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In 2008, during an episode of Dancing with Stars, Kruger made a comment about a "sweat shop of illegal immigrants" working on her wardrobe for the Melbourne Cup carnival before referring to the show's musical director Chong Lim, the show’s Malaysian-born musical director with the words "How’s the family, Chong? On 18 July 2016, during an appearance on the morning show Today, Kruger called for a complete ban on Muslims entering Australia, in agreement with an opinion piece by commentator Andrew Bolt.
Kruger defended her comments saying "I believe it’s vital in a democratic society to be able to discuss these issues without being labelled racist." The firebombing of a Perth radio station initially linked by media reports to the presenters disagreeing with Kruger's views was later determined by police to be "coincidental" and "nothing to do with the Islam discussion." On the 1st of August, 2016, during an appearance on Today Extra, Kruger had referred to a disadvantage scholarship, which required the prospective student to submit their sexuality, as "reverse discrimination", arguing that is should only be rewarded on merit, and that being LGBTI does not hold discrimination.
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She co-hosted the series with both Daryl Somers Spice Girls member and UK songstress Melanie Brown replaced Kruger for the series' twelfth season which premiered in April 2012.
Kruger then signed a development deal with the Nine Network in November 2011.
Kruger has been in a relationship with Craig Mc Pherson, executive producer of Today Tonight, since February 2009.“Craig is a fantastic partner,” she says.“He totally understands this business.
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Kruger has been an Entertainment Reporter for both Seven Network shows Today Tonight, Sunrise and 11AM.