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Guess who? Aussie TV star looks unrecognizable as she shares throwback photo from her clubbing days: ‘I’d dance the night away’


She is one of Australia’s most popular TV presenters.

On Tuesday, Sarah Harris revealed a snippet of her clubbing heyday live on The Project.

The TV personality, 43, looked unrecognizable in the photo as she showed off her shorter brunette locks and flaunted a chic blue ensemble.

Harris candidly recalled her clubbing adventures with co-host Georgie Tunny, admitting: «I would dance the night away.»

It comes after Harris recently explained how having children changed her from a journalist chasing bad smoking stories to a proud mother of two.

On Tuesday, Sarah Harris, 43 (pictured), revealed a glimpse of her clubbing heyday live on The Project.

The project presenter shared the story of her transformation in Mel Wilson’s new book Parenting in Progress, an extract of which was published by news.com.au.

“When I started (in TV) you had to chase hard. I was such an everyday smoker, out on the road knocking on doors, said the 42-year-old.

“I was like a proper smoker. These kids saved my life in so many ways. A saying goes, «Before children, life was black and white, but after children, it becomes Technicolor.»

Women who smoke 20 packs of cigarettes a day are 13 times more likely to die from lung cancer than women who don’t smoke, according to research.

The TV personality looked unrecognizable in the photo as she showed off her shorter brunette locks and flaunted a chic blue ensemble.

The TV personality looked unrecognizable in the photo as she showed off her shorter brunette locks and flaunted a chic blue ensemble.

A former smoker’s cancer risk drops by half after ten years of not smoking.

Harris started smoking aged 21 and eventually quit after marrying «a wonderful man who absolutely hates smoking», she wrote in a 2014 column for The Daily Telegraph.

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Before giving up cigarettes for good, the Channel 10 presenter tried various methods to quit, including nicotine gum, inhalers, patches and lozenges.

Harris candidly recalled her clubbing adventures with co-host Georgie Tunny, admitting:

Harris candidly recalled her clubbing adventures with co-host Georgie Tunny, admitting: «I’d dance the night away»

It comes after Harris recently explained how having children changed her from a journalist chasing bad smoking stories to a proud mother of two.

It comes after Harris recently explained how having children changed her from a journalist chasing bad smoking stories to a proud mother of two.

She also tried hypnotherapists, two acupuncturists and a psychotherapist and was even prescribed «heavy duty» smoking cessation drugs that had nasty side effects.

Harris went on to explain to Wilson in ‘Parenting in Progress’ that despite her impressive career, having a family was her greatest achievement.

«I think having children has made me, and it’s probably my greatest achievement to date,» Sarah said.

«It’s one of the things I’m most proud of, something that feels so comfortable even though I’m still failing.

Harris announced her separation from IT specialist husband Tom Ward in March 2021, after seven years of marriage.

The former couple share custody of sons Paul, seven, and Harry, five.



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