Morning Mel.We got her a good-looking driver so she is set. Let's go to Grant.What a classic, she told us she was going to crack out or favourite outfit and dress up for the morning, she was going to have fun. As Joan always does, she has delivered again. I don't know why she didn't take up my opportunity to ride on horseback, I thought it was the kind of romantic thing she was hinting on, but we are in Tamworth. You know I like cars, I am sitting on one horsepower amch do you know you can -- horsepower: do you know you can make a horse do a doughnut.(tyres screech) doughnut.(tyres screech).Look at that!I hope you don't get horse sick.Fabulous. God! Horses are terrifying. Come on over, big fellow, you're competing on Blaze here. There is no pressure on those reins, it is about body pressure and connection with the beast?It is, training, and him, his job, he is nice and soft. He responds to it. The bigger the body the better the connection?No, the bigger the kick, the better the connection. He is a great old fellow, 17 and he comes out and does it and does it and loves it.Is it a big sport?Yes, getting bigger all the time. We have probably got 3 or 400 people competing this weekend.Huge through Europe and the States. What is huge thou Australia is a significant. (horse whinnies) (horse whinnies.Pardon me, the beans are repeating. There is storms and hail at the moment. Let's look at the forecast around Australia.

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne.

Next couple of days, snow down to 1,000 metres, right up into the New South Wales ranges as well.

Greg, how tricky can they get? (laughs) Greg, how tricky can they get? (laughs), yes, very tricky. Um, there you go, ya, ya, ya.Come on, you can do it! You can do it! I've lost control. I've lost control. I'll work on it in half an hour. You're doing pretty well from looking here, see you soon.

Security is being stepped up in Bali ahead of tomorrow's service
for the 10th anniversary of the Sari Club bombing. Indonesian authorities say
they have credible evidence suspected terrorists
plan to target Australian politicians
and other VIPs. The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard,
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott and former prime minister
John Howard are among the dignitaries
attending the service. The Federal Government says it's working
with the Indonesian Government to ensure all necessary
precautions are taken. Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper is in Bali and joins me now. Good morning. Michelle, what security measures
are in place to deal with this threat?

Good morning, Mel. We are being told there will be more than 1500 police and military personnel stationed throughout Bali. Of course, the main security threat tomorrow will be at the Jimbar an site, which is where Prime Minister Julia Gillard and the Indonesian President will be. As well as dozens and foreign and Australian and Indonesian dignitaries all in the one location. So security will be very, very tight out there. Anyone who enters will under go rigorous screening. We are told security will be stepped up here at the memorial, which is in place where Paddy's Bar used to be. There will be a service here tomorrow afternoon. I have got to tell you, I was here yesterday afternoon, I afternoon, I only saw three police officers on the ground. When we arrived, nightclubs were pumping and saw two security guards down stairs. They have 24 hours to get their act together but it pales in comparison to New York, I was there for the 10th anniversary of 9/11, there were police officers on every corner and cars stopped continuously. I haven't seen anything like that in Kuta.Has anyone said? Has it crossed people's minds?Of course, it is at the forefront of most people's minds. People come to Bali to have a good time. A lot of people are here, of course, for the services. There bill be a big one here at the Paddy's Bar site memorial tomorrow afternoon. Thousands of people are expected to gather but the main memorial will be the Jimbaran site where the main survivors will be, as well as the friends and families of the victims who were lost.OK, thank you very much for bringing us up to date.

And just a reminder that I'll be
co-hosting from Bali tomorrow. And Seven News
will have live coverage of the 10th anniversary
memorial service from 11am
Australian Eastern Daylight time. Prime Minister Julia Gillard
and Opposition leader Tony Abbott are preparing to fly to Bali
for tomorrow's memorial. But it seems the controversy surrounding
former Speaker Peter Slipper won't go away. Our Seven News political editor,
Mark Riley, joins us from Canberra. Riles, the 'Courier-Mail' reports Mr Slipper's church
is apparently happy for him to continue to practice
as a priest, despite the text messages he sent.

Yes, good morning, Kochie. One of the aanother oddity in this very complex political being, he was ordained a priest in the Anglican traditional union in 2008. They said They would welcome back Peter Slipper as a priest because the church is all about forgiveness, which is quaint, because Australian politics is anything but, it is unforgiving.Yes, the Coalition has been caught chasing the vote of suspended Labor MP Craig Thompson. It is embarrassing because Tony Abbott said previously he would never take Mr Thompson's tainted vote?I don't think it is damaging, I vote?I don't think it is damaging, I think it is cockup rather than conspiracy. Matias, who has the responsibility for superannuation in the parliament sent out a letter for a bill he was putting out. Someone in his office has sent it it by error to Craig error to Craig Thompson. I think it is a storm in a tea cup.And the misogynist remark by the PM has been seen around the world.It has become a cause celebrity. It has gone viral with the links from the British broadsheets to women activists sites. One I read this morning is calling her the bad ars poster girl for women's right internationally. They like the view of a woman politician ripping one up the bracket of bracket affof a bloke in the parliament. What is seen internationally as a terrific speech has a different domestic complexion. We know, making the speech, she was standing against a real principle supporting Peter Slipper, who had made the text reflection on women as an advocate of women's rights.A lot of slanging in the parliament, Chris Pyne suggesting the word bloke was offensive.You said bloke! You just said bloke. It is getting absurd. Stupid. I mean, I know Christopher has got a great well-developed sense of humour but seriously, gib me a bloke of humour but seriously, gib me a bloke -- give me a break. Has it come to that?I'm with you.See you, bloke.Thanks, blokes.

Former medico Geoffrey Edelsten
has renewed his efforts to stop an American woman
from speaking to the media. The Australian entrepreneur
took to the stand for most of the day yesterday, arguing for a permanent injunction against New Jersey mother
Stacy da Silva. During his testimony, Mr Edelsten revealed
intimate details about his high-profile relationship
with wife Brynne. This included information
about the night in March when police were called to
the Edelsten's Melbourne apartment following a domestic dispute. And Sunrise correspondent
Nick Etchells joins us now. Nick, Geoffrey Edelsten's gone
to a lot of trouble to keep this woman quiet. What exactly do we know so far?

Well, Nat, this is a tricky one to talk about. Because most of the details of what he said yesterday have been suppressed. What we can tell you, he revealed the background to the incident at their apartment you referred to, saying Brynne took his mobile phone from him and he wrestled her to get it back. That incident resulted in them living apart for four weeks. We can also tell you Jeffrey didn't want Brynne to find out about what he said was his platonic relationship with this American woman, Stacy deviler. She did -- Stacy De Silva. She did find out and called her a tramp. She found him using a web site called sugardaddyforme but insists someone else set up his profile.What else? Today, Brynne Edelsten is scheduled to give evidence this week. The American woman, Stacy de Silva will give evidence by video link. give evidence by video link. She was supposed to do it by phone, he wanted it by video link and the court wouldn't pay for it so Geoffrey Edelsten decided to pay for it utof his own -- out of his own pocket.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been touring northern England
on her own carrying out
a string of official engagements. Kate went solo as Prince William attended
the funeral of his former nanny. Tim Ewart has more. This was not the Duchess
of Cambridge's first solo engagement but it was the first time she's done
a full series of public events without Prince William at her side. But the days of talking about Kate finding her feet
as a member of the Royal Family are long gone.

For all the smiling faces, there remains a cloud
on the royal horizon. Officials are still pursuing
the photographer who took topless pictures of Kate
on holiday in France and they still want
a criminal prosecution. For William and Kate, the incident
has been a painful lesson. They're going to be involved
with the media for the rest of their lives. I think they may well be cautious
about where they're go and what they do. And I think they need people
who will advise them and say, "That old boat
that's sitting out there "while you're lying
on the top of a yacht, "that's probably got a photographer
in it." Prince William, meanwhile,
was in Essex attending the funeral
of his former nanny, Olga Powell. He arrived with the sisters
of the Diana Princess of Wales - Lady Jane Fellowes
and Lady Sarah McCorquodale. Olga Powell looked after William
and his brother Harry during the stormiest period
of their parents' marriage. And she was an important figure
in their lives. Back in Newcastle, Kate met people involved in the Olympics
and Paralympics, including 14-year-old Will Hardy
who carried the Olympic flame. Oh, it was fantastic.
It was really exciting. This was Kate at her most relaxed. If controversy over
intrusive photographs has upset her, it doesn't show. Tim Ewart reporting there.
Here's Kochie. They say a man's home is his castle.
And in this case, it really is. Crest Castle, in the outer Melbourne suburb
of Research, is up for sale. The castle boasts turrets,
a treetop footbridge and a lagoon. Inside, there are
more than 10 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, And if you fancy yourself
a king or queen, it could all be yours for between $1.5 million
and $2 million. Owners Ian and Pat Smithwick
are moving on and they join us now
from Crest Castle.

Good morning to you both.
Firstly, Ian, why are you selling?

We think it is about time, Kochie. We got to the stage in life where we want to do something else.Yep, Pat, how much work is it to look after the castle, inside and out? You use it as a B & B at the moment.Yes, very busy, both ways. I prefer the outside but the guests prefer me to be inside with talking them and showing them around, points of interest.It is amazing, so unique. Ian, you are a pool builder sow you have done a fantastic mote and lagoon there, what are you going to miss most about the Crest?We will miss the peace and the quiet, it has got a wonderful ambience about it? got a wonderful ambience about it?. Any ghosts or anything?Only when I've had too many bourbons.OK! You start seeing double. Well, it is up for sale for $ start seeing double. Well, it is up
for sale for for sale for $1.5 to $ for sale for $1.5 to $2 million. You would like to see it go to a couple of families who might split it in half and use it. Terrific. Let us know if you get a buyer.Will do, thank you.Imagine living in your own castle? The jousting and the jesters.Imagine the boat. Keep everyone away.If you have got kids who love Disney princesses, you can buy it.Joan is here, if you are just joining us, Joan was our cash call winner. We all fell in love with her. She is getting spruced. Deer, do I look ART really? I look about 100! -- do I look alright, I look 100.Not a day over 60. Beautiful.Tell us about the outfit? I have chosen a French outfit, I go to a day club on a Tuesday. We always have different days and we celebrate them.Praefrpb French music plays) music plays).We had Bastille Day and I celebrated as a French lady. We do that all the time, get dressed up on Melbourne Cup day, all those things, so the family said, " things, so the family said, "Wear your French outfit."I am glad you did, you look gorgeous.You do look gorgeous but it takes me back to a different era. Someone told me you had a bit of relations with an old gangster back in the day? Darky Sullivan.Who told you that! Sullivan.Who told you that!! Sullivan.Who told you that!!?Tell us about Darky Sullivan.Where Coles at Ramsgate, it used to be baths and it had a zoo there as well and they had a dance hall, I used to go, I was only 16 or 17 and I used to go to the dance of a Sunday night. I went down this night and these fellows came there and this fellow was dancing with me. He said to me was dancing with me. He said to me, " was dancing with me. He said to me, "I'd like to see you again." He said, " said, "I'll meet you outside the Trocedero." You heard of that?Yes, famous.A big dance hall in George Street. I went in on the train and met him outside the Trocedero. He was a gentleman and met his friends and everything. One of them said, " and everything. One of them said, "Why don't you bring Joan up to the studio." And he said, " studio." And he said, "No, she's not going to the studio." I was a bit of a wake-up, what they were doing, then, when it was time to go home, he took me back to Museum Station and bought me chocolates and home I went. When I went home, my father was a man who knocked about Sydney and that sort of thing and went to the races and that and I said, " the races and that and I said, "I met a man, a fellow. His name was Darky Sullivan." He said you stay away from him, he belongs to a razor gang in new Towne. So I never went back.Just as well.The 'Underbelly' of our time.You have got a colourful life, we will hear about it more later. We will hear it more later. We will hear about it as Jones joins the angels. Might not have time for the news now.

The news headlines are coming up
this Sunrise. Plus, UK music star Labrinth. # Yeah # I predict an earthquake up in here # Say, yeah # I predict an earthquake
up in here... # He performs his hit song
'Earthquake' for us here on Sunrise. And we're making
our $10,000 Cash Call. We could phone you as we take a look at Melbourne
through the Jetstar skycam. Showers and 15 degrees.

Indonesian authorities say
they are ramping up security ahead of the 10th anniversary
of the 2002 Bali Bombings. More than 1,500 soldiers and police
have been deployed for the service. They've received
credible terrorist threats to VIPs
attending the memorial tomorrow. People should always check the Department of Foreign Affairs
and Trade travel advice warnings but I do want to be in Bali
for the 10-year commemorations. Ms Gillard,
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott and former prime minister
John Howard are all expected to attend. Independent MP Rob Oakeshott
has denied he forced Peter Slipper to resign
from his position as Speaker. Mr Oakeshott
and fellow Independent Tony Windsor had met Mr Slipper
before question time on Tuesday, but he says
the decision was Mr Slipper's alone. My role
wasn't to force him to do it. It was to explain my personal view,
likewise Tony Windsor and then Peter Slipper drew
his own conclusions. Mr Oakeshott says he now hopes Parliament has the opportunity
to lift its standards. A critical incident investigation
is under way after a man fell from a balcony
and died in Sydney. Police were called
to the apartment block at Camperdown just before 2:00 this morning. Residents had phoned police saying they were concerned
for the man's welfare. Shortly after police arrived, he fell from a balcony
on the fourth floor. He died at the scene.

A Brisbane security guard
has been threatened with a gun and forced to lie on the floor during a hotel robbery
early this morning. Two men wearing balaclavas
held up the Camp Hill Hotel shortly after 1:00. They stole cash
after breaking into three tills before escaping in a ute.

A great white shark that forced the closure
of four Perth beaches yesterday won't be tracked down and killed. The shark was tagged but caused some panic with swimmers
and surfers ordered out of the water at Scarborough, Floreat, City Beach
and Brighton. It's not posing an imminent threat.

The beaches have been cleared
and people are not in the water. The white pointer triggered
11 warning signals in six hours. There's a new wedding trend
in Australia and it's sure to win
father-of-the-bride approval. Australian couples are apparently
moving towards more modest weddings. A new survey shows a shift
away from pricey designer dressers and extravagant receptions. (Kochie whilsles)

Researchers say it's because couples
are marrying at an older age. But your typical Aussie wedding
still doesn't come cheap. Last year, the average nuptials
cost around $37,000.

(wedding march plays) (wedding march plays).To sport...

The Kangaroos will be looking
to exploit their fitness edge over New Zealand in this weekend's one-off test
in Townsville. preferring to let the Kiwis
sweat it out in the hot and humid conditions. Conditions are going to be tough
to play in so both teams
will be experiencing that and I think whoever holds the ball will go a long way
to winning the game. Coach Tim Sheens has given the Aussie squad a break
from training today. Promising Gold Coast defender
Josh Toy has been cleared
to continue his AFL career despite suffering
from a serious heart condition. Toy's Suns team-mate Josh Caddy
is on the move. The midfielder has been traded
to Geelong for a first round draft pick. In an interesting twist, it's the same draft pick that was
given to the Cats as compensation for Gary Ablett's departure. The doping evidence against
cycling legend Lance Armstrong has been made public. The United States
Anti-Doping Association says Armstrong was the key player in
the most sophisticated drug program in sports history during his time
with the US Postal team. 11 former team-mates
have provided sworn testimony claiming Armstrong used
performance-enhancing drugs. USADA has banned Armstrong
from cycling for life and stripped him
of his seven Tour de France titles.

There will be some response from Lance, I'm sure, at some stage. Let's go to Grant Denyer on another sporting matter, he is reining, not the stuff from the sky.Just doing a bit of backhoe driving. Weee! Look what I've done to the horse. It is alive. I guarantee you. It is a cute little horse. I'm sorry about that, I'm sorry. Let's look at the forecast.

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. A vigorous cold front is bringing
cold winds, thundery rain and hail to South Australia, Victoria
and Tasmania. A trough stretching from northern WA
to Queensland is generating storms, potentially severe in Queensland. A high is bringing dry, gusty winds
into the interior, leading to high fire danger in Northern Territory
and Western Australia.

Dave, you run an arena spectacular, called the rooftop Express. And this is Rocky?Yes, Rocky is one of the stars, we put horses and cattle on the roof of the Gooseneck, Rocky has been through thick and thin with me, I count him as a mate and he taz has taken to you.Yes, I noticed that. He is placid.He is steady minded, it is what I'm looking for. He is an 8-year-old Australian stock horse. To build that connection must take an effort.It would for a normal person but let's see what you can do.Did you see that?Wow!Just the connection, pushed the button and way he went.It is your country roots as well.He's gorgeous.Good on you, old son.In case anyone is wondering. Let's give away some cash.

We're calling
today's Cash Call winner who has to answer within five rings
to claim the money. Today's lucky viewer
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Hello?Hello Dorothy Pye. Hello?Hello Dorothy Pye..Yes?Good morning to you. It is the Sunrise team here, you picked up within five rings and you have won $ rings and you have won $10,000. Marvellous, thank you very much, that's great.Have a happy day now. Where do you think you'll start?I am going to do some renovations. Good girls.Well done.

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Still to come on Sunrise,
the parents who went on strike and refused to clean up
after their kids. Then, shopping
from the comfort of home. We talk to the boss of one
of the most popular fashion websites about the future of retail online. But after the break, Labrinth. The UK music sensation performs
his mega hit 'Earthquake'.

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# Learn how to groove, 'Gangnam Style' as Psy performs live on the plaza. Wednesday, on Sunrise. You do that very well. Psy is big, so is Labyrinth from the UK. UK music star Labrinth
has exploded onto the global charts in the past year. The 22-year-old's single
'Earthquake' has gone triple platinum
in Australia alone. The music video has been watched
almost 40 million times on YouTube. And he's headed the line-up for the Parklife festival
across the country over the past couple of weeks. Performing 'Earthquake'
from his album 'Electronic Earth', this is Labrinth.

MAN: Labrith, come in.

# Yeah # Oh # Man: Labyrinth, come in.

# Ladies and gentlemen # This is something they call
a ground breaker # So let me first apologise
to shirts and the ties # For your make-up

# 'Cause I'll make you ugly
as soon as it drops # We're on a rampage # Bottles popping off # Before you know it # There's rubble and dust # 'Cause we be pushing it up # Somebody say
# You better run # Yeah

# I predict an earthquake up in here # Say yeah

# I predict an earthquake up in here # 'Cause we throw bombs on it # Throw bombs on it # Just smash something # Yeah, mosh for me # Hey yeah

# We can make an earthquake
up in here # So here we go we go, we go # Ladies and gentlemen # What you're about to witness
is no illusion # And now we got the bass banging
from here to Buckingham Palace # They're all movin' # Hey, Simon

# We're messing them up # Turning 'em psycho # Everybody rock
let's bring the house down # To rubble dust # 'Cause we be pushin it up # I predict an earthquake up in here # Say yeah # I predict an earthquake up in here # 'Cause we throw bombs on it # Throw bombs on it
# Yeah # Just smash something # Just mosh for me # Said yeah
# Let's go # We can make an earthquake
up in here # So here we go, we go

# I can make an earthquake
up in here # I predict an ea