Nova 100’s Meshel & Tommy Take Listeners To LA For Birthday Celebrations

Nova 100’s Meshel & Tommy Take Listeners To LA For Birthday Celebrations
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Meshel Laurie & Tommy Little are celebrating their first year as Nova 100’s breakfast team by taking their listeners on an end of season trip to Los Angeles. Meshel & Tommy will broadcast live from the Hard Rock Café on Hollywood Boulevard from Monday 1 December at 6am.

Meshel & Tommy will chat to some well-known Aussies working in the USA including comedian Wil Anderson, actor and radio announcer Cameron Daddo and actor Bernard Curry. They will also catch up with comedian Camilla Cleese, daughter of John Cleese, as well as former The Bold and the Beautiful’s Ronn Moss, known for his role as Ridge, and new addition to the cast, Australian actor Ashleigh Brewer.

In LA Meshel & Tommy and their listeners will stay at the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Their itinerary involves a jam packed week of activities including a customised TMZ celebrity tour and a trip to Disneyland and Warner Bros. Studios. They will also attend the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, featuring performances by Stevie Wonder and Guy Sebastian.

Over the past four week’s Meshel & Tommy have given listeners the chance to join them in LA or score guaranteed tickets to see some of the biggest artists coming to Melbourne as part of Meshel & Tommy’s Stars or Stripes competition. Already joining Meshel & Tommy on their end of season trip are Jessica and her mum Jacinta from Langwarren, brothers Scott and Brad from Sunshine and best friends Alicia and Maria from Fawkner. The final winner will be announced on Friday.

Nova 100 Meshel & Tommy’s End of Season Trip live from LA Monday 1 December to Friday 5 December from 6am to 9am

 

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