Chris Bath Quits Sunday Night at Seven
Prominent celebrity news in Australia resources take a keen interest in the continuing saga of veteran journalist Chris Bath as she quits Channel Seven with unanswered questions that make inquisitive people raise their eyebrows. Comments on social media focus on various issues like having to take a pay cut, a controversial relationship with co-host and network rival Sam Armytage who dubbed her Bath Vader, contract dispute with Seven executives, and her wish to explore fresh options in her career. Read more now…
New Updates on Chris Bath at Celebrity News in Australia
While speculations run on the real reasons that made her quit the network after two decades, we’re taking a new look at 45 year-old Melissa Doyle, who takes over Chris Bath’s Sunday Night hosting and reporting. Melissa has been tapped to read Seven News Sydney’s 6pm bulletin on Fridays and Saturdays, and has twitted 'Cannot wait to get started on Sunday Night' when the announcement of her appointment was made. Considered by many as a fitting replacement to Bath, she was beset with similar troubles two years ago when rumors were rife about the network booting her out of the top rating morning show Sunrise.
Many celebrity news in Australia resources also took another look at the Armytage-Bath rivalry when the 48 year-old Bath quipped “May the force be with Sam” in a recent interview done by News Corp Australia. Sunrise producer Adam Boland revealed the nickname in the book Brekky Central. Chris Bath has spent 20 years with the network in a variety of roles, and is one of the best-known faces of Channel Seven. Her rivalry and behind-the-scenes battles with Sam Armytage has been a long-standing rumor in the network.
Past 20 Years!
For the past 20 years, many watched Chris Bath as her career achievements soared. She started as a trainee manager at Kmart before turning to a career in journalism. She has gathered legions of followers through her various reporting and hosting roles, the most high profile being a host for the current affairs program Sunday Night. She was recently replaced by Mark Ferguson as the main presenter of the Sydney bulletin.
We’re keeping close tabs on Chris Bath, who will continue hosting Sunday Night, and reading Friday and Saturday 6pm news bulletins in Sydney until August. While the veteran journalist has not announced her next move, close sources say she is exploring all options and will cast her nets wide. She plans to enjoy a holiday before looking for another job.
We may see the brunette beauty soon in another channel as more update unfolds at this celebrity news in Australia resource, so keep posted for our next posts!