The last week of February means we’re nearing mad March. Luckily, The Project has a bumper week of viewing to help take the edge off.

What do Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers and Sam Smith all have in common? They love blasting Sunday night’s desk guest, Maisie Peters, on repeat. The prodigious 21-year-old is in town supporting Ed Sheeran on his stadium tour and headlining her own sold-out shows.

Later, Georgie Tunny has the TV exclusive chat with Smashing Pumpkinsfrontman, Billy Corgan. He’ll be kindred spirits with The Project’s own Sarah Harris, who holds the Guinness World Record for smashing pumpkins.

The Project alumnus Peter Helliar joins the Melbourne desk live on Monday. Will the panel’s funny men Pete and Sam go head-to-head? Will Pricey start seeing double? You’ll have to tune in to find out!

Then it’s time to slip on your blue suede shoes as Austin Butler joins the show for an exclusive, and emotional, chat about doing justice to Elvis, his family, and his legacy.

Keeping the panel gigging and living up to his touring show’s name, Live and Intimidating, comedian Reuben Kaye is gracing the desk on Tuesday. Known for his risqué burlesque routines, unwavering wit and sharp tongue, you won’t want to miss this high-camp cameo.

On Wednesday, The Project speaks with John Easterling and Chloe Lattanzi for their only live interview following Olivia Newton-John’s State Memorial this Sunday.

Then, Budjerah takes the reins on the Melbourne desk. Not only is this ARIA award-winning wunderkind touring with Ed Sheeran, he’s also nominated for Aussie / Kiwi Legend Of The Year at the 2023 Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards.

Hot on the heels of her Sydney WorldPride Opening Concert performance, we catch Charlie XCX on Thursday. Next, iconic Aussie supermodel Megan Gale joins the desk to chat about the 185th anniversary of retail behemoth, David Jones.

Happy POETS Day! To celebrate, The Project is piling on the celeb chats live on the Sydney desk. Gird your loins when Jackass’ own Steve-O joins the panel but take consolation knowing this outspoken stuntman is only packing punches with laughs ahead of his tour, The Bucket List.

Next up, it’s Kiwi comic Guy Montgomery, followed by James Schloeffel (The Shovel) and Charles Firth (The Chaser) who are ready to give viewers a taste of their biting satire.

A preview of the best comedy in town, exclusive chats with the world’s biggest A-listers, and your daily dose of news – there’s no time like the present to be part of The Project’s live studio audiences in Melbourne and Sydney here.  

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