If you’re in need of a pick-me-up next week, The Project has got you covered. With back-to-back comedians, and a roster of the world’s hottest stars, you don’t need to worry about the blues on Monday – or any other day.

Combat the Sunday scaries when Adam Lambert joins live on the Sydney desk. In town to promote his new album High Drama, Adam comes fresh from recording his latest single: a glam-rock retelling of Bonnie Tyler’s 1980s hit Holding Out for a Hero. Sharing the spotlight on the desk is emerging Aussie star Ruel, spilling the beans on his debut album 4th Wall, out now.

If the name Kim Petras sounds familiar, it’s probably because you caught her jaw-dropping performance of Unholy alongside Sam Smith at the Grammys – and now she’s coming to your living room on Monday thanks to The Project. Then, buckle in for all the lols as Dave Thornton brings his wisecracks and cheeky smile to the desk.

Keeping the funny ball rolling Tuesday is Canadian stand-up comedian Russell Peters, who’s in town for his world tour – Act Your Age: a hilarious take on cancel culture, aging and the current state of the world.

On hump day, it’s a good day to be part of thestudio audience (register here) when The Project OG, Hughesy, drops by the desk to check in on the new team and give a preview of his upcoming comedy tour: Too Good.

Whether you know him from Like a Surgeon, Eat It or Party in the CIA, Weird Al Yankovic is beloved the world over for his musical satire. The good news is Weird Al is touring Australia this month, and the even better news is that you can catch him live on the desk on Thursday. As if that wasn’t enough, co-host of the wildly popular podcast The Imperfects and Director of The Resilience Project, Hugh van Cuylenburg, also joins us Thursday to talk about the path to happiness and better mental health.

Devotees of the saucy Netflix drama Sex/Life will be thrilled to know the series is back with a sequel, and on Friday night we’ve got the star the show and that infamous scene, Adam Demos, on the Sydney desk. March might mean the start of autumn, but on The Project desk things are just heating up.

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