A jellys is back in the spotlight, as the iconic Australian dessert takes the stage for a live concert at Melbourne’s Domain Centre.
The show is titled The Jellies Are Back and is due to be held at 9pm on Thursday.
The event has been billed as a celebration of the iconic dessert’s 50th anniversary.
Jellis, which originally originated in New Zealand, are popular in many parts of the world, including the United States.
Jelks were originally introduced in the United Kingdom in the 1950s.
The dessert has been popular since the 1980s, with the popularity of the popular candy, derived from a combination of fruit and sugar, being largely responsible for its popularity in the early decades of the 21st century.
The original jellies have been enjoyed across Australia for generations, but this is the first time the dessert will be made for public consumption.
The concert will feature songs from classic Australian songs, including “Rattle and Hum” by the Monkees, “Jellies” by The Rolling Stones, and “Cocktail” by Mariah Carey.
The first two songs from the concert, which were released in 1982, have been released on the Australian jellymagazine The Jello Bum.
The live show will be followed by a post-concert celebration with a jello jamming session at Domain Centre, which will be open to the public.
The jellied up music will be broadcast live on Channel 9, which also airs the ABC’s popular Saturday morning program Breakfast in the morning.
“The jelliest thing I can think of, I don’t know, that’s the thing I love most about it,” host of breakfast program Breakfast Chris Scott said.
“It’s a little bit of a dream come true, I mean, there are a lot of things about the jellie that just, it’s just something that’s quite special to me.”
Jellymaking has been a huge part of the Australian food and beverage industry for decades.
It is now the most popular food and drink product in the world.