Prior is a shooting star

Herald Sun, Saturday, October 2, 2004
‘‘I don’t really dig Victoria Beckham. I’m not
going to sit through her miming a song six
times.’’ — Guy Sebastian says what he
thought of the Posh one at World Idol last
Luke Dennehy mixes it with actors,
footballers and partying celebs
Fresh hair shots
The temperature was rising at
Heat on Monday for the
American Crew Men on Parade
hair show. The highlight was the
opening act by McKillop St salon
Man What a Fuss.
Featuring former Melbourne
Storm league player Craig Smith,
who is the ex of Krista Vendy, and
former AFL footballer John
McNamara, the boys waltzed
down the catwalk and tried a little
line dancing, which was amusing.
I’m guessing the mainly female
audience weren’t paying any
attention to their hair.
Full points for bravery, boys,
because modelling is not their
No.1 job.
There were several themed
parades on the night, including
Western, Extreme Sport, Preppie
and the Beach.
Face of the recent fashion week
David Brodziak was in the
Extreme Sport-themed parade
titled Just Do It.
Pictures: ANDREW MacCOLL
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Boys on top: Nathan Stribley
and Luke Browne.
Brush up: Dalton Grant gets his
hair styled by Dani Munsie.
Heads you win: cowboy crew Craig Smith, John McNamara and Gary Hawker. Picture: JOE MANN
Prior is a shooting star
Once again Marina Prior
proved why she is one of
Australia’s best musical
Opening sight: Jackie Rae
Luthgo at the Annie party.
performers on Wednesday night.
Prior was the lead attraction in
classic roof-raiser Annie Get Your
Gun, the last musical put on by
Jeanne Pratt’s the Production
Company this year.
Prior impressed everybody on
the night, including young
daughter Olivia, who was in the
The show, choreographed by
acclaimed dancer Paul Mecurio,
ends tonight at the State Theatre.
As are most of the Production
Company’s shows, Annie was put
together very quickly — 10 days in
The after-party was held at the
ANZ Pavilion at the Arts Centre,
and more than a little champagne
was drunk.
Glass act:
Daniel Humphries
and Leigh Irwin at the after-party.
Three’s a crowd pleaser: at
the bash are Ranjeet Starr, Renee
Burleigh and Paul Mercurio.
As well as Prior, the cast
includes Terence Donovan, Scott
Irwin, Nicki Wendt, Renee
Burleigh and Ranjeet Starr.
The last major musical I saw
Prior in was The Witches of
Eastwick — somebody should sign
her up to another one now.
Youngest fan: Marina Prior with
her daughter, Olivia.
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