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Neues Serienengagement für McLachlan?
So wie es scheint, dreht(e) Craig McLachlan dieser Tage für die im November 2010 gestartete TV-Serie "Lightening Point" in Queensland.

In dieser von Jonas M. Shiff stammenden australischen Kinder- und Jugendserie dreht sich alles um ein Sci-Fi-Abenteuer in einem verschlafenen Städtchen.

Als Zoey und Kiki (zwei Mädchen aus einer anderen Galaxie) in dem ruhigen australischen Küstenstädtchen Lightning Point stranden, verstecken sie sich bei dem Mädchen Amber, dessen Mutter Polizistin ist. Aber die ganze Stadt ist in Aufruhr wegen der gesichteten UFOs und die Mädchen stellen bald fest, dass sie nicht die ersten intergalaktischen Besucher sind.

Wie in vielen Serien geht es dabei neben dem Surfen auch um Freundschaften und die Liebe.

Die Dreharbeiten in den Village Roadshow Studios an der Gold Coast in Queensland finden für die zweite Staffel vom 14. Februar bis zum 6. Mai 2011 statt.

Da ZDF Enterprises zudem für den weltweiten Vertrieb zuständig ist, ist es gut möglich, dass die Serie wie H2O (ebenfalls von Jonas M. Shiff) auch im deutschen TV laufen wird.

Christiane am 3.3.11 11:53


Packed to the Rafters: Serienstart im Februar
Nachdem der PayTV-Sender 'Passion' vergangener Tage bereits damit begann, die australische Serie Packed to the Rafters (dt. Titel: Die Chaosfamilie) auszustrahlen, zieht nun Mitte Februar auch VOX mit. Damit kommen auch die deutschen Fans der Serie McLeods Töchter wieder einmal in den Genuss, einige ihrer Stars im FreeTV zu sehen.
Die ersten Sendetermine für jene Folgen, in denen Craig McLachlan als Steve Wilson zu sehen ist, sind die folgenden:

Folge 1.09: One Hit Wonder – Suburban Boy
am Do, 24.02. um 16:00Uhr und (Wdhlg.) Fr, 25.02. um 10:25Uhr

Folge 1.08: Bettgeflüster – Taking the Lead
am Mi, 23.02. um 16:00Uhr und (Wdhlg.) Do, 24.02. um 10:55Uhr

Christiane am 20.1.11 10:33


'Dancing On Ice'-Stars zu Gast bei ITV
Nach seinem Ausscheiden am Sonntag besuchte Craig -mit der ebenfalls ausgeschiedenen Elen- am Montag das Morgenmagazin von ITV ('This Morning'). Hier berichteten die beiden Stars über ihre Erfahrungen, die sie mit und während der Show machten.

Auf YouTube könnt ihr Euch den Besuch anschauen:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHSLDRZnRdc

Christiane am 20.1.11 09:33


At least Kylie voted for me
Aussie star Craig McLachlan yesterday joked that he was booted off Dancing on Ice because the only people voting for him were Kylie and Dannii Minogue.

The former soap star, 45, has stayed a close pal of Kylie, who played his sister in Neighbours, and of Dannii, who starred with him in Home and Away in the 1980s.
Craig said: "Kylie and Dannii were madly voting but they were not enough!"

He admitted he didn't put enough work into his routine and said The X Factor judge Dannii had been hassling him to practise more.
Speaking of Kylie, Craig said: "We are great friends and Dannii and I were madly communicating before Christmas. I have been very busy lately and didn't have enough time to train on the ice."

Auch Jury-Mitglied Jason stimmt mit überein, dass Craigs Ausscheiden wahrscheinlich daran lag, dass er sich zu wenig Zeit für Trainingseinheiten nahm. Seine Meinung äußerte er wie folgt:
"I'd have loved Craig to stay in longer, but due to work he didn't get the ice time everybody else did. He's a top bloke, but if you sign up to these things you should clear your diary. He fell on his own sword."

Source: TVbiz/The Sun

Christiane am 18.1.11 10:56


DigitalSpy-Interview: Craig McLachlan ('Dancing On Ice')
It was a disappointing early exit for Craig McLachlan on last night's Dancing On Ice. The former Neighbours hunk and 'Hey Mona' popstar charmed us with his sense of humour, but his lack of training cost him dear on the ice. We caught up with McLachlan this morning to find out whether he enjoyed his skating experience and whether we'll ever hear him singing again.

It must have been a big disappointment for you to leave last night Craig. Did you manage to enjoy your evening?
"Do you know what? It was a buzz doing that show with the audience and everything. Everyone involved - it was just a great bunch of people. And also in mine and Maria's defence, I thought our routine in the skate-off was on fire. As I told [Phillip] Schofield and Holly [Willoughby], once you've been out there and done it once, knocked those nerves on the head, you can have an absolute blast. So we had a really, really great skate at the end of the night, which I'm thrilled about. But I'll miss it buddy, no doubt about that. It was such a laugh. There is another show happening behind the show and that's been the real fun of it."

And even if your skating wasn't perfect, that was a brilliant costume last night...
"I honestly and openly said all the way along - and I certainly haven't moaned and groaned about it - that I wouldn't have as much time on the ice as other people. I have acting commitments back home... and home is a long, long way away. But, yeah, the costumes - it's a shame about the costumes. I was always cracking gags about wanting more glitter and sequins than anybody else. But I can tell you Alex that the plans that they had for future costumes were... *laughs*... well, they were playing on my history from Henry Ramsay to Frank N. Furter and everything in between. I'm more disappointed about missing out on the cossies than missing out on learning about ice skating. I can tell you that one costume was sequin-studded, diamanté-encrusted dungarees with a beautifully manufactured retro late '80s curly mullet. I'm not lying, I've seen the drawings and they're off the chart. So, sadly, we will miss out on that one."

Have your mates back in Oz not been ribbing you about the diamonds and fake tan?
"Well, all I can say is that we don't get the show in Australia. That is possibly not a bad thing. I've got friends who it has taken 15 years for them to speak to me again after I appeared onstage in fishnets singing 'Sweet Transvestite'. So the fact that it has been contained to British audiences is perhaps not a bad thing."

There's a lot of love for the McLachlan in the UK. Will you be back on our TVs again anytime soon?
"Oh I would absolutely love to come back. That's the other thing that has been lovely - just being back here in the UK. I probably bit off more than I could chew thinking that I could commute - Oz to the UK is not exactly a train down from Oxfordshire to London! But I've loved it and I've loved catching up with old buddies. Especially here at ITV, meeting up with Schofield again and a whole bunch of old mates. So, I've got a bunch of commitments to fill in Australia with two drama series, but I'd love to come back and do something over here on the telly."

Do you find it strange that people still really want to hear you sing 'Hey Mona'?
"It is just amazing and astonishing to me. I mean when was 'Mona'? 1990? It must have been over 20 years ago. But the song, the band and that whole era when I was in Neighbours is held in such affection over here. It is just lovely. Australians are so laid back - and that's an understatement - and even though 'Hey Mona' was the biggest selling Oz single that year, nobody really gives a bugger! It's just, 'Oh mate, you had that song didn't you'. But in the UK it really does generate some excitement and it's lovely."

Do you still dabble in music?
"These days I compose bits and pieces for music television at home. I do a bit of a session guitar work as well just to keep my fingers in. But by God, here in England, if I had a quid for every bugger who in the last couple of weeks has said, 'Why don't you turn out another record? It's been too long between drinks', I could retire. Who knows, maybe I'll do something sneaky."

Who are you tipping to win the show?
"Cor! Alex, that's a tough question mate. With the phone voting it can literally come down to one phonecall difference and you're gone, so it's impossible to call. Plus there are the judges now - you have Jason there as the pantomime villain and Robin Cousins with that rich wealth of skating experience. With the judges involved, you have to fancy young Sammy Attwater, because he's way ahead of the pack technically. He's really put the hours in. But everyone there, trust me, has the potential to win. They all bring something different to the table."

Dancing On Ice continues next Sunday at 6.10pm on ITV1

Source: DigitalSpy (Alex Fletcher)

Christiane am 17.1.11 11:58


McLachlan had 'Neighbours' ice outfit plans
Craig McLachlan has revealed that he was planning to wear a Neighbours-themed Dancing On Ice costume later in the series.

The Australian actor, who was knocked out of the competition last night, said that he was disappointed that he wouldn't be able to pay tribute to his former soap character Henry Ramsay on the ice.

"I can tell you that there were plans that they had for future costumes... (laughs) well, they were playing on my history from Henry Ramsay to Frank N. Furter and everything in between," he told DS.

"I'm more disappointed about missing out on the cossies than missing out on learning about ice skating. I can tell you that one costume was sequin-studded, diamanté-encrusted dungarees with a beautifully manufactured retro late-'80s curly mullet. I'm not lying, I've seen the drawings and they're off the chart. So, sadly, we will miss out on that one."

McLachlan also said that he would be interested in reviving his pop success in the early '90s, when he had chart hits with 'Mona', 'Amanda' and 'Rock The Rock'.

"It is just amazing and astonishing to me. I mean when was 'Mona'? 1990? It must have been over 20 years ago. But the song, the band and that whole era when I was in Neighbours is held in such affection over here," he said.

"It is just lovely. Australians are so laid-back - and that's an understatement - and even though 'Hey Mona' was the biggest selling Oz single that year, nobody really gives a bugger! It's just, 'Oh mate, you had that song, didn't you?' But in the UK it really does generate some excitement and it's lovely. Here in England, if I had a quid for every bugger who in the last couple of weeks has said, 'Why don't you turn out another record? It's been too long between drinks', I could retire. Who knows, maybe I'll do something sneaky."

Source: DigitalSpy (Alex Fletcher)

Christiane am 17.1.11 11:52


It's hell for El ... and there's no sympathy for devil Craig
Former WAG Elen Rivas and ex-Neighbours hunk Craig McLachlan were kicked off Dancing on Ice last night.

The pair lost out in the public vote after finding themselves in the bottom three alongside Hollyoaks actress Jennifer Metcalfe.

Elen - who used to be engaged to England soccer ace Frank Lampard - got poor comments from the judges after her dance routine to Sade's Your Love Is King.
She stuck her tongue out at judge Jason Gardiner as she stood with partner Lukasz Rozycki when he said: "Where's the passion?"
On being told she was out, Elen said: "I enjoyed it very much."

Bitchy Jason had a go at fellow Aussie Craig after his performance to the Rolling Stones' Sympathy for the Devil.
He told Craig: "You move quite gingerly. It looks like you are wearing a soiled nappy."
Craig's dance partner Maria Filippov wore a sexy outfit with a devil's tail for the routine. Angela Rippon and Nadia Sawalha were knocked out last week.

Source: TVbiz/The Sun

Christiane am 17.1.11 11:05


McLachlan is 'dreading' early Dancing On Ice exit
Craig McLauchlan has confessed that he is "dreading" the prospect of being voted off Dancing On Ice on Sunday night.

The former Neighbours star admitted that he would be "devastated" if he is eliminated from the ice dance contest on his debut.

Craig confessed that he has been struggling to learn the complex moves required for the ice dance contest.

He told STV: "It is really difficult and anyone who can put on skates and get on the ice really knows how difficult it can be. We are not talking about carefully edging around the side of the rink. No, it is all that and more. Everyone is potentially my fiercest rival. I am just thrilled that I am still here with you and not conducting this interview in full body cast at the moment."

However, Craig is one of the contestants who is being tipped to avoid an early exit from the competition.

Dancing On Ice returns to STV at 6.35pm on Sunday night.

Source: Well Contented Ltd

Christiane am 16.1.11 12:15


Dancing On Ice's Craig McLaclan to marry bride number three
Craig McLachlan is preparing for his third marriage, 20 years after his last one failed.

Friends say the former Neighbours star, 45, has popped the question to Aussie choreographer Kelley Abbey, 44, who he met while working on a musical Down Under.

The couple, who live ­together in Sydney, have been engaged for some time.

A pal said: "Craig has been married twice before and he thinks that after years of searching he has found the person that he wants to spend the rest of his life with."

Source: The People (Caroline Waterston)

Christiane am 16.1.11 11:46


Interview with Craig McLachlan!
Former Neighbours actor Craig McLachlan will make his Dancing On Ice debut on tomorrow night's show.

The 80's heartthrob will take to the rink with his professional partner Maria Filippov. The Bulgarian skater has previously been paired with Gareth Gates, Ray Quinn and Gary Lucy.
Keep reading to find out what he thinks of his partner and how he has found the three month training regime for the ITV show.

When was the last time you skated before your training started?
I've never skated before – scary!

Would you say the skating is keeping you fit?
Well, I will let you guys be the judge of that!

Is skating easier or harder than you thought?
I would have to say in all honesty, much harder! It is really difficult and anyone who can put on skates and get on the ice really knows how difficult it can be. We are not talking about carefully edging around the side of the rink. No, it is all that and more.

Who do you think is your main rival?
Everyone is potentially my fiercest rival. I am just thrilled that I am still here with you and not conducting this interview in full body cast at the moment.

You've got Maria as your skating partner, what's that like?
Having Maria as my partner is absolute proof that heaven exists on earth. You don't have to wait to die to go to heaven. You can experience heaven just by spending time in the company of beautiful Maria.

How disciplined have you had to be with your training?
Probably too disciplined on occasion. I am probably a little too tough on myself if truth be told. The Oz coaches were constantly telling me to lighten-up.

What's your earliest memory of Torvill & Dean?
I just think like everyone else on the face of the planet who can get themselves to a television screen all those years ago and watching the Bolero, such perfection of two human beings on tiny little steel blades.

What are looking forward to the most?
I'm loving it all.

What are you dreading?
I am dreading the possibility of being voted out in week one. That would be so devastating.

What's your top tip for any budding skater out there?
Take'up bowling; anything that doesn't involve blistered feet and aching joints.

Who was your favourite skater from last year, have you watched DOI before?
Maria, strictly speaking she wasn't a celebrity competitor but she is my favourite skater in the world, next to Chris and Jayne of course.

Source: UnrealityTV (Lisa McGarry)

Christiane am 15.1.11 11:22


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