Unreal start for our Kass
ADELAIDE’S Kassandra Clementi, below, is doing her bit to push the boundaries as an actress. A decade into the business at just 28, the former Home and Away starlet is forging her own path in Hollywood. “My hope is to continue to play very versatile characters,” she says. “Characters that are really dissimilar to myself. I want to play characters that are constantly pushed.” LA-based Kassandra, who’s back in Australia as a SunnyLife ambassador, starred on hit US series Unreal and will be seen next on the big screen alongside Mean Girls star Jonathan Bennett in feature film Stuck Out Of Love. But Kassandra says her time on Seven’s longrunning soapie was invaluable. “Home and Away really above all else taught me stamina,” she says. “It also taught me to learn lines really quickly. I can’t remember anything about trigonometry or calculus but if you give me a piece of paper, I can learn it back in a minute.” IT’S
beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Rundle Mall thanks to its brand new window display decorations unveiled this morning to coincide with the Pageant.
The length of the Mall has been decorated with a dozen Twelve Days of Christmas displays including one featuring the talents of House Rules stars Jess Dover and Jared Petrenko, above.
The couple has collaborated with Rundle Mall to create the On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me ... a place to create fond memories display.
Other South Aussies involved include artists Tiff Manuell and (former Port Adelaide footballer) Gavin Wanganeen, with actress Teresa Palmer and Premier Steven Marshall sharing season’s greetings.
Couture house Paolo Sebastian has also created a display which is in the Mall near the Adelaide Central Plaza and not in a department store window, as reported yesterday by Confidential after the Christmas Grinch got into the system.