Star power will add some magic to delectable day

Lincoln BertelliSouth Western Times

A former The Bachelor star and Australia’s Got Talent illusionist are set to add some extra star power to this month’s Chefs’ Long Table Lunch.

Perth’s Blake Garvey, who shot to prominence as The Bachelor during the 2014 version of the reality television show, will be the MC during the 14th staging of the Bunbury event.

Adam Murby, one half of illusionist duo Adam and Selina, was a grand finalist on Australia’s Got Talent in 2010 and will wow crowds with his act at the lunch on February 26.

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Garvey said he was looking forward to being at Pat Usher Foreshore for the popular event.

“With local legends Tania Kershaw and Don Hancey at the helm, I already know the food is going to be outstanding,” Garvey said.

Blake Garvey from The Bachelor will MC this month's Chefs’ Long Table Lunch.
Camera IconBlake Garvey from The Bachelor will MC this month's Chefs’ Long Table Lunch.

“I’m looking forward to doing my part to add to the atmosphere and entertainment of the occasion, which all goes towards raising money for a great cause.”

Murby also said he was looking forward to spending the day with the South West community.

“I’m excited to share my magic and many moments of astonishment with everyone I meet,” Murby said.

Tickets are still available for the lunch through www.chefslongtable.com.

This year’s beneficiaries will be Sail Into Life, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

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