Ge­orgie Parker

Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Columnist -

In less than a decade, your Home And Away char­ac­ter has nearly died, had mul­ti­ple flings and a sur­prise preg­nancy. If it was up to you, what would be next for Roo? A fab­u­lous hol­i­day in Europe to get over it all. And just for the record, all those flings have been with younger men… As a Play School alum­nus, is mak­ing sheep out of toi­let rolls like rid­ing a bike?

Do­ing craft while singing and do­ing chore­og­ra­phy never got any eas­ier. I once made an ele­phant out of boxes that ended up look­ing like a T-rex.

Are those seven Lo­gies of yours proudly on dis­play in the lounge room or have you put them to prac­ti­cal uses around the home? If you study the de­sign of a Lo­gie, they are not re­ally that mul­ti­func­tional.

You’re the host of new dance spe­cial The All New Monty: Ladies’ Night. Were you into Flash­dance or Fame when you were a teen? As a dancer from age four to 20, I lived out mul­ti­ple

Fame fan­tasies in my classes. And it’s how I met [New Monty chore­og­ra­pher] Todd McKen­ney, aged 19. We did a pas de deux class. Wasn’t I lucky!

The All New Monty: Ladies’ Night airs 7pm tonight on the Seven Net­work.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.