Angie Kent & The Side Of Reality TV Culture We Need To Call Out


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On the show today…

The ARIA Awards took place at Taronga Zoo in Sydney last night and we need to talk about the winners list because it was packed with a whole lot of diverse artists who deserve to be celebrated.

Plus, The Jonas Brothers Family Roast came out on Netflix last night which saw the superstar brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick sit for an hour while friends and family cracked jokes about their inflated egos, solo careers (or lack thereof) and those purity rings. Now we need to talk through the wildest moments.

And, it's the Australian TV story everyone is talking about today. Channel Nine have axed a 2022 Married At First Sight contestant following concern over his previous online behaviour. The groom in question had posted incredibly problematic content across his social media accounts and a number of women in Australian media, including Angie Kent, called out the problem with TV shows including behaviour like this.


Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Kee Reece

Producers: Laura Brodnik & Madeline Joannou

Audio Producer: Leah Porges


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