Jackie Gillies and Anthony Mundine encourage Bernard Tomic on I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!

Newcastle psychic Jackie Gillies counsels depressed tennis misfit Bernard Tomic Deep Discussion: Jackie Gillies and Anthony Mundine trying to lift the spirits of Bernard Tomic, who was feeling depressed.
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Ben Gillies shows his wife’s new TV gig.

Jackie Gillies.

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Jackie, known for starring on The Real Housewives of Melbourne and for being a “professional psychic”,is in the SouthAfrican junglewith nine other contestants.

Among them are Anthony Mundine, Bernard Tomic, Shannon Nolland Tiffany [aflame-haired pop star from the ‘80s].

You might remember those heartfelt lyrics: “I think we’re alone now, there doesn’t seem to be anyone around, I think we’re alone now, the beating of our hearts is the only sound”.

Ben Gillies shows his wife’s new TV gig.

Those lyrics were touching, as was Jackie Gillies’ heartfelt effort to prevent a depressed Tomic –the Aussie tennis misfit – from quitting the show on its second night, after he struggled with a terrifying challenge.

Tomic had to walk on a narrow bridgeoff a 200-metre high cliff, while wearinggoggles that made his vision become upside down. Hehad to reach out to grab big yellow stars towin points for a decent dinner for his camp mates.

How about the fall from Tomic. He really struggled out there under intense conditions. Welcome to #ImACelebrityAU! pic.twitter苏州夜总会招聘/AQdMbDxxQS

— #ImACelebrityAU (@ImACelebrityAU) January 29, 2018Melon ManiaSticking with the Silverchair theme, a “melon rescue” will be held at The Edwards in Newcastle West on Wednesday.

The former band’s bassistChris Joannou is a co-owner of the cafe and bar, which willhost “melon mania” from 10am to 6pm.

So-called “warpaint watermelons” grown on Moore Farm at Wollombiare ripe for the picking.

They’ll be available straight from the back of a truck, old-school style. We hear they’re juicy and sweet. And if people don’t buy them, they’ll go to waste.

There are100 melons on offer,eight to 20 kilograms in size, costing$8 to $12.

Melon party anyone?

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