Carrie Bickmore of the project says she ‘feels happy’ to have a job during the corona virus pandemic
“I feel so happy”: Carrie Bickmore of The Project says she is “lucky” to have a job during the corona virus pandemic
Carrie Bickmore, the project’s co-host, has spoken candidly about working in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 39-year-old said she ‘feels happy’ with a job, as thousands of Australians are unemployed as cafes, pubs and shops across the country have to close.
“I feel so lucky to have a job and have the opportunity to unpack it all because trust me, it just so confuses me,” she said. TV Week.
‘I feel so happy’: Carrie Bickmore (photo) from The Project said she is ‘lucky’ to have a job during the coronavirus pandemic
Due to social distance restrictions, Carrie and her co-hosts Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar must be two meters apart during filming and must also interview their guests via video.
She said that while it can be challenging, it’s worth it because the show is an outlet for people to laugh.
“I’ve received so many messages from people that it’s comforting to have us on their screen every night,” she said.
Changes: Due to social distance restrictions, Carrie (pictured) and her co-hosts Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar need to interview their guests via video
This comes after Carrie has revealed that she is not ‘losing her mind’ about beauticians being closed.
Most beauty salons and companies had to stop offering their services in March due to growing concerns about the corona virus.
“Currently attending my bikini line is the least of my concerns, but my girlfriend lost her mind when beauticians shut up their store,” the TV and radio personality told Stellar.
Do you miss the salon? This comes after Carrie has revealed that she is not losing her mind about closing beauticians
She explained that her friend’s visit to the nail salon made her feel “better in her own skin” just like going to the gym for others.
Carried added, “Who and what we consider” essential “is different for all of us depending on our circumstances.”
The mother of two said she was most missing from seeing her extended family during the closing period, and was happy to live with her partner.
Missing: The mother of two said she was most missing from seeing her extended family during the closing period, and was happy to live with her partner