‘What the hell just happened?’ Former foreign minister Julie Bishop reveals her surprising new career move
Julie Bishop has been enjoying her time in the celebrity spotlight since stepping away from politics two years ago.
And now the former foreign minister has a new television gig lined up with none other than comedian Joel Creasey.
The 64-year-old is set to appear alongside a number of other celebrities on Channel 10 clip show What The Hell Just Happened?
She’s back! Former foreign minister Julie Bishop has landed a new TV gig on Channel 10
The series will feature a slew of stars reacting to viral videos and news events from the past 12 months.
According to TV Blackbox, Julie will be tasked with watching Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s X-rated WAP video.
Kate Langbroek will narrate the series, while the likes of Waleed Aly, Julia Morris, Joel Creasey, Beau Ryan, Jess Eva and many more will appear.
What The Hell Just Happened? is set to premiere on April 5.
Hilarious: The 64-year-old is set to appear alongside a number of other celebrities, including Joel Creasey (right), on Channel 10’s new clip show What The Hell Just Happened?
Last month, Julie flaunted her new shoulder-length hair in a series of glamorous photos on Instagram.
‘Back in Sydney (1st time since #covid_19 disrupted our lives!) for series of International Women’s Day events,’ she captioned the post.
Julie looked chic in high-waisted black pants, which she paired with a white shirt.
Stunning: Last month, Julie flaunted her new shoulder-length hair in a series of glamorous photos on Instagram
She wore black pointy-toe stilettos, and accessorised with expensive-looking jewellery, while her blonde hair was styled loosely.
Fans were quick to comment on the post, praising Julie’s elegant sense of style and begging her to return to politics.
Julie retired from federal politics in 2019, and was the first woman to hold the role of deputy leader of the Liberal Party.
‘Her passion that she has always brought to her role, the dignity and grace that she has always demonstrated in every single role she has held,’ Prime Minister Scott Morrison told Parliament in February 2019.
‘She is an incredibly classy individual. Her successor will have big shoes to fill, and we know that Julie has the best shoes in Parliament.’
Powerful: Julie retired from federal politics in 2019, and was the first woman to hold the role of deputy leader of the Liberal Party