Pair make old clas­sic sing

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Sydney Confidential -

THERE’S no busi­ness like show busi­ness — Ju­lia Mor­ris and Chris Brown (right) know the song well.

In fact, they live by the say­ing ev­ery day, and know too well the re­al­ity of show busi­ness isn’t nec­es­sar­ily as glam­orous as it may seem from the out­side look­ing in.

That’s the rea­son for Chan­nel Ten pick­ing the 1950s Hol­ly­wood song as the theme track for the first tele­vi­sion ads for the fourth sea­son of I’m A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!

“Dancing is one of my beloved doc­tor’s spe­cial gifts,” pop­u­lar co­me­dian Mor­ris told Con­fi­den­tial.

“Lit­tle known fact, he was in the orig­i­nal line-up for New­cas­tle’s own Tap Dogs. Just a steel town boy with a dream to tap.”

Of us­ing the track, There’s No Busi­ness Like Show Busi­ness, Ten head of en­ter­tain­ment and fac­tual pro­grams Stephen Tate said: “We loved the irony of us­ing There’s No Busi­ness Like Show Busi­ness jux­ta­posed by what the celebri­ties en­dure. And it was the per­fect song for Chris and Ju­lia to per­form. We knew Ju­lia would nail it but who knew our vet was a triple threat?”

Ten keeps celebrity de­tails a closely guarded se­cret un­til con­tes­tants are re­vealed for their six-week stint in the African jun­gle when the show pre­mieres early next year.

The first clue has been re­leased though, sug­gest­ing it will be “two Aussie icons in the mid­dle of Aus­tralia’s big­gest feud”.

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