Good Health Choices Magazine NZ

Finding STRENGTH

For someone whose favourite saying is “Get s*** done”, it might seem a little out of character for Jenny-May to arrive late to our photoshoot, but she has good reason.

After the fire at the SkyCity Convention Centre saw the TVNZ building evacuated, Breakfast on this particular morning may have looked and sounded a touch different due to a last minute change of studio. Everything else though, was seemingly in place.

Hair curled and makeup done, she was rocking a vibrant floral jumpsuit that we see her in later that morning after their emergency de-brief. What you couldn’t see, was that minutes before the cameras started rolling, the news presenter was in a pair of jeans and a grey tee, and given their quick evacuation, clothing options in the makeshift studio were nil.

That floral jumpsuit was not part of the plan, nor was it part of the show wardrobe, nor was it part of Jenny-May’s personal wardrobe – it was straight off the back of her producer.

That’s showbiz. This woman

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