Get ready for the spectacular and one-of-a-kind competition that is sure to leave the country holding its breath. To encounter Blow up Australiacoming to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2023.
Hosted by an acclaimed actor Stephen Curry and actor Becky Lucasalongside the resident balloon expert Chris Adamo and a host of celebrity guest judges, Blow up Australia will see the nation’s top balloon artists, decorators and tornadoes compete through a variety of challenges to transform ordinary balloons into extraordinary works of art.
Who has what it takes to claim the title of Australia’s Greatest Balloon Artist and who is just full of hot air? Stunning family fun with a twist is just around the corner.
director of content for Seven, entertainment programming, Angus Rosssaid:
“Blow up Australia is a breath of fresh air for Australian television. It has the wow factor, heart and humor that we know will captivate families across the country as they discover the amazing world of balloon art.
Chief Executive Officer of Endemol Shine Australia, Peter Newman, said:
“Blow up Australia will take Australian families to a shiny new world brimming with joy, fun and oversized balloon sculptures that have to be seen to be believed.
Stephen Curry said:
“Blow up Australia is a celebration of art, skill, design and unbridled imagination.
I’m so excited to embark on this crazy adventure with Becky and these exceptionally talented artists, which is sure to remind me once again of my obvious lack of discernible skills.
Rest assured, it’s not about balloon animals and pirate swords; This is a high quality large scale balloon sculpture. These artists are the thoroughbreds of the inflatable arts.
Becky Lucas added:
“There is something very exciting about participating in showcasing the talents of these balloon artists. I look forward to showcasing the incredibly talented people who dedicate their lives to a fairly unknown art form just for the fun of it. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
Blow up Australia is an Endemol Shine Australia (a Banijay company) production for the Seven Network, set to begin filming in Melbourne next month.