The same year, Jones began presenting the BBC TV quizshow As Seen On TV.He also presented 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow for the channel, which aired in July 2010.But on April 18, Stevens worked the crowd of around 300 mostly fawning women at the Mac Arthur Tavern in working-class Campbelltown, 50km west of Sydney, like a pro. A day earlier, his 30-date Australian tour was cancelled after he was charged with assaulting now-estranged fiance, Jodhi Meares, the ex-wife of James Packer - one of Australia's richest men. A few weeks later, Stevens was embroiled in controversy after he was present at a lunch fracas involving high profile businessman John Singleton at an inner city restaurant.Stevens was arrested after police were called to the couple's multi million dollar mansion in Sydney's exclusive Point Piper suburb. Singleton was photographed standing over his old friend, billionaire Fairfax Media director Jack Cowin with a broken wine glass.Stevens had been visiting his son, Levi, who also lives in Point Piper.On Monday Stevens issued a statement saying: "I hope the gentleman is OK.INXS do nothing new on their latest album , and Dave Pensado, who has worked with Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake. His latest record is part of the successful Liberation Blue series, where artists revisit their back catalogue in acoustic mode. You hear the groove and you instantly want to dance.The Works includes Noiseworks hits : The only reason its on there is so it can help someone else. Stevens says hes superstitious about discussing the future but still wants to make music. Its hard to say whether Im going to do a rock album or a techno album.
He moved to Australia in 1981 and subsequently became an Australian citizen.
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INXS, the band he fronted for three years, have set off on a world tour with their new pretty-boy frontman, while Stevens is peddling an album of mostly old Noiseworks hits and touring with some old rockers: the Choirboys and Cold Chisel guitarist Ian Moss.
In February 2009, Jones made his BBC One debut hosting Let's Dance for Comic Relief with Claudia Winkleman who was later replaced with Alex Jones.
In early 2009, he presented Sky1's Guinness World Records Smashed with Konnie Huq.