“It is a format that they’ve bought from overseas that we’ll have a lot of fun with. It’s not an interview show.”
Kennerley’s name was attached to two projects for Seven when she left Nine (one being Dancing). So will she be the front-person for the new project?
“Yes. It should work out like that.”
Meanwhile her focus remains Dancing with the Stars with dance partner Carmello Pizzino and the rigorous rehearsals that are required.
“I’m having a lot of fun. During the week it’s a bit more focussed and hard yakka, and you haven’t got the glitz and make-up and hair to spark you along, but it’s fun,” she said.
She’s also appreciative of renewed support following her exit from Nine after many years.
“It’s lovely. I guess I’ve been kicking around the industry for a little while and people accept you for what you are, and that’s lovely. I’m grateful for that.”