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Bundy duo star struck

STAR COMPANY: Bundaberg’s Emma and Demi Pressler-McHugh bumped into Ellen DeGeneres in the Qantas Chairman’s Lounge at Sydney Airport.
STAR COMPANY: Bundaberg’s Emma and Demi Pressler-McHugh bumped into Ellen DeGeneres in the Qantas Chairman’s Lounge at Sydney Airport.

ELLEN DeGeneres was seeing double Bundy trouble this week at Sydney.

Bundaberg twins Emma and Demi Pressler-McHugh were on the way back from rowing for St Luke's Anglican School at the national titles when they had a chance encounter with the superstar talk show host in the Qantas Chairman's Lounge at the Sydney Airport.

The excited duo was keen for a photo with the vibrant Degeneres who was only too happy to oblige.

Topics:  ellen degeneres, st luke's anglican school




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