TV Report 10 April 2024: Who was the first to leave the jungle on I’m A Celebrity?

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The Project chatted to Judith Lucy and Kaz Cooke. 

TV Report 10 April 2024:

Nine TV Report

Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars

Nine’s evening began with the sixth episode of Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars.

Last night, the food stars took on the most iconic Australian brand ever, Vegemite.

Despite its status as a beloved, world-famous brand, Vegemite is yet to be embraced by one of the biggest markets in the world: the USA. Gordon and Janine tasked their remaining teams of four to find a new use for the Aussie staple that will appeal to the American market. 

The entrepreneurs were challenged with creating two food dishes, one sweet and one savoury, that appealingly incorporate Vegemite. After serving up their plates at a live event, the teams had to slather an extra layer of joy onto the experience for their patrons, performing a fresh take on the brand’s jingle, giving the household favourite “Happy Little Vegemite” a run for its money. 

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program met with frontline workers left astounded over a Queensland tradie pay deal and investigated a bodybuilding vigilante who pounced on an alleged peeping tom. 

Seven TV Report

The Front Bar

The Front Bar featuring Matthew Richardson, comedian Lehmo and Andy Maher was next on Seven as they shared a laugh about the world of AFL and caught up with stars of yesteryear and today, ahead of the sixth round of the AFL 2024 season.

Home & Away

Earlier in the night was Home & Away as Justin and Theo clashed and Tane went on the run.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 reported on the planet Mercury causing chaos in retrograde and chatted with Judith Lucy and Kaz Cooke. 

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

On 10’s I’m A Celebrity, Robert and Julia revealed that Denise Drysdale was the first celebrity to bid farewell to the jungle. Denise said goodbye to her campmates, the staple rice and beans, and hello to the luxuries of a warm shower and plush bed. 

A big win for Denise was the opportunity to raise awareness of her chosen charity, Gotcha4Life, whose mission is to inspire and enable people to build mental fitness with the hope of a world where no one worries alone. 



On 7:30, Laura Tingle interviewed Treasurer Jim Chalmers and looked into how Japan is set to finally allow joint custody. But some parents hold little hope of seeing their children again. 


Alone Australia

The participants’ focus this episode turned to food. While signs of deer urged some participants to head up the mountains, others opted for a menu of fish and berries. But with limited calories and tools, procuring food is no easy task, and participants were forced to think outside the box, or risk starvation. 

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