Stars come out for Nine farewell

Nine’s nostalgic party set to air this Saturday night will be a night to remember.

To be hosted by both Bert Newton and Eddie McGuire, it promises a “Who’s Who” of current and former Nine personalities, with a list of invitees to rival the Logie Awards.

Lights, Camera, Party: Television City Celebrates!
will be the last, big-ticket live event to air from the historic Bendigo Street studios.

Set to feature in the broadcast are The Sullivans‘ Lorraine Bayly, Paul Cronin and Michael Caton; The Footy Show‘s Sam Newman and Shane Crawford; A Current Affair‘s Ray Martin and Tracy Grimshaw; Getaway‘s Catriona Rowntree; wrestler Mario Milano; Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush‘s Tim Ferguson and Wendy Mooney; plus performances from Ernie Sigley & Denise Drysdale, John Clarke & Bryan Dawe and the Scared Weird Little Guys.

An equally rich roll call of stars will be in attendance including:
Ann-Maree Biggar
Philip Brady
Rhonda Burchmore
John Burgess
Ernie Carroll
Tony Charlton
John Cornell
Mickey de Stoop
Terry Donovan
Greg Evans
Peter Faiman
Marty Fields
Ally Fowler
Russell Gilbert
Terry Gill
Reg Gorman
Judy Green
Derryn Hinch
Peter Hitchener
Mark Holden
John Michael Howson
Wendy Hughes
Ken James
Val Jellay
Annie Jones
Lauren Newton
Patti Newton
Livinia Nixon
Peter Phelps
Alyce Platt
David Reyne
Glenn Ridge
Glenn Robbins
Daryl Somers
Mike Walsh
Denis Walter

More names are still to be confirmed.

Archival footage will celebrate the work of Don Lane, Graham Kennedy and Paul Hogan.

TV Tonight will be attending, armed with a camera to capture some of the famous faces who have lit up our screens.

For television buffs this will be must-see TV.

It airs live following the 2010 finale of Hey Hey it’s Saturday, 9:40pm Saturday night.


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