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This Week's WHO: The Most Intriguing People Of 2012!

December 14, 2012, 12:00 am WHO Magazine whomagazine

WHO unveils it's annual list of the Most Intriguing Australians of 2012

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WHO: BEST & WORST OF 2012!
WHO's bumper tribute issue is packed with 2012's most memorable moments: from weddings and shock divorces, to scandals and meltdowns. WHO lists the stars of the year, with Australians Jessica Mauboy, Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Rebel

Wilson and Lachy Hulme alongside international A-listers. Plus, Australia's most intriguing people of 2012.

AUSTRALIA'S MOST INTRIGUING PEOPLE of 2012:
Ian Thorpe

In his 2012 memoir This Is Me, the swimmer laid bare secret struggles with depression and alcohol. With his London Olympic bid behind him, the Australian Human Rights Medal winner is focused on the 2013 World Championships and tells WHO,"You can let depression take over your life or you can treat it and control it.

Julia Gillard

Sparking global headlines with her now-famous speech about misogyny in Australian politics,"I don't think I realised at the time quite what an impact that speech would have, the Prime Minister tells WHO. She reveals her highlights of 2012, as well as the lows, including "the loss of my father, John.

Danielle Spencer

In her first interview since splitting from Russell Crowe, the Dancing With the Stars runner-up says it's been a "challenging year". Preparing for the holidays, sons Charles and Tennyson "are excited their dad will be finished work in time to be home for Christmas", says Spencer.

Sally Obermeder

Overcoming stage 3 breast cancer in 2012 the Sydney TV reporter, who underwent a double mastectomy says it was daughter Annabelle, 1, who helped her fight.

Gotye

The Melbourne singer capped off the worldwide success of "Somebody That I Used To Know" with three Grammy nods.

Charlotte Dawson

The Australia's Next Top Model judge turned anti-bullying crusader attempted suicide in August after being targeted by Twitter trolls.

Benjamin Roberts-Smith

The Victoria Cross recipient became a talking point when sexist remarks were made about him on TV's The Circle.

James Packer

He may have shed 40kg but the now-ripped mogul still looms large over the business landscape.

Melissa George
The former Home and Away star declared she would rather be "having a croissant and a little espresso in Paris" than talk about her days as Angel anymore.

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