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Remember When…
The Chaser’s musical maestro Andrew Hansen’s rapier wit, comic timing and love of public speaking make him the perfect host for ABC TV’s new talent show with a twist - Strictly Speaking.
Andrew made an early start on public speaking.
"As the performing monkey of my family, I’ve been wheeled out at every wedding since infancy," he said.
"By some cosmic error I was made school captain. Very soon the staff realised what a mistake had been made, as I exploited my weekly speeches to air controversial opinions and make woeful jokes."
"In the Lions Club’s annual speaking contest I pretended to faint mid-speech, which they unfortunately thought was real, and they were so scandalised by my efforts they rightly threw me out."
"Later I went to uni and dabbled in the debating scene there. I escaped quickly as it was a bit daunting and pretentious! For me, the best speeches are hugely entertaining and funny and moving – they’re the kinds of speeches you’ll see on Strictly Speaking."
On hosting Strictly Speaking, Andrew said: “The wonderful thing about Strictly Speaking is that the brave contestants spring from all walks of life. That means their speeches are brimming with an incredible range of ideas, laughs, inspirations, outrages, and the occasional mad mishap.
"The judges too are a joy, all wise and sparkling. Now if only the ABC would sack that disrespectful host who doesn’t take any of it seriously, it’d be the perfect show."

Source: ABC

what a fucking dapper photo 

Remember When…

The Chaser’s musical maestro Andrew Hansen’s rapier wit, comic timing and love of public speaking make him the perfect host for ABC TV’s new talent show with a twist - Strictly Speaking.

Andrew made an early start on public speaking.

"As the performing monkey of my family, I’ve been wheeled out at every wedding since infancy," he said.

"By some cosmic error I was made school captain. Very soon the staff realised what a mistake had been made, as I exploited my weekly speeches to air controversial opinions and make woeful jokes."

"In the Lions Club’s annual speaking contest I pretended to faint mid-speech, which they unfortunately thought was real, and they were so scandalised by my efforts they rightly threw me out."

"Later I went to uni and dabbled in the debating scene there. I escaped quickly as it was a bit daunting and pretentious! For me, the best speeches are hugely entertaining and funny and moving – they’re the kinds of speeches you’ll see on Strictly Speaking."

On hosting Strictly Speaking, Andrew said: “The wonderful thing about Strictly Speaking is that the brave contestants spring from all walks of life. That means their speeches are brimming with an incredible range of ideas, laughs, inspirations, outrages, and the occasional mad mishap.

"The judges too are a joy, all wise and sparkling. Now if only the ABC would sack that disrespectful host who doesn’t take any of it seriously, it’d be the perfect show."

Source: ABC

  1. clivepughofficial reblogged this from paulinehansonvevo and added:
    Aww god look at his sweet face. Poor Andrew that show was his baby and he tried so hard
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