Australian broadcaster and musician
Robinson at the premiere of The Lucky One in 2012
Sharlene Marie Zeta Robinson
8 March 1981
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
|Occupation||Television, radio personality|
(m. 2003; div. 2009)
|Partner(s)||Liam Talbot (2016–present)|
Sharlene Marie Zeta Robinson (born 8 March 1981), known professionally as Charli Robinson and previously as Charli Delaney, is an Australian television and radio presenter, most famously known as an original member of children's musical group Hi-5 and the television series of the same name. She left Hi-5 in February 2008 after ten years with the group. She is known now as a presenter on Nine Network travel program Getaway.
Charli Robinson Intro articles: 4
Robinson was born in Newcastle, New South Wales and she has an older sister named Cassandra. She attended Hunter School of the Performing Arts at Broadmeadow, Newcastle, before featuring in various TV shows and soap operas.
Robinson was the youngest original member of group Hi-5.
Robinson chose to leave Hi-5 in February 2008, officially announcing on 22 February 2008 that she would be leaving the group. She indicated that she would continue with the show until a suitable replacement was found. Robinson noted her plans for the future include other presenting work, and acting in television and films, to challenge herself. She served as a judge on Battle of the Choirs in 2008, and also appeared on the eighth season of Dancing with the Stars.
In 2009, Robinson co-hosted the celebrity singing show It Takes Two with Home and Away actor Paul O'Brien and signed a three-year contract with the show. She also appeared in the short film Tegan the Vegan
Robinson had a show on the Today Network's 2DayFM and Fox FM on late nights initially [Monday to Wednesday] with Chris Page and had co-hosted the Top 6 @ 6 with Danno on the Today Network for one hour. 21 August 25 July
Charli Robinson Biography articles: 15
Television and radio miscellaneous
On 5 December 2011, it was announced that Charli was signed to host the Sea FM Gold Coast breakfast show in 2012 with Simon "Baggs" Baggott and Paul "Galey" Gale.
Overview of "It%27s a Knockout (Australian game show)" article
In February 2016, Robinson revealed that she and her partner of five years, Justin Kirkpatrick, had separated.
In August 2018, Robinson and partner Liam Talbot announced they were expecting their first child.
On 27 December 2018, Robinson and Talbot welcomed a baby girl, Kensington Claire Talbot.
On 13 October 2019, Robinson and her partner, Liam Talbot, became engaged at Mount Panorama.
On 20 July 2020, Robinson and Talbot welcomed their second child, another baby girl, Theadora Elle Talbot.
|1999–2008||Hi-5||Presenter||Series 1 to 10|
|2007||Spicks And Specks||Guest|
|2008||Good News Week||Guest|
|2008||Battle of the Choirs||Series Judge|
|2008||Dancing with the Stars||Contestant|
|2008||Carols in the Domain||Performer||Performed "Away in a Manger"|
|2009||The Squiz||Regular guest|
|2011–14||The Dirt TV||Reporter|
|2011–12||It's a Knockout||Host|
|2019||Channel Nine Queensland Children's Hospital Telethon||Host|
Dancing with the Stars performances
In late 2008, Robinson competed in the eighth season of Dancing with the Stars. Robinson's partner was Csaba Szirmai, one of the show's resident professional dancers.
|Week #||Dance/Song||Judges' score||Total Score||Result|
|1||Cha-cha-cha / "Pictures"||6||7||7||20||Safe|
|2||Tango / "My Love"||8||8||7||23||Safe|
|3||Samba / "Mas Que Nada"||7||7||8||22||Safe|
|4||Quickstep / "Right Now"||6||8||8||22||Bottom Two|
|5||Salsa / "Low"||8||9||9||26||Safe|
|6||West Coast Swing / "Don't Wanna Go to Bed Now"||8||8||8||24||Safe|
|7||Paso Doble/ "Bolero"
Rumba / "Colors of the Wind"
|8||Jive/ "Yeh Yeh"
|9||Tango/ "Tango Forte"
Cha-Cha-Cha – Quickstep – Salsa Segue/ "Kiss" – "Keep Young and Beautiful" – "Groove Is in the Heart"
Charli Robinson Filmography articles: 24
- "About Hi-5: Charli Robinson". Archived from the original on 22 February 2001.
- "Hi-5: Meet the Gang - Charli".
- "Hi-5: About Charli". Archived from the original on 31 October 2007.
- "Where's the Bear?", The Age, pp. 1, 2, 3, 21 May 2000 Note: Article is published across three pages.
- "Charli Delaney quits Hi-5 for Adam Gilchrist". The Daily Telegraph. 22 February 2008. Retrieved 22 February 2008.
- Knox, David (27 July 2008). "Toni tangos to Seven". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 27 July 2008.
- EoR media Archived 12 September 2009 at the Wayback Machine, Tegan the Vegan
- – Charli Delaney on the airwaves
- "Charli Delaney joins 2DayFM". KNOWfirst. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
- "It's a Knockout is returning to TV". The Age. Melbourne. 17 October 2011.
- "Charli Robinson hosts It's a Knockout, Breakfast for SEA FM - Profile Talent Management". Archived from the original on 7 May 2016. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
- "Charli Delaney's fairytale marriage comes to an end". The Daily Telegraph. 1 December 2009. Retrieved 27 February 2011.