Pitch documents reveal Julie Bishop's plans for new talk show The Conversation

Julie Bishop's push for TV stardom: Ex-foreign minister is set to launch her own talk show - and she's got Oprah and Princess Mary in her sights Pitch documents have unveiled Julie Bishop's plans for a new TV talk show  Bishop aims to host A-listers such as Oprah and Princess Mary in her first season The show, has been pitched to major networks as a 'event documentary series'  

By Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:38 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 00:38 BST, 1 July 2019

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Julie Bishop is leaving politics behind and vying for a spot on the big screen in hopes of becoming Australia's newest television talk show host. 

The former deputy leader of the Liberal Party has been revealed to be in the process of developing a new television show called The Conversation with Julie Bishop.  

Pitch documents obtained by the Diary have unveiled the former MP's ambitious plans for her new 'event documentary series' which involves her interviewing a heap of A-list guests in the first season. 

Former deputy leader Julie Bishop, 62, is leaving politics behind in hopes of becoming Australia's newest talking head

Former deputy leader Julie Bishop, 62, is leaving politics behind in hopes of becoming Australia's newest talking head 

Pitch documents have unveiled the former MP's plans for a new talk show called The Conversation

Pitch documents have unveiled the former MP's plans for a new talk show called The Conversation

Bishop's star-studded guest list includes Princess Mary, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, former US First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, singer Sia, Nigella Lawson and Sam Kerr. 

It is unknown if she has managed to secure any of the influential guests yet. 

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