James Kerley is an Australian TV presenter and radio presenter. Kerley was a co-host on the Nickelodeon kids’ show Sarvo between 2004 and February 2007, alongside Tony Brockman and in his first year won the Sarvote kids’ choice award for favourite new host. During his time with Nickelodeon, Kerley co-hosted the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards alongside Tony Brockman, Dave Lawson, Jesse McCartney and Sophie Monk, he presented the award for the Biggest Greenie at the Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2007. Kerley moved to Australian subscription TV music channel, Channel in 2007 where he co-hosted the video request show whatUwant and hosted music trivia show Cash Cab for two seasons. Kerley created and co-hosted The Dave & Kerley Show alongside former Sarvo co-host Dave Lawson as well as naming and co-creating travel format B430. In 2008, Kerley hosted Taken Out, a dating show on Network Ten; the show featured 30 female contestants who eliminate themselves from contention to date a single male contestant as facts about him are revealed over three rounds.
The man can select a winner from the remaining women to go on a date with him. The show was axed after 19 episodes after receiving mediocre ratings. In 2009 all the episodes have since been repeated. In November 2008, Kerley and Maz Compton signed on with Nova 96.9 Sydney presenting the Nova Top 10 from 6pm until 9.30pm Monday to Friday. In November 2009, Kerley joined Michelle Anderson and Kent'Smallzy' Small to host a National Nova Top Ten program each weeknight, the show was axed in November 2010. Kerley was a Dawes Point presenter on Network Ten's live 2008–09, Sydney New Year's Eve coverage alongside Fuzzy. In 2011 he was a part of the show Balls of Steel Australia, hosting fake game shows where victims are subjected to unfair disadvantages and uncomfortable situations, he co-hosted Uplate on Go! Channel. More Kerley has focused on becoming an author and in 2012 released a book titled'The Man Plan'; the book is a self-proclaimed'modern man's guide to getting your shit together'. In 2014 James became host of One HD's Maxim TV with Lana Kington based on the popular men's magazine.
As of April 2018, James has been the host of Cash Show Australia. While hosting the show, Kerley has entertained thousands of viewers across the nation as well as given away over AU$50,000 cash, he is popular. Nova 969: Nova Top 10 with Kerley, Michelle & Smallzy
Australia the Commonwealth of Australia, is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands. It is the world's sixth-largest country by total area; the neighbouring countries are Papua New Guinea and East Timor to the north. The population of 25 million is urbanised and concentrated on the eastern seaboard. Australia's capital is Canberra, its largest city is Sydney; the country's other major metropolitan areas are Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Australia was inhabited by indigenous Australians for about 60,000 years before the first British settlement in the late 18th century, it is documented. After the European exploration of the continent by Dutch explorers in 1606, who named it New Holland, Australia's eastern half was claimed by Great Britain in 1770 and settled through penal transportation to the colony of New South Wales from 26 January 1788, a date which became Australia's national day; the population grew in subsequent decades, by the 1850s most of the continent had been explored and an additional five self-governing crown colonies established.
On 1 January 1901, the six colonies federated. Australia has since maintained a stable liberal democratic political system that functions as a federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy, comprising six states and ten territories. Being the oldest and driest inhabited continent, with the least fertile soils, Australia has a landmass of 7,617,930 square kilometres. A megadiverse country, its size gives it a wide variety of landscapes, with deserts in the centre, tropical rainforests in the north-east and mountain ranges in the south-east. A gold rush began in Australia in the early 1850s, its population density, 2.8 inhabitants per square kilometre, remains among the lowest in the world. Australia generates its income from various sources including mining-related exports, telecommunications and manufacturing. Indigenous Australian rock art is the oldest and richest in the world, dating as far back as 60,000 years and spread across hundreds of thousands of sites. Australia is a developed country, with the world's 14th-largest economy.
It has a high-income economy, with the world's tenth-highest per capita income. It is a regional power, has the world's 13th-highest military expenditure. Australia has the world's ninth-largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 26% of the population. Having the third-highest human development index and the eighth-highest ranked democracy globally, the country ranks in quality of life, education, economic freedom, civil liberties and political rights, with all its major cities faring well in global comparative livability surveys. Australia is a member of the United Nations, G20, Commonwealth of Nations, ANZUS, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, World Trade Organization, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Pacific Islands Forum and the ASEAN Plus Six mechanism; the name Australia is derived from the Latin Terra Australis, a name used for a hypothetical continent in the Southern Hemisphere since ancient times. When Europeans first began visiting and mapping Australia in the 17th century, the name Terra Australis was applied to the new territories.
Until the early 19th century, Australia was best known as "New Holland", a name first applied by the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman in 1644 and subsequently anglicised. Terra Australis still saw occasional usage, such as in scientific texts; the name Australia was popularised by the explorer Matthew Flinders, who said it was "more agreeable to the ear, an assimilation to the names of the other great portions of the earth". The first time that Australia appears to have been used was in April 1817, when Governor Lachlan Macquarie acknowledged the receipt of Flinders' charts of Australia from Lord Bathurst. In December 1817, Macquarie recommended to the Colonial Office. In 1824, the Admiralty agreed that the continent should be known by that name; the first official published use of the new name came with the publication in 1830 of The Australia Directory by the Hydrographic Office. Colloquial names for Australia include "Oz" and "the Land Down Under". Other epithets include "the Great Southern Land", "the Lucky Country", "the Sunburnt Country", "the Wide Brown Land".
The latter two both derive from Dorothea Mackellar's 1908 poem "My Country". Human habitation of the Australian continent is estimated to have begun around 65,000 to 70,000 years ago, with the migration of people by land bridges and short sea-crossings from what is now Southeast Asia; these first inhabitants were the ancestors of modern Indigenous Australians. Aboriginal Australian culture is one of the oldest continual civilisations on earth. At the time of first European contact, most Indigenous Australians were hunter-gatherers with complex economies and societies. Recent archaeological finds suggest. Indigenous Australians have an oral culture with spiritual values based on reverence for the land and a belief in the Dreamtime; the Torres Strait Islanders, ethnically Melanesian, obtained their livelihood from seasonal horticulture and the resources of their reefs and seas. The northern coasts and waters of Australia were visited s
Donkey is a fictional fast-talking donkey created by William Steig and adapted by DreamWorks Animation for the Shrek franchise. The character is voiced by Eddie Murphy. Donkey first makes his debut at a sale of mythical characters from beloved fairy-tales being sold to the evil Lord Farquaad's knights. An old woman attempts to sell Donkey, but magic pixie dust accidentally is unleashed upon him from a caged fairy, thus giving him the temporary ability to fly. However, the spell unleashed upon Donkey breaks and he falls to the ground, being chased by Farquaad's knights into the woods, where he meets Shrek. Shrek is at first reluctant to meet the talkative and annoying Donkey, who begins following him around. Donkey requests to stay with Shrek since he has no one else. Shrek refuses, but gives in due to Donkey's constant begging, however, he only allows him to stay outside of his house and only for one night; when Shrek discovers all the fairy tale creatures are residing in his swamp, Donkey denies bringing them to the swamp, the creatures reveal that Lord Farquaad evicted them there.
Seeing how Donkey knows where Farquaad is and is the only one, willing to help Shrek, he accompanies Shrek to Duloc, Farquaad's kingdom. When they arrive, Farquaad has his men try to kill Shrek in an arena to find the perfect champion to find and bring him back Princess Fiona, whom he wants to make his bride. Donkey and Shrek defeat Farquaad's men, Farquaad decides to have Shrek be his champion instead. However, Shrek shows no interest, only demands his swamp back; when Farquaad offers Shrek a deal to return him his swamp if he agrees to go on the quest, Shrek agrees, Donkey follows Shrek on his quest to find Fiona. While coming to the castle, Donkey unintentionally catches the unwanted attention of the fire-breathing dragon. Shrek escapes. Before the dragon attempts to doom him, he tries to avoid his fate by complimenting the dragon, whom he discovers is a female, the dragon is flattered by Donkey's compliments, she takes him to her lair to be intimate with him. However, Shrek rescues Donkey before things become too personal, the two narrowly escape with the Princess.
One night, during camp, Donkey asks Shrek why he hates everyone so much, Shrek angrily reveals that everyone judges him a scary monster before getting to know him. Donkey acknowledges that he knew that there was more to Shrek's character when they met. Donkey begins to notice a romance between Shrek, despite their denials; the next night, Donkey goes inside a windmill to talk to the Princess, only to discover that she becomes an ogre herself after sunset. Shrek overhears them talking, misinterprets the conversation as Fiona insulting him; the next day, Shrek berates her for what Lord Farquaad comes to take her. Donkey tries to clear things up with Shrek, but Shrek berates Donkey as well, insults him. Hurt and angered, Donkey claims his half of the swamp for his hard work helping him; the two get into a heated fallout, whereupon Donkey explains that Fiona did not say that Shrek was ugly. Hearing this, the two become friends. Donkey has the dragon, whom he reconnected with earlier, take him and Shrek to Fiona's wedding to clear things up with each other.
After Shrek saves Fiona from marrying Lord Farquaad and Dragon swallows Farquaad, Donkey sings "I'm a Believer" at Shrek and Fiona's wedding reception and takes his love, Dragon, as his wife. On Shrek in the Swamp Karaoke Dance Party!, he sings "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mixalot. Donkey first appears in the film, having been remaining at Shrek's house while Shrek and Fiona were away on their honeymoon; when they return, Shrek tells Donkey to leave. Fiona suggests that he should return for Dragon's sake, but reveals that he is having troubles in his relationship with Dragon as she was acting strangely, but he could not determine the cause, so he decides to move back in with them. However, Shrek makes; as Shrek and Fiona begin to have a moment, Donkey abruptly returns and interrupts, claiming that a chariot of royal men have arrived. A messenger appears and tells the newlywed couple that Fiona's parents have invited them to a royal ball to celebrate their marriage, as well as her father to give his royal blessing.
Shrek is hesitant to accept, as he knows that her parents will never accept them as Ogres, though he gives up and goes, accompanied by Donkey to the Far Far Away kingdom but keeps on asking every second "Are we there yet?" Shrek and Fiona keep answering no. He meets Puss in Boots and becomes jealous as he is spending a lot of time with Shrek. By the end of the film they are great friends. At one point in the film, he reveals that he was the donkey traded by Jack for the magic beans, which offended him, he and Shrek ended up drinking the "Happily Ever After" potion from the Fairy Godmother's workshop and while Shrek transformed into a human, Donkey became a magnificently bred and handsome white stallion Donkey rides Shrek and Puss back to the castle. When Shrek goes inside, Fiona comes running out to find Shrek. Donkey explains why they changed, that Shrek went inside looking for her. However, Shrek comes back outside heartbroken after Fiona went back in, as Charming and Fairy Godmother beat them both to it: Charming tricking Fiona into thinking he is Shrek, Fairy Godmother convincing Shrek that F
Sydney Entertainment Centre
Sydney Entertainment Centre was a multi-purpose arena located in Haymarket, Australia. It opened in May 1983, to replace Sydney Stadium, demolished in 1970 to make way for the Eastern Suburbs railway line; the centre was owned by the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, which administered the neighbouring Darling Harbour area, managed under a lease. It was one of Sydney's larger concert venues, licensed to accommodate over 13,000 people as a conventional theatre or 8,000 as a theatre-in-the-round, it was the largest permanent concert venue in Sydney until 1999, when the Sydney Super Dome opened at Sydney Olympic Park. The venue averaged attendances of 1 million people each year and hosted concerts, family shows, sporting events and corporate events, it was demolished in January 2016. In December 1983, Cold Chisel played its final Last Stand concert. In April 1984 Linda Ronstadt and The Nelson Riddle Orchestra performed What’s New In April 1985, Queen performed four shows as part of The Works Tour.
On 13 July 1985, the Oz for Africa concert was held. It was broadcast locally and internationally as part of the worldwide Live Aid performances to raise money for famine relief in Africa. 17 bands performed including INXS, Little River Band, Mental As Anything, Men at Work, The Angels, Australian Crawl, Mondo Rock and Renée Geyer. Elton John has played numerous concerts there over the years, including eight dates in 1986 with an orchestra at Haymarket Arena; the latter shows were the last. He has played 46 shows at the venue and was final artist to perform at the venue before its demolition in December 2015. John Farnham finished his run of a record 76 concerts at the venue over three decades with a farewell gig 16 December 2015, he joked he got to take home the 6-foot entrance sign to the green room, dubbed'The Farnham Room'. The Wiggles gave 84 performances at the venue, including the classic lineup's final show on 23 December 2012. In 1986, Dire Straits finished its 1985–86 world tour by playing 21 consecutive shows at the venue.
In 1986, Elton John performed the last leg of his Tour De Force with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at the venue, playing 12 shows. Part of the last show, was to be made into his next album, Live in Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Genesis played nine dates at the 1986 leg of the Invisible Touch Tour; some of the songs were performed with an Australian string section. Archives 2 – disc 2 holds a version of "Your Own Special Way" recorded at SEC. Billy Idol performed here in September 1987 as part of The Whiplash Smile Australasian Tour. David Bowie recorded his performances on 7 and 9 November 1987 from his worldwide Glass Spider Tour for release on video and CD at the Entertainment Centre. On 16 and 17 November 1990 Eric Clapton two sold-out concerts in front of 26,500 people during his Journeyman World Tour. On 12 March 1994 Depeche Mode performed their last show from the Australian Exotic Tour/Summer Tour'94, as of 2015, it has been their last concert in the country. Janet Jackson performed on 10, 11, 12 and 15 February 1995 for her Janet World Tour, again on 16 December 1998 for her The Velvet Rope Tour.
American rock band Pearl Jam played two nights in 1995 during the Vitalogy Tour, three nights during the Yield Tour and another three nights at the venue during the Riot Act Tour. Two of The Beatles have performed at the venue, Paul McCartney for three sellout shows in March 1993, George Harrison made a surprise appearance at a Deep Purple concert in 1984. Deep Purple would continue to return to the venue during the late 90s, early 2000s up until 2004 on the Bananas and Rapture of the Deep tour, but would return as they kicked off their 2010 World Tour on 28 April and early Now What?! World Tour of 2013 on 2 March. US Rockers Journey supported them marking their first tour of Australia of that year also. Gloria Estefan performed 4 shows in November 1991 for her Into The Light World Tour and on 10, 12 and 13 April 1997 for her Evolution World Tour. Mariah Carey performed on 2 and 6 February 1998, for her Butterfly World Tour, a one off concert in January 2013, again on 10 November 2014 for The Elusive Chanteuse Show.
Shania Twain performed there on 13 February 1999, for her Come On Over Tour. The cream of Australian music every major music act of the time, including INXS, The Angels, The Divinyls, The Saints and Roger Waters performed two shows during his In The Flesh Tour on 5, 6 April 2002. On 28 July 2004 The Who performed their first concert in Australia since 1968. Cher performed three shows during her Living Proof: The Farewell Tour on 3, 4 and 7 March 2005. Kylie Minogue has played 25 concerts there, she finished her On A Night Like This Tour, after playing 11 nights there and kicked off her Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour in November 2006. On 20 March 2015, Minogue performed. Pop rock superstar P!nk performed seven shows there during her 2007 I'm Not Dead Tour. In 2009, with her Funhouse Tour, in support of the number one album, she played a record 12 shows, she recorded her current live DVD at the SEC. It hosted international circuses and shows, such as Disney on Ice and Hugh Jackman's The Boy from Oz.
Billy Thorpe's Memorial Service was held here on 4 March 2007. A crowd of 7000 family and fans gathered to hear Speeches and bittersweet yarns from the musician's friends and musical tributes came from Max Merritt, with a rendition of Slipping Away from Me and Olivia Newton-John with Over the Rainbow, it was used annually for the Schools
Gold Coast, Queensland
The Gold Coast is a coastal city in the Australian state of Queensland 66 kilometres south-southeast of the state capital Brisbane and north of the border with New South Wales. With a census-estimated 2016 population of 638,090, the Gold Coast is the sixth-largest city in Australia, making it the largest non-capital city, Queensland's second-largest city; the Gold Coast region remained uninhabited by Europeans until 1823 when explorer John Oxley landed at Mermaid Beach. The hinterland's red cedar supply attracted people to the area in the mid-19th century. In 1875, Southport was surveyed and established and grew a reputation as a secluded holiday destination for wealthy Brisbane residents. After the establishment of the Surfers Paradise Hotel in the late 1920s, the Gold Coast region grew significantly; the area boomed in the 1980s as a leading tourist destination and in 1994, the City of Gold Coast local government area was expanded to encompass the majority of the Gold Coast's metropolitan area, becoming the second most populous local government area in Australia after the City of Brisbane.
Today, the Gold Coast is a major tourist destination with its sunny subtropical climate and has become known for its surfing beaches, high-rise dominated skyline, theme parks and rainforest hinterland. The city is part of the nation's entertainment industry with television productions and a major film industry; the city hosted the 21st Commonwealth Games which ran from 4 to 15 April 2018. The Gold Coast is the ancestral home of a number of Indigenous clans of the Yugambeh people, including the Kombumerri and Tulgi-gi-gin clans. Lieutenant James Cook became the first European to note the region when he sailed along the coast on 16 May 1770 in HMS Endeavour. Captain Matthew Flinders, an explorer charting the continent north from the colony of New South Wales, sailed past in 1802. Escaped convicts from the Moreton Bay penal settlement hid in the region; the region remained uninhabited by Europeans until 1823 when explorer John Oxley landed at Mermaid Beach, named after seeing a cutter named Mermaid.
The hinterland's red cedar supply attracted people to the area in the mid-19th century. A number of small townships developed in the hinterland; the western suburb of Nerang was surveyed and established as a base for the industry and by 1870 a town reserve had been set aside. By 1873, the town reserve of Burleigh Heads had been surveyed and successful land sales had taken place. In 1875, the small settlement opposite the boat passage at the head of the Nerang River, known as Nerang Heads or Nerang Creek Heads, was surveyed, renamed Southport with the first land sales scheduled to take place in Beenleigh. Southport grew a reputation as a secluded holiday destination for wealthy Brisbane residents; the Gold Coast was known as the South Coast. However, inflated prices for real estate and other goods and services led to the nickname of "Gold Coast" from 1950. South Coast locals considered the name "Gold Coast" derogatory. However, soon the "Gold Coast" became a convenient way to refer to the holiday strip from Southport to Coolangatta.
The Town of South Coast was formed through the amalgamation of Town of Coolangatta and Town of Southport along with the coastal areas from the Shire of Nerang on 17 June 1949 with the effect of having the present-day Gold Coast coastal strip as a single local government area. As the tourism industry grew into the 1950s, local businesses began to adopt the term Gold Coast in their names, on 23 October 1958 the Town of South Coast was renamed Town of Gold Coast; the area was proclaimed a city less than one year on 16 May 1959. In 1995, the Albert Shire was amalgamated into the City of Gold Coast. In 2007, the Gold Coast overtook the population of Newcastle, New South Wales, to become the sixth largest city in Australia and the largest non-capital city. Today the Gold Coast is known for its golden sanded surf beaches, theme parks and rainforest hinterlands; the Gold Coast hosted the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Gold Coast is half covered by forests of various types; this includes small patches of near-pristine ancient rainforest, mangrove-covered islands, patches of coastal heathlands and farmland with areas of uncleared eucalypt forest.
Of the plantation pine forests that were planted in the 1950s and 1960s, when commercial forest planting for tax minimisation was encouraged by the Commonwealth government, tiny remnants remain. Gold Coast City lies in the southeast corner of Queensland, to the south of Brisbane, the state capital; the Albert River separates the Gold Coast from a suburban area of Brisbane. Gold Coast City stretches from Beenleigh and Russell Island to the border with New South Wales 56 km south, extends from the coast west to the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in World Heritage listed Lamington National Park; the southernmost town of Gold Coast City, includes Point Danger and its lighthouse. Coolangatta is a twin city with Tweed Heads located directly across the NSW border. At 28.1667°S 153.55°E / -28.1667. From Coolangatta forty kilometres of holiday resorts and surfing beaches stretch north to the suburb of Main Beach, further on Stradbroke Island; the suburbs of Southport and Surfers Paradise form the Gold Coast's commercial centre.
The major river in the area is the Nerang River. Much of the land between the coastal strip and the hinterland were once wetlands drained by this river, but th
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie is a 2004 American live-action/animated comedy film based on the Nickelodeon animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. The film was co-written and produced by series creator Stephen Hillenburg, with live-action sequences directed by Mark Osborne, features the series' cast of Tom Kenny, Bill Fagerbakke, Clancy Brown, Rodger Bumpass and Mr. Lawrence; the film has new actors which include Scarlett Johansson, Jeffrey Tambor, Alec Baldwin and David Hasselhoff. It was distributed by Paramount Pictures and produced by Hillenburg's production company United Plankton Pictures along with Nickelodeon Movies, with animation provided by Rough Draft Korea, it is the first film in the SpongeBob SquarePants film series. In this film, Plankton devises a plan to discredit his business arch-nemesis Mr. Krabs, steal the Krabby Patty secret formula and take over the world by stealing King Neptune's crown and framing Mr. Krabs for the crime. SpongeBob and Patrick team up to retrieve the crown from Shell City to save Mr. Krabs from Neptune's wrath and the oceanic world from Plankton's rule.
Previous offers by Paramount Pictures for a film adaptation of SpongeBob SquarePants had been rejected by Stephen Hillenburg, but he accepted one offer in 2002. A writing team consisting of Hillenburg, Paul Tibbitt, Derek Drymon, Aaron Springer, Kent Osborne and Tim Hill was assembled, conceiving the idea of a mythical hero's quest and the search for a stolen crown, which would bring SpongeBob and Patrick to the surface; the film was intended as the series finale, but Nickelodeon ordered more episodes of the series as it had become profitable, so Hillenburg resigned as showrunner with Tibbitt taking his place. The film was promoted by Paramount and Nickelodeon, with tie-in promotions made by 7-Eleven, the Cayman Islands and Burger King, which decorated various of its franchises with 9-foot SpongeBob inflatable figures; the film was a box office success, grossing $140 million worldwide, received positive reviews from critics. A sequel titled The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water was released on February 6, 2015, a prequel titled The SpongeBob Movie: It's a Wonderful Sponge is scheduled for a release of May 22, 2020.
A group of pirates find tickets to The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie in a treasure chest and enter a theater to watch the film. SpongeBob SquarePants cheerfully prepares for the opening ceremony for the Krusty Krab 2, expecting his boss Mr. Krabs to promote him to manager of the new restaurant. Instead, Mr. Krabs names Squidward Tentacles as manager, thinking SpongeBob is too immature to handle the role, much to SpongeBob's disappointment. Meanwhile, Mr. Krabs' business rival, complains about his failures to his computer wife Karen, being unable to steal the Krabby Patty Secret Formula; when Karen points out plan "Z", a scheme which he has yet to attempt, Plankton decides to implement it. That night, SpongeBob drowns his sorrows in ice cream with his best friend Patrick Star. Elsewhere, Plankton steals King Neptune's crown, leaving false evidence to frame Mr. Krabs for the crime, sends the crown to the distant land of Shell City; the next morning, Neptune barges into the Krusty Krab 2 and threatens Mr. Krabs for his alleged thievery.
SpongeBob arrives and chastises Mr. Krabs under the influence of an ice cream headache, but seeing his boss's life at risk, he promises Neptune that he will retrieve the crown from Shell City. Neptune is convinced by his daughter Mindy to spare Mr. Krabs for the time being and freezes him instead, ordering SpongeBob to return with the crown in six days. Soon after SpongeBob and Patrick leave for Shell City, Plankton steals the Krabby Patty formula and uses it to produce and sell Krabby Patties at his restaurant, the Chum Bucket, he gives away free "Chum Bucket Helmets" to customers, which are mind-control devices that Plankton activates to control Bikini Bottom's residents and take over the city. As their journey continues, SpongeBob and Patrick reach a monster-filled trench. Coming to the conclusion that they cannot complete their quest due to their immaturity, they tearfully give up. Mindy tells SpongeBob and Patrick of Plankton's plan, she pretends to magically turn them into men by giving them seaweed mustaches.
With their confidence boosted, they brave the trench but are confronted by Dennis, a hitman hired by Plankton to eliminate them. Dennis is stepped on by a hardhat diver that Patrick believe to be a Cyclops; the Cyclops grabs SpongeBob and Patrick, takes them to his beachside store, revealed to be Shell City. In the store, SpongeBob and Patrick find the crown, but are dehydrated by the Cyclops' heat lamp and die, their tears short-circuit the lamp's power cord, its smoke activates the sprinkler system, reviving them and the other dried sea creatures intended to be sold as souvenirs. As the vengeful sea creatures attack and overwhelm the Cyclops, SpongeBob and Patrick take the crown and head for the beach, where David Hasselhoff appears and offers them a ride, he swims from the beach to Bikini Bottom carrying them on his back. Dennis is knocked by a catamaran back into the sea. At the Krusty Krab 2, King Neptune arrives to execute Mr. Krabs, but SpongeBob and Patrick return with the crown just before he is able to do so.
They confront Plankton, enslaving him. Before Plankton can direct Neptune to kill them, SpongeBob accepts his childlike nature and bursts into song, transforming into an electric guitar-wielding wizard, he shoots lasers from his guitar, destroying the mind-controlling helmets and freeing Neptune and Bikini Bottom's residents from Plankton's rule. Plankton tries to es
Sophie Charlene Akland Monk is an English-Australian singer, model and radio presenter, media personality. Monk released a solo album called Calendar Girl, she has appeared in films such as Date Movie and Spring Breakdown. In 2015, Monk was declared the winner of the fourth season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia. Sophie Monk was born in London to an Australian mother. In 1982 her parents moved to Australia's Gold Coast in Queensland, she attended Helensvale Primary School, with Bruce Pywell at Somerset College, A. B. Paterson College and MacGregor State High School, where she graduated as school captain in 1997, she was trained in classical opera growing up. Following graduation, Monk worked as a Marilyn Monroe impersonator at Warner Bros. Movie World on the Gold Coast. Monk's professional music career began in 1999 when she responded to an advertisement at the recommendation of her mother which requested girls with vocal and dance experience; the advertisement was for an Australian reality television series, Popstars, a TV talent show which aimed to create a successful new girl group.
In one audition, she performed a rendition of Marilyn Monroe's famous "Happy Birthday, Mr. President", working on her previous experience as a Monroe impersonator. After numerous rounds of singing and dancing workshops, Monk was selected as a member of the group, named Bardot. Bardot became the first Australian act to debut at the No. 1 position with both its debut single, "Poison", self-titled debut album. Further singles "I Should've Never Let You Go" and "These Days" followed and in August, the group embarked on its first national tour. Bardot performed at the 2000 ARIA Awards. In July 2001, the group released "ASAP", the first single from their second album. Bardot now had more control over their image; the single peaked Top 5, as did follow-up single, "I Need Somebody", their most successful single since "Poison". The second album, Play It Like That debuted at No. 16, achieving gold status. Monk co-wrote. In 2002, final single, "Love Will Find A Way" completed Bardot's string of consecutive Top 20 hits and the group embarked on its second national tour.
In May, the group disbanded. In 2002, Monk signed a recording contract with Warner Music Australia and started working on a solo album; the first single "Inside Outside" was released in October 2002 and was produced by Grammy Award winning music producer Rob Davis. Monk performed the song at the 2002 The Footy Show Grand Finale to promote the single; the track peaked at No. 5 on the ARIA Singles Chart and went on to sell over 35,000 copies worldwide. Her next single, "Get the Music On", peaked at No. 10 on the ARIA Singles Chart. On 5 May 2003 Monk released her debut album Calendar Girl which peaked at No. 35 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The album received mixed reviews from critics with Monk co-writing four of the album's tracks. Following the release of the album Monk released her third and final single, "One Breath Away", which peaked at No. 23 on the ARIA Singles Chart. In 2004, Monk parted ways with Warner Music Group. In 2004, Monk made her acting debut in a bit role on the Nine Network made-for-television film The Mystery of Natalie Wood portraying the role of Marilyn Monroe.
That same year, Monk appeared in the music video Always by Pop Punk band Blink-182. Monk has had small roles in films such as Click, Murder World and Spring Break'83. In 2005, Monk relocated to Los Angeles. Monk landed her break-out role in the spoof comedy film Date Movie. In July 2007, Monk made her American television debut in the HBO Comedy series Entourage; that same year she appeared in the dark comedy Sex and Death 101. Monk starred in the Warner Premiere comedy film Spring Breakdown alongside Parker Posey and Amy Poehler. Filming took place in South Padre in 2006. Monk portrayed the role of the film's antagonist a bimbo sorority girl named Mason; the film underwent a long post-production period suffering distribution problems. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to negative reviews; the film was released straight-to-DVD in June 2009. In September 2008, Dark Castle Entertainment announced Monk was cast in the slasher horror film The Hills Run Red. Filming began at the start of 2009 in Sofia and premiered at UK Frightfest.
The film was released straight-to-DVD in September 2009 to mixed reviews from critics with some praising Monk's performance. In September 2008, Monk announced she was developing her own reality television series titled Bigger Than Paris. Monk filmed the pilot in January 2010 in California. In April 2013, Monk was working on a sitcom with actor Sam Worthington. Monk talked about her struggles as an actress and revealed that she has produced five television pilots for major networks, but they haven't been picked up. "Shows that were meant to get the green light, didn't, movies that were meant to be massive, weren't, but I just keep going and going," she said. In 2015, Monk was added to the cast for the remake movie of Blood Feast. In April 2010, Nine Network announced Monk would be a special guest presenter on the travel television program Getaway. Following her first appearance Nine announced Monk would continue appearing on the series in a recurring form from on; as part of her role Monk has visited Las Vegas, Mexico.
In May 2012, Monk was announced to be one of the celebrities to have signed up for the FOX dating-show The Choice. The series is a spin-off to The Voice and sees celebrity judges sitting with their backs turned to a pool of "sexy