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Marcia Hines
AM
Hines in 2014
Hines in 2014
Background information
Birth nameMarcia Elaine Hines
Also known asShantee Renee
Monica Hindmarsh
Born (1953-07-20) July 20, 1953 (age 69)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
OriginBoston, U.S.
GenresPop, disco, R&B, jazz, gospel, funk
Occupation(s)Singer, TV personality
Years active1970–present
LabelsWizard, Warner, Liberation, Universal
Websitemarciahines.com.au

Marcia Elaine Hines, AM (born July 20, 1953), is an American-Australian vocalist and TV personality.[1] Hines made her debut, at the age of 16, in the Australian production of the stage musical Hair[2][3] and followed with the role of Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar.[2][4][5][6] She achieved her greatest commercial successes as a recording artist during the late 1970s with several hit singles, including cover versions of "Fire and Rain", "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself", "You" and "Something's Missing (In My Life)"; and her Top Ten albums Marcia Shines, Shining and Ladies and Gentlemen.[5][6] Hines was voted "Queen of Pop" by TV Week's readers for three consecutive years from 1976.[5][6]

Hines stopped recording in the early 1980s[7] until she returned with Right Here and Now in 1994,[6][8] the same year she became an Australian citizen.[2][9] She was the subject of the 2001 biography Diva: the life of Marcia Hines,[10] which coincided with the release of the compilation album Diva.[9] From 2003 to 2009 she was a judge on Australian Idol, and her elevated profile led to a renewed interest in her as a performer. Her 2006 album, Discotheque, peaked at number 6 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) albums chart.[2][11] Hines was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame on July 18, 2007.[12][13][14]

Hines is the mother of singer Deni Hines, with whom she performed on the duet single "Stomp!" (2006).[11]

Life and career[edit]

Early life[edit]

Hines was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Jamaican parents,[6] Eugene and Esmeralda Hines.[9] Eugene died when Hines was six months old due to an operation to remove shrapnel from a war wound.[9][15] Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell was her cousin,[7][16] as is the performer Grace Jones.[17] She was raised with her older brother Dwight, by their mother and began singing as a nine-year-old in her church choir. By her teens she was performing with groups in her local area and briefly used the stage-name Shantee Renee.[9] At 14, Hines won a scholarship to the New England Conservatory of Music but left after three months.[2] A month after turning 16, Hines attended the Woodstock Festival.[17]

1970–1974: Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar[edit]

At the age of 16, Hines was discovered by Australian entrepreneur Harry M. Miller and director Jim Sharman who were visiting the U.S. to audition African-American singers in preparation for the new season of the Australian stage production of Hair, which had already premiered in Sydney on June 6, 1969.[3][18] Because she was underage, Miller was made her legal guardian.[15] When she made her debut in April 1970, Hines became the youngest person in the world to play a featured role in any production of Hair.[3] It was produced by Miller and directed by Sharman. Fellow performers included Keith Glass, Sharon Redd, Reg Livermore, John Waters and Victor Willis.[3] During the show's run Hines learned she was pregnant; her daughter, Deni Hines, was born on September 4, 1970, and nine days later Hines returned to the stage to continue her role.[3][19] The show was a major success. Hines was well received and an Australian tour followed.[3] Miller and Sharman approached her to play Mary Magdalene in the Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar and Hines assumed the role from Michele Fawdon in the summer of 1973 with Hines' tenure in the role until February 1974 making her a major star in Australia.[4] Other cast members included Trevor White, Jon English, Doug Parkinson, Stevie Wright and John Paul Young.[4]

1974–1984: Queen of Pop and beyond[edit]

When Jesus Christ Superstar finished in February 1974, Hines joined the jazz orchestra Daly-Wilson Big Band,[6] releasing the album Daly-Wilson Big Band featuring Marcia Hines in 1975.[20] Hines' vocals were on the cover songs "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?".[21] Hines toured with Daly-Wilson Big Band from Australia to United States, supporting B. B. King and Wilson Pickett in Los Angeles, then to Europe and into Soviet Union for a month.[6] During late 1974 Hines also performed as the backing vocalist on Jim Keays' solo concept album The Boy from the Stars.

A record contract with Robie Porter's Wizard Records in July 1974 led to Hines' first solo single, a cover version of James Taylor's "Fire and Rain",[6] that peaked at number 17 on the Australian singles charts in May 1975.[11][22] Five Top Ten singles were released between 1976 and 1979, including her cover versions of Artie Wayne's "From the Inside", Burt Bacharach/Hal David's "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself", "What I Did for Love" (from A Chorus Line) and Karen Carpenter's "Something's Missing (in My Life)".[22]

Hines' biggest hit was with Tom Snow's "You", which reached number 2 in the singles charts in Australia in October 1977.[22] It was an up-tempo dance song, later covered in the U.S. by Rita Coolidge.[23] The song, however, nearly didn't make it to Marcia. Robie Porter had put the song into his "don't use" pile. Mark Kennedy, her backing band's drummer (ex-Spectrum, Doug Parkinson in Focus, Ayers Rock), saw the sheet music in the studio and began arguing the songs' worth to Porter. Porter subsequently changed his mind about the song.[10]

Top Ten Australian album chart success also occurred in the 1970s with Marcia Shines peaking at number 4 in January 1976, Shining number 3 in November 1976, Ladies and Gentlemen number 6 in August 1977 and Marcia Hines Live Across Australia number 7 in March 1978.[22] Her albums have sold close to a million copies and Hines was the first Australian female performer to attain a Platinum record.[7]

Hines was voted "Queen of Pop", the country's most popular female performer, each year from 1976 to 1978, by the readers of TV Week.[2][5][15] Hines was Australia's best-selling local act for 1977 and 1978, and she was the top concert attraction for 1976–1979 inclusive.[2] Her success had been boosted by appearances on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's (ABC) popular TV music show Countdown.[6][15] Her touring band, the Marcia Hines Band, included Kennedy, bass guitarist Jackie Orszaczky, lead guitarist Stephen Housden (later of Little River Band) and drummer/percussionist Peter Whitford.[5][6] Hines was married to Kennedy during the late-1970s; he designed and made an elaborate and colourful stage costume for her.[24] In 1978 and 1979, Hines also had her own TV series, Marcia Hines Music on the ABC.[5][25]

By November 1979, Hines had fallen out with Wizard Records' owner Robie Porter,[6] and moved on to the Midnight label under Warner Music Australia,[5] after waiting out her contract she returned to recording to achieve a few more hits including the dance track version of Dusty Springfield's "Your Love Still Brings Me to My Knees", which reached Top Ten in 1981.[22] A compilation Greatest Hits, released by Porter's Wizard Records, peaked at number 2 in January 1982.[22] In April 1981, Hines' brother Dwight committed suicide, and Hines later recalled being given the news by her mother.[17]

So she called, so I knew something was very, very, very wrong. So the first thing I said is, 'What's wrong with Deni?' And she said, 'Deni's fine. Your brother's dead.' My mother was to the point, you know, I said, 'What do you mean he's dead?' and I started boo-hooing, and she said, 'Shut up.' She said, 'Look, I took that child through measles, mumps and chicken pox. I gave birth to that child. That's my son, don't cry. Go home and bury him.' And I did just that.[17][26]

— Marcia Hines, November 16, 2007

Hines combined with fellow Jesus Christ Superstar artist Jon English to release a duet single "Jokers & Queens" and an associated six-track mini-album Jokers and Queens in July 1982.[27] The album reached No. 36 and the single peaked at number 62 on their respective charts.[22] Her next album, Love Sides, and its singles, "Love Side" and "Shadow in the Night", did not chart.[6] Hines returned to theatre for a Jesus Christ Superstar revival in late 1983,[5] and she then decided to devote more time to raising her daughter. During this time, she suffered with health and relationship problems.[6][15][17]

1984–1994: Hiatus[edit]

Theatre projects for Hines, from 1984, included Big River, Are You Lonesome Tonight? and Jerry's Girls.[19] In 1986, a fall in her kitchen resulted in the diagnosis of her diabetes, which was treated by daily injections of insulin, careful monitoring of her diet and a commitment to fitness.[6][19] Hines performed the closing act of the 1990 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. It was a turning point for her and she later described the crowd ovation her most pleasing audience reception ever.[17] Hines decided she would return to singing, while her daughter Deni was achieving her own successes initially singing with Rockmelons for their top-five hits "Ain't No Sunshine" and "That Word (L.O.V.E.)" and then solo for her top-five "It's Alright".[28] Hines returned to the stage with a performance in The Masters of Rhythm and Taste in 1993.[5][6]

1994–2002: Recording again[edit]

In March 1994, Hines toured nationally for the first time in seven years.[6] She signed a new contract with Warner Music Australia to release Right Here and Now in October, which peaked at number 21;[11] its singles included "Rain (Let the Children Play)", which peaked at number 47, and "Give it All You've Got", which had less success.[11] Her career was gradually revived with concert and TV appearances.[6] By 1998, Hines enlisted Rockmelons' members Bryon Jones and Ray Medhurst as producers for Time of Our Lives, which charted from August 1999 and peaked at number 17. The singles "Flashdance, What a Feeling" (originally recorded by Irene Cara) and "Time of Our Lives" were released with the latter peaking at No. 31.[11] Hines recorded "Rise", an official song for the Australian team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.[6] In September 2001, music producer and writer, Karen Dewey wrote Hines' fully authorised biography Diva: the life of Marcia Hines[6][10] and Hines released a companion compilation CD, Diva, in October.[6][9]

2003–2010: Australian Idol and more[edit]

In May 2003, Hines endured the illness and death of her mother Esme;[9][15][17] she returned to the public eye with her role as a judge on the television show Australian Idol from July 27, 2003. She has been described as "the nice judge" and has been accused of being a "fence-sitter"[29] – unable to provide criticism of any kind. Hines counters such criticism with: "Well, you know, I'm living it, if you get my drift, so the advice I give the kids is the advice I'm living."[30] The success of the program has led to further interest in her as a recording artist, and in 2004 she released an album of cover versions, titled Hinesight – Songs from the Journey which featured a duet, with former Home and Away star Belinda Emmett, "Shower the People".[31] In 2005, Hines released a remixed version of her earlier hit "You", followed in 2006 by Discotheque, an album containing her versions of disco classics, which peaked at number 6.[11] Hines made a cameo appearance on Neighbours in early 2007; on 18 July, she was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. In November 2007, Hines released a new album, Life, and during December she toured in support of Lionel Richie.[32] From August 31, 2008, the sixth season of Australian Idol was broadcast, with Hines continuing as a judge, and she is the only judge to appear in every season of Australian Idol.

2010–present: continued success[edit]

In October 2010, Hines released Marcia Sings Tapestry, a tribute to Carole King's 1971 album Tapestry; it peaked at number 16. In April 2014, Hines released her first album of original material in two decades, called Amazing.[33] It spawned three singles and peaked at No. 27 in Australia.[34] In 2015, Hines starred on stage in the disco musical Velvet, with performances at the Adelaide Fringe, Brisbane and Edinburgh. Velvet played at the Sydney Opera House from late 2015. In early 2015, Marcia Hines covered the song "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'", specifically for the trailer of season two of The Real Housewives of Melbourne.[35]

Personal life[edit]

Hines has a daughter, Deni Hines, who was born in Australia on September 4, 1970. Hines had been performing in Hair since she was 17 years old.[3][36] Hines has been married four times: French businessman Andre DeCarpentry, keyboard player Jamie McKinley, businessman Ghassan Bayni, and, in April 2005, she married Christopher Morrissey, whom she divorced in 2014.[33]

Hines grew up with asthma, missing months of schooling as a result of life-threatening attacks,[37] and was diagnosed with diabetes after collapsing at her home in 1986.[19] Her elder brother Dwight's death by suicide, in April 1981, devastated Hines, but her mother Esmeralda (Esme) helped her through their grief.[17] Esme relocated to Australia to live with Hines and Deni in the 1980s, and she died in May 2003.[9]

Discography[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

ARIA Music Awards[edit]

The ARIA Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony that recognises excellence, innovation, and achievement across all genres of Australian music. They commenced in 1987. Hines was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2007.[38]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1989 "The Lords Prayer" ARIA Award for Best Female Artist Nominated
2000 Time of Our Lives ARIA Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album Nominated
2007 herself ARIA Hall of Fame inductee

Australia Day Honours[edit]

On January 26, 2009, Hines was appointed as Member, Order of Australia for service to the entertainment industry as a performer, judge and mentor, and to the community through a range of charitable organisations.[39]

Australian Women in Music Awards[edit]

The Australian Women in Music Awards is an annual event that celebrates outstanding women in the Australian Music Industry who have made significant and lasting contributions in their chosen field. They commenced in 2018.

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2019[40] Marcia Hines Lifetime Achievement Award Nominated

King of Pop Awards[edit]

The King of Pop Awards were voted by the readers of TV Week. The King of Pop award started in 1967 and ran through to 1978.[41][42]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1976 herself Queen of Pop Won
1977 herself Queen of Pop Won
1978 herself Queen of Pop Won

Mo Awards[edit]

The Australian Entertainment Mo Awards (commonly known informally as the Mo Awards), were annual Australian entertainment industry awards. They recognise achievements in live entertainment in Australia from 1975 to 2016. Marcia Hines won one award in that time.[43]

Year Nominee / work Award Result (wins only)
2004 Marcia Hines Classic Rock Performer of the Year Won

TV Week / Countdown Awards[edit]

Countdown was an Australian pop music TV series on national broadcaster ABC-TV from 1974 to 1987, it presented music awards from 1979 to 1987, initially in conjunction with magazine TV Week. The TV Week / Countdown Awards were a combination of popular-voted and peer-voted awards.[44]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1979 herself Most Popular Female Performer Nominated
1981 herself Most Popular Female Performer Nominated

FILM

Year Film Character Type
1993 Frauds Performer Feature film
2003 The Night We Called It A Day Manicurist Feature film

TELEVISION

Year Program Performance Type
1972;1975 GTK Herself ABC TV series
1972 ABC News Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
1973 The True Blue Show Herself TV series, 1 episode
1975 GTK Performs "Eleanor Rigby" ABC TV series, 1 episode
1975 The Norman Gunston Show Performs "Imagination" ABC TV series, 1 episode
1975 Countdown Performs "Fire And Rain" ABC TV series
1975 Celebrity Squares Herself TV series, 1 episode
1976-1978 TV Week King Of Pop Herself TV special
1976 Countdown Performs "Shining" ABC TV series
1976 Countdown Performs "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" ABC TV series
1977 Top of the World Herself TV series NZ
1977 Countdown Performs "What I Did For Love" ABC TV series
1977 Flashez Herself ABC TV series
1977 Countdown Performs "You" ABC TV series
1978 Marcia Hines Live Across Australia Herself TV special
1978;1979 Marcia Hines Music Herself TV series
1978 The Don Lane Show Performs "Let The Music Play" TV series, 1 episode
1978 The Paul Hogan Show Performs "Let The Music Play" TV series, 1 episode
1978 Countdown Performs "You" ABC TV series
1978 Countdown Performs "Let The Music Play" ABC TV series
1978 TV Week King Of Pop Herself - Nominee TV special
1979 Hey Hey It's Saturday Performs "Somethings Missing (In My Life)" TV series, 1 episode
1979 Countdown Performs "Somethings Missing (In My Life)" ABC TV series
1979 The Don Lane Show Performs "Somethings Missing (In My Life)" TV series, 1 episode
1979;1981 Parkinson In Australia Performs "Something's Missing (In My Life)" ABC TV series
1979 Rocktober - Concert Of The Decade Performs "You" TV special
1979 Sammy Awards Performs "Somethings Missing (In My Life)" TV special
1979 Festival Of Sydney: New Year's Eve Concert Herself / Singer TV special
1981 1981 Countdown Rock Music Awards Herself ABC TV special
1981 Countdown Performs "Your Love (Still Brings Me To My Knees)" ABC TV series
1981 The Don Lane Show Herself TV series
1981 Parkinson In Australia Performs "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling w Jon English ABC TV series
1981 Bio's Bahnhof Performs "Your Love (Still Brings Me To My Knees)" TV series GERMANY
1982 Countdown Performs "Take It From The Boys" ABC TV series
1982 Countdown Performs "What A Bitch Is Love" ABC TV series
1982 The Don Lane Show Performs "What A Bitch Is Love" TV series
1982 Countdown Performs "Jokers & Queens" w Jon English ABC TV series
1982 Hey Hey It's Saturday Performs "Jokers & Queens" w Jon English TV series
1982 The Don Lane Show Performs "Jokers & Queens" w Jon English TV series
1983 Na sowas! Herself TV series GERMANY
1983 The Daryl Somers Show Herself sings TV series, 1 episode
1983 The Sydney Entertainment Centre Opening Spectacular Concert Performs Medley TV special
1985 The 27th Annual TV Week Logie Awards Herself sings "Electric Dreams" TV special
1985 Daryl Somers Blankety Blanks Herself - Panel TV series, 2 episodes
1986 The Midday Show Herself TV series, 1 episode
1986 The Two Ronnies In Australia Performs "Heart Like A Radio" TV series, 1 episode
1988 The N.S.W. Royal Bicentennial Concert Performs "You" TV special
1992 The Main Event Herself TV series, 1 episode
1992 Seven Nightly News Herself TV series, 1 episode
1993 Vidiot Herself - Guest Questioner ABC TV series, 1 episode
1994 Hey Hey It's Saturday Performs "Rain (Let The Children Play)" TV series
1994 Midday With Derryn Hinch Performs "Rain (Let The Children Play) TV series
1994 At Home Herself TV series, 1 episode
1994 Mulray Performs "Rain (Let The Children Play)" TV series
1994 Real Life Herself TV series
1994 Live It Up Herself TV series
1994 TVTV: Countdown 30th Anniversary Special Herself ABC TV special
1994;1995 Good Morning Australia Herself TV series
1994 The Midday Show Performs "Give It All You've Got" TV series, 1 episode
1995 Good Morning Australia Herself TV series, 1 episode
1996 When Rock Was Young: The 70s Herself (archive clip) TV special
1998 Midday With Kerri-Anne Herself sings "The Time Of Our Lives" TV series, 1 episode
1998 Aria Awards Herself - Presenter TV special
1998;1999 E News Herself TV series, 1 episode
1998;1999 Today Tonight Herself with Belinda Emmett, Jenny Morris & Wendy Matthews TV series, 1 episode
1999 Hey Hey It's Saturday Herself sings "The Time Of Our Lives" TV series, 1 episode
1999 Hey Hey It's Saturday Herself sings "What A Feeling" TV series, 1 episode
1999 E News Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Eleven A.M. Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Denise Herself TV series, 2 episodes
1999 Laws Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Today Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Good Morning Australia Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Denise Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999;2000 Good News Week Night Lite Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Burke's Backyard Herself - Celebrity Gardener TV series, 1 episode
1999 Fox Studios Australia: The Grand Opening Herself with Kylie Minogue & Tina Arena sing "My Heart Will Go On" TV special
1999 Today Tonight Herself TV series, 1 episode
1999 Hey Hey It's Saturday Final show Herself sings "Woo Me" TV series, 1 episode
2000;2004 The Panel Herself TV series, 1 episode
2000 The Morning Show Herself TV series, 1 episode
2000-2010 Good News Week Herself TV series, 5 episodes
2000 Good Morning Australia Herself TV series, 1 episode
2000 Today Herself TV series, 1 episode
2000 Studio 22 Herself in concert ABC TV series
2000 The Bob Downe Show Herself TV series, 1 episode
2001 Ten News Herself TV series, 1 episode
2001 This Is Your Life Herself TV series, 1 episode
2001 Mum's The Word Herself SBS TV series, 2 episodes
2001 Mum's The Word Herself sings SBS TV series, 1 episode
2001 NRL Grand Final Herself sings "I've Got To Believe" TV special
2001 Rove Live Herself sings "I've Got To Believe" TV series, 1 episode
2001 Surprise Surprise Herself & Deni Hines TV series, 1 episode
2002 Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? Herself TV series, 1 episode
2002 We'll Call You Herself - Guest judge TV series, 1 episode
2002 People Dimensions Herself & John Paul Young ABC TV series, 1 episode
2002 The Guest List Herself TV series, 1 episode
2002 An Hour With Marcia Hines Herself TV special
2002 Long Way To The Top: Live In Concert Herself sings "You're Love Still Brings Me To My Knees" / "You" TV special
2003-2009 Australian Idol Herself as Talent judge TV series, 232 episodes
2003 Love Is In The Air Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode "She's Leaving Home"
2003 The 17th Annual ARIA Awards Herself TV special
2004 Australia Day Concert Herself in concert TV special
2004 Concert For Holly Herself TV special
2004 Good Morning Australia Herself TV series, 1 episode
2004 Today Herself TV series, 1 episode
2004 Mornings Herself TV series, 1 episode
2004 George Negus Tonight Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2004 The Panel Herself TV series, 1 episode
2004 The 18th Annual ARIA Awards Herself TV special
2004 An Audience With Marcia Hines Herself in concert TV special
2005 New Zealand Idol Herself - Guest judge TV series, 1 episode
2005 Video Hits Presents Herself TV special
2005 The 19th Annual ARIA Awards Herself TV special
2005;2006 The Know Herself TV series, 1 episode
2005 Talking Heads Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2006 Mornings With Kerri-Anne Herself TV series, 1 episode
2006 Today Herself TV series, 1 episode
2006 CD Live Herself sings "Disco Inferno TV series, 1 episode
2006 Enough Rope With Andrew Denton Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2006 The Aria Hall Of Fame Herself - Inductee, sings "You" TV special
2006 The Know Herself TV series, 1 episode
2006 The Footy Show Herself sings "Disco Inferno" TV series, 1 episode
2006 Video Hits Herself TV series, 1 episode
2006 The Countdown Spectacular Concert 2006 Herself sings "You" ABC TV special
2006 David Tench Tonight Herself TV series, 1 episode
2006 Rove Live Herself & Deni Hines sing "Stomp!" TV series, 1 episode
2006 Aria 20 & Counting Herself TV special
2007 The Annual Sunrise Good Friday Appeal Herself sings "Get Here" TV special
2007 Neighbours Herself TV series, 1 episode
2008 This Is Your Life Herself TV series, 1 episode
2009 The 51st Annual TV Week Logie Awards Herself TV special
2009 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation Herself TV series, 1 episode
2009 The Project Herself TV series, 1 episode
2010-2016 Telethon Herself TV special
2010 Sunrise Herself sings "I Feel The Earth Move" TV series, 1 episode
2010 Kerri-Anne Herself sings "I Feel The Earth Move" TV series, 1 episode
2011 Max Sessions: Marcia Hines Herself in concert TV special
2011;2012 The Circle Herself TV series, 1 episode
2011 RockWiz Herself SBS TV series, 1 episode
2011 Balls of Steel Australia Herself TV series
2011;2018 Spicks & Specks Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2012 The Circle Herself TV series, 1 episode
2012 I Will Survive Herself TV series, 1 episode
2012 Long Way To The Top 10th Anniversary Concert Herself TV special
2013 Tractor Monkeys Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2013 Smooth Music Channel Launch Herself & Cameron Daddo TV special
2014 Marcia & Deni Hines Mother's Day Smooth Top 40 Countdown Herself & Deni Hines TV special
2014 Sunrise Herself TV series, 1 episode
2014;2018 The Morning Show Herself sings "Amazing" / What's The Buzz segment TV series, 1 episode
2014 The Daily Edition Herself TV series, 1 episode
2014;2018 Studio 10 Herself sings "Amazing" TV series, 1 episode
2014;2016 Today Extra Herself TV series, 1 episode
2014 Countdown: Do Yourself A Favour Herself ABC TV special
2014 The 28th Annual ARIA Awards Herself TV special
2015 The Living Room Herself TV series, 1 episode
2015 One Plus One Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2016 Today Herself TV series, 1 episode
2016;2021 Today Extra Herself TV series, 1 episode
2016 Helpmann Awards Herself sings "Disco Inferno" TV special
2016 Molly: The Real Thing Herself TV special
2017 Classic Countdown Herself - Archive clips ABC TV series
2018 Spicks & Specks Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2018;2019 Studio 10 Herself TV series, 1 episode
2018;2021 The Morning Show Herself TV series, 1 episode
2018 Mateship Australia & USA: A Century Together Herself TV special
2019 Studio 10 Herself TV series, 1 episode
2019 ABC New Year's Eve Concert Herself ABC TV special
2020 The 34th Annual ARIA Awards Herself TV special
2020 The Sound Herself with Russell Morris, Didirri, Andy Bull & Mia Wray (Max Merritt Tribute) ABC TV series, 1 episode
2021 Today Extra Herself & Leo Sayer ABC TV series
2021 The Morning Show Herself & Leo Sayer TV series, 1 episode
2021 Anh's Brush With Fame Herself TV series, 1 episode
2022 News Breakfast Herself ABC TV series, 1 episode
2022 Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery Herself & John Waters ABC TV series, 1 episode
2022 ABC 90 Celebrate! Herself ABC TV special
2022 Sunrise Herself TV series, 1 episode

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