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It’s the ukulele strumming robot that may just come to haunt members of parliament forever.
It’s inspired by Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s impromptu ukulele performance at Kirribilli House, where he serenaded Karl Stefanovic for a 60 Minutes story.
For keen electoral pundits, it’s another classic graphic in the all-time history of television coverage.
The tongue-in-cheek send off joins other colourful election nights that included appetising names such as the “crusher”, the “gurgler”, the “shark pool” and the “dead ducks”.
“If you are going to be leaving politics, what better way to go out than to the soothing sounds of a ukulele,” said Nine anchor Peter Overton.
“Perhaps bathed in the warm ‘April Sun of Cuba’. Just take a look at this. If we Zoom in on our little robot friend there, you see him strumming in time with the song, looking quite relaxed about it all.
“Bags are packed, and on the conveyor belt.”
For some tonight, Dragon’s iconic song may just be a suggestion to get away from the cool harshness of Aussie politics.
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