The dancer Stephanie Rice will star in the television show Channel 10 Disgrace! that focuses on celebrity scandals

Hard times: in 2010, it was a tearful Stephanie Rice who confronted the media after tweeting a homophobic insult that shocked her career (pictured). And now the 30-year-old player will appear on a new television show where she will face the demons of yesteryear

In 2010, it was a tearful Stephanie Rice who confronted the media after tweeting a homophobic insult that shocked her career.

And now the 30-year-old player will appear in a new television show where she will face the demons of yesteryear.

The Ten Network program, called Disgrace! will investigate how public figures manage and recover from the main scandals.

Hard times: in 2010, it was a tearful Stephanie Rice who confronted the media after tweeting a homophobic insult that shocked her career (pictured). And now the 30-year-old player will appear on a new television show where she will face the demons of yesteryear

Hard times: in 2010, it was a tearful Stephanie Rice who confronted the media after tweeting a homophobic insult that shocked her career (pictured). And now the 30-year-old player will appear on a new television show where she will face the demons of yesteryear

The triple Olympic gold medalist in Olympic swimming lost a lucrative sponsorship contract after posting a homophobic insult on Twitter.

Stephanie tweeted "Suck off those balls" when the Australian rugby union team, the Wallabies, defeated the South African Springboks.

Subsequently, the luxury car maker Jaguar knocked Stephanie out of a sponsorship deal.

The swimmer, who won both individual medleys at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and was part of Australia's victorious 4×200 freestyle team, later apologized and eliminated the comment.

She said: "I owe it to those I offended to say publicly, I'm sorry. I'm not the one who offends other people, no matter who they are. I am not a person who judges others or speaks in a way that hurts others.

Set to appear: The ten network program, called Disgrace! will investigate how public figures manage and recover from the main scandals

Set to appear: The ten network program, called Disgrace! will investigate how public figures manage and recover from the main scandals

Set to appear: The ten network program, called Disgrace! will investigate how public figures manage and recover from the main scandals

Back then: the triple gold Olympic swimming gold medalist lost a lucrative sponsorship contract after publishing a homophobic insult on Twitter in 2010. He later apologized

Back then: the triple gold Olympic swimming gold medalist lost a lucrative sponsorship contract after publishing a homophobic insult on Twitter in 2010. He later apologized

Back then: the triple gold Olympic swimming gold medalist lost a lucrative sponsorship contract after publishing a homophobic insult on Twitter in 2010. He later apologized

"My comments were thoughtless and unguarded, but I can assure you that when I made those comments on Twitter I never intended to offend anyone."

Former 34-year-old Labor power broker Sam Dastyari will be the host of the television show on political scandals, less than a year after his own Senate race ended in a controversy in China.

People familiar with the pilot told The Daily Telegraph that the program would be "quite nervous" and that it would also include former Chaser comedian Charles Firth as producer.

Carrying the limit! People familiar with the pilot told The Daily Telegraph that the program would be "quite nervous"

Carrying the limit! People familiar with the pilot told The Daily Telegraph that the program would be "quite nervous"

Carrying the limit! People familiar with the pilot told The Daily Telegraph that the program would be "quite nervous"

All the way: "Take the scandal and the political scandals to a space that nobody has been covering," said a source of production to the newspaper.

All the way: "Take the scandal and the political scandals to a space that nobody has been covering," said a source of production to the newspaper.

All the way: "Take the scandal and the political scandals to a space that nobody has been covering," said a source of production to the newspaper.

"It takes the scandal and the political scandals to a space that nobody has been covering," a source told the newspaper.

The program would be modeled on ABC's Gruen show, where experts on a panel analyze a series of controversies.

Sam Dastyari resigned from the Senate in January after revelations that he had told Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo that his phone could be intercepted during a meeting in the Sydney office of the tycoon linked to the businessman linked to the Communist Party.

  Host with the majority? Former 34-year-old Labor power broker Sam Dastyari will be the host of the television show about political scandals, less than a year after his own career in the Senate ended.

  Host with the majority? Former 34-year-old Labor power broker Sam Dastyari will be the host of the television show about political scandals, less than a year after his own career in the Senate ended.

Host with the majority? Former 34-year-old Labor power broker Sam Dastyari will be the host of the television show about political scandals, less than a year after his own career in the Senate ended.

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