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Australia'You've got very blue eyes, haven't you?' Hilarious moment Bill Shorten gets lost in Peter Helliar's penetrating gaze on The Project

19:50  15 may  2019
19:50  15 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Helliar rose to national attention in 1999, when he became a regular (aka side-kick) to Rove McManus on Rove, which aired on the Nine Network. ^ Martin' s Get This gets the chop – The Age, 16 Oct 2007. ^ a b Peter Helliar talks about how good life can be when you ' ve just lost your job | Herald Sun

Well if you told me you were drowning, I would not lend a hand I've seen your face before my friend, but I don' t know if you know who I am And I was there and I saw what you did, I saw it with my own two eyes So you can wipe off that grin, I know where you ' ve . been It' s all been a pack of lies.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten made an awkward fumble during his latest television appearance before vowing to help a family facing deportation.

'You've got very blue eyes, haven't you?' Hilarious moment Bill Shorten gets lost in Peter Helliar's penetrating gaze on The Project© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Shorten stumbled midway through a pitch about transitioning from coal and into more renewable energy sources as he got distracted by host Pete Helliar's eyes Appearing on The Project on Wednesday, the Labor leader made a last-minute bid for voters ahead of this weekend's Federal Election.

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But Mr Shorten stumbled midway through a pitch about transitioning from coal and into more renewable energy sources as he got distracted by host Pete Helliar's eyes.

'This is the equivalent of moving from a horse to a motorcar...we need a government in Canberra who's got a plan to transition us.

'Did you know, for instance, we are proposing to roll out…you've got very blue eyes haven't you Pete?'

The hosts erupted in laughter but the jovial quips did not last long and it quickly turned the talk back to policy.

During the interview Mr Shorten was asked what he would do to help a Tamil asylum seeker family who are facing deportation.

Refugees Nadesalingam, Priya and their two daughters have been in immigration detention since March last year.

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You almost ran the red 'cause you were looking over me. Wind in my hair, I was there, I remember it all too well. Photo album on the counter, your cheeks were turning red. Maybe we got lost in translation, maybe I asked for too much, And maybe this thing was a masterpiece 'til you tore it all up.

The family are set to be sent back to to Sri Lanka, where they claim they will face persecution.

'You've got very blue eyes, haven't you?' Hilarious moment Bill Shorten gets lost in Peter Helliar's penetrating gaze on The Project© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'Did you know for instance, we are proposing to roll out¿you've got very blue eyes haven't you Pete,' he said before laughter erupted from the hosts

Mr Shorten has promised to reopen the case and urged the government not to deport the family before Saturday's election.

'I'm promising to reopen the matter and I'm promising to give it consideration.

'This family, as I understand, has exhausted a range of legal appeals. It's right back on the minister's desk.'

The tight-knit Queensland town of Biloela, where the family had originally settled, has been fighting to keep them in Australia.

On Tuesday, the High Court dismissed their case for review.

Following Sri Lanka's civil war, the pair moved to Australia separately by boat in 2012 and 2013.

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Bill Shorten and Peter Helliar competed in a high visibility vest competition. It involved the pair competing to see who could put the vest on quicker. Mr Shorten beat The Project ' s Helliar by almost four seconds on Tuesday. Labor leader' s time was 15.5 seconds and comedian' s was 18 seconds.

Oh, you ' ve got green eyes Oh, you ' ve got blue eyes Oh, you ' ve got grey eyes And I've never seen anyone quite like you before No, I've never met Each way I turn, I know I'll always try To break this circle that' s been placed around me From time to time, I find I've lost some need That was urgent to

They were placed in an immigration detention centre in March last year.

A spokesperson from the Australian Border Force told ABC the 'family's case has been assessed, over many years, by the department, various tribunals and courts, including the High Court of Australia'.

'Non-citizens who do not hold a valid visa and who have exhausted all outstanding avenues to remain in Australia are expected to depart to their country of citizenship.'

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