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Michael Lallo is an entertainment reporter for The Age. Michael joined The Age in 2006 as a feature writer. He has also been a news reporter for The Sunday Age, a deputy editor of Green Guide and a columnist and critic.
Michael Lallo Producer Amanda Collinge lists the "disturbing" reasons many women refuse to appear on the talk show.
Michael Lallo 'Dreams and talent are very different.' Reality TV contestant delivers brutal message.
Michael Lallo If you posted a smug social media update proclaiming "who are these nobodies?", you've fallen for Ten's ploy.
Michael Lallo As viewers tire of cooking and renovation shows, networks are wooing them back with romance.
Michael Lallo Game of Thrones is tweeting teaser clips to fans.
Michael Lallo They trumped the Beatles on the British charts and drew more viewers than the moon landing. This month, a new musical premieres in the town where the Seekers' sweet, tender sound was born.
Michael Lallo For five decades, Laurie Oakes has reported the machinations of Australian political life - and he's still just as fascinated by what goes on in the corridors of power.
Michael Lallo It's a fine Spring Racing Carnival tradition: interrupting live TV broadcasts by waving like an idiot, bellowing something mates, or ripping your gear off.
Michael Lallo If you're an international celebrity looking for a quiet break in Australia, it's best not come during the spring racing carnival.
Michael Lallo The rumours are true: Bachelorette Sam Frost will join Rove McManus as host of 2Day FM's new breakfast show, Rove & Sam.
Michael Lallo Karl Stefanovic proved his doubters wrong by making a success of Today. But can he succeed in prime time?
Michael Lallo Last night's Bachelorette spoiler breaks all the rules of reality TV. But what's really at stake in this secretive world?
Happily ever after
Michael Lallo Sasha is not the only one smitten with Sam. Why did Australian viewers fall so hard for The Bachelorette?
New dramas on the way
Michael Lallo With viewers hungry for local stories, the network will screen a record 308 hours of fresh Australian drama next year.
Michael Lallo The re-creation of an iconic dance move proved nobody puts Bindi in a corner.
Michael Lallo The Kyle and Jackie O Show gets its first gong since defecting from 2Day FM to Kiis FM.
Pop's bad boy
Michael Lallo With the Melbourne skyline in the background Bieber waved this magic won over his devotees.
Michael Lallo and Bhakthi Puvanenthiran Will Mad Men finally triumph in the best drama category? Can Amy Schumer continue her meteoric rise? Stay with us for on the ground reports from Michael Idato and commentary from Michael Lallo and...
We're in love
Michael Lallo Teenage girls, stay-at-home dads, ardent lefties: everyone is obsessed with The Bachelor. Why?
Michael Lallo Aussie boys have had their turn at the world's most popular reality dating format and, as Michael Lallo reports, now it's time for Sam Frost to show us what the girls can do.