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Illawarra Mercury
Obsolete spells the end for TV’s Quinnyear, Quinn was one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 selected to compete in
Obsolete spells the end for TV’s Quinn
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
year, Quinn was one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 selected to compete in the reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. In the first episode, Quinn was up against three other boys Joel, Rory and Zachary in his... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hopeevery time an eight-year-old selects the incorrect vowel. Softening the blow: T
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hope
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
every time an eight-year-old selects the incorrect vowel. Softening the blow: The Great Australian Spelling Bee hosts Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer. Photo: Nigel Wright The Great Australian Spelling Bee is produced by Endemol Shine, the mob... Read more
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11d
WA Today
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hopeevery time an eight-year-old selects the incorrect vowel. Softening the blow: T
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hope
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
every time an eight-year-old selects the incorrect vowel. Softening the blow: The Great Australian Spelling Bee hosts Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer. Photo: Nigel Wright The Great Australian Spelling Bee is produced by Endemol Shine, the mob... Read more
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11d
Sydney Morning Herald
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hopea life of incessant over-sharing and public approval-seeking. Softening the blo
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hope
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
a life of incessant over-sharing and public approval-seeking. Softening the blow: The Great Australian Spelling Bee hosts Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer. Photo: Nigel Wright Then there's the inevitably brutal nature of the competition itself.... Read more
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Canberra Times
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hopea life of incessant over-sharing and public approval-seeking. Softening the blo
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hope
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
a life of incessant over-sharing and public approval-seeking. Softening the blow: The Great Australian Spelling Bee hosts Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer. Photo: Nigel Wright Then there's the inevitably brutal nature of the competition itself.... Read more
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11d
The Age
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hopea life of incessant over-sharing and public approval-seeking. Softening the blo
Spelling Bee has questionable attributes but ultimately exudes hope
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
a life of incessant over-sharing and public approval-seeking. Softening the blow: The Great Australian Spelling Bee hosts Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer. Photo: Nigel Wright Then there's the inevitably brutal nature of the competition itself.... Read more
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Daily Examiner
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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Northern Star
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
Northern Star / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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12d
Toowoomba Chronicle
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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Queensland Times
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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News Mail
What's on the small screen this weekof what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian
What's on the small screen this week
News Mail / Posted 12 days ago
of what's on the small screen this week: Sunday July 17: The Great Australian Spelling Bee, 6.30pm on Channel 10 Chrissie Swan and Grant Denyer in a scene from the second season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. Nigel Wright Ten's... Read more
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13d
Daily Examiner
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
Daily Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
Northern Star
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
Northern Star / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
The Daily Mercury
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
Queensland Times
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
The Morning Bulletin
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
News Mail
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Beethe show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competitio
Chrissie's buzzing about new season of Spelling Bee
News Mail / Posted 13 days ago
the show to the more family friendly 6.30pm time slot. The spelling competition needed to grow with its viewers, co-host Chrissie Swan tells The Guide. "There are less challenges per show," she says. "We get more time to enjoy the personalities... Read more
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13d
Perth Now
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the la
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the last person to know, apparently. “I think Chrissie would happily be my surrogate,” Creasey told the publication when asked if the topic had come up with his bestie. “I feel... Read more
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Herald Sun
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the la
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the last person to know, apparently. “I think Chrissie would happily be my surrogate,” Creasey told the publication when asked if the topic had come up with his bestie. “I feel... Read more
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14d
Daily Telegraph
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’Chrissie Swan having Joel Creasey’s baby? ‘What a load of bull****’ | Daily Tel
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Chrissie Swan having Joel Creasey’s baby? ‘What a load of bull****’ | Daily Telegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website ‘What a load of bull****’: Chrissie Swan slams rumours... Read more
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News.com.au
Chrissie and Joel’s ‘baby’? ‘What a load of bull****’Joel Creasey and Chrissie Swan will not be having kids together. CHRISSIE Swan
Chrissie and Joel’s ‘baby’? ‘What a load of bull****’
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Joel Creasey and Chrissie Swan will not be having kids together. CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the last person to know, apparently. New Idea published a story this week with a headline joyously exclaiming... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the la
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the last person to know, apparently. “I think Chrissie would happily be my surrogate,” Creasey told the publication when asked if the topic had come up with his bestie. “I feel... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the la
Chrissie slams tabloid: ‘What a load of bull****’
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
CHRISSIE Swan has signed up to be Joel Creasey’s surrogate — and she was the last person to know, apparently. “I think Chrissie would happily be my surrogate,” Creasey told the publication when asked if the topic had come up with his bestie. “I feel... Read more
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16d
News.com.au
The show that keeps Denyer on his toesRory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric FrearsonSource:News Corp
The show that keeps Denyer on his toes
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric FrearsonSource:News Corp Australia Both Denyer and his co-host Chrissie Swan say that working on a show which, in Swan’s words, “heroes the nerdy kid” has been an invaluable experience.... Read more
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16d
Adelaide Now
The show that keeps Denyer on his toeswith Emma, Faiza, Sophee, Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric
The show that keeps Denyer on his toes
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
with Emma, Faiza, Sophee, Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric Frearson Both Denyer and his co-host Chrissie Swan say that working on a show which, in Swan’s words, “heroes the nerdy kid” has been an invaluable experience.... Read more
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16d
Herald Sun
The show that keeps Denyer on his toeswith Emma, Faiza, Sophee, Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric
The show that keeps Denyer on his toes
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
with Emma, Faiza, Sophee, Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric Frearson Both Denyer and his co-host Chrissie Swan say that working on a show which, in Swan’s words, “heroes the nerdy kid” has been an invaluable experience.... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The show that keeps Denyer on his toeswith Emma, Faiza, Sophee, Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric
The show that keeps Denyer on his toes
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
with Emma, Faiza, Sophee, Rory, Alastair, Max, James, Zoe and Nia. Picture: Ric Frearson Both Denyer and his co-host Chrissie Swan say that working on a show which, in Swan’s words, “heroes the nerdy kid” has been an invaluable experience.... Read more
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17d
Kiama Independent
Wollongong boy competing in TV’s Great Australian Spelling Beebe the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this ye
Wollongong boy competing in TV’s Great Australian Spelling Bee
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
be the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this year’s reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. Quinn is one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 who will compete in a series of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong boy competing in TV’s Great Australian Spelling Beebe the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this ye
Wollongong boy competing in TV’s Great Australian Spelling Bee
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
be the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this year’s reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. Quinn is one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 who will compete in a series of... Read more
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17d
Kiama Independent
Meet the Wollongong boy competing in TV’s Great Australian Spelling Beebe the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this ye
Meet the Wollongong boy competing in TV’s Great Australian Spelling Bee
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
be the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this year’s reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. Quinn is one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 who will compete in a series of... Read more
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17d
Kiama Independent
Quinn’s spellbound by booksbe the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this ye
Quinn’s spellbound by books
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
be the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this year’s reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. Quinn is one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 who will compete in a series of... Read more
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18d
Kiama Independent
Quinn’s spellbound by booksbe the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this ye
Quinn’s spellbound by books
Kiama Independent / Posted 18 days ago
be the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this year’s reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. Quinn is one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 who will compete in a series of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Quinn’s spellbound by booksbe the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this ye
Quinn’s spellbound by books
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
be the youngest contestant, and the Illawarra’s only representative, on this year’s reality show hosted by Grant Denyer and Chrissie Swan for the WIN network. Quinn is one of 36 children aged from eight to 13 who will compete in a series of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Adele hypes fans Down Under while kicking off her US tourARIA chart Despite her uncertainty, Aussie fans began rejoicing prematurely on
Adele hypes fans Down Under while kicking off her US tour
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
ARIA chart Despite her uncertainty, Aussie fans began rejoicing prematurely on social media. Media personality, Chrissie Swan, couldn't contain her excitement on Instagram simply writing 'YES!' alongside a snapshot of a related news... Read more
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Herald Sun
Eddie’s ratings survive drowning gaffeshare. On GOLD FM, Jo Stanley and Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann went from a 6.1 shar
Eddie’s ratings survive drowning gaffe
Herald Sun / Posted 23 days ago
share. On GOLD FM, Jo Stanley and Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann went from a 6.1 share to a 5.4 share. Both teams were beaten by Chrissie Swan, Sam Pang and Jonathan Brown on Nova, who had a 6.4 share, and Mike Perso and Jennifer Hansen on Smooth FM, who... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dance and laugh with the bestArts Centre Melbourne until to Saturday (25th June, 2016) Then they are joined
Dance and laugh with the best
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted a month ago
Arts Centre Melbourne until to Saturday (25th June, 2016) Then they are joined by comedian Joel Creasey, who together with Chrissie Swan is hosting the 4 Orlando variety night featuring Julia Morris, Judith Lucy, Magda Szubanski, Jane Turner, Marg... Read more

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