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‘Charlie’s Angels’ showcase Docklands

03 Aug 2010

‘Charlie’s Angels’ showcase Docklands Image

By Alison Kinkade

The Charlie’s Angels of Docklands have finally hit the small screen with J.C. Street Real Estate agents, Cheryle and Julie Street, and fellow agent Sharn Swann featuring in Channel Seven’s new documentary series, Under the Hammer.

The show, which began on Monday, July 26, follows the gorgeous girls around as Cheryle tries to sell a property in South Melbourne for two clients, Mark and Damien, so that she can then help them purchase their dream apartment in Docklands.

The girls, who were picked for the reality television series by the show’s researchers, said being chosen came as a complete surprise.

“They just called us up for a chat and after chatting for a while they said you guys sound really great can we come in and meet you? We said yes sure come in for a wine, and they were like… a wine? And it just went from there,” Julie said with a laugh.

Deciding to do the show was an easy decision according to Cheryle, who features most prominently in the series.

“The main thing for us as agents was being able to put Docklands on the ‘map’ nationally, because everyone in Melbourne knows about it, but this show will go into thousands and thousands of homes nationally.”

A passionate Docklands resident, Cheryle was keen to show just how beautiful the suburb is.

“There is some opposition to Docklands out there, but the only people who are opposed to it are the people who don’t know it or who haven’t walked around here and spent some time here,” she said.

Cheryle is a seasoned performer having acted in at least 70 commercials and some TV shows, including Round the Twist.  She said she thoroughly enjoyed participating in the show and would do it again.

“It was fantastic and anything we can do to get Docklands out there we would do,” she said.

Although only two shows have aired, there is speculation that another series may already be on the cards and Cheryle has already put forward a candidate.

“They’ve just heard Julie’s doing an auction and they’re interested in continuing and Julie would be fantastic,” she said.

Under the Hammer is a reality television series which follows agents around as they reveal the methods they use to sell property at auction and airs on Channel Seven each Monday at 8pm.

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