Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little sign four year deal with the Hit Network

Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little lock in multimillion dollar deal with the Hit Network: ‘Carrie is my best mate so another four years of riding her coat-tails’

Carrie Bickmore recently surprised fans when she quit The Project.

But fans of her national radio show can breathe a sigh of relief after the Hit Network confirmed she and Tommy Little won’t be going anywhere for the next four years.

On Monday, the network announced the popular hosts have signed a mega deal to continue to entertain Aussies on their popular Drive series, Carrie & Tommy.

Here to stay! Carrie Bickmore and her co-host Tommy Little have signed on for another four more years with the Hit Network

Here to stay! Carrie Bickmore and her co-host Tommy Little have signed on for another four more years with the Hit Network

‘This show is such an incredible joy for me and being able to bring that joy to our listeners for another four years is extremely exciting,’ Carrie, 41, said in a statement.

‘We already have so many thrilling adventures locked in for 2023 but in true Carrie & Tommy style, I am sure none of those will go as planned!’

Tommy, 37, added: ‘We’re here for a good time and a long time. Carrie is my best mate so another four years of riding her coat tails is a dream come true.’

On Monday, The Hit Network announced that the popular hosts have signed a mega deal to continue to entertain Aussies on their popular Drive series, Carrie & Tommy

On Monday, The Hit Network announced that the popular hosts have signed a mega deal to continue to entertain Aussies on their popular Drive series, Carrie & Tommy

Bickmore announced her departure from The Project after 12 years on air last month.

She told viewers she was quitting to spend more time with her family. 

The Gold Logie winner has been on The Project desk since the program launched in 2009 and has since become a familiar face on Australian screens.

Bickmore announced her departure from The Project after 12 years on air last month

Bickmore announced her departure from The Project after 12 years on air last month 

‘I have some news that I wanted to share… s**t I’m already crying,’ she began. ‘I have made the tough decision to finish up hosting the show at the end of the year.’

Rumours have since circulated about her next career move, with some industry observers expecting to see her show up on Nine’s A Current Affair next year. 

Listeners can tune into Carrie & Tommy 3pm-6pm weekdays nationally on the Hit Network or via the LiSTNR app. 

Listeners can tune into Carrie & Tommy 3pm-6pm weekdays nationally on the Hit Network or via the LiSTNR app

Listeners can tune into Carrie & Tommy 3pm-6pm weekdays nationally on the Hit Network or via the LiSTNR app 

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