Bill Henson model speaks out

"I think he's an amazing artist," she told 7.30 from her home in Berlin.

The celebrated photographer is her godfather, and from the moment she was born via caesarean section, Henson has been documenting her time in the world.

"I've known Bill my whole life," she said.

"When I was 17 he asked me if I wanted to try it out.

"The first time was in Rome, it was just an experiment."

'I was very intrigued'

Heyward is the daughter of leading publishers Michael Heyward and Penny Hueston.

Where nursery rhymes really come from

Despite the proliferation of explanations for the meanings and origins of nursery rhymes, many, if not most, are unfounded.

Ring a Ring o Rosie, we all fall dead?

Since the 1960s, but not before, it has often been said that the nursery rhyme Ring a Ring o Rosie is about the bubonic plague in England.

Ring-a-ring o' roses,

A pocket full of posies,

A-tishoo! A-tishoo!

We all fall down.

Clowns from Air Play say world needs laughter in Donald Trump era

Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone have brought their show Air Play to the State Theatre in Melbourne.

It features the pair inside giant balloons and "air sculpting" — the art of manipulating fabrics and confetti using air.

While the show is apolitical, Bloom said the New Yorkers could not avoid questions about the soon-to-be inaugurated US President-elect, Donald Trump.

"This show was built in an Obama world, when people liked to laugh and see things that were beautiful, so that's the spirit we take forward with us," he joked.

Golden Globes bartender Oscar Zuleta a favourite with the stars

As the long-time bartender in the show's off-camera green room, Oscar Zuleta has toasted with Sean Connery, gotten a head rub from Tom Hanks and shared a selfie with Jessica Alba.

The 48-year-old Beverly Hilton Hotel staffer keeps the drinks flowing at the awards circuit's booziest gathering.

"A lot of people know me for that — 'you are the only Oscar at the Golden Globes'," Mr Zuleta said.

"I know many of the presenters for years now — wonderful people and I get to see them every year and they happen to remember me, luckily."