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Australia'You're wearing black… for a wake?' Julie Bishop wears a black dress for live TV coverage of the election – but says there's a simple explanation

11:35  18 may  2019
11:35  18 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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' You ' re wearing black … for a wake ?' Julie Bishop wears a black dress for live TV coverage of the election – but says there ' s a simple explanation . The former Foreign Minister was welcomed to the panel of Nine New's Federal Election coverage , as polling edged towards closing on Saturday

' You ' re wearing black … for a wake ?' Julie Bishop wears a Ms Bishop said she was 'sad' for Mr Abbott but wasn't surprised by the defeat. 'I think it was an inevitable outcome. Ms Bishop , who joined the panel for Nine' s Federal Election live TV coverage , counted down as the former Prime

Julie Bishop has donned a black dress for the live TV coverage of the election, but swears she's not mourning a loss.

The former Foreign Minister was welcomed to the panel of Nine New's Federal Election coverage, as polling edged towards closing on Saturday evening.

Ms Bishop, who famously wore a bedazzled blue dress for the Federal Budget, opted for a black outfit which caught the eye of the panel.

'You're wearing black… for a wake?' Julie Bishop wears a black dress for live TV coverage of the election – but says there's a simple explanation© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Julie Bishop has donned a black dress for the live TV coverage of the election

'You're wearing black - for a wake? Is it going to be a victory,' she was asked.

Ms Bishop said her choice in tone was not reflective of the result but rather the Liberal Party's budget.

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'It means we are back in black. This is about being back in surplus,' she explained.

'I don't think we can decisively predict at this stage who will win.'

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"It is absolutely acceptable to wear black to a wedding. Wearing black used to signify that the attendee was making a statement against the marriage. " There ' s a huge misconception that wearing black to a wedding is still a faux pas, but that's not the case. Black is perfectly appropriate for a wedding guest."

'Just wear it with a little black dress , you ’ll never be overdressed or underdressed in a little black dress . Although she' s known for her expensive And the minister is careful to dress for the weather (as pictured right during a British summer with Boris Johnson), and the culture (left in an Armani

'It will either be a Coalition with a third term in government, if Labor win, it will be the only eights time since the Second World.'

Ms Bishop was also quizzed about claims the party would have a better chance of winning if she was to be the face of their campaign.

'Well, we will never know, as I'm not in this campaign,' she said.

'You're wearing black… for a wake?' Julie Bishop wears a black dress for live TV coverage of the election – but says there's a simple explanation© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'It means we are back in Black. This is about being back in surplus,' she explained

Ms Bishop remained faithful to Prime Minister Scott Morrison and referred to last year's leadership spill.

'I put my hand forward, but the party chose Scott Morrison,' she said.

'We cannot criticise the work Scott Morrison has won this campaign.

'He has been unrelenting and very energetic.'

'You're wearing black… for a wake?' Julie Bishop wears a black dress for live TV coverage of the election – but says there's a simple explanation© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The former Foreign Minister was welcomed the panel of Nine New's Federal Election coverage, as polling edged towards closing on Saturday evening Ms Bishop then relayed the saying 'que sera sera' which translates to 'whatever will be, will be'.

Nine News will use the 'Bish Boot', a graphic of Ms Bishop's iconic red heel, to 'boot' politicians out of the office when they lose their seats.

Ms Bishop wore the shoes - red satin with bejewelled heels - when she announced her resignation as minister last year.

She remembered them fondly, describing them as her 'functional work boot'.

The shoes, which she only wore once, were donated to the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.

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