Did you know there are 123 Oxford Streets in Australia? This year @ANZ_AU is spreading a little bit of magic from Sydney’s glittering golden mile to other Oxford Streets around the country for @sydneymardigras! Whilst it’s all glitter and rainbows in the big smoke it’s not always as inclusive everywhere, hopefully these art installations will be a positive conversation starter for people all around the country and a reminder that you are not alone. Swipe to have a look at these fabulously cute street sign makeovers, my fav is the Hills Hoist #EqualFuture
Being on @dancingon10 is so much fun, but I also really love for the first time ever people will see a same-sex partnership on the show! I remember how validating it was the first time I saw two men dancing together, we are just programmed in the world we live it to think that shouldn’t be a thing, but it totally should. Sure I might be sneaking in under the radar cause I’m dressed like a pretty lady...but to quote the great @sashavelour “Gender is a construct, tear it apart” #dwtsau
Red and Yellow and Purple and Blue… I could go on all day.
Colour really is as unique as you are and the peeps at Wella Professionals ANZ & I have made this cute vid all about it. Wella Professionals are leading experts in all things colour and hair. @wellapro_anz#LOVEINCOLOUR#ASKFORWELLA
Keep me on the dance floor by voting! Also it’s my birthday so you have to vote for me, it’s the rules!
SMS COURTNEY to 1995 1010, Charge $0.55 Ansible Helpline 1300 851 419. Voting is open 18/02/2019 at 19.30 AEDT and closes 25/02/2019 at 19.35 AEDT.
Yes, hello, it’s me, the Boss Lady from the cover of the Sun Herald TV Guide loft out today!
You guys...i am so 👏🏼 bloody 👏🏼 excited 👏🏼 for Dancing With The Stars! First LIVE episode is tomororw night! 7:30pm on Channel 10!
Went to see @nakkiah Lui’s new play How To Rule The World at the @sydneyoperahouse last night. Make sure you get out and see it during its run:
Sex, lies and the balance of power
An Aboriginal, an Asian and an Islander walk into a bar. It’s not the beginning of a racist joke, it’s the catalyst for a stinging satire on Australian politics from award-winning playwright Nakkiah Lui (Black is the New White).