Carrie Bickmore’s Shocking Career Move Revealed After Leaving The Project
Carrie Bickmore quit Channel Ten’s The Project in October last year.
And on Tuesday, the 42-year-old revealed she’s landed a voice-over role on popular Australian children’s show Bluey.
The TV presenter shared a video on Instagram of her children reacting to her voice on the show.
“Career and parenting highlight… My girls are watching my two seconds of fame on the latest episode of Bluey,” she wrote.
‘What a real thrill to be a part of such an incredible Aussie show. I think ‘Terrier’s mother’ should be a regular character.’
Carrie Bickmore’s (pictured) shocking career move is revealed following her departure from The Project
Dubbed Australia’s most popular children’s TV show, Bluey follows the adventures of “a sweet, inexhaustible six-year-old Blue Heeler dog” along with her family, including her mother, father and younger sister, and her friends.
The animated series won the Kids: Preschool Award at the 2019 International Emmy Awards.
Meanwhile, Carrie announced her departure from The Project after 12 years of airing in October.
She had been away from her family in London for three months earlier this year before returning to the panel in July, only to retire in October.
The 42-year-old revealed she has landed a voice-over role on popular Australian children’s show Bluey
Three months after leaving the show, Carrie announced she was divorcing her partner of 11 years Chris Walker.
“It is with immense sadness that Chris and I have decided to part ways,” she wrote in a statement on Instagram.
“While this is a difficult time, our focus is on parenting, loving and supporting our three children Ollie, Evie and Addie with everything we have.
‘They’re doing great. We will not comment further.’
Carrie announced her departure from The Project in October after 12 years on the air. She had been away from her family in London for three months earlier this year before returning to the panel in July, but quit in October.