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Kate Ceberano concludes the song at the Australian Open ahead of Ashleigh Barty’s semi-finals

Kate Severano entertains spectators at the Australian Open ahead of Ashleigh Barty’s semi-final match against the American Madison Keys


Ashleigh Barty now bears the hope of Australian singles tennis. Australian Open..

Another local icon, Kate Severano, was charged with entertaining the spectators ahead of Thursday’s semi-final match for a 25-year-old athlete.

The 55-year-old singer belted the song for Melbourne A crowd in the park before Bertie blows the American Madison Keys with a biased victory of 6-1, 6-3.

Hitmaker: Kate Ceberano was charged with entertaining the crowd ahead of Thursday’s semi-final match for 25-year-old tennis star Ashleigh Barty.

The bedroom eyes hit maker wore a long-sleeved red dress for pre-match entertainment.

The garment featured a large lace heart in the center of Kate’s chest.

Her wavy tufts of crows were worn loosely and fluidly, and her face was surrounded by heavy fringes.

Before the match: The 55-year-old singer sang for the Melbourne Park spectators before Bertie blew away the American Madison Keys with a biased 6-1, 6-3 victory.

Before the match: The 55-year-old singer sang for the Melbourne Park spectators before Bertie blew away the American Madison Keys with a biased 6-1, 6-3 victory.

Red Woman: The bedroom eye hit maker wore a long-sleeved red dress for pre-match entertainment.

Red Woman: The bedroom eye hit maker wore a long-sleeved red dress for pre-match entertainment.

Superstar: A sports superstar born in Ipswich, he has been cruising the Australian Open Women's Singles and will not drop the set for the Grand Slam final.

Superstar: A sports superstar born in Ipswich, he has been cruising the Australian Open Women’s Singles and will not drop the set for the Grand Slam final.

Bertie briefly described the 51st place key on Thursday night and became the first Australian woman to finalize her home grand slam in 42 years.

A sports superstar born in Ipswich, he has been cruising women’s singles at the Australian Open, but never dropped the set for the finals.

She is currently one of the top female players in the world and is number one in the second Australian WTA single after First Nations Australian Evonne Goolagong Corey.

Blowed off: Bertie briefly described the 51st key (pictured) on Thursday night

Blowed off: Bertie briefly described the 51st key (pictured) on Thursday night

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Kate Ceberano concludes the song at the Australian Open ahead of Ashleigh Barty’s semi-finals

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