Stephen Curry hosts Channel Seven’s zany competitive balloon series Blow Up

Stephen Curry hosts Channel Seven’s zany competitive balloon series Blow Up

Comedian Stephen Curry hosts Channel Seven’s zany competitive balloon series Blow Up

Stephen Curry’s hosting career will continue to evolve after he was announced as the host of Channel Seven’s upcoming competitive balloon series Blow Up.

The 46-year-old comedian will present the hilarious, nerve-wracking reality show, which features Australia’s most talented balloonists showcasing their artwork.

The Thor: Love and Thunder star told the Herald Sun that it was a “crazy adventure” that he was thrilled to be a part of.

Stephen Curry’s (pictured) hosting career will continue to evolve after he was announced as the host of Channel Seven’s upcoming competitive balloon series Blow Up

“Rest assured, these are not ‘balloon animals and pirate swords’ – this is state-of-the-art, full-size balloon sculpture,” he said.

Curry added he’s honored to be working for Channel Seven and has some interesting ideas for how he would spend his time on set.

“If I find Larry Emdur’s dressing room, I plan on stealing his curling iron and selling it at an inflated price,” he joked.

The 46-year-old will present the hilarious, nerve-wracking reality show which features Australia's most talented balloonists showcasing their artwork

The 46-year-old will present the hilarious, nerve-wracking reality show which features Australia’s most talented balloonists showcasing their artwork

The Astra Award winner rose to fame in 1997 playing Dale Kerrigan in the Australian classic comedy The Castle.

He made headlines in 2020 after being embroiled in a bitter battle with development giants over his family farm.

Stephen was struggling to save his property in western Victoria from 85 meter high power lines.

Curry added he's honored to be working for Channel Seven and has some interesting ideas for how he would spend his time on set

Curry added he’s honored to be working for Channel Seven and has some interesting ideas for how he would spend his time on set

“I think if The Castle has taught us anything, it’s going to stand up for us, but it’s a one-sided fight… that doesn’t mean it’s a fight not worth fighting,” he said to A Current Affair.

Curry said the farm means “everything” to him and has been in the family since 1962.

Blow Up begins filming in Melbourne in September.

The Astra Award winner rose to fame in 1997 playing Dale Kerrigan (pictured right) in Australian classic comedy The Castle

The Astra Award winner rose to fame in 1997 playing Dale Kerrigan (pictured right) in Australian classic comedy The Castle