Entertainment Sunrise host Natalie Barr 'didn't speak to Sam Armytage outside work'
Sam Armytage 'set to release tell-all book' about her time on Sunrise
According to New Idea, the 44-year-old has been approached by a publisher to write her own memoir, and 'no one is exempt' from being written aboutAnd Sam Armytage could be reliving some of her most cherished and outrageous memories from the program, with rumours surfacing on Monday that she's set to release a 'tell-all book' about her time in the TV industry.
New Sunrise anchor Natalie Barr has revealed for the first time she didn't have a close relationship with her predecessor Sam Armytage.
When asked about rumours the two women did not get along, Natalie toldthey weren't friends outside the workplace.
The 53-year-old said that while the pair 'got along very well in the office', they rarely spoke after the cameras stopped rolling because they didn't have much in common.
'The truth is we didn't really see each other outside the office,' Natalie said.
Samantha Armytage reveals her plans to return to TV
Samantha Armytage resigned from her hosting gig on Sunrise in March. And on the latest installment of her podcast, Something To Talk About, she's revealed her plans to return to TV during a conversation with Kyle Sandilands.The radio shock jock boasted that he would never retire and that he was so committed to his radio career that would 'take his last breath on-air'. © Provided by Daily Mail ( The former TV presenter said: 'I'm semi-retired,' before adding, 'But I'll go again, I'm just having a break.' Sam then hinted that she would make her return to TV 'one of these days'.
'We had vastly different lives, I guess,' the mother of two added. 'We were in different places. She was hanging with her friends, and I was spending time with my family.
'So, yes, were were in different places.'
Natalie's interview comes after she was reportedly rankled by comments Sam made in a newspaper column in February about working mothers in the TV industry.
Sam - who quit Sunrise in March, making way for Natalie to replace her - claimed she'd been assigned more work than her female colleagues in the past simply because she was unmarried and childless.
She said 'bosses don't ask as much of you if you're a wife or mother', adding: 'I've never shied away from hard work, but there was an expectation that Sam would do it because she's got nothing else going on.'
US to investigate Trump-era seizures of Democrats’ phone data
Calls grow for former attorneys general Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions to testify about the data seizures.The announcement by Inspector General Michael Horowitz came shortly after Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco made the request on Friday. Horowitz said he would examine whether the data turned over by Apple followed the department policy and “whether any such uses, or the investigations, were based upon improper considerations”.
At the time, many TV insiders wondered how Natalie would have reacted to this bold statement, given that she regularly picks up international assignments and fills in for colleagues at short notice, despite being married with two teenage children.
For months before her departure, rumours had swirled that Sam, 44, didn't get along with Natalie, who was Sunrise's newsreader before stepping up to the main desk.
Sources also claimed she didn't see eye to eye with her co-anchor David 'Kochie' Koch either.
These whispers were seemingly confirmed when Natalie and Kochie didn't attend Sam's leaving party at the Catalina restaurant in Sydney's Rose Bay on March 11.
Eyebrows were raised yet again in May when it emerged Sam didn't follow either of them on Instagram, despite following many other Seven colleagues.
The co-star feuds you didn't know about
Entertainment is a competitive business, so it shouldn't be surprising that there might be a few, er, disagreements between stars. Of course, no one would ever know - any given breakfast or radio show in Australia is all smiles, friendly banter and seamless chemistry. Entertainment is a competitive business, so it shouldn't be surprising that there might be a few, er, disagreements between stars. Of course, no one would ever know - any given breakfast or radio show in Australia is all smiles, friendly But behind closed doors, there's a lot more going on.
Sam downplayed this snub on her News Corp podcast earlier this month, saying: 'I don't think I unfo... I don't think anyone's following anyone in there.'
Judge Rules There Isn't Enough Evidence to Charge Barr, Trump Over Protesters' Removal .
"We will always stand up for the rights of those peacefully demonstrating for racial justice, and this ruling sends the wrong message for police accountability efforts at a time when it is needed the most," said Arthur Ago.U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich dismissed the lawsuit's claims that Trump and Barr planned in advance to violate the rights of those protesting racial injustice. It was filed by the ACLU of DC, the Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the law firm of Arnold & Porter in support of Black Lives Matter DC and individual protesters, the Associated Press reported.