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​Scott Morrison Fires Up The Ukulele In Preview Of Upcoming ‘Tell All’ Interview

Vivienne Kelly

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​Scott Morrison Fires Up The Ukulele In Preview Of Upcoming ‘Tell All’ Interview

Featured Image Credit: Channel 9

The Prime Minister is ramping up his pre-election PR campaign after a series of negative headlines.

Scott Morrison, along with his wife Jenny, sat down with Channel 9's Karl Stefanovic for a 60 Minutes Interview which will screen this Sunday.

The trailer for Sunday's show refers to Jenny as the PM's 'secret weapon' and questions if she can swing the election in his favour.

The voiceover also says Morrison will 'fight back' in the interview.

In further footage released by Channel 9 this morning, Scott Morrison is shown playing the ukulele.

He strums along and sings the 1977 Dragons' hit 'April Sun in Cuba', but it's not long before he forgets the words.

Credit: Channel 9
Credit: Channel 9

Photo and PR opportunities with politicians are only set to increase in the coming weeks and months as Australia crawls towards the 2022 election.

Last Friday, the PM wrapped up a horror week with a photo and PR opportunity at a hairdresser in Mount Eliza in Victoria.

Sky News Australia journalist Julia Bradley captured the moment the PM picked up a hose (well, a tap), and attempted to rinse the staff member's hair.

Morrison has not yet announced the date, however it is expected to take place on or before May 21.

The population must be given at least 33 days notice of the impending election date, but it's possible to have as many as 68 days between when the writ is issued and the actual election date.

The most recent Newspoll results, released by News Corp, put Morrison's Coalition at 34 per cent of the primary vote, with Labor on the rise to 41 per cent.

When it comes to just the two major players, the Coalition is also trailing Labor 44 per cent to 56 per cent.

Topics: News, Scott Morrison, Australia

Vivienne Kelly
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