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KAT HOYOS - Here Come The Habibs 6:41 am - Rove & Sam

Kat Hoyos spends some 1 on 2 with 2DAY FM Rove and Sam for breakfast. Listen in via this link! Rove & Sam - OMNY.FM

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Mum's the muse for Xanadu the Musical's Kat Hoyos

Kat Hoyos is playing a heavenly muse in Xanadu the Musical at Sydney's Hayes Theatre, but the inspiration behind this fast-rising entertainer's success is entirely mortal: her mother, Natalie. Amy Cooper - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Triple Threat Kat Talks Hollywood, Health and Hugh Jackman

The pampered, bratty Layla Habib (inspired by Kylie Jenner from Keeping up with the Kardashians), could not be further from the down to earth and hard working Kat Hoyos. Taking on the role of Layla in Here Come The Habibs is Kat’s big break into television. Victoria Webster - The Carousel

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At home with... The Habib’s Kat Hoyos

Kat Hoyos admits the character of Layla Habib on Channel 9’s Here Come the Habibs is vastly different to herself, although she’s been a great role to take on. Jennifer Veerhuis - The Daily Telegraph

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Behind the scenes: Photoshoot with the Habibs

When life gives you lemons, you dance! Here's what happened when TV WEEK caught up with the Habibs. And, to find out all their juicy goss, grab a copy of this week's mag - on sale now! - TV Week

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Kat hopes her new show will change television

Cronulla actress Kat Hoyos hopes that her new comedy series on Channel Nine, Here Come the Habibs will not only entertain but will be an instigator for change on television. Jim Gainsford - The Leader

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Here Come The Habibs! star Kat Hoyos on how she 'stalked' Kylie Jenner for her bratty teen role

Sydney actress Kat Hoyos was born into a Colombian family in Australia, earned her stripes with a performing arts degree and roles in short films, musicals, TV ads and even music videos for Guy Sebastian and Natalie Bassingthwaighte.
Adam Bub - TheFix

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Ten TV Shows To Watch In February

Australian TV kicks into gear for the antipodean autumn with a sign of its growing maturity. Here Come the Habibs promises to be a sitcom that tackles a subject with which the country has often appeared to be uneasy – immigration. The six-parter follows the Habib family on their second migration. The first was from Lebanon to Australia, but now the family finds themselves on the move to a posh Sydney suburb. Not everyone is happy to see them and the Habibs find themselves in conflict with those neighbours who find the new family and the attendant goats, chickens and shisha pipes hard to take at first. Premieres 1 February. (Credit: Nine Network) Ben Dowell - BBC

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Kat Hoyos in AAA

Kat Hoyos was a feature story in AAA Australia - It is the entertainment 'go to' magazine providing industry information in all areas of the arts. Stephanie Delaney -

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Meet Layla

Here come the habibs
She is fun, flirtatious and ready for the spotlight.
If there's a chance she can increase her insta followers, she's there. Channel 9 - Now

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Rising star Kat Hoyos from Here Come the Habibs heading for fame

WHEN she was still a child, Newtown actress Kat Hoyos made a sensible decision — she would become a successful entertainer and she’s on her way after her debut as Layla on Nine’s new comedy Here Come the Habibs last night. Steve Stickney - Daily Telegraph

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Jersey Boys has plenty of girl power

They were always singing about women. The ones they pined for. The ones their eyes adored. The ones they were begging to stay just a little bit longer. Simon Plant - Herald Sun

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Girls are Stealing the Show

Everyone realises how important the girls are for the show. - AdelaideNow.com.au

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Stage star in Jersey Boys has triple the fun

For Hoyos, breathing the same air as the audience makes for a rewarding experience as a performer.
"It is so nice to get that immediate response from the audience each night, " she said.
"Working live it happens so organically and is different each night and that is the most exciting thing." Tamara Gasser - St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

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Kat Hoyos stars in Body in the Yard

RETURNING to Fairfield to film the thrilling feature movie Body in the Yard created a sense of nostalgia for former Canley Heights resident Kat Hoyos. Bianca Perez - Fairfield City Champion

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