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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Hello, I'm Tracy Grimshaw. Welcome to A Current Affair. Buying a mobility scooter is an expensive netsity -- necessity for many Australians and for this unfortunate group of seniors, it was way more costly than it should have been.

Can you explain why they don't centre their money back and they don't have their scooter? No. Can you please leave? I've not been well. I've had a few panic attacks and things.Are you ripping off more elderly people than just this couple? Brett and Fiona Morris' claim they're unscrupulous business operators. He's a man that shouldn't be working with older people.Selling scooters to senior citizens and taking them for a ride. Sit true you've been harassing your elderly customers, upsetting them? Leave. This is like a vulture waiting to pounce.
All they're trying to do is get a sale and get out.Like many people their age, Barney and Fay Kann struggle to get around these days. Might be nearly two years now Barney fell and broke his hip and femur. Frustrated by his loss of independence, 28-year-old Barney wanted a ploblt scooter, in particular a -- 82-year-old Barney wanted a mobility scooter so he and wife could go to the shops and doctors together. I seen an add in the paper, this chap said, "Don't pay full price. Come to us, we sell them a lot cheaper." The advertisement was for Scooters Wholesale. Its owners are the Morris. They made the elderly couple an offer they couldn't refuse. I said -- I said, "I'll think about it." Then his wife got on the phone Wednesday afternoon and said, "Now, for that deal to go through, you must give us $1,000 immediately today." After paying the deposit, Barney and Fay were promised their brand new scooter would arrive from Western Australia in a couple of days time. But it never did. The chap said, -- The chap said, "We haven't got your scooter here." pr Leave the shop now, please. All he wants to do is walk and supply them a scooter and basically rip them off. Take their money and run.Barney says he told Brett he needed to change the order after learning only one person can use a motorised wheelchair or scoot inner Queensland no matter how big the seat is. He was trying to sell us something that was illegal. Barney and his nephew David Brock decided to talk to Brett face-to- face. His mother was -- the man was aggressive. He said he had gone to a lot of trouble to obtain and order the scooter. But it turned out Brett and Fiona never ordered to scoot frr Western Australia. In a statement to A Current Affair the manufacture says "It hasn't sold scooters to Brett and Fiona for a number of years and has advised them Shoprider Australia will not supply any products to them." Can you explain why they don't have their money back and they don't have their scooter? No. Can you balconies go. What did they do wrong? He got very aggressive and said, "If you don't want to do it you can see me in court. I've been in court many times. I never lose." Both Brett and Fiona refused to answer our questions when we confronted them at Scooters Wholesale on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. What did they do wrong? Leave.Don't touch me, please. I'd like you to leave. This is my shop. I'm asking you to leave. Brett and Fiona sent the Kanns a letter claiming to be $3500 out of pocket. They posted a cheque for the remaining $500 of Barney and Fay's deposit but it was in the wrong name so the couple couldn't bank it. The Morris' said they would replace the cheque but the couple never received it. Barney and Fay were left with no choice but to try to get their money back through the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. They failed, simply because they didn't know they had to attend the hearing. These people are out of people $1,000. Would you like me to show the paperwork. I have seen the paperwork because they didn't go to court that day. Out you go.Don't handle me. I can think of nothing worse than to have a person like that. Where is the compassion? For heaven's sake. Val French, from Older People Speak Out, says many seniors is aren't capable of defending themselves. That phrase, you know, Australians give each other a fair go, that is what my generation expects. Barney and Fay Kann aren't the only ones who have copped a raw deal. 73-year-old Shirley Belling paid Scooters Wholesale $1,200 for new scooter batteries. Each costs about $300 and should last three years but hers went flat after just six months. It was almost like he was saying -- saying, "You stupid old woman, get away." That's how I felt. This woman, who didn't want to be identified, had after sales service problems. That's a shonky dealer. They'll sell you anything but there's no come back on any of his goods. The Morris' charged 80-year-old Prue Evans $270 to install a fan in this scooter. Brett wasn't able to fit it and he didn't give her money back. You obviously has no ethics at all. We also spoke with five business operator who is have had dealings with Brett Morris. None wants to speak on camera but they signed legal documents citing their complaints against him. One claims he had to call the police when Brett tried to pick and fight and pushed him in front of a customer N this statutory declaration another claims his employee watched in horror as Brett interrupted his sale and verbally abused, bullied and cajoled a customer into buying from him instead. In this complaint, Brett's accused of selling second- hand scooters as new and in another refusing to replace batteries still under warranty. I'll ask you to leave the shop now. I'm giving you the opportunity - that's fine. I'm just trying to get you an opportunity to put your side forward. He's just so demanding. You have to make up your mind so quick.Is there something you'd like to say to this man? You'll be old one day and you might meet somebody just like you and what will you do? Scooters Wholesale at Maroochydore has threatened legal action against a friend of Barney and Fay Kann, who contacted A Current Affair about their dilemma. For 40 years, removalist Dennis Dorling helped other people into brand new homes but he never imagineed heed be able to afford to live in one. But all that changed when he and his wife purchase add winning home lottery ticket and became instant million airs. -- millionaires. Welcome to your new home. Thank you. This is the moment two aged pensioners become instant millionaires. All captured on home video. Bring it in! As soon as I heard I just burst into tears. I couldn't stop. If they look a little out of place it's understandable. Look at the lovely kitchen. Look at it! From battlers to prize winners, Dennis and Lynette Dorling are a long way from home in so many ways. We won a house and I couldn't believe it, you know. What better way to own your own home than to bite and win it. Overwhelmed but their -- by their sudden wealth. It was mind-blooing, just walking in and the way -- mind-blowing and just walking in, and the way they eat set the place up. The retired couples are the new owners of this mlt million dollar chic and prize home and they're giving A Current Affair excollusive access. I don't believe it. No. Look at the view. Yeah. Beauty stkhram -- beauty! Congratulations. Thank you. Doesn't happen to us. That's what we don't understand. You know, all I do is pay the ticket for someone else to win it. That's the way I look at it, anyway. Help the organisation out, that's what we look at. That was until they received the call that changed their lives. I was getting vegies ready for tea and the phone rang and I thought it was somebody selling somebody. Lynette was so sure they wouldn't win the Endeavour Foundation Lotto she misplaced the ticket. I took everything out the drawer. Everything is on the floor and Dennis is trying to yell out, who is it. Lynette was very quiet, didn't believe me. Endeavour Foundation's Wilma Burton was on the other end of the phone. Dennis cried and cried. The tears kept coming. Once we got off the phone we were hugging and kissing and started ringing people and I rang my sister and told her. She couldn't believe it.You'd be hard prissed tor find more deserving winners. Before they retired Dennis worked as a furniture removalist for 40 years while Lynette spent the last 25 years working at an aged-care facility. I think it's so overwhelming for people to actually have their lives changed so much in a split second. Leanne Rudd is the general manager of Endeavour Foundation. It really gives me goose bumps when I think about such a lovely couple winning that gorgeous home.Dennis and Lynette won their $2.5 million dream home with Endeavour Foundation's life changer lottery and there's still a chance for you to enter the next draw to win this dream home worth $750,000. This closes on December 20. -- December 21. Boasting 4-bedrooms, this Sunshine Coast house is designed for a family. The entire upstairs is for the parents. It include their own private study and their own balcony and come and check out the master bedroom. It is absolutely gorgeous. And it's got beautiful plantation shutters that look Don on to the pool outside. This backyard is built for the summer of Queensland. It includes this gorgeous pool with a wading area for the kids. It's the main prize in the 12-days of Christmas Lotto. As for Dennis and Lynette, they got their Christmas present early. We might have Russell Crowe as a neighbour.The couple is still deciding what they're going to do with all the space in their 4- bedroom Noosa mansion.The house is just so phenomenal. It's like a dream. You wake up and the ocean's there and everything's there, and you just can't - can't believe what you see. Despite being new millionaires it doesn't seem like they'll be splurging any time soon. You should see the wardrobes. They're huge! You're not going near any op shops. (LAUGHTER) .They won't know themselves. What a lovely couple. If you have a story you heed like to share with us we'd -- we'd like to know, email us or call us. We have heard of some ridiculous fines in our time but this next one will really get your goat.

What am I going to do, stop a goat eating grass? (LAUGHTER) Gary is one hungry goat. But his latest meal has cost him more than he bargained for. I have basically been fined $440 because my goat was eating a bit of public grass. Jimbo and his goat, Gary, are best mates. Shake hands with Laura. Hey, nice to meet you, Gary. I like your hat. Yeah, slip, slop, slap. They have travelled around Australia together, busking and performing a stand up comedy routine. After a gig this guy offered me a goat and case of beer. I threw him in the back of the car. It's bit of a joke really. He's car trained, gets his own food, follows me around. He's good company.They move around from town to town in this van that runs on vegetable oil, Gary drawing crowds of adoring fans. Gary. Gary the goat. It's all over - I want to marry him. They told me it was a dog. He's got to be one of the most famous goats in Australia would you say? Yeah, he's getting a bit of a profile lately. Yeah, he's - he's pretty well-known. But not everybody is feeling the love for Gary. In particular, a group of police officers at Sydney's Circular Quay. The only thing they got me on was unlawful destruction of vegetation because he was eating grass. Gary has been fined $440 for damaging vegetation without proper authority. When you need a permit for your goat to eat grass I think it's time to just go, "What's going on?" Jimbo has decided to contest the fine and will be taking the matter to court. He put his story up on Gary's Facebook page and it's gone viral. 200,000 people up in arms. It's not an anti-police thing. It's just - it's just - regulation gone too far. And I think that's why it's got the interest. Poor Gary. Definitely a very stiff fine. He's a goat. That's what they eat. You think it's a very fair stpien? I think it's terrible.Gary seems on live use to the fuss and he's not changing his dining Hackets. He's eating grass right now. Yes.Are you worried he might get another fine? I just don't see anything wrong with what he's done. I don't think the fine will hold-up so I'm not really - what am I going to do, stop a goat eating grass. Lawyer Sam Macedone doesn't believe the fine will stand up in court because Jimbo, who has been producted -- prosecuted, isn't the one who did the damage. He think it's -- thinks it's a waste of the court's time. I feel very sorry for Gary. He evens titled to have a bit of a feed. All he did was talk -- take a walk with his mate down the street and chewed a bit of grass and now we have goat gate. It's got out of control.In an unusual move police have taken to Facebook to defend their charge against Gary. Acting Superintendent Anthony Bell saying he believes the actions of his officers were reasonable. That it's alleged freshly planted flowers were destroyed by Gary along with other vegetation and that Jimbo had been asked to remove Gary from the area the previous day by rangers. Gary's court case is next month. Until then, Jimbo figures they'll continue their adventures. Come on, Gary, let eesz get out of here, plate, -- let's get out of here, mate, otherwise we'll get busted for loitering. That's it. See you later, guys. We're going to go. Come on, Gary! And Jimbo is set to appear in court in January and tells us he'll be taking Gary along with him. That will be worth seeing. We'd like to hear your thoughts on that story. Jump on our Facebook page or send us a tweet. She is arguably our most successful no frills cook. If anyone can whip up a show-stopping Christmas lunch for un$100 it's the 'Four Ingredients' mum. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas to you as well. Can't believe it's time of year. What have you got?A bottle of bubbles and $100. Do you think we can make a Christmas feast out of that? Certainly. Come with me.

A Christmas feast for 10 people that looks a -- looks $1 million but costs much less. All you need is a little bit of planning and preparation. As the author of eight books which have reduced recipes to four or less ingredients Kim McCosker knows all about making life simpler. The gift of 'Four Ingredients' for me has been it has taught me you can create beautiful fare simply, easily and economically. Honestly, Chris, what is an Australian Christmas without watermelon! First up in Kim's feast are these prawn and watermelon nibbles. Little bit of -- a little bit of watermelon, fetta, a mint leaf and the fourth and final ingredient a little drizzle of caramelised balsamic vinegar. Believe it or not, a matter load of these treats cost less than $10. You will be amazed what you can make with so few ingredients. The trick is to present it beautifully. Food is firstly eat within the eye. -- eye. If it looks good they'll devour it. If it doesn't look good they're not interested. I was interested in eating this ham which is the centrepiece of the main course. The ham on the bone. Now, my glase - a mixture of brown sugar a Marmalade. Do you have that in your cupboard? I --? I think so. Kim heats up the first two ingredients and coverings the ham before adding the third, sliced orange. It looks spectacular.That's the trick. Make it look like you've taken it forever to put together when really I heat add bit of Marmalade and brown sugar and sliced oranges. You know, that's clever cooking. That's four ingredientsment -- ingredients. What are these called? These, Hamilton, are called angels wings because, look, they look like angels wings don't they.This Christmas to save money Kim is making gifts with her sons and their mate. Dried ap ry cots dripped in chocolate with pistachio nuts. Do you think the neighbours will like them?Skpwhre. -- Yes. Next it's off to the neighbours armed with the treats. Merry Christmas. Thank you. We made these for you. You will be surprised the reaction people give when you say it's home- made. Fair dinkum? Homemade? Yep. Goodness gracious. Thanks a the - - thanks a lot for this. Online we're saying, "Don't buy it, bake it. Don't buy it, bake it. -- make it." Because people value homemade. Back in the kitchen Kim is putting the final touches tro our feast with root vegetables, green beans and a chicken dish. Remember the feta. I had the leftover feta, was ill and semi stkrieed tomatoes and I'm using -- semi-dried com tomatoes and I'm using those to stuff the chicken breast. Bake and it chicken lunch is served. Then a Christmas make made with three simple ingredient that is will cost you less - 6. At just over -- $6. -- $6. The ham was the most expensive. All up Kim spent $99.85. What was your favourite? Ham.Kim's Christmas lunch? Be fantastic. Terrific. That's great. Touch wood. Cut! (LAUGHTER) She looked pretty relaxed. Our website has more information on that story for you. After the break - heart-starting exercise especially designed for seniors. Yeah, I feel about 10 years younger. This program is not captioned.

Welcome back. It's called Heartmoves. The exercise program keeping older Australians tickers' in shape. And it's really taking off. One, two, three. Four, five and again. And one, -- one. They're taping into the joy of dancing, pitting a spring back in the step, a smile on the dial. And one. Tracy Wilson leads the flying feet here every Thursday. Five, six, seven. Beautiful! They're beautiful. They love it so much. It's almost like it's something they've always wanted to do and never thought it was possible. There's 87-year-old Steve. Very good exercise. I don't last the whole class. I periodically have bit of a rest. And I just said, "Well, if you can walk, you can tap." He said, "Oh, I can walk." I come here because I love to dance. And one. I have a lot of fun with all the girls. We catch up for coffee beforehand and have a chatter. And Jackie says the simple class is life-changing. And I don't have hardly any of the pain now that I used to have. Heels. No, heels. You've either got it or you haven't and there are other options for senior reporters wanteding to get their blood pumping without much stress. Welcome to Heartmoves. Heartmoves is a low physical activity program to get people moving again.The Heart Foundation's man emphasise ths is low to moderate intensity exercise. If you're ever 60 and want to run a marathon this isn't the place. They're coming together with a group of people and very often they start the class not knowing anyone. They end it up as great friends. Now, take a look at this class. Although they're now much fitter than most seniors is they have come here because their health problems with the one that is this session targets and improves. Without torturing the participants. So who's got heart problems? Stroke? Osteoarthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis. Diabetes or pre-diabetes. Balance problems. Sitting in a chair's not going to make your healthier. Watching TV won't do it. Class leader Pat started her training when she was diagnosed as diabetic. You have to move. Your body is designed to move. So just do gentle exercise, not heavy duty. You're only got one heart. Don't muck it up.Looks alright. For more information on your nearest Heartmoves class you can visit our This program is not captioned.

Welcome back. Now don't forget we always love hearing from you, so if there's a story you'd like us to investigate or something you think we should know, please send us an email or give us a call. The details are on your screen. That's all for this week, and for this year from me. Thank you for watching us in 2012. We have some great plans for 2013. Cameron Williams will be filling in while I take a break, and I hope you and your family have a fantastic Christmas. I will see you in the New Year. Goodnight.Supertext captions by Red Bee Media - www.redbeemedia.com.au. This program is not captioned.

(MACHINE-GUN FIRE ON TV)

ALL I'M SAYING IS, IF THEY
TOOK ALL THE MONEY THEY SPENT

TRYING TO MAKE
A DECENT HULK MOVIE,

THEY COULD PROBABLY
JUST MAKE AN ACTUAL HULK.

THAT IS APT AND AMUSING.

I THINK I SHALL SHARE THAT

WITH AMY FARRAH FOWLER.

SHE'LL APPRECIATE
THE WITTICISM.

THANK YOU.

IT'LL ALSO HELP IMPROVE HER
INITIAL IMPRESSION OF YOU.

SO WHAT'S GOING ON WITH YOU TWO?

WELL, THE STATUS IS
AS IT ALWAYS WAS.

SHE'S A GIRL. SHE'S A FRIEND.

SHE IS NOT MY--

PLEASE FORGIVE ME
FOR DOING THIS--

"GIRLFRIEND."

RIGHT, RIGHT.

SO YOU'RE STILL JUST
TEXTING AND EMAILING?

YOU DON'T FEEL ANY NEED
TO HANG OUT WITH HER, YOU KNOW--

BE IN THE SAME ROOM?

LEONARD, YOU ARE
MY BEST FRIEND.

I'VE KNOWN YOU
FOR SEVEN YEARS,

AND I CAN BARELY TOLERATE
SITTING ON THE COUCH WITH YOU.

IMAGINE MY ATTITUDE REGARDING
PROLONGED PHYSICAL PROXIMITY

TO AMY FARRAH FOWLER.

GOT IT.

I SENSE JUDGMENT ON YOUR PART.

NO, NO.

MAYBE A LITTLE.

MAY I SUGGEST THAT YOUR
CRITICISM IS BASED ON JEALOUSY.

JEALOUSY? WHAT DO I
HAVE TO BE JEALOUS OF?

I HAVE A FUNCTIONING
AND SATISFYING RELATIONSHIP

WITH A FEMALE.

YOU HAVE NONE.

OH, RIGHT. THAT.

JEALOUSY IS AN UGLY
GREEN-EYED MONSTER--

NOT UNLIKE THE HULK--

WHO, BY THE WAY,
ALSO HAS A GIRLFRIEND.

JENNIFER CONNELLY,
IN THIS ITERATION,

WHOM YOU MAY RECALL AS
THE GIRLFRIEND OF RUSSELL CROWE

IN A BEAUTIFUL MIND,

A FEEL-GOOD ROMP IF
THERE EVER WAS ONE.

I'M NOT JEALOUS.

(GRUNTS LIKE THE HULK)

LEONARD NOT JEALOUS.

# OUR WHOLE UNIVERSE
WAS IN A HOT, DENSE STATE #

# THEN NEARLY 14 BILLION YEARS
AGO EXPANSION STARTED... WAIT! #

# THE EARTH BEGAN TO COOL #

# THE AUTOTROPHS BEGAN TO DROOL,
NEANDERTHALS DEVELOPED TOOLS #

# WE BUILT THE WALL #
#WE BUILT THE PYRAMIDS#

# MATH, SCIENCE, HISTORY,
UNRAVELING THE MYSTERY #

# THAT ALL STARTED
WITH A BIG BANG #

#BANG!#

YOU KNOW, IT JUST
OCCURRED TO ME,

IF THERE ARE AN INFINITE
NUMBER OF PARALLEL UNIVERSES,

IN ONE OF THEM,
THERE'S PROBABLY A SHELDON

WHO DOESN'T BELIEVE
PARALLEL UNIVERSES EXIST.

PROBABLY. WHAT'S YOUR POINT?

NO POINT.

IT'S JUST ONE
OF THE THINGS

THAT MAKES ONE OF
THE MES CHUCKLE.

(CHUCKLES)

WHAT MAKES YOU
CHUCKLE, LEONARD?

HMM, RECENTLY?

NOT MUCH.

IS IT BECAUSE OF THE
CONFLICT THAT ARISES

FROM YOUR DESPERATE NEED
TO PAIR-BOND WITH A WOMAN,

AND THE APPARENT COLLECTIVE
DECISION OF ALL WOMANKIND

TO DENY YOU
THAT OPPORTUNITY?

UM...

SHUT UP.

SHELDON: YOU KNOW,
WHEN MY GRANDFATHER DIED,

AND MEEMAW WAS ALONE,
MY MOM ARRANGED FOR HER

TO VISIT A CENTER
THREE TIMES A WEEK

WHERE SHE COULD SOCIALIZE
WITH OTHER LONELY PEOPLE.

IT'S VERY NICE.

THEY DISCUSS CURRENT EVENTS,
PLAY BRIDGE, GET A HOT MEAL.

THAT SOUNDS LOVELY.

IT IS IF YOU
LIKE BRIDGE.

DO YOU LIKE BRIDGE,
LEONARD?

SHELDON, I'M JUST NOT
DATING SOMEONE RIGHT NOW.

I DON'T NEED TO GO
TO A SENIOR CENTER.

MEEMAW RESISTED AT FIRST,
BUT NOW SHE LOVES IT.

FINE. IF I DON'T MEET SOMEONE
SOON, YOU CAN PUT ME IN A HOME.

IT'S NOT A HOME.

IT'S A SENIOR CENTER.

WE'D NEVER PUT
MEEMAW IN A HOME!

HEY, GUYS.

HEY.
HEY.

ALL RIGHT, I'LL BOW
TO SOCIAL PRESSURE: HEY!

(MUSICAL RINGTONE PLAYS)

EXCUSE ME. THAT'S MY GIRLFRIEND,
BERNADETTE.

I ASSIGNED HER
HER OWN RINGTONE--

"BERNADETTE,"
BY THE FOUR TOPS.

HELLO, BERNADETTE.

WHEN I CALL HIM, HIS PHONE
PLAYS "BROWN EYED GIRL."

WHICH, NOW THAT

I THINK ABOUT IT,
IS NOT SO GOOD.

YOU REALIZE HE'S JUST
RUBBING OUR NOSES IN THE FACT

THAT HE HAS A GIRLFRIEND,
AND WE DON'T.

YOU MEAN,YOUDON'T.

YOU HAVE A GIRLFRIEND?

HOW COULD YOU HAVE A GIRLFRIEND?

YOU CAN'T EVEN SPEAK TO WOMEN.

TWO WORDS-- DEAF CHICK.

IT DOESN'T MATTER

IF I CAN'T TALK,
BECAUSE SHE CAN'T HEAR ME.

WHAT?

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID.

GREAT. YOU HAVE A GIRLFRIEND,
HOWARD'S GOT A GIRLFRIEND,

SHELDON'S GOT
A GIRL...
NO, NO, NO, NO!

...WHO'S A FRIEND.

THANK YOU.

WHAT ABOUT YOU, STUART?

YOU HAVE A
GIRLFRIEND YET?

OH, YEAH. YEAH.

I MET HER AT COMIC-CON,
THE ONE PLACE IN THE WORLD

WHERE SAYING
"I OWN A COMIC BOOKSTORE"

IS AN ACTUAL PICKUP LINE.

OH. WELL, GOOD FOR YOU.

NOT REALLY. SHE'S HORRIBLE.

WHEN SHE WANTS TO HAVE SEX,

SHE PUTS ON HER PLUS-SIZE
WONDER WOMAN COSTUME AND SHOUTS,

"WHO WANTS TO TAKE A RIDE
IN MY INVISIBLE PLANE?"

WHY DON'T YOU JUST
BREAK UP WITH HER?

(LAUGHING):
NO, NO, I CAN'T.

WHY NOT?

'CAUSE THEN I'D BE ALONE,

LIKE YOU.

DUDE, WHY DON'T YOU JUST INVOKE
YOUR GIRLFRIEND PACT

WITH WOLOWITZ?

BECAUSE I DON'T
NEED HIS GIRLFRIEND

TO SET ME UP WITH ONE
OF HER GIRLFRIENDS.

I'M PERFECTLY CAPABLE OF
FINDING A GIRL ON MY OWN.

OH, LEONARD, YOU REMIND ME

OF THE FUNNY OLD STORY
ABOUT A MAN

WHO WALKS INTO A WOMEN'S
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION

WITH A STACK OF PAPERWORK

THAT WILL ALLOW
THE FEMALE CONVICTS TO GO FREE.

YOU'RE SAYING I
COULDN'T GET LAID

IN A WOMEN'S PRISON WITH
A HANDFUL OF PARDONS.

ARE YOU GOING TO LET ME
TELL THE STORY OR NOT?

WOMAN: Doing something like this is like me saying, "I'm here. Can you please listen to me?"It is about one thing - the voice that comes out of them. This opportunity comes once in a lifetime.

In 2013, the phenomenon, the biggest show in Australia right now, is back!

You brought tears to my eyes. You're shining, girl!