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This program is captioned live. MELISSA DOYLE: 'Hey Dad...!' star
Robert Hughes home to face child sex assault charges. on fears breast cancers
may have been missed. The pet store taking a stand by not
selling any dogs before Christmas. The Pope sends
his first Twitter message. We'll tell you what he said. # Deck the halls above with honey. # The Victoria's Secret models
release a Christmas carol but the words
get lost in translation. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise

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

As you requested...

The girls from Victoria's Secret
are spreading some Christmas cheer

I'm assuming it doesn't worry you boys?They've got talent.It comes from the heart, they sing from a special place within.We look beyond the words. Got to think deeper.

Also coming up, the woman who
racked up a $148,000 phone bill.

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'Hey Dad..!' star Robert Hughes
is due to arrive in Sydney this hour to face sexual assault allegations. New South Wales Police
are escorting Hughes on a Qantas flight from London. He's accused of sexually assaulting
five children between 1985 and 1990. Lawyers say
the 63-year-old is stressed. Pretty worried, as any human being
would be in the situation, and, um...

But he's doing the right thing
and coming back to Australia facing these allegations
through the courts. Hughes is expected to seek bail
when he faces court today. Police have ruled out bikie links

One person has escaped unhurt after a shooting in Sydney's western suburbs last night.

A gunman fired a single bullet
into a home at Dharruk

Police have ruled out lipgs to outlawed bikie gangs. -- ruled out links to outlawed bikie gangs.

of 50,000 breast cancer screenings
over fears about faulty results. Doctors diagnosed nearly
100 fewer cases than usual between September 2010
and July this year. The anomaly coincides with the rollout
of digital scanning technology. If there is an issue we find out
as quickly as possible what it is and we deal with it. Experts say if anyone
has slipped through the net, it's unlikely they'll have
aggressive breast cancer. Severe storms have flooded streets
and damaged homes in southern parts
of Western Australia. The unseasonal weather gave the town
of Harvey its wettest day on record - 109
millimetres in just a few hours.

We've lost everything, everything's completely wet. There's nothing salvageable bar the roof, I suppose, of the house.There were similar scenes in Port Kenny and the down of Collie was put on emergency flood watch.

The UN Security Council
has held emergency talks after North Korea launched
a long-range rocket. Yesterday's launch has sparked
international condemnation and threats of further sanctions
on the communist nation. Despite claims the mission was
to take a satellite into space, the US says

the launch was really a test
for ballistic missile technology. North Korean state media has
celebrated the successful attempt. Australian WikiLeaks founder
Julian Assange has confirmed he intends to run for a senate seat
at the next election. Mr Assange says he will announce the formation of a
WikiLeaks political party next year. Despite seeking political asylum
in the Ecuador embassy in London, the 41-year-old says
he's doing well. Mr Assange has been holed up
in the UK for six months in a bid to avoid extradition
to Sweden where he faces rape allegations.

Soon on Sunrise - dodgy donations. A warning for Australians
to watch out for charity scammers this Christmas.

We will update you on that one. Here's Kochie.Nat, the Dow was up for the 6th consecutive trading session, the longest streak since August. Currently up 60 or 70

The Federal Reserve has come out with a new Government-bond buying program. A bit more quantitative easing has pushed the European markets up higher as well. To our region yesterday:

Look at the Aussie dollar! I'll have a great chart on that at 7:00, I think. I can just feel a currency chart coming on.(Beretts whistles) chart coming on.(Beretts whistles).

by the most in 18 years. The average credit card balance
dropped by $14.60 in October to $3,236.

Craig James is at CommSec.
Morning.

Gee, we're really tightening up on the debt?Well, we certainly are. When I tell most people credit card debt is down they say, " debt is down they say, "It must be somebody else, it's not me." Somebody is doing it out there. This was the biggest fall in credit card debt for an October month on record. The biggest annual fall we have seen on record. This is no longer an aberration. It is happening out there. People are still using their credit cards but using it more wisely. Making the purchases and basically paying off the credit card debt at the end of the month. One thing is for certain, if Reserve Bank doesn't believe if they cut interest rates people will go on a borrowing binge, so they will be more reluctant to cut rates than in the past, knowing it doesn't have the same sort of impact. Thank you, time for sport with Beretts.

Shane Warne's Melbourne Stars
are off the mark in the Big Bash League thanks to an amazing bowling
performance from Lasith Malinga. The Sri Lankan slinger decimated
the Perth Scorchers at the WACA last night claiming 6/7 - the best-ever
Twenty20 figures in Australia. The home side were dismissed
for a record low total of 69. COMMENTATOR: Brilliant yorker! Absolutely brilliant,
Malinga with six. Rain intervened early and the match finished
in bizarre circumstances. The Stars won by 10 wickets
under the Duckworth-Lewis method despite facing just 13 balls. NRL players will continue
their pay negotiations with the ARL Commission today as the salary-cap standoff heads
rapidly towards a resolution. It's believed the commission has
offered to raise next year's cap by at least $500,000, warding off the threat
of a player boycott. A new 5-year Collective Bargaining
Agreement could be finalised before Christmas.

Golfing legend Greg Norman
will be on course later this morning at the Australian PGA Championship and the 57-year-old is keen
to turn back the clock. 'The Shark' says he's been inspired
by Peter Senior's Oz Open victory. Norman defended
Clive Palmer's decision to place a life-size dinosaur
on the Coolum course, praising the billionaire
for putting money into golf.

Wouldn't that be great? Peter Senior wins the Australian Open and the Shark wins in Coolum.A dinosaur joke? Wow, good morning.Good morning, Tourky.As your rez dent extremist, when pushing the envelope, there are two things I love in this world, timber and fabric. Why? Because that's what we're in today.Good morning, old boy!That's the one that was rained out.In this day in Victoria, on 35 stinking degrees we are going to be up in a beautiful craft that is a stunning 80 years old and blaze above everything.(dramatic music above everything.(dramatic music plays).Blazing a hot temperatures, yep, Tigerser mouth rr -- Tiger Moth world. Let's relive! Yes, let's look at the forecast.

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Bunbury will come up wild again, poteshally - potentially falls up to 50 mills in some locations.

Just look at her, a couple of clouds just dot big blue up there, the sunriseing right behind us. The old girl, gee, what a war horse of the sky. Anybody remember where the fire exits are on these things? It is going to be a ripper.Count the seats on arriving. Thank you for that. It looks like a painting?It is beautiful. The colours?Thank you.It is stunning.

Soon on Sunrise - a warning to watch out
for charity scammers this Christmas. Plus, radio revolution - the new streaming app that will
change the way you listen to music. The 'Hey Dad..!' actor
returns to Australia to face a string
of child sex allegations.

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Former 'Hey Dad..!' star
Robert Hughes is due to touch down in Sydney
within the hour. The 64-year-old has been
extradited from London to face child sex allegations. Sunrise correspondent Edwina
Bartholomew is at Sydney Airport. Eddy, what will happen
once Robert Hughes arrives?

Well, Mel, his Qantas flight is expected to touch down just before 7:00 this morning. It is unlikely he will come out the usual exit most passengers would, just due to the intense media interest in this case. He might be driven off the tarmac and straight to the Sydney police centre where she is expected too charged. The arrest warrant relates to 11 offences dating back to 1984 to 1990, allegedly committed on five girls ranging in age from 6 years old to 15. One alleged victim we know was a former member of the 'Hey Dad...!' Cast and another former friend of his daughter. This has been a two-year investigation starting in March 2010 when these allegations first surfaced. Police have interviewed more than 200 witnesses in this case, guys.Has hughes responded at all to the allegations?He hasn't responded and refused to speak to the media at Heathrow but his lawyer responded saying he is stressed as any human being would be in this taij. He released a statement. He has been out on bail in the United Kingdom on very strict conditions but he has no contact with children. He stayed at his apartment there under a very strict curfew so it remains to be seen whether he will be let out on bail here today.We will check in with you throughout the morning, thank you, Eddy. Ahead this Sunrise - how Julian Assange plans to sit
in the Senate, from London. Then, the pet store refusing
to sell puppies before Christmas. We'll tell you where and why. And lost in translation... # Deck the halls of boughs
with honey...# Let's take it with honey! The models from Victoria's Secret
spread some Christmas cheer but struggle with the words.

Look, we're not being mean because they struggle with the words.

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Tiz the season to be jolly. Tiz the season to be jolly.. Fa, la, la, la.Don we now, our gay apparel. # Is it fa, la, la?Decks the hauls with bows of honeyThere you go.

The Victoria's Secret models
spreading some Christmas cheer but having some problems with
the words to 'Deck the Halls'.

But I guess that's not a problem. That's a great Santa's helper outfit.Isn't it? Shouldn't we all have one of those.I'm with you, Nat. Great suggestion.It's appropriate. There is an idea. There's a good idea.There is nothing they can't do, the Victoria's Secret girls.Oozing with talent.

Julian Assange wants
to be a senator. The WikiLeaks founder
has told Fairfax he plans to run
at the next election, even though he's holed up
in the Ecuadorian embassy in London under political asylum. We assume if we won a seat, he wouldn't be able to actually be So do you think he'd win a spot?

(A) could he win a seat? (B) should he go for it?With it give him extra protection being a politician. Diplomatic protection.I think once a country is after you for rape allegations they are after you. He has got a few more pressing problems than running for senate.

Yesterday we told you about the bloke who spent $5,000
on a taxi ride. We'll speak to the cabbie
later in the show. But this morning,
we have news of another big bill - a $148,000 phone bill. A woman racked it up
on a 9-week holiday in Europe because of data roaming. But she's contested the bill, and with the help
of Telecommunications Ombudsman, had it reduced to just $1,000.

(Oh!Wooooh!$ (Oh!Wooooh!$7,000 off?Yes, is good.That's the thing with data roaming, you are not making calls, it is secretly downloading the data for your apps.She got a plan for her calls. She had gone and inquired about about that. At some point didn't they tell her about the data? Is it why they caved?Now, the Pope has tweeted. My goodness.

I feel like I'm back at St Patrick's, Bunbury.

The pope actually tweets
in Italian first, then the message is translated
into eight different languages.

It has been the fastest takeup of Twitter followers we have seen. I started following at 4:30, but he is up to about 800,000. Nudge agmillion now.With a name like biretta.The Pope power.

A pet store in Adelaide
is making headlines this morning for refusing to sell puppies
before Christmas. The Pet Spot in Salisbury says

too many impulse purchases
are made at this time of the year by people who aren't prepared
for long-term pet ownership. We'll speak to the store owner
later in the show.

I guess it is. Surely, if you really wanted a pet, you would do research. I would like them to give a bit of advice what to do if you do get a pet and it's not your thing. Can you take it back to the pet shop? Stooreturn. I'd like to return this please.Who is this bloke.Is that Larry Emdur on hiss way home? (all laugh) Larry Emdur on hiss way home? (all laugh).What on earth is he doing outside our window?Is he killing himself laughing?It is a she-man. We get some interesting visitors. Good moves. Gee, they're handy moves to take to your Christmas party.

A bit of cricket news around
this morning. Cricket Australia has ordered
a major crackdown on betting because it's worried players
are tempted to cheat. And Australia's greatest ever
one-day player, Adam Gilchrist, has predicted the death
of the 50-over game. Gilly says it'll be replaced
by Twenty20 cricket. What do you think?

Remember when Twenty20 came in, all the cricket thorts said it is just another form of cricket. It will find its place, we rill have test which is sacred, and the 50 over and now Twenty20. They had their fingers crossed behind their back.Twenty20s are a lot of fun. As a spectator and I am not a full-on traditionalist and wouldn't go to test series.You wouldn't go to five-dayer.They are so interesting, Mel.And nick's game last Saturday, a Twenty20, over. They do drag on bit. Ipt no, they do not drag on.Come on, they do.Yeah! News headlines are next.

News headlines are next -
along with sport and weather. Plus, nervous wait - mammograms of 54,000 women
to be checked again on fears breast cancers
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Ahead this hour - News time now. Here's Nat. Good morning. Former 'Hey Dad..!' actor
Robert Hughes is expected to touch down in Sydney
in about an hour. Sunrise correspondent
Edwina Bartholomew is waiting for him at the airport. Good morning, Eddy.
What will happen when he arrives?

Well, Nat, QF2, the flight he has come from London on is due to arrive around 7:10 this morning. It is a delicate balance for police. They don't want to be seen to give him special attention but there is special interest from media. They may take him out the usual exit or maybe out the VIP exit and straight to the Sydney police centre where he will be later formally charged. This has been a two year investigation for police led by a strike force especially organised to investigate the claims. It relates to 11 offences allegedly committed on five girls. They have to be very careful what what happens today. His lawyer said they will strenuousically fight the claims and all the way, Robert Hughes has assisted with police and denied the

Police have ruled out bikie links to a shooting in Sydney's
western suburbs overnight. A gunman fired a single bullet
into a home at Dharruk at around 1:00 this morning. A man was home at the time
but was not injured. A white ute was seen in the area and police are urging witnesses
to come forward. The South Australia government
could face damages claims if any cancers have been missed among thousands of women
being retested for breast cancer. Authorities have ordered an
urgent review of 54,000 mammograms over fears about faulty results.

Doctors diagnosed nearly
100 fewer cases than usual between September 2010
and July this year. The anomaly coincides with the rollout
of digital scanning technology. Tony Abbott is under pressure
to dis-endorse a former Liberal MP after the sexual harassment case
against Peter Slipper was thrown out of court yesterday. A judge ruled Mal Brough
was involved in a plot to destroy
the former speaker's reputation. This is a scandal
of enormous proportions that Tony Abbott's Liberals
would abuse legal processes, court processes to seek to change
the government of Australia. Former staffer James Ashby says
he plans to appeal the decision.

Finance news now. Wall Street is fixated with Ben Bernanke, the boss of the fralf reserve. He has been speaking this

after the Fed met for the last two days. The Dow is currently up about 50 to 60 points. Bernanke has said this: he is going to keep interest rates low, at current levels, until unlotomy dropped to 6. unlotomy dropped to 6.5% unlotomy dropped to 6.5%. He said he is going to buy more treasury, that is more stimulus for the American economy and spend $ economy and spend $65 billion on more treasureries. They downgraded xk growth in America for the next calendar year to around 2. calendar year to around 2.3 to 3% calendar year to around 2.3 to 3%. So markets really hanging on every word he has been saying in the last half hour or so.

Look at the currency! $ Look at the currency! $1. Look at the currency! $1.06.Wooooh! Why? Because we are an economic miracle in the world. Everyone looks at us with envy. 21 years since we've had a recession. Just remarkable. I know...Touch wood.I know it's unWestern Australia to -- unAustralian to acknowledge anything we do well, but gee, we have done OK on the economic growth stakes.Good to celebrate that at Christmas time too.

Aussie cricket legend Adam Gilchrist
believes one-day cricket is on borrowed time, predicting the format will be dead
within three years. Meanwhile, Shane Watson says dropping down to number four
in the batting order will benefit his bowling in tomorrow's opening test
against Sri Lanka in Hobart. Batting at four means that Michael
can use me that bit more to be able to hopefully provide
some impact. Meanwhile, West Indian superstar
Chris Gayle is ready to deliver for
the Sydney Thunder tomorrow night and says he comfortable with being labelled
the world's best Twenty20 player. Lasith Malinga has powered the
Melbourne Stars to a 10-wicket win over the Perth Scorchers
in the Big Bash League. The Sri Lankan speedster claimed
6/7 at the WACA - the best figures
in Australian Twenty20 history. Shane Warne also bagged a wicket
as Perth was dismissed for 69. The Stars faced just two overs
before rain intervened. They were eventually
declared winners under the Duckworth-Lewis method. Collingwood stars have been the
target of early morning drug tests at their pre-season training camp
in Utah. Harry O'Brien posted a picture of players doing the business
for testers at the team hotel. And vice-captain Scott Pendlebury
was one of several players to voice his displeasure
over the early wake-up call. Coach Nathan Buckley that it's all part
of being professional athletes.

That is how it roles.So a drug tester from the AFL, flew to Utah? Gee, what rort that is. Quick trip. Could have been AIS. Could have been done by an agency on behalf of. Not entirely sure. But the point is they were tested in the pre-season which is really good: alright, Grant is with us from beautiful Tourky. Good morning, air commander Denyer.Great to have you, just sit back and relax and enjoy the flight. Cabin services. Today is a very exciting day. As you know, there is no plane that has shaped the sky more than the Tiger Moth. Back in an engineering era when they said how do we make it better? I don't know, put another wing on it. Young Mark Beretta, let me role you some vision, I didn't realise you have been here.My word! That was my birthday present.How was it?One of the greatest things I have done. Not only to fly in the Tiger Moth, the second thing was doing it over the Great Ocean Road rr.Is there a spectacular location?We did well. I think we did a couple of loop-de-loops after that.It is the joyride, you get to role it inside out, over the Great Ocean Road. No better location to do it. You got the wind in your hair, no cockpit. The rattle and the vibration of the wild beast beneath you. You get that sense, would you like to shoot another plane out of the sky while your rur there? Yes, but legally, just can't. How old you, James?21. Been flying since?Yesterday... (all Been flying since?Yesterday... (all laugh).Good answer. Shoo just getting the hang of it then?Yep. How was Beretts as a copilot?He was screaming.True, I did actually scream a lot? He is a bit of a girl. You should see his bike. It is pink. Why is this war bird such a grand old girl?It is fantastic to go flying in something like this, down the great ocean rowd and -- Great Ocean Road down the coast, it is completely different with the jets. I love anything with the word 'World' in it. Dream World, Tiger Moth World.

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on the northern New South Wales and Queensland coast.

Yes, indeed. Ladies and gentlemen. This is a paper airplane.Yep.For real. That's for like, something it is agile or faster or just because it makes it cheap?We could say that. Lighter.Agile? We are going to be live from the sky!Hadn't come up with carbon fibre at that stage. Yep, apparently.That is the most spectacular morning to do that.The sunrise, the colours are beautiful.

Next on Sunrise - a warning to watch out for charity
scammers this Christmas season. Plus, the music-streaming app set to change the way
we listen to our favourite tunes. And, Robert Hughes extradited. The 'Hey Dad..!' star
arrives back home to face a raft
of child sex allegations.

Pictures just in from London,
from the premiere of 'The Hobbit'. Prince William has joined the stars,
without Kate.

She's obviously at home resting with her morning sickness. There you go, walking the red carpet.

Former 'Hey Dad...!'
star Robert Hughes is due to land any minute
in Sydney after being extradited from London
on child sex allegations. Sunrise correspondent Edwina
Bartholomew is at Sydney Airport. Eddy, what will happen
once Hughes arrives?

Well, Mel, today the next step of the legal process will begin. He's expected to be charged with 11 offences, dating back almost 30 years. Those alleged offences include sexual assault, indecent assault, gross indecency against five girls, including a member of the 'Hey Dad...!' Cast, friends of his daughter, family friends as well. To what happens physically when he arrives on QF2 just after 7:00, he is being companied by three New South Wales police officers. He is not in handcuffs and has come willingly. He will be escorted to a police car here at the airport, whether he will come out of the usual exit or essorted out of the usual exit or essorted out of VIP exit he will be escorted to the Sydney police centre where the formal charging will probably take place.Has He said anything?He has said nothing since the arrest warrant was issued in May. His lawyers said he will steadfastly deny the allegations, he has always cooperated fully with the police investigation. Most likely they will seek bail today. He has been out on bail in the you can since he was arrested back in August.Thank you, Eddy, check in with you soon.

Australians are being warned
to watch out for charity scammers this Christmas. The ACCC has already received
hundreds of complaints with more than $90,000 reported lost
across the country. The watchdog says the festive season
is the perfect time for scammers to take advantage
of generous people.

Susan Pascoe from the New Federal
Charity Commission joins us. Good morning, Susan. How can we find
a legitimate charity?

Look, the easiest way is to go on the web site of the newly created web site of the Australian charities, not-for-profit commission. We have got a register of 56,000 legitmal charties registered.You don't have to be registered?If you a charity that wants to receive tax concessions you would approach the Government and had some of your bona fides checked. Anybody who has a concern about a charity, get on our web site and you will be able to check if it is legitimate.But you could be a legitimate charity and not applied for Government assistance? Not be there?It is true, but most do. I think it is a real protection for the charity and the public when they are registered.Cay, tell us the ways to spot a charity scammer? You mentioned things like they insist on money transfers, they become defensive when you ask questions and won't give you a receipt. How do scammers usually approach?It is often a chugger, a charity mugger in the street. It is very hard for people to check anything when it is face to face. It can be an unsolic tited phone call or e-mail.What do you do to proprotect yourself?We recommend you visit the web site, ACN.Gov. recommend you visit the web site, ACN.Gov.Au. If they are defensive or can't provide specific details it should alert you something is wrong. What do you do if you are ripped off. We are reporting $ off. We are reporting $90,000 is lost across the country. It is a lot of money.It is a lot of money from individual pockets this time of year. The best thing is to report it to Scam-watch. to Scam-watch.Gov. to Scam-watch.Gov.Au. It may not be anything for you but it can prevent others from being ripped off, the Government web site.Thank you.

The way we listen to music
is about to change. A new music streaming service will
be launched in Australia this week. Pandora Radio is a free app which allows you to basically
create your own radio station. You enter your favourite band
or music genre and it creates playlists
based on what you like. It's credited with giving a boost
to lesser-known artists. The Gadget Group's Val Quinn
joins us now. Val, good morning. Val, how good is this
for music lovers?

Well, I think it is, actually, I'm really glad it was back again. It was out here for a brief stint in 2005. It is good for music-lovers because it has a vast amount of music you can choose from. It is now mobile, meaning you can download an app on android phones or iPhones and get access to the music service there. On top of that, 70% of the artists are independent so it helps promote new music you may not have had. It is free. Go to the site. Free? That means it comes with ads? This is the thing, because so early right now, there are no ads in any of the music because they haven't tied in advertisers. But after a few months, you can pay for, a paid-for service where it gets rid of the ads.OK. One of my kids listen to? Spodify?Yes.How is it different? It is different. Spodify and RDO and the other streaming music services give you a vast library you choose the music you want to listen to. The problem is, you may not know what you want to listen to, what Pandora does is create music for you, just like a radio station but personalised. The way it personalises it, you say I want to listen to this song or genre and it makes these makes these connections with the next song and the next song.Like your Genius in iTunes?Yes, and your Genius in iTunes?Yes, and also they have the music genome project. Pandora has a team of, I guess, musicologists who analyse music, the 450 elements in each song and create them together to create an understanding, if you like one song, you may like another song. So it is kind of like having a friend who knows you and can say, " knows you and can say, "Because I know you, I think you will like this song." We connect the songs together. It is very clever. The way the selects you.It is amazing. Like getting inside your music head. It has been available overseas for a while, had a big break here, why?It is very difficult just to establish all of the music licenceic with the artists. So it has taken a while to come back, just because it had to get all the ice licences set up. Now it is back. Type in Pandora.com and off you go.Pleasure. There you go, Mel, all these musicologists getting inside of your head and giving you what you want.I like it, thank you.

Your news, sport and weather
is next. Then, the pet shop refusing
to sell puppies to customers before Christmas. Also, the pope has entered
the Twitter-sphere. Soon, reaction to his first tweet. And we're hours away from
the biggest live musical event ever. Find out who's attending
the Hurricane Sandy relief concert.

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Good morning. Nelson, the star-studded benefit
concert for Hurricane Sandy relief is held this morning, where you are. How big is it going to be?

It is all happening here in mid-town Manhattan. It is being billed as the biggest live musical event ever. The date of course here is 12/ date of course here is 12/12/ date of course here is 12/12/12, being held at Madison Square Garden, it will be held for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, held in the tristate area. It is just going to be an unbelievable event.Who is performing? Naturally the Boss would be top of the list? His home town. It be top of the list? His home town. It is more like who isn't, the rolling stones, Bon Jovi, billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Chris Martin, Roger Waters, Conway west, the Roger Waters, Conway west, the Who, -- Kanye West.Are you going?No, I don't have tickets. I have to settle for watching it on television like everyone else. I will be one of two billion people watching.Tickets will be pretty scarce, I imagine in Madison Square Garden. Which are the celebrities who bagged them.Of course, Leonardo depap Rio with a supermodel or two, Seth Meyers, Susan Sarandon, Christian Stuart, just a few of the ones we know about. This time tomorrow we will have more of a full list.Can't wait to hear about it. We will talk to to hear about it. We will talk to you about the Screen Actors Guild awards tomorrow. Thank you.

'Hey Dad...!' star
Robert Hughes home to face child sex assault charges. Mammograms of 54,000 women
to be checked again on fears breast cancers
may have been missed. The pet store taking a stand by not
selling any dogs before Christmas. The Pope sends
his first Twitter message. We'll tell you what he said. # Deck the halls above with honey. #

The Victoria's Secret models
release a Christmas carol but the words
get lost in translation. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central,
Kochie and Mel. Hello again.

You boys don't mind the Victoria's Secret models get the words wrong? They get the words wrong? Hadn't noticed. I got a bit distracted.I want to spread the Christmas cheer. A clip that is going vireal. It is a big secret and I will show it to you later on. I was going to bring it to you but I just changed my mind.Was it Victoria's Secret.No lingerie. Good air bags.Oh! Melissa, that's a bit tacky, isn't it? Let's distract ourselves from that last comment and go to the news at 7:00 with Miss Natalei Ann Barr.

Leading the news - former
'Hey Dad..!' star Robert Hughes will face court today
over child sex allegations as he arrives home from the UK. Sunrise correspondent Edwina
Bartholomew is waiting for him at Sydney airport.

Nat, the flight arrival time has been revised to 7 been revised to 7:20 this morning. He is on the plane with three New South Wales police officers. He is not handcuffed and has come willingly back to Australia to face the allegations. Let me run you through how we got to this point. The investigation of these matters started in March 2010 when one of his alleged victims came forward to the media. Strike Force Ruskin was set up by police. They wit -- interviewed 200 big names including Delta Goodrem and others who appeared on 'Hey Dad...!'. They couldn't find him and tracked him down in August, towards the end of the Olympics living in an apartment in an upmarket suburb of London living with his wife. He faced an extradition hearing in the United Kingdom. Was placed on strict bail conditions with conditions he couldn't be in contact with children and had to wait in the apartment. He had four weeks to return. He had one week where he would be forcibly returned. From here he will go to the Sydney Police Centre where he is expect to be formally charged with 11 offences.Thank you.

Tony Abbott has paid
a surprise visit to Afghanistan. The Opposition Leader posed
for photographs with our troops, thanking them for their service. He told them they've made
Afghanistan a better place and praised them
for keeping Australia safe. Aussie troops are preparing
to withdraw from the region. But Mr Abbott says the war-torn nation will still need
substantial assistance from Australia.

Women in South Australia
are facing a nervous wait after authorities ordered
50,000 breast cancer screenings to be reviewed. Seven news reporter Amanda Bachmann
joins me now from Adelaide. Amanda, what advice are these women
being given?

It is a lot of people?It is but both the SA Cancer Council and the Government are telling them not to worry. 50,000 digital x-rays taken this yire. There is concern the digital imaging may not have picked up all cancers. Statistically, there up all cancers. Statistically, there95 fewer cases of cancer picked up than they would have expected and that has raised the red flag. What they need to determine is if the discrepancy is caused by human error, the imaging or something else. Independent radiologisterize being called in to check the digital scans. It will start Monday and continue until next April. The women have a bit of a wait to find out if they have to be rescreened and have another mammogram. But it is reassuring, because of the great digital imageic, if a cancer has been missed it is unlikely to be an aggressive form.

Sydney police have ruled out
bikie links after a drive-by shooting A gunman fired a single bullet
into a home at Dharruk at around 1:00 this morning. A man was home at the time
but wasn't injured. A white ute was seen in the area and police are urging witnesses
to come forward. A once-in-50-year storm has flooded
streets and damaged homes in southern parts
of Western Australia. The unseasonal weather gave the town
of Harvey its wettest day on record, 109mm in just a few hours.

We've lost everything,
everything's completely wet, there's nothing salvageable bar
the roof, I suppose, of the house. There were similar scenes
in Port Kennedy and Collie. The UN Security Council
has held emergency talks after North Korea launched
a long-range rocket. Yesterday's launch has sparked
international condemnation and threats of further sanctions
on the communist nation. the launch was really a test
for ballistic missile technology. North Korean state media has
celebrated the successful attempt. Coming up - where's that doggy
in the window? The pet store refusing
to sell puppies before Christmas. We'll tell you where and why. But first, here's Kochie.

Nat, some pretty historic stuff on financial markets overnight. Ben Bernanke, the boss of the Federal Reserve has come out and said the Fed is going to put more stimulus into the US economy. That was expected. What wasn't expected is that he was tying things to particular benchmarks. He is saying interest rates in America will stay low until unemployment gets down below 6. below 6.5% below 6.5%. It is close to 8% at the moment. He is also saying interest rates will stay low as long as inflation stays below 2.5% inflation stays below 2.5%. First time they've done that. So it's been a fascinating change a fascinating change from the Fed. Also downgraded next year's US economic growth. Let's take a look at Wall Street's reaction at the moment live data, trading at the moment. The Dow The Dow Jones is up 42 points as I

European markets were solid as well. To our region yesterday:

Look at the Aussie bolter. Up close to $ to $1.06 US. Beretts, big stuff happening in America from Ben Bernanke, the world's most powerful

.I love it, Kochie, thank

Shane Warne's Melbourne Stars
are off the mark in the Big Bash League thanks to an amazing bowling
performance from Lasith Malinga. The Sri Lankan slinger decimated
the Perth Scorchers at the WACA last night,
claiming 6/7 - the best-ever Twenty20 figures
in Australia. The home side were dismissed
for a record low total of 69. COMMENTATOR: Brilliant yorker!
Absolutely brilliant. Malinga with six.

Rain intervened
early in the run chase and the match finished
in bizarre circumstances. The Stars won by 10 wickets
under the Duckworth-Lewis method despite facing just 13 balls. NRL players will continue
their pay negotiations with the ARL Commission today as the salary-cap stand-off
heads rapidly towards a resolution. It's believed the commission has
offered to raise next year's cap by at least $500,000, warding off the threat
of a player boycott. A new 5-year Collective Bargaining
Agreement could be finalised before Christmas. Golfing legend Greg Norman
is out on course at the Australian PGA Championship and the 57-year-old is keen
to turn back the clock. 'The Shark' says he's been inspired Norman defended
Clive Palmer's decision to place a life-size dinosaur
on the Coolum course, praising the billionaire
for putting money into golf.

I guess that's how Greg sees it too. A good thing, investing in golf, Clive, if you got to put up with the dinosaur and noise, that's are it. And Greg says if you want me to design another golf course, I'm your guy.And we are talking about it a lot. Let's go to Grant, it is spectacular.Chalks away!I love the smell of burning oil in the morning. Right there is pilot James, in the front seat. Captain GD. Yeah, baby! (flight of the val curies rr plays) (flight of the val curies rr

The Tiger Moth takes to the sky over Tourky. -- Torquay, this is legendary stuff. Look at

Tourky. -- Torquay, this is
legendary stuff. Look at this! Ib love my job. Over there is tory. Look at -- is Torquay, look at this! It is so raw and real, the wind in your hair, the pilots behind you, hey, James.Hold, hey, James.Hold, on, James.He can't see because I'm in front of him. What a design flaw! Look at that.('FLIGHT OF THE VALKYRIES' PLAYS)Wow, this is spectacular, let's look at the forecast around Australia.

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You know what? Bringing these things into land is quite an extraordinary experience. I pointed out, the pilot sits in the back. I'm in the sits in the back. I'm in the front. That means he actually can't see where he's going. So what he does, and you'll see this in just a second, James will tip the wing in, he'll bring it down and you watch the plane go sideways just so James can see where he's going. So he can see the runway. Now, these things are still around for a good reason. They are sturdy, they are robust and they were the plane that trained all our Australian Spitfire pilots. They have an amazing heritage in the air above Australia.Grant, that smoke is meant to be coming out? is meant to be coming out??Look at this, sideways! Yeah! James is a genius. 21 years of age, the kid's a gun. I wish I had a couple of guns on the front of this thing. Woe!

That is mad! That is mad!! He chucks it around like a rally car. In half an hour, we will be back to do some barrel roles and live loops on Sunrise. See you then.Wow, fan fantastic.

Former 'Hey Dad..!' star
Robert Hughes is arriving back in Sydney
this morning. He's been extradited from London
to face child sex allegations and could be charged
as early as today. Shortly, we'll go live
to Sydney airport and reporter Edwina Bartholomew. Hughes' flight is expected Robert Hughes has always
denied the allegations. His lawyer, Greg Walsh, is here. Greg, your client will be back
in the country. What happens from here?

As soon as he arrives he will be taken, under police escort, to the Sydney Police Centre. Arachgments have finally been entered into where I can meet him and he will be charged with the charged with the 11 alleged offences. He will be taken to Central Local Court where an application for bail will be determined and the court will make determines in relation to the future hearing of the matter.You haven't met him yet?I haven't specifically met him but spoken to him on a large number of communications and communicated to him by e-mail.What is his response to the allegations? 11 allegations from women who are saying, alleging, instances of, as young as six?He has emphaticly denied all of the allegations. He always has. His emphatic instructions to me is that he is absolutely innocent. He will maintain his innocence and assert the innocence.Why does he say the women have come forward? Does he have any idea?I am sure he has an idea as to the context in which the allegations have come about but I don't think it is appropriate for me to comment on that, Kochie.He has been on bail in the United Kingdom since August. How has he coped with that?I think he has found it extremely difficult difficult. He has lived in a small apartment and has been subject to house bail, in a sense. It has been very difficult for him and his family. I think he is finding it very difficult, he is very stressed.This case has had extraordinary exposure in the media. Yes, that's correct. Yes, that's correct..Some sections of the media have gone really hard on Robert Hughes.They have.Can he get a fair trial in this country? Look, I am a great believer in our justice system. I have the experience of appearing before jureies, not own -- juries not only in this state but around Australia. I believe juries respond to the directions they are given by the trial judge. Though it is going to be a very difficult, if not a monumental task to get a fair trial, I think that ultimately he should be able to be give an fair trial. That's what our system of justice dictates. I think every Australian would join in my remarks and say, " would join in my remarks and say, "Look, the media should just take a back step now and let the judicial criminal process take its course." criminal process take its course.". The media should realise that he's entitled, like any other citizen in this country, to a fair trial. I saw last night the remarks on Channel Nine and I was disgust, the remarks they made as a predator was offensive to me.Why?Because he is entitled to the presump someone of innocence and-size the -- presumption of innocence. You can't assume a person is guilty. assume a person is guilty.Ee is entitled to a fair hearing and I am going to do my best to make sure he gets a fair hearing rch p.The media has gone too far?I think so. Appreciate you talking to us.

North Korea has been
widely condemned for successfully launching
a long-range missile. The Government in Pyongyang claims
to have put a satellite into orbit. But it's seen by many
in the international community as a cover for testing ballistic
missile technology. The launch is also in violation
of United Nations orders. An earlier attempt in April
ended in failure when the rocket crashed into the sea
shortly after take-off. I'm joined now by our
foreign affairs editor, Keith Suter. Good morning. Keith, what are the biggest
implications to come from this?

It adss pressure obJapan to rearm to deal with the context of North Korea. It causes problems for China because the international community is looking to is looking to China to sort it out. The Americans haven't had success and said to the Chinese you sort it out but the North Koreas don't listen to China. There is always a risk something could go wrong. Absolutely. What about us here? Julia Gillard has used the words prevocative and irresponsible?She is quite right. China is our major trading partner, we don't want children diverted on a regional issue rather than focus on the economy. It diverts China's attention awaw from the economy. The pattern of what is involved, they had nuclear weapon testing, ultimately they will be developing nuclear-long-range missiles which will be able to go around the periphery of the Pacific, obviously, the US, we would be low down as a target but it is contributing to an international arms race at a time we want peace.I feel we often talk about issues along these lines and we say the United Nations needs to do something but the perception is they can't?They can't because China continues to defend North Korea within the UN Security Council but we assume China is operating behind the scenes trying to hose it down. The Chinese were disappointed the event had gone ahead. In the old days, yes, China days, yes, China was encouraged North Korea. Now China wants to make trod and not war. And North Korea is a throw back to an older era.Is there significance to the timing? Yes, the elections in North Korea and China and the death of the North Korea leader. It is an attention-seeking behaviour. The North Koreaenerize trying to remind the rest of the world we are here. It is a form of blackmail and financial inducements not to continue with the program. They are saying, " saying, "We are still here, we might stop work on this program if you give us money."They got our attention.Yes, hence the name of the game.Thank you for coming in.

A pet store in Adelaide
is making headlines this morning for refusing to sell puppies
before Christmas. The Pet Spot in Salisbury says too many impulse purchases
are made at this time of the year. from people who aren't prepared
for long-term pet ownership. The decision to pause sales
is gaining huge support through social media. Owner of The Pet Spot
Mandy Tregeagle joins me now. Good morning.

A very noble stance and we all agree with the sentiment but how! How will it affect sales in it affect sales underlead-up to Christmas? How many do you normally sell?We haven't focused on puppies in the past. But I'm sure, look, at the moment, I could probably sell 20 a day. But that's not what it is all about. We are trying to promote response pet ownership and we think it is not by impulse buying at this time of year.From your experience, how common is that impulse buy around this time?Very common. Look, we are getting, were getting, until all this took off, approximately 20 call as day from people wanting to buy puppies. We were receiving probably another 20 calls from people wanting to sell us puppies. If you add that up on a daily basis over the next two to three weeks that is a large amount of puppies and a large amount of money.Too right. You posted your decision on Facebook. You got overwhelming support. Did it surprise you amYes, I was astounding when I got up the next morning and saw the amount of like and comments. Hundreds of e-mails of support for the shop. Very overwhelming. Good publicity for the pets.Yes, absolutely. Totally agree. Now, look, just tell us, if people do want to return their pet after Christmas, what is the best thing they can do? Can you take the pet back and say, " take the pet back and say, "Sell it back to the pet shop?". To be On sold to another owner?I believe that most pet shops would not take them back. They would refer you to AWL, RSPCA or other groups you can surrender the dog to. Most people need to think why they are surrendering the dog and if there are steps they can make to help them keep it, whether it be training, rehabilitation, grooming, time. Sure.And really think about what they can do first, before dumping it somewhere, as such.Kwrepl. It is time to -- yep. It is time to take a hard decision and think about it carefully. Mandy, great carefully. Mandy, great stance you are taking. Before we move on, let's go back to Sunrise correspondent Edwina at Sydney art pour for the arrival of Robert Hughes?His plane is do to arrive any time in the next five minutes, making a final approach to Sydney airport, QF2. He is on the plane with two New South Wales police officers. We have come down here to the VIP exit. This is where you see celebrities leave from here, even royalty. They may bring him in this exit. Hey may be driven off the tarmac. He will go from here in a police car straight to the Sydney police centre and appear in Central Local Court where he is expected to be charged with 11 offences the arrest warrant is related to.Thank you. Keep us posted.

The pope has made his first Tweet
overnight. His first message says: "Dear friends, I am pleased to get
in touch with you through Twitter. "Thank you
for your generous response.

He then went on to Tweet:

The pope actually Tweets
in Italian first, then the message is translated
into eight different languages. Ex-Catholic priest Dr Paul Collins
joins me now. Good morning. Paul, is this a bold first step
for the Vatican?

It is a very big step, actually. The Vatican, in many ways, have lived in a kind of limbo, if you like, a technological limbo. It isnist last five years or so that e-mail has become common in the vat can. But what has -- Vatican. What has happened the previous person who fronted the media for the Vatican, Father Frederco Lombardo, a Jesuit, a lovely man, I have met him but dear geared to traditional radio and television, they brought in a person from Fox News in the US and it is very clear he is having an impact and trying to push the Vatican in the direction of modern technological media and communications media and moving beJohn just television -- beyond television and radio. We can rest assured the Pope didn't write his own Tweet. It would have been written for him. He is very much the skoaler, the retiring -- scholar, the retiring German academic. He wouldn't be right on top of this. The job would be doing bun for him. Right, Fox News hits the Vatican, that is a headline. Do you think it will be the start of the church moderniseing itself in other ways? People who moved way from the chufr would say there are other things they need to address, rather than just media relations?You are absolutely right. The really substantial issues facing the Catholic Church in Australia and worldwide is the church is living institutionally in the past. What the church has got to really tackle are the church has got to really tackle are questions of governance and the way the institution operators. These are the kind of real questions, and in many ways r are the questions underlying the forthcoming Royal Commission here in Australia. Sexual abuse has been wide spread in the Catholic Church for the simple reason the institution itself has created the circumstances where it can happen. So just bringing in the can happen. So just bringing in the man from Fax News doesn't necessarily mean the church has embraced the modern world, or certainly the Vatican has embraced the modern world. I think it has considerable distance before it really happens.Yes, you need more substance than just the headline I think you are saying. Thank you for your time.That is interesting. Isn't it.I hope he does start to do his own, putting the slippers on, having a cup of Bonnox.You can never tell though, who does their own, really?He will be on Instagram next.I think Eamon Sullivan does his own. He is trying to get into the Christmas spirit.

The Olympic swimmer
has sent out a Tweet asking his followers to recommend
somewhere in Perth he can volunteer at
on Christmas Day. It seems he wants to serve lunch
to those less fortunate. So we thought we'd give him a hand. What do you think Eamon should do?

Do you know In Perth he can help out? He runs a cafe in Perth, he knows a bit about food preparation. It is his way of giving back.I was chatting to a friend, Lisa, her family lives overseas. She said she rang half a dozen different charities saying I am free, can I come and help. And they said no. Snoyou have to book. --You have to book.There are more people wanting to do it than there are spots?Yes. Isn't that lovely.

Your news, sport and weather
are after the break. Then, the stars to watch out for
next year. Meet the Australian actors
and singers destined for fame. Plus, man on a mission - the bloke who lost a massive
135 kilos to join the army.

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News headlines now. Here's Nat. Former 'Hey Dad..!' star
Robert Hughes has just touched down
at Sydney airport. He's being extradited from London
under police guard over child sex allegations. Sunrise correspondent Edwina
Bartholomew is at the airport. Eddy, what exactly is he accused of?

Well, his plane, QF2, has just touched down from London. He will be at the gates in a few minutes. It is his first visit back here in a very long time. Certainly, a first visit we know of since the allegations first surfaced in March, 2010, when one of his alleged victims, a former member of the 'Hey Dad...!' Cast came forward to the mead came forward to the media. He is accused of sexual assault, indecent assault, gross indecency. Here is what his lawyer said once he arrives.He will be formally charged with the 11 alleged offences. Therefore, he will be taken to Central Local Court with an application for bail will be determined by the court. And the court will make directions in relation to the future hearing of the matter.OK, thanks very much, live adSydney airport, live adSydney airport,adey.

Tens of thousands
of breast cancer screenings will be reviewed in South Australia over fears some cancers were missed. Authorities have ordered an urgent
review of 54,000 mammograms between September 2010
and July this year. Doctors diagnosed
nearly 100 fewer cases than usual. The anomaly coincides with the rollout
of digital scanning technology. Police say a shooting in Sydney's
western suburbs last night is not bikie-related. A gunman fired a single bullet
into a home at Dharruk at around 1:00 this morning. A man was home at the time
but was not injured. Tony Abbott has paid
a surprise pre-Christmas visit to our troops
in southern Afghanistan. The Opposition Leader posed
for photographs with soldiers, thanking them for their service. Coalition troops are preparing to
withdraw from the region in 2014. With Christmas just around
the corner, Sydney's St Mary's Cathedral
is spreading the joy. The sandstone building came alive
last night with a spectacular festive show
of light and sound. The 75m high cathedral was
transformed into a Christmas tree

The projections will light up
the city every night until the 25th. Cricket Australia has ordered
a major crackdown on betting because it's worried players
could be tempted to cheat. Officials have reportedly written
to bookmakers, demanding they eliminate
several betting options that could potentially
be manipulated. Meanwhile, Shane Watson says dropping down to number four
in the batting order will benefit his bowling in tomorrow's opening test
against Sri Lanka in Hobart. Batting at four means that Michael
can use me that bit more to be able to hopefully provide
some impact. Peter Siddle's raring to go after he was controversially rested
from the series decider against South Africa. Lasith Malinga has powered the
Melbourne Stars to a 10-wicket win over the Perth Scorchers
in the Big Bash League. The Sri Lankan speedster claimed
6/7 at the WACA - the best figures
in Australian Twenty20 history. Shane Warne also bagged a wicket
as Perth was dismissed for 69. The Stars faced just two overs
before rain intervened. They were eventually
declared winners under the Duckworth-Lewis method. Collingwood stars have been the
target of early morning drug tests at their pre-season training camp
in Utah. Harry O'Brien posted
a picture of players doing the business for testers
at the team hotel. And vice-captain Scott Pendlebury
was one of several players to voice his displeasure on Twitter
over the early wake-up call. Coach Nathan Buckley
reminded his players that it's all part
of being professional athletes.

good on the testers for getting in and getting it done early in the preseason. All good. Let's go to Torquay and Tiger Moth World. Are you in the sky.Beretts! This is fantastic mism mate, welcome on board.Thank you, skipper.You want to see some tricks? You want stoosee some stunts? Ohhhhhhh!Wooooh!

You didn't say, " You didn't say, "Go." Yet! Ahhhh! Woohhhooo! Yes! That is so cool. Oh! Yeah. Look at the smoke, we're on fire, we're on fire. I think that's supoised to happen. That's cool. Beretts.Io?This is so amazing.It looks brilliant.I'm just waiting for the drinks service? When is that coming around.Forget the inflight movie. You are right, that's beautiful.Mate, it is stunning beautiful.Mate, it is stunning. Look at that, mow had you good is this. I am so glad you can take us on board.Try it again someThe problem is, there is no roof, and gee, my mouth is dry. I could do with a drink. Just quietly, when these guys were in the war and fighting one another, what good are these? They don't stop the bullets! That would have been frightening. Let's have a look at the forecast right

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Alright, who wants to barrel role? Yeah!Yeah. Are you ready? Do it, son, do it James.Yeah!Woooh! Wow! My God. Not going down?Oh! Wow! That is crazy. See you guys in half an hour with more.That is stunning. Isn't it.Stunning.And the pilot is 21? Been doing it for years? Yesterday, he said.

.First day.Goodness me, that is spectacular.

Ahead this Sunrise - how Julian Assange plans to sit
in the Senate from London. Plus why Adam Gilchrist reckons Twenty20 will kill one-day cricket
within three years. But next - a new wave of Aussie
talent. Meet the singers and actors
destined for fame in 2013.

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A new wave of Aussie talent
is on the cusp of superstardom. And this morning, we want to
introduce the singers and actors Here at Sunrise, we love
to get behind great artists and see them go all the way.

Particularly when they are Aussie artshs. Take a look at the Aussie artists we reckon are about to go global.

# Where are you now # When I need you around. # Meet Tre Samuels. He's only 13 years old and
he's got a big future ahead of him. # Yesterday I was so care-free # Now it's a whole new game. # He started out posting cover songs
on YouTube from his Melbourne home but is now releasing originals. Tre has co-written in the US with the people behind hits
for Rihanna and Bruno Mars. # I don't know where I'm going # But I know where I wanna be. # Keep an eye on him next year. # Treaty, treaty. #

Dan Sultan has been around longer
than Tre Samuels but this Indigenous star
is on the rise again. Last month, Dan performed
with Yothu Yindi at the ARIA Awards and he's an ARIA winner himself. He co-starred with Jessica Mauboy
in the movie musical 'Bran Nue Dae' and is now working on new material. # You cower in the corner

# Let it out and say. # Matt Corby won Song of the Year
at the ARIAs last month and has been busy touring overseas. Expect even bigger things
from him next year when he's back in Australia. # Do you really wanna live forever # Forever. #

Remember Lakyn from 'The Voice'? The young singer has more
than 50,000 Twitter followers and 30,000 Facebook fans and his new EP is already
a top 20 hit on iTunes. # There's no better time # Than time that's given

# Given the chance # I'm going to live for the living # You're better than that #

With the looks and the voice,
Lakyn's g