The comedy duo will depart the afternoon show next year.
The comedy duo joined the afternoon show with Sharyn Casey in 2016.
The Project host addressed the stoush between the politician and Mark Richardson.
"We're excited to see if his message of 'I love you, you love me' can stand the test of time."
The successful applicant will also be provided with a blanket and a popcorn maker.
The pair have opened up in a new documentary.
The reality TV star gets real about "sl*t-shaming".
"If you realise you are not in love with someone, it is not a feeling you can hide."
Usually when a show gets dropped, it's because people aren't watching - but that's not the case, writes Jesse Mulligan.
Toby Stoff believes the famous Dunedin street may still be the world's steepest.
The action comes as pressure on the local TV industry mounts.
"This is sick, they're staring at a dot," Marge said at the time.
Over 600 movies and TV shows have now been announced.
He's returned to Middle-earth's Laketown, in costume.
"That's worse than anything Ray ever said on the show."