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November 01, 2020

DWTS Australia Co-host Amanda Keller Admits She's a Homebody and Doesn't Work as Hard as People Think

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One thing fans always seem to get off-base about Amanda Keller, who began co-hosting "Dancing with the Stars Australia" with Grant Denyer in 2019, is that she works all day long. 

Back in March, the acclaimed media personality, Amanda Keller, revealed in an interview that the truth is, she does not really work hard. Keller added:

"I do breakfast radio every day, but I go home at lunch and have a sleep. I'll get up, cook dinner for the family."

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The 58-year-old went on to explain that she is such a homebody. Keller has a greater home presence than most people may think, she explained during the candid interview.

Aside from co-hosting "Dancing with the Stars Australia," Keller is also known as the host of the award-winning Australian lifestyle program, "The Living Room."

Last year, it was reported that "The Living Room," which premiered in 2012, was axed. In spite of the fact that the news was not true, many fans of the show were dismayed.

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In an interview in February, the doting mother-of-two admitted that she was deeply touched when she learned that numerous fans did not want her show to end.

"I was at great pains to say, 'Don't panic, we're back,'" Keller explained. "There's such love for this show and we never ever take that for granted."

Keller said in an interview that she is uncertain about the dance series's future.

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Keller shares two sons, Liam and Jack, with her husband since 1989, Harley Oliver. Despite her busy schedule, Keller's family is still her number one priority.

Meanwhile, earlier this month, it was also reported that "Dancing with the Stars Australia" had seen its last days. According to an insider, the move of judge Tristan MacManus to Studio 10, along with Sarah Harris was a big sign that the dance series is gone.

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The source claimed that MacManus has a network contract and cannot just get rid of him. MacManus has been a judge of the Australian version of "Dancing with the Stars" since 2019, alongside Sharna Burgess and Craig Revel Horwood.

The reported axing of the show was the reason why Channel 10 was supposedly interested to make Burgess the new "Bachelorette" this season, the source added.

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But in a recent interview, current "Bachelorette" Elly Miles denied rumors that Burgess was the first choice of Channel 10 for the popular dating show.

Back in July, Keller said in an interview that she is uncertain about the dance series's future as she is yet to learn if it will return in 2021. From 2004 to 2015, "Dancing with the Stars Australia" aired on the Seven Network and started airing on Network 10 a year ago.

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