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a special edition of Sunrise. This morning -

The future of the troubled
TV network in the balance as it tries to save its skin. Do you like the man? That's very hard question. But what the PM said next
might surprise you. The church under fire
for a controversial billboard. Get over it. Grow up, grow up, and learn to deal with people on the internet not liking you. They abuse people online
and they're happy to admit it. ('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS)

# Oppa is Gangnam style # Op, op, op, op

Psy performs the world's most
watched song live on the Plaza. # Op, op, op, op

# Oppa is Gangnam style. #

# Hey # Sexy lady #Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Psy Day. Now, live from the plaza, Mel and Matt.That's what it is folks. You know what day it is.Good morning, welcome to Sunrise. Look at the crowd already! This is quite amazing. So, who here knows the dance steps? Who is ready to do a bit of 'Gangnam Style'? (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) (laughs). The Korean superstar is on his way to the plaza. He will be here shortly to perform for you at home shortly, so bust out the moves.It is going to be a lot of fun. It is good to have your company this morning. It is going to be a wild ride. Let's head inside with Nat and all innews. I have, good morning, everyone.

The fate of Channel Nine
remains uncertain this morning as the network battles
to avoid falling into receivership. Network executives were locked
in crisis talks yesterday - trying to reach an agreement
with creditors over a $3.3 billion debt. Nine boss David Gyngell says he's 'quietly optimistic'
the group will avoid collapse. There are reports an eleventh-hour
deal has been brokered and is likely to be announced
this morning. Julia Gillard has been quizzed
about sexism

Ms Gillard was asked about
her recent speech in Parliament, where she labelled Tony Abbott
a misogynist. I bear him no personal ill will and I hope he is Leader of the
Opposition for the rest of his life. (LAUGHTER)

Last night the PM helped kick
off an Australian cultural festival. She'll meet with India's leaders
today to discuss trade, investment
and regional security. The Coalition has defended
Tony Abbott's decision not to speak directly
to the Indonesian President about his policy
to 'tow back' asylum seeker boats. Shadow Immigration Minister
Scott Morrison says the issue was raised
with Indonesia's Foreign Minister but has refused to reveal
how it was received. That is not something
that I think is appropriate. Well, because I think
it's very important that we build a relationship
of trust and a relationship where we can have
the sort of conversations that are necessary. The Prime Minister yesterday accused
Tony Abbott of being a coward for not raising the tow-back
policy with Indonesia's leader. New South Wales Police
are expected to lay charges over alleged corruption in
the Health Services Union and say Federal MP Craig Thomson
remains a subject of inquiries. Sources have told
'The Australian' newspaper that criminal charges are set to be
laid against more than one person, possibly before Christmas. It comes as Mr Thomson once again
denied any wrongdoing after Fair Work Australia
launched civil action over claims he misused union funds. I've done no wrongdoing. I maintain my innocence
as I have throughout this issue and look forward
to the opportunity, should it arise, to defend these matters in court. But legal experts say
the case could be thrown out due to state time limitations. Police are hunting two armed robbers who held up a Sydney hotel
overnight. The men threatened workers
with knives at the establishment in North Sydney
just before 11:30pm. They demanded the employees
empty the tills and the safe before running off
with a sum of cash. No-one was injured
during the robbery. Victoria's biggest taxi network is set to launch a vigilante team
of security guards - to protect cab drivers in Melbourne. 13CABS is behind the initiative, which is aimed at curbing the number
of violent assaults on weekends. But the plan for so-called
Tiger Teams is drawing criticism
from authorities. Police Association secretary
Greg Davies says the last thing that's needed is a
group of second-tier amateur police. Experts warn urgent action is needed to deal with a substantial rise
in the number of HIV cases. New figures out today show the number of people diagnosed
rose by 8% last year. New South Wales, South Australia and
Victoria saw the biggest increases. Australian HIV organisations
are calling for better access to drugs and testing.

And excitement is building ahead of this morning's performance
by 'Gangnam Style' star Psy. The Korean rapper appeared
on the 'X Factor' last night, blowing the audience away
with his famous moves. # Oppa is Gangnam style. # I feel like I'm getting more
popular in Australia. (AUDIENCE CHEERS)

So, thank you so much, thank you.

Judge Mel B joined Psy on stage, impressing the crowd with her
version of the dance moves.

Of course, he will be here as Sunrise. There is the live shot of the stage. Lots of people already there. The man of the moment will be in the building, shortly. Let's get finance news in the meantime.

Bad news for plenty of homeowners. A new report is showing up to 35% of people who purchased
property in the past four years have a loan worth more
than their actual home. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. Savanth, why are there so many
homeowners with negative equity?

Yes, Nat, look, I think the term 'Negative equity' certainly scares a lot of people. What it means is we haven't seen house prices rise effectively for the last four years. It comes down to weak manufacturing and tourism sector. The report was far north Queensland and the likes och the Gold Coast that a suffering. Looking across the major capital cities like Sydney and Melbourne, it came out with numbers like 3. came out with numbers like 3.6% of people in negative equity. Looking forward, the LB rr is cutting interest rates, we are starting to see property prices rise but we don't want to see the prices shooting out the lights sore the Reserve Bank won't be able to produce interest rates.Thank you.

The Socceroos have put their
World Cup qualifying campaign back on track

with a stirring come-from-behind win
over Iraq in Doha. A goal against the run of play
left the visitors on the back foot. But as he so often does, and substitute Archie Thompson
completed the escape act. COMMENTATOR: 2-1, Australia. And Archie Thompson makes it
three goals in three games and Australia have come from behind. The win moves Australia into second
in its qualifying group. Chris Dawes is on his way
to the Demons after Collingwood agreed to trade
the disgruntled key forward. The Magpies will receive pick
20 in the national draft along with a higher third round
selection. Melbourne will lodge details
of the 4-year $2 million deal with the AFL today. Meanwhile, Western Bulldogs
president David Smorgon is set to confirm he's stepping down
after 17 years in the job. The focus will be back on leading
jockey Damien Oliver today when he rides Commanding Jewel in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas
at Caulfield. Trainer Leon Corstens
has stuck by Oliver despite the fact he's being
investigated over a betting scandal. Meanwhile, the Gai Waterhouse-
trained Glencadam Gold remains a solid favourite
for the $2.5 million Caulfield Cup ahead of today's barrier draw.

There you go, let's get straight into weather with Grant Denyer, our own Gangnam man, good morning, GD. He hails from Korea. K-pop is the style of music it's called. These guys also start with a K, Karate Kids, loving their 'Gangnam Style', all come down. You ready to do this? Give us a little bit of 'Gangnam Style', come on! Style', come on!Op, Op, 'Gangnam Style'. Kara, how old are you?I'm 11.What do you love about it so much?What, 'Gangnam Style'?Yes.It is out of the blue, so different to other songs? Random and quirky. You been practising your 'Gangnam Style' dancing? Yes, all night.You serious? Look at those eyes, they're red. You are ready. Would you like to do it in front of Psy and say, give you a mark out of 10 how good you are at your 'Gangnam Style'? Yes, that would be awesome.Living the dream! Let's look at the forecast.

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The other thing you are excited about is karate is going in the Olympics?Yeah.You're bidding for it Olympics?Yeah.You're bidding for it. You hoping to get it in there? Who's going to argue with your fists of fury. of Fury give a karate chop to the camera right now.He can put a word in, Psy. It is going to be a lot of fun.Knocked you out first thing in the morning.

the shocking new report showing
more boys are dieting than girls and they're doing it younger. Plus, leading the way - the economic survey rating
Aussie women number one. And giddy-up, Australia. ('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS)

(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

# Oppa is Gangnam style. # Psy has the x-factor
and he's bringing it to Sunrise as we go 'Gangnam Style'.

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('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS)

'Gangnam Style' rr well and truly taking over taking over Sunrise this morning. A massive crowd asempbling in the -- in the plaza.

Our entertainment editor
Fifi Box is on stage. And Grant Denyer
is out with the crowd.

Grant, the crowd is massive and excited? They're already dancing? It's building nicely at the moment, so much so, I can't even see the stage, which does look amazing, I'm told. Good morning, everybody. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) .I have never seen so many cameras at a concert. Don't you hide it and get all shy while you're eating your breakfast. Do you know who is loving this venue absolutely sic, at the moment, G'day, Derrick.Morning Australia.For a second I thought you were. Your own venue.I just want to make sure everything is perfect before I start my concert. It's looking good so far. Come on Australia, bring more crowd.You're Derrick, not Psy?I'm planning to call myself Psyp.You been trading off this?Been doing it for the last two weeks. People been saying on two weeks. People been saying on Facebook,, "Dude you look like Psy." I thought go for it.Pity you are in the last row of the stage, you using his green room?No, I wish I could. Has it reinvigorated the whole Korean music scene? You loving this? He paved the path for all the capable stars, incredible what he did. We are very proud of what he did.Turn around and look at the energy hat has come for -- that has come for Psy and the hype, every kid from every school is doing the dance. Can you do it?Yep.Give us a taste.Where is the music.('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS)Is it there?That's good.Nice. While we're watching him, let's check in...Keep it up. If Psy is running late, we know who to call.Buddy. Fifi is down in the crowd, have you mastered the dance style?There is a reason I didn't win 'Dancing with the Stars'. Look, when Beretts does the dance so well, I decided to let him carry the flag I decided to let him carry the flag for Sunrise. I'm standing on the stage where Psy is going to be in just over an hour. Now, on just over an hour. Now, on Sunrise, we always have international superstars but when you are number one in 3 countries of the world, according to the Guinness record, -- in 33 countries. Psy is huge, I can't give you the dance. We have built an incredible stage, his own catwalk. (crowd chants: Fifi! I'll never live that down. Please, Psy, hurry so I don't have to be on the catwalk anymore.Get grants, he will do it for you. We will check in with the crowd later.Ran amazing energy. He brings the energy and fun. Everbody is up for it. It is so loud, it is going to go loud, it is going to go nuts when the man arrives. Not Derrick.If you are at home in your lounge room, think of it as your aerobics.

We're celebrating Psy Day
here on Sunrise. Still to come - when too education
is a bad thing. The graduates struggling to find
a job because they're overqualified. And weighing on their minds. Why half of 10-year-olds
are dieting. # Move like Jagger #

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There's a disturbing new report
out this morning. It's found half
of our 10-year-old kids are dieting. And the study found boys
are watching their weight more than girls. The Institute of Family Studies
report says dieting in children is often related to poor body image
and eating disorders. So have the warnings
about obesity have gone too far, if 10-year-olds think they need
to diet?

I find that hard to believe. I've got kids that age. Half of them are actually dieting? I find it hard to believe.We are going to talk to Gin ini about it. Does the term dieting, they are aware what they are eating and not wanting to eat fattening stuff and eat good stuff as opposed to cutting down calories?We have always watched what we've Eaton. If you eat too much of something it will affect you.And the kids being aware of avoiding the chocolate biscuits and having an apple.Also, the world has changed. There is no question. Kids use to be out playing all the time. We definitely don't do it as much now days. Maybe that is playing into it as well? Psy Day. Really? I hadn't noticed. Last night it went berserk on the 'X Factor'. It had the audience going nuts.

He even managed to get judge Mel B
up on stage

I think she has been practising in the mirror, what do you reckon? There is our stage.Psy is on his way. One thing I want to check, we were joking about it yesterday, apparently when he did come through immigration yesterday, the immigration staff asked him to bust out the moves. out the moves.Ern (laughs) out the moves.Ern (laughs). You would be crazy not to. You only get one chance.The crowd is going to be enormous amch we know when we arrive to work in the dark and the crowd is already there. It is going to be a lot of fun, thanks to Samsung.We are putting the finishing touches to the stage. The crowd is getting bigger and bigger by the minute, just down the road here from Brekky Central, so make sure you stick around. Also on the way -
theory or practice? The graduates told they're too
qualified to get a job. So does our university system
need to change? And the codeword that could
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('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS) (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) There are some happy people, if you are just tuning in, this is a very special edition of Sunrise.

Brought to you
by Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. It's Psy Day. The stage is all set in the Plaza,
just down from Brekky Central. And the crowd is building.

Many arrived before us. We will go 'Gangnam Style' later in the show.

Also coming up this Sunrise -
the inflatable bike helmet. It's a nod to the fashion conscious
but can it keep you safe? But now it's time
for the news headlines with Nat. Good morning. Julia Gillard has been asked about
what she thinks about Tony Abbott during a youth leadership forum
in India. The Prime Minister was quizzed
about sexism and her parliamentary attack
on the Opposition Leader. She was then asked directly
what she thought of him. That's very hard question. Day to day, I don't spend much time thinking about the
Leader of the Opposition. I bare him no personal ill will. And I hope he is Leader of the
Opposition for the rest of his life. (LAUGHTER)

Last night Ms Gillard launched
Oz Fest - an Australian cultural festival
in the country. She'll sit down with leaders today
for talks on trade and investment. Channel Nine executives will work
to try and secure a deal today

The fate of Channel 9 remains uncertain this morning.

Network executives spent yesterday working to reach an agreement
with lenders over a $3.2 billion debt. Nine Entertainment has already been
forced to sell its magazines and there's plenty more at stake - with major sport contracts
and Hollywood television deals. There are reports an eleventh-hour
deal has been brokered and is likely to be announced
this morning. The Federal Government admits
it will take time for its offshore processing policy to deter asylum seekers
from trying to reach Australia. New laws which have seen refugees
sent to Nauru and Manus Island have so far failed to curb
the number of boat arrivals. We need to continue to transfer
people to Nauru - we're doing that. And we're increasing the tempo
of those transfers to make it crystal clear our policy of
no advantage by arriving by boat. Mr Bowen says
there are still challenges, including countering the spin
put forward by people smugglers. Two people have been arrested
and charged following police raids
in Sydney's west. Officers executed search warrants in
Colyton and Minchinbury yesterday. Inside the homes they seized drugs,
high-quality power tools and jewellery. A man and a woman were taken
into custody and charged with drug-related
and firearm offences. The number of Australians dying
from breast cancer is at historically low levels. New figures show 43 women die
from the disease for every 100,000 diagnosed. But three women
aged in their 50s and 60s lose their breast cancer battle
each day. Deaths in the main target group
have dropped 37% since national screening was
introduced in 1991. More than 1.7 million women had a mammogram through Breast
Screen Australia in 2009 and 2010. Accused war criminal Radovan
Karadzic has denied any wrongdoing at the start of his defence trial
in The Hague. Karadzic faces 10 charges of
genocide and crimes against humanity for his role in the Bosnian War in which an estimated
100,000 people died. In an opening statement

he told the International Criminal
Tribunal he was a tolerant man, and claimed some of the worst
atrocities were orchestrated to turn public opinion
against Serbs. Art thieves have pulled off
a huge heist at a museum in the Netherlands. Seven paintings by artists including
Picasso and Monet were stolen after burglars broke
into the gallery in Rotterdam. Experts say the works
are of considerable value, but will be hard to sell. These paintings will remain in the
crime scene for many many years. Maybe because they can't sell them,
they might destroy them. Police are yet to reveal
how the robbery took place. In finance news:

Time for sport. Thanks, Nat. Good morning. Aussie selectors insist the door isn't closed
on wicketkeeper Brad Haddin ahead of next month's series
against South Africa. Haddin showed has class at the
Twenty20 Champions League overnight, guiding the Sydney Sixers
to an 8-wicket win over Hampshire. But he's tipped to lose his spot
to Matthew Wade for the opening Test
against the Proteas. Obviously, Matthew is more for the
future, but we're very focused on, you know, who deserves and who
will do best against South Africa. Haddin relinquished his test spot when he was forced to return home
from the West Indies tour to be with his ill daughter. The Socceroos' World Cup destiny
is back in their own hands following a gripping come-from-
behind win over Iraq in Doha. Tim Cahill delivered in Australia's
hour of need yet again, squaring the ledger deep
in the second half. Tommy Oar then delivered
a perfectly weighted cross for Archie Thompson
to head home the match-winner. Australia's now second
in its qualifying group. An All-Aussie boxing blockbuster
will be confirmed this week with world middleweight champion
Daniel Geale set to go head-to-head
with Anthony Mundine. The fight is tentatively scheduled
for January 23 next year and both of Geale's unified WBA
and IBF titles are likely to be on the line. Geale's looking to avenge the lone
defeat of his professional career which came against Mundine in 2009.

Gangnam Grant is on the plaza this morning. Who else would you put in the middle of the mass. How is it going.Mate, it is quite amazing to be honest. It is a cultural explosion of lights like we have never seen. To see the success of the song take off like it has, has been extraordinary. The fans are like nothing else. They are the most tech-savvy fans of anyone in the world. I think it world. I think it is why this guy has eclipsed the online world like no other. More likes, than for any other artist. He eclipsed the man when he had the most views on YouTube, it was Justin Bieber. Now Psy. Tell me why?I love you Psy. I love you Psy.What is it about you him you love so much?Because he is attractive. So handsome for me.It's true. And you know what? He's kind of, look at this. You know what I said about the most modern fans of anybody. Look at that, an iPad digital sign. And on their phones, everywhere. It is unbelievable. You get a sense of what the guy is actually about. What is it all about? What is the big deal? It sums it up in this sign, dress classy, dance cheesy. It is all about looking good but most important, just having rr fun. Let's look at the forecast.

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Warm temperatures will extend
from central Australia into northern New South Wales
thanks to a trough. A high will clear any remaining
showers in Victoria this morning, bringing a fine day
to South Australia but a few showers in Tasmania. There'll be some scattered showers
and a thunderstorm or two across WA due to a trough.

Think this is going to be a lot of fun. A bit of hype building. Coming down to the stage to suss it out and get a good look. Plenty of energy down here, it is going to be a great day.Going to be a noisy day.(all chant: Psy, Psy) chant: Psy, Psy).

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'Gangnam Style' edition of Sunrise, why too much education is becoming
a problem for job seekers. Plus, forget the misogyny debate - in the world. And can the inflatable bike helmet
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available until mid-March. When selecting in store,
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Wednesday morning in the Plaza,
just down from Brekky Central. Fine and mostly sunny
and up to 30 degrees. Julia Gillard has again
been drawn into the debate on sexism and misogyny during her trip to India. During a youth forum,
Ms Gillard was asked about the participation of women
in politics in Australia. The Prime Minister was also asked
whether she likes Opposition Leader. From day to day, I don't spend much time thinking
about the Leader of the Opposition. I bear him no personal ill will. And I hope he is
Leader of the Opposition for the rest of his life. (LAUGHTER)

We, in our nation,
will get to a stage where it's very routine for our
parliament to be 50% women, it's routine for a woman
to be Prime Minister. It's so routine for women to hold
all of the ministries available that nobody bothers counting up
the number anymore.

She can take heart.

Ms Gillard's comments come
as a global survey found Australian women are the most
economically empowered in the world. The study by an international
consulting and management firm says females here are the most advanced in terms of access to education,
market participation and anti-discrimination policies. That's despite the fact that average weekly earnings
for women are 17% less than men. I'm joined now by the executive
director of UN Women, Julie McKay. Good morning.

Do you think the survey accurately
reflects what's happening here?

Look, I think the survey makes a strong contribution to understanding workforce participation around the world. But as the survey says, it doesn't cover the broad gamut of gender equality around the world. It measures one input and output but I think the story is slightly broader amchBroadly asking, we have a number of women high profile in parliament and business, how do we rate though outside those circles?I think rate though outside those circles?I think world wide Australia has strong laws and policies in place that protect workers. On those measures we do really well. We do incredibly well on global education standards and rank consistently high in the world for women's education. Where we start to slip is around our pay equity. This survey has us at number 21 in those statistics. But also around things like sexual harassment in the work force and also participation in things like the care economy and stereotypeing and resilience in and resilience in the work place. What is next? Given there are some differences, how do we address the despairties that remain?In Australia we Australia we need to look at our statistics. We have only 2% of the CEOs in the top companies as female and few members female on boards. So there needs to be strong steps taken by the business and government to expand women's roles and address some of the biases that occur in the work force in decision-making every day. And accept until we take a strong leadership position in this space, we are not really going to get there.Well, good results so far, here is Nat.

If you're a recent graduate
struggling to find work experts say you're not alone. More and more graduates
are having a tough time finding a spot in the workplace
once they leave university. They are being told
they're too qualified for jobs and don't have enough
workplace experience. So are our universities
failing students? I'm joined by recruitment expert
Michelle Rubinstein from Talent 2. Good morning, Michelle. What sort of examples have you seen
of this.

Nat, we do see it from time to time, particularly in areas where there are skill sets in high demand from employers but a stronger pool of candidates that are vying for those positions monopoly so we tend to find the students try to differentiate themselves from the market by taking on further studies. It does happen across the board, but areas like corporate finance, accounting, investment banking are areas where it is more prevalent. The tradition of universities is to put people in a lecture theatre and lecture to them, is it time to move away from that in part?Universities are doing a fantastic job in adapting in content and core design, so I think they are doing a great job in looking at the skill sets in high demand in media and digital, for example. So to put all the onus on the universities getting students career ready and job ready, it is broader than that. Students need to take a balanced approach, focusing on extra graduates and course qualifications but balancing that with getting life skills, work experience, being involved in activities that will demonstrate in a work environment, things like team-playing ublgts and leadership qualities. So it is balanced about life and education skills.Are graduates expecting too much. They get to the work force and say hang on, I studied a lot of years and I'm making the coffee still.At the end of the day we all want to feel valued and contribute to the best way we can. But it depends. We can't make a sweeping statement that everyone is in that vain. Some students place quite a lot of emphasis around status, title, the breathth of -- breadth of their role and how long it will take to progress in their careers but some take a long-term approach, getting into the right business and cultural style where they see a long-term career prospect so they may be more flexible on that scale.You are in the work force for a long time.Yes. It's all about pace. Thank you, Nat.

If you're tired of putting on your daggy old bike
helmet when you head out for a ride, this could be for you. This design out of Sweden
is offering a more fashion-forward alternative. The helmet looks just like
a bulky scarf. When it senses danger it inflates like an airbag,
creating a protective cushion. David Sharp from
Safe Cycling Australia joins us. David, how does the helmet
actually work?

Good morning, Matt. The helmet actually is a ring, or type of halo that sits around the neck and it contains gyroscopes and accelerometers and all sorts of u butte-whiz-bang technology that allow the helmet to inflate on impact. It comes over the back of the head and basically inflates like an air bag. And hopefully, stops you from having a serious head injury. David, helmet, regular helmet versus this one, which one would you prefer?(sighs) we would have actually liked to have seen one of these helmets close up. I p not aware of any that are in the country so far. From the footage we have seen, the biggest problem with the airbag helmet is, for instance, you go over the front of the handle bars, where a cyclist would normally try to turn their head to avoid hitting their face on the road surface, the airbag helmet actually sits steady in the one spot. So if you turn your head you are exposing the side of your head to a fairly severe impact.OK, mate, we will see if it makes it here and catches on in Australia. Anything to reduce injury from cycling we will certain look at. Thank you for your time there this morning. I guess, Mel, you could use it as a neck pillow on the plane.You don't often see helmets on the catwalk.

Then, too young to diet? Why half of our 10-year-olds
are watching their weight. Also, the future of Channel Nine
hanging in the balance as talks try to save the network
from drowning in debt. And not long now... ('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS)

# Gangnam style # Oppa is Gangnam style. # We're going 'Gangnam Style' and Psy
is on his way to perform for us on Sunrise -
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and a valuable source of iron. Get some pork on your fork. Let's get today's showbiz news. Nelson Aspen joins us from New York.
Morning, Nelson. Jen Aniston has teared-up
during a TV appearance.

For all the millions of magazines that are sold talking about Jennifer Aniston's personal life, she doesn't reveal a lot on her own. But she was talking to her gal pal, Chelsea Handler about her hubby to be, Justin Thoreau and she was emotional. Look.But you are engaged? (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Yep.Oh! Aren't you so happy?I just got...You are happy, because he is the greatest guy ever, you are the best couple ever and I am so happy for you too.I think Chelsea just wants to be a bridemaid, maybe Chelsea got emotional looking at the rock on her finger.

It's official - comedian Ricky Gervais won't be
returning to host the Golden Globes. So, who's got the gig?

After two controversial years it has been decided for the 7th annual goaden globes coming up -- 70th annual Golden Globes it will go to the women, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will get the gig.Should be good. Mel and Nat are in the plaz as, for guess who some Yes, we are here for Psy.

The future of the troubled
TV network in the balance as it tries to save its skin. Do you like the man? That's very hard question. But what the PM said next
might surprise you. The church under fire
for a controversial billboard. Get over it. Grow up, grow up, and learn to deal with people on the internet not liking you. They abuse people online
and they're happy to admit it. ('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS)

# Oppa is Gangnam style # Op, op, op, op

# Oppa is Gangnam style # Op, op, op, op

Psy performs the world's most
watched song live on the Plaza. Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Psy Day. Now, live from the Plaza,
Mel and Matt.

Dress classy, dance cheesy. It is Psy Day. What a massive crowd.Good morning, everybody! Are we ready to go 'Gangnam Style'?(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Now I know why Psy wears the sunnies, because you can't see a thing. How cool do we look?No. How cool is Psy?Hey, he is on his way. A lot of fun. In the meantime, let's head inside with Nat with the latest news on this Wednesday morning. Thanks very much .

Bosses at Channel Nine say they're confident
a deal will be finalised today to keep the network from falling
into receivership. They reportedly brokered an eleventh-hour deal
with creditors last night over its $3.2 billion debt. Nine Entertainment has already been
forced to sell its magazines. And until a deal is reached, the company's ties to the NRL,
cricket and Warner Brothers could also be at stake. Crisis talks will continue today. The Prime Minister has been quizzed
about sexism and what she thinks
about Tony Abbott during a youth leadership forum
in India. She later helped kick off
a major cultural festival showcasing the best of Australia. Alex Hart is in New Delhi. Good morning. Well, last night was a celebration
of all things Australian here at Delhi's historic Old Fort. It was here that Prime Minister Julia Gillard
officially opened Oz Fest. It's a 4-month festival featuring more than 100 events
in 18 Indian cities celebrating Australian culture. The highlight was a performance from indigenous artist
Gurrumul Yunupingu. (SINGS)

We want to surprise
and excite you, amuse you and cause you to reflect. And to show you
the versatility and depth of contemporary Australian culture. The event followed a forum
at the Australian High Commission where a group of young Indian
leaders quizzed the Prime Minister about a range of issues, one of the most controversial
that came up was her recent sexism speech
targeting Tony Abbott, that made headlines
around the world.

They were particularly keen
to find out how she really
felt about the Opposition Leader. (LAUGHS)
That is a very hard question. Day to day, I don't think much time thinking
about the Opposition Leader. (LAUGHTER)

I bear him no personal ill will and I hope he is Leader of the
Opposition for the rest of his life. (LAUGHTER)

The Prime Minister wrapped up
her 3-day visit today with a speech to a business lunch where she'll call for much stronger
links between Australia and India, saying they are not as strong
as they should be. She'll also hold talks with the
President and the Prime Minister with her controversial plan
to sell uranium to India sure to be high on the agenda.

The Coalition has defended
Tony Abbott's decision not to speak directly
to the Indonesian president about his policy
to 'tow back' asylum seeker boats. Shadow Immigration Minister
Scott Morrison says the issue was raised
with Indonesia's Foreign Minister That is not something
that I think is appropriate. Well, because I think
it's very important that we build
a relationship of trust and a relationship where we can have
the sort of conversations that are necessary. The Prime Minister yesterday accused
Tony Abbott of being a coward for not raising the tow-back
policy with Indonesia's leader. New South Wales police
are expected to lay charges in
the Health Services Union

and say Federal MP Craig Thomson
remains a subject of inquiries. Sources have told
'The Australian' newspaper that criminal charges are set to be
laid against more than one person, possibly before Christmas. They are in relation to the original
allegations brought forward by HSU
National Secretary Kathy Jackson. Yesterday, Mr Thomson once again
denied any wrongdoing after Fair Work Australia
launched civil action over claims he misused union funds. Two armed robbers are on the run

The men threatened workers
with knives at The Commodore in North Sydney
just before 11:30pm. They demanded the employees
empty the tills and the safe before running off
with a sum of cash. No-one was injured
during the robbery. A man is in hospital after crashing his car
into a south-east Melbourne home. The man in his 20s lost control of
his vehicle and veered off the road

He then clipped a parked car before ploughing through a fence
into a neighbouring property. He's lucky my brother's car
was there. I feel sorry for him. Because he's only had the car
for four days. It's not yet known
what caused the crash. Victoria's biggest taxi network is set to launch a vigilante team
of security guards to protect cab drivers in Melbourne. Nick Etchells joins me now
with the latest. Good morning, Nick. How will this initiative work?

Well, Nat, 13 CABS will establish what it is calling tiger teams of roving security guards. They will have their own cars and move around the city on the weekend. The car has a picture of a tiger's face on the bonnet. Professor Alan fellser rr, bonnet. Professor Alan fellser -- Fells called it an astonishing move and said it has a whiff of vigilante justice about it and has questioned the legality of the decision. If they get into altercations with passengers and someone is hurt, who is legally responsible? The police are not in favour of this, they say the last thing we need is a second-tier amateur police force.

Experts warn urgent action is needed to deal with a substantial rise
in the number of HIV cases. New figures out today show the number of people diagnosed
rose by 8% last year. New South Wales, South Australia and
Victoria saw the biggest increases. Australian HIV organisations
are calling for better access to drugs and testing. And huge crowds are gathering
in Sydney's Martin Place ahead of this morning's performance
by 'Gangnam Style' star Psy. The Korean rapper appeared
on the 'X Factor' last night, blowing the audience away
with his famous moves. # Oppa is Gangnam style. # I feel like I'm getting more popular
in Australia. So thank you, very much.
(AUDIENCE CHEERS) Judge Mel B joined Psy on stage, impressing the crowd with
her version of the dance moves. In finance news:

Coming up - the controversial
billboards sparking anger from anti-smoking groups. Find out why one church
thinks they're a good idea. And he's almost here. In just a few minutes pop phenomenon
Psy will be joining us live on Sunrise.

Look at that crowd in Martin Place, Sydney this morning. That is one of our biggest turnouts, isn't it Dougy?

The Socceroos have put their
World Cup qualifying campaign back on track with a stirring come-from-behind win
over Iraq in Doha. A goal against the run of play
left the visitors on the back foot. But as he so often does, Tim Cahill struck to put Australia
back on level terms and substitute Archie Thompson
completed the escape act. COMMENTATOR: 2-1, Australia and Archie Thompson makes it three
goals in three games and Australia have come from behind. The win moves Australia into second
in its qualifying group. Chris Dawes is on his way
to the Demons after Collingwood agreed to trade
the disgruntled key forward. The Magpies will receive pick 20
in the national draft along with a higher
third-round selection. Melbourne will lodge details
of the 4-year $2 million deal with the AFL today.

Meanwhile, Western Bulldogs
president David Smorgon is set to confirm he's stepping
down after 17 years in the job.

Well done, David.

The focus will be back on leading
jockey Damien Oliver today when he rides Commanding Jewel in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas
at Caulfield. Trainer Leon Corstens
has stuck by Oliver, despite the fact he's being
investigated over a betting scandal. Meanwhile, the Gai Waterhouse-
trained Glencadam Gold remains a solid favourite
for the $2.5 million Caulfield Cup ahead of today's barrier draw.

Oh boy, talk about barrier draws, it is all happening in the barrier draws in Martin Place. GD, have you ever seen anything like this.This is unbelievable. Are you guys ready to 'Gangnam'? Look, silly? Yes, crazy. A little. Fun some absolutely. That is the spirit of this song. Don't you reckon?(all: this song. Don't you reckon?(all: yeah!)If you are not sure what Gangnam means, it is a swanky area in Korea, Seoul where Psy is from. It is like swagger. But he is a recording artist, singer, rapper, he's a dancer. He has had four albums but nothing has ever eclipsed the success of this song. It has gone on to be a world sensation! Which you're going to see on this stage, today. It's full of fun. I want you to introduce you to someone a little special. Come on over here. Now, Trent is a guru at doing this, aren't you?Yes aren't you?Yes I am?What is it you like about this dance?I like Psy. Now, mum, come over. Trent has been doing this around had the houseYes, he has been doing it he has been doing it since before it was smash.I understand he does it on basketball courts.Yes.Do you like to dance, Trent.Yes I do. Would you like to dance on this stage, Trent?Yes, I do.Would you like troosee Trent dance?Yes.Come with me, buddy. Watch your step, massive big audience here and the whole of Australia watching. Are you ready?Oh, yes I am.Righto, Trent, take it away, 'Gangnam Style'. ('GANGNAM STYLE' PLAYS) Fantastic! The stage has gone. # Gangnam style # Hey # Sexy lady # (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) You did it, buddy.He is doing well.Well done.Was that worth driving up from Wollongong for?Yes I did.Let's hear it one hear it Wollongong for?Yes I did.Let's hear it one more time for Trent, the new Psy. Let's look at the weather around new Psy. Let's look at the weather around this around this beautiful country.

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Well, he thought Britney Spears how to do it. He's taught Ellen how to do it. He's got Justin Bieber's manager. This guy is big, he is a record-breaker for a reason. He has got one of the whackiest little shindig dances going on and we love it.Everyone, at home, Grant, can take part. We reckon it is a bit of aerobics, 'Gangnam Style' aerobics. See you soon. The future of the Nine Network
remains on a knife edge this morning despite lengthy crisis talks. Nine is believed to be close
to securing a deal with creditors to stop the network
falling into receivership. Negotiations are expected
to continue today. Nine boss David Gyngell rushed
from yesterday's meeting to be with his wife, who is about
to give birth to their first child. He told reporters he was fighting
hard to save a great business. But will that be enough? Harold Mitchell
is executive chairman of one of Australia's leading media
and marketing groups Aegis Media. Good morning.

What happened at last night's
crisis meeting?

How did it go?Well, I got a text from David, I think at 6:15 or so saying he was leaving. His wife had gone into labour and at 2 10:00 I had a text saying they had a baby boy, fantastic. We will them well. What happened yesterday we saw the lawyers, quite clearly they are working on a daily rate. Because that is one day out of the way, they will come back today and I expect they will wrap it up today.Looking ahead, nobody wants to see a big business fold. So what is the future for Channel 9, can it survive?Of course it can. It is an argument about the ownership of the debt. That is all. The operation of Channel 9, they are doing well, as you know, they are running second to Seven and after a long period of time, they have been nearly for a quarter of a century being No. quarter of a century being No.One but now Seven has taken the place. But David has done a great job. They went and made a major bid for the rugby league rights and got all that, a very big number. They had the backing of the people.Did they spend too much on that?Not at all. One thing, you can spend too little and not get it and spend too much and get it and nat is OK. We know that sport is OK. 11 of the top 30 free-to-air television programs are sports.The cricket rights are up in March, will they be in jeopardy?The cricket is a big thing and over the summer that is very, very important. I expect they will bid again and be able to bid again. Sports are very expensive but as I said before is really the worst thing. I don't see in Channel 9 being any jeopardy at all. It is big boys playing with their toys, which is money and it will be settled. So, free-to-air television is doing well, people watch nearly three hours a day in Australia. The networks continue to battle it out over a period of time and Nine will be there to do it. Nice you are so positive, thank you.

A Perth real estate agent
is being credited with stopping Nigerian scammers from selling a couple's home
from underneath them. Posing as the owners, the scammers
rang the agency several times requesting the house be sold. They also made up a fake email
address in the owner's name to request documents. But when the agent sent
a confirmation email, the true owner's
finally cottoned on. Joining me now is the ACCC's
deputy chair Delia Rickard. Delia, good morning to you. It sounds crazy but could this
happen to any homeowner?

Look it could happen, especially if you are renting the house.

Look it could happen, especially if
you are renting the house. Real estate agents needs to check the identity of anyone wanting to sell their property.Is it a first.In 2010, 11 in Perth, houses were sold without their owners' consent. As a result, a lot of work has been done by fair trading agencies and industry to really educate agents about the importance of checking the person who is selling is the person who is named on the property certificate and really checking the ID of that seller, making sure you check a photo ID like a passport or driver's licence and looking for the tell tail signs like a change to a generic address and doing your home work, looking for suspicious things. That is the thing, the scammers have someone's personal details how do you stop that?We need to protect our personal details for a whole range of reasons. Shred your personal documents before you throw them out. Never give personal details away online. Recognise your identification is an important property. You need to protect it at all times.Alright, very good advice. Thank you for your time this morning amchYou're welcome.Mel. Thank you, Matt.

A disturbing new report has found

half of our 10-year-old kids
are dieting. And the study has found boys are watching their weight
more than girls. The Institute of Family Studies
report says dieting in children is often related to poor body image
and eating disorders. Sunrise GP Ginni Mansberg joins us. Ginni, have warnings about
Australia's obesity epidemic gone too far if 10-year-olds think they need
to diet?

I hate linking the two, eating disorders and obesity. 20% of kids are still overweight and that is a problem. But once you have 10-year-olds using the word diet, to say I am not going to have a packet of chips I am going to eat a carrot, it is about a healthy diet and mind, we have got a massive problem.Do they understand dieting in the way I do? My son is 11, it is all about being straungt and healthy and fit for him, if he chooses an apple over a chocolate biscuit, I am happy. Because he is modelling you and have that healthy attitude to diet. Kids are little sponges and copy what mum and dad do.Are they cutting calories or just saying they are on a diet.We don't know. I was really surprised by the numbers, we don't know. A lot of kids will take one healthy eating move in a day and call it going on a diet. It is just the language is not helpful.Gee, we need balance.Absolutely.

Controversial church billboards
have anti-smoking activists furious. The signs say "Smoking won't kill
you in the next life. Sin will." Anne Jones from Action on Smoking
says

the billboards send
the wrong message and trivialise a major cause
of death and disease. There are almost a hundred
of these billboards in churches across the country. One is outside St Peters
Anglican Church in Sydney's south. It's seen by about 40,000 cars
a day. Reverend Andrew Bruce
is from St Peter's Anglican Church and joins us now. Good morning. Are you surprised by the reaction
to this billboard?

I am glad there is reaction. I am surprised people think it is a positive term for smoking. Given it is comparative. We are just saying there are bigger things than just dying.Because Anne Jones says it is trivilialising it, smoking is a major issue and people are dying. Look, I haven't spoken to Ann, I know there is a quote in the paper and I would happily talk to Ann. It says smoking won't kill you in the next life, I next life, I think the implicit thought is that it will kill you in this one. I don't think it is a positive smoking message. If you take the time to read it through, it is comparative. Saying there is more than just worrying about this life. So the old days of putting a fish up or, " So the old days of putting a fish up
or, "Jesus loves you." A bit par say?You got to cut through, if you drive through that section of the Princess Highway, there are signs everywhere. It has got to engage. In old days, Arthur S sus used to write in chalk on the footpaths and we have asking people to think about the issues of mortality and life and death and more important, what does Jesus have to say about that?Thank you.Psy is arriving on the plaza. He is travelling in style. The Korean popstar has arrived for the massive concert in the plaza. There he is looking cool, calm and collected. He is due on stage in less than 20 minutes. We will let him enjoy his coffee and wake-up. He was on 'X Factor' last night, Sunrise this morning. He has only been in the country for 24 hours, working hard?Yes, straight off the plane and into the studio. The hype has been extraordinary, unparalleled, kind of in line with his online success. But he was on 'X Factor' last night, there has been a huge buildup for the last couple of days, will Mel B dance alongside him and last night she did. It was so much fun. Of course, he cracked out that amazing worldwide sensation with his whacky dance. The crowd went nuts.I love it.I think it was fun-filled, I think the most remarkable effort was Mel B dancing in that dress. That defied physics and she managed to pull it off.Not the dress, just the dance. OK, let's go to Fif who is also there. Does the crowd know he has arrived? Have you told anyone?Well, Mel, they thought he'da rived because local Sydneysider Derrick is causing confusion in the crowd. The plaza is full, there are hundreds of people here very excited because we know Psy is on his way.(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Yes, and busy doing last-minute moves to get the dance down pat.Brilliant, I love it. Just explain, Fif if anyone who has been living under o rock of late, the phenomenon that is Psy. Why are we getting so excited?It is an incredible phenomenon when you think about it. No. about it. No.One in Australia on the charts for three weeks, number 1 in 33 countries around the world and broken the Guinness record for the most liked YouTube videos. It is unheard of. He is huge in K-pop but he has taken the world by storm. He -sHe has talk taken one of our Aussie dance and song stars by storm? He caught up with Hugh Jackman?Yes, they had a great time because Psy tweet Tweeted a photo of him with hue last night. Great to be close with an Aussie boy.There is Grant, we are seeing the photo of them doing it with full wolverine gear. Grant, everyone around you? They are all on their phone? Got their sunnies on and dance moves ready.Hey, guys... He's here? Here here. I thought you would like that. I think Mel, the best way to describe it, it is really the modern-day macarena. The new world-wide sensation. The guy has captured the great sense of fun. Every now and again they come along and sweep the world. I think his video clip is so full of good humour. It is whacky and crazy, sometimes when the world can sometimes when the world can get heavy, you need fun to get you through. This has captured that and it is a good sense of fun. How much? Look at the workers up in the building up there. Give us some 'Gangnam Style'? Hard to see them but even the workers are breaking out 'Gangnam Style' in the building up there. That gives you a sense of how far and wide it is.Brilliant, he is taking to the stage in 15 minutes. We will chat to him. Thanks, Fif, talk to you in a tick. Every time you see him, he has an amazing lovely smile. He is obviously just enjoying the ride. Good on him.Yes. The news is coming up on Sunrise as we get ready to go
'Gangnam Style' with Psy. So does Julia Gillard like
Tony Abbott? And we have $10,000 to give away. The cash call is ahead, on Psy Day.

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Let's check in, Psy cam, rehearsals are under way. The dancers, how good do they look?Thousands down there. They have been down there since 4:00 this morning.(All laugh) this morning.(All laugh). Fantastic, Psy is literally minutes away from performing. If you are at home, you will get the best seats in the house, don't go anywhere. But spot on 7:30, here is Nat with the news.

Julia Gillard has been quizzed
about sexism at a youth leadership forum
in India. Ms Gillard was asked about
her recent speech in Parliament, where she labelled Tony Abbott
a misogynist. I bear him no personal ill will and I hope he is Leader of the
Opposition for the rest of his life. (LAUGHTER)

Last night the PM helped kick off
an Australian cultural festival in the country.

She'll meet with India's leaders
today to discuss trade, investment
and regional security. Crisis talks will continue today as Channel Nine battles
to avoid bankruptcy. Network executives were locked
in meetings yesterday - trying to reach an agreement
with creditors over a $3.2 billion debt. There are reports a last-minute deal
has been brokered. They'll come back today and I would expect
they'll probably wrap it up today. Nine Entertainment has already
been forced to sell its magazines and there's plenty more at stake with major sports contracts
and Hollywood television deals on the line.

Victoria's biggest taxi network is set to launch a vigilante team
of security guards to protect cab drivers in Melbourne. 13CABS is behind the initiative which is aimed at curbing the number
of violent assaults on weekends. But the plan
for so-called Tiger Teams is drawing criticism
from authorities. Police Association secretary
Greg Davies says the last thing that's needed is a
group of second-tier amateur police. The number of Australians
dying from breast cancer is at historically low levels. New figures show 43 women die from the disease
for every 100,000 diagnosed. But three women aged
in their 50s and 60s lose their breast cancer battle
each day. since national screening
was introduced in 1991. More than 1.7 million women had a mammogram through Breast
Screen Australia in 2009 and 2010. Barack Obama will face-off
with Republican rival Mitt Romney again today

in their second presidential debate. The town-hall style event
will see both candidates take preselected questions
from an audience of voters. President Obama will be looking
to regain lost ground after a lacklustre performance in
his first head-to-head with Romney. The Republican challenger
is hoping to capitalise on his recent boost in the polls. And Sydney's Martin Place is full
of excited 'Gangnam Style' fans ahead of pop star Psy's
Sunrise performance. He's set to show off his famous
moves in less than 10 minutes. Stay tuned.

Brad Haddin remains focussed on the Sydney Sixers' Twenty20
Champions League campaign despite speculation his test career
could be over. Haddin guided the Sixers
to a comfortable 8-wicket victory over Hampshire overnight. He's keen to ensure
the team keeps firing despite the early departure
of Shane Watson. We're pretty comfortable
with the depth we've got

We can cover things. Obviously, it's a big loss but there's no point in worrying about it.

Young speedster Mitchell Starc delivered another impressive
performance, taking three wickets. The Socceroos' World Cup destiny
is back in their own hands following a gripping come-from-
behind win over Iraq in Doha. squaring the ledger deep
in the second half. Tommy Oar then delivered
a perfectly weighted cross for Archie Thompson
to head home the match-winner. Australia's now second
in its qualifying group. An All-Aussie boxing blockbuster
will be confirmed this week with world middleweight champion
Daniel Geale set to go head-to-head
with Anthony Mundine. The fight is tentatively scheduled
for January 23 next year and both of Geale's unified WBA
and IBF titles are likely to be on the line. Geale's looking to avenge the lone
defeat of his professional career which came against Mundine in 2009.

Here, we've sort of become used to having big artist around the place, Justin Bieber, One Direction, P!nk on the stage down at Martin Place, but this morning, Grant, this crowd goes to a whole new level. That is simply massive?It is not just Psy, it is Psy-cho is how fever-pitched the energy is. We are the side of stage, eagerly anticipating the performance. The back-up dancers, getting ready. Back there is one of the biggest acts in the world right now. THE biggest act, Psy as they all chant his name, hoping to bring him on stage. Let's look at the weather round the country now . weather round the country now

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Warm temperatures will extend
from central Australia into northern New South Wales,
thanks to a trough. A high will clear any remaining
showers in Victoria this morning, bringing a fine day
to South Australia but a few showers in Tasmania. There'll be some scattered showers
and a thunderstorm or two across WA due to a trough.

Alright, he is back stage, I believe, here... Yeah! Check out the outfit. Psy, lovely to have you here in Australia. Lovely to have you on Sunrise. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) . We would love you to come on stage. I'm feeling a bit of jet lag, but still, there is such beautiful people there.They would love to see you, please step forward on the stage. Look at that getup, Mel and Matt! (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

Ladies and gentlemen, Psy. Back to perform for you, after the break on Sunrise.Stay with us, we're going 'Gangnam Style', right after this. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

# Oppa is Gangnam style # Gangnam style # Oppa is Gangnam style. #

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The moment has arrived. Korean pop sensation Psy is here to perform the song that's gone
to number one in 33 countries, including Australia.

l 500 million views on YouTube.

You know the tune,
you know the dance. Ladies and gentlemen,
this is 'Gangnam Style' and this is Psy!

(SINGS 'GANGNAM STYLE' IN KOREAN) # Gangnam Style # Na je nun ta sa ro un in gan jo
gin yo ja # Ko pi han ja ne yo yu rul
a neun pum gyo gi nun yo ja # Ba mi o myon shim ja ngi tu go wo
ji nun yo ja # Gu ron ban jon i nun yo ja

# Louder! # Louder!!

# Na nun sa na ye # Na je nun no man kum ta sa ro un
gu ron sa na ye # Ko pi shik gi do jo ne one shot
te ri nun sa na ye # Ba mi o myon shim ja ngi to jyo bo
ri nun sa na ye # Gu ron sa na ye # A rum de wo sa rang su ro wo # Gu re no hey gu re ba ro no hey # Gu re no hey gu re ba ro no, hey # Ji gum bu to gal de ka
ji ga bol ka

# Say what? # Say what?!

# Oppan Gangnam style # Gangnam style # Op, op, op, op # Oppan Gangnam style # Gangnam style # Op, op, op, op # Oppan Gangnam style # Eh, sexy lady # Op, op, op, op # Oppan Gangnam style # Eh, sexy lady # Op, op, op, op,

# Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh # Jong su ke bo wi ji man nol ten
no nun yo ja # I te da shi pu myon mu ko ton mo
ri pu nun yo ja # Ga ryot ji man wen man han no chul
boda ya han yo ja # Gu ron gam gak jo gin yo ja

# Na nun sa na ye # Jom ja na bo wi ji man nol
ten no nun sa na ye # Te ga dwe myon wan jon mi cho bo
ri nun sa na ye # Gun yuk bo da sa sa ngi ul tung
bul tu ngan sa na ye # Gu ron sa na ye

# A rum de wo sa rang su ro wo # Gu re no hey gu re ba ro no, hey # A reum de wo sa rang su ro wo # Gu re no hey gu re ba ro no, hey # Ji gum bu to gal de ka ji
ga bol ka

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# Oppan