Lara Bingle

Date of Birth
5 June 1987, Cronulla, New South Wales, Australia
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
Is an Australian fashion model who is best known for appearing in the 2006 Tourism Australia advertising campaign So where the bloody hell are you?She is also known for being the former fiancee of Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke and girlfriend of AFL footballer Brendon Fevola.
Bingle has been on the covers of Who, Grazia, Oyster, Woman's Day, OK!, Famous, and New Idea. Bingle has also appeared in episodes of Home and Away.
Bingle competed on the Nine Network's celebrity ice dancing show Torvill and Dean's Dancing on Ice, where she was the last woman to be eliminated, resulting in coming runner-up in the series, and in the channel's ad for the 2006-2007 Ashes series. Nine re-hired Bingle in 2008 as a reporter for a new travel show, Holidays for Sale.
Bingle signed a one-year deal in 2008 with international phone company Vodafone as one of their official ambassadors. Bingle signed a three-year contract (2008–2011) with international icon swimwear label Speedo.
Since 2009, Bingle has been heavily involved as a Ambassador for Bowel Cancer Australia.On 4 June 2010, Bingle officially launched the 2010, "Love My Family" ad campaign.
Bingle fired manager Max Markson in early May 2010, exclusively announcing it to Grazia magazine in a un-paid interview
In August 2010, Bingle announced that she had signed with US model agency Elite Models.
Bingle was announced as a contestant in the 2011 series of Dancing With The Stars.[8] The series began airing in May. She was partnered with Carmelo Pizzino. Following her elimination from Dancing With The Stars on 26 June 2011, Bingle told The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she was shocked and upset at having been kicked-off the show, given her competitive streak
Bingle confirmed on 2DayFM's The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she was in the stages of creating a range of sunglasses and co-creating a coffee table beauty book with her best friend and make-up artist Max May.[10] In June 2011, ROC Eyewear launched a campaign featuring Bingle as the face of the brand and Bingle confirmed a capsule collection is under way.
In February 2012, it was announced that Network Ten commissioned a reality series focusing on Bingle's everyday life, titled Being Lara Bingle. The series is due to begin later in 2012.
Other ventures
Bingle announced in April 2011 a co-ownership in Growlers restaurant located in Torquay between her and Darryn Lyons‎
In August, 2010 and March, 2011, Bingle co-hosted Australia radio show The Kyle & Jackie O Show.
Personal life
Bingle graduated from St Vincent's College at Potts Point.
On 28 September 2006 Bingle made an appearance on the AFL Footy Show's Grand Final episode. On 12 December 2006 Melbourne's Seven News reported that Bingle was said to be the "other woman" involved in the breakdown of Carlton player Brendan Fevola's marriage to Alex Fevola.Bingle claimed to have been unaware that Fevola was married,but this claim was contradicted by Dermott Brereton, who says he spoke to Bingle before the affair started and told her that Fevola was married.
On 10 January 2007, Sydney tabloid The Daily Telegraph claimed that Bingle and Australian cricket Vice Captain Michael Clarke were an item. On 25 March 2008 it was announced that the pair were engaged after Clarke proposed in New York.Clarke's public relations firm announced the ending of the engagement on 12 March 2010.
Her father Graham Bingle died on 10 May 2008 from liver and pancreatic cancer.
In June 2011, Bingle has been romantically linked to British rugby player Danny Cipriani. Their relationship became public in July after photos and a interview were published in an Who Magazine.In August 2011, Bingle's new manager and best friend Hermione Underwood confirmed that the relationship had ended.
Legal problems
In May 2006, Bingle took legal action against EMAP Australia, who allegedly published photographs of the model without her permission in 27 March 2006 issue of Australian men's magazine Zoo Weekly.Bingle claims that the magazine defamed her by the way Zoo magazine had published the photos.
On 2 March 2010, Bingle started proceedings to sue Brendan Fevola for breach of privacy, defamation and misuse of her image for the release of a nude photo in Woman's Day released on 1 March 2010.
On 4 March 2010 it emerged that Bingle and her agent Max Markson had sold her story relating this nude photo to the same magazine which had published the controversial photo, Woman's Day, for nearly A$200,000.This raised considerable controversy in that Bingle would discuss for large profit, a matter she considered serious enough to sue over and from which she claimed to be hurt.