Channel Seven’s embarrassing first job of Dr Chris Brown has been leaked following his sudden move from Ten after 15 years
Dr. Chris Brown has signed on for Channel Seven following his sudden departure from Ten after 15 years.
And on April Fool’s Day, Tonight TV joked that the famous vet, 44, would host a network reboot of the ’90s entertainment show Man O Man.
The Australian TV game show, which premiered in 1994 and was hosted by Rob Guest, was presented in the format of a male beauty pageant.
The all-female audience would vote on the best looking man and the eliminated men would be pushed into the swimming pool.
Chris joked, “I’m so excited to bring back this groundbreaking show. In challenging times with rising interest rates, housing affordability, and climate change, splashing in the Man O Man pool is the perfect antidote to lighten the mood. It’s Australia’s greatest wet dream.” .
Dr Chris Brown’s first job at Channel Seven has been leaked after his shock move from Ten after 15 years
In February, Chris was revealed He left Channel 10 after 15 years, becoming the latest high-profile star to jump aboard the ailing ship.
He has signed a deal with Seven and will officially join in July to produce “new projects” for Channel Seven and 7Plus.
Chris first joined Ten in 2008 to host the Bondi Vet, which became a surprise ratings hit and went viral all over the world.
The reality series was based on his real-life experience as a vet at Bondi Junction Veterinary Hospital in eastern Sydney.
He went on to become a part-time cast member on The Project and also co-hosted I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! And the living room, which was relegated last year.
Moving to Seven is a kind of homecoming for Dr. Chris.
On April Fools’ Day, TV Tonight joked that the famous vet, 44, would host the network’s reboot of the ’90s entertainment show Man O Man.
He began his television career in 2003 as the presenter of Harry’s Practice on Seven, a role that earned him a Logie nomination for Best New Talent.
The University of Sydney graduate never planned a career in media, but was spotted by a talent scout telling animal stories over a few beers in a pub.
His passion for animals began when he was growing up in Newcastle where his father, Graeme, was a local vet.
Between working at Seven and Ten, Dr. Chris did stints on Nine hosting segments for Burke’s Backyard, and was also a contributor to the Today show.
In February, it was revealed that Chris had quit Channel Ten after 15 years, becoming the latest superstar to jump on the ailing ship. Pictured are Chris and I’s Celebrity co-host Julia Morris