In this 2007 report from current affairs show Sunday, national treasures The Topps Twins are interviewed about their recent challenges. Jools Topp was in recovery from breast cancer, supported by her sister and comedy partner Lynda Topp. Jools discusses her unusual treatment plan and positive attitude towards her diagnosis — explaining she was grateful for the "wake up call". Reporter Janet McIntyre joins the sisters at the annual Gympie Music Muster in Queensland, Australia — a wild country music festival that the twins regularly perform at. The twins also show off Jools' farm and horses.
A place famous for just one thing, one event: the Gympie Music Muster. For one week of the year townies go bush, and bushies go feral.– Reporter Janet McIntyre introduces Australia's Gympie Music Muster
'Untouchable Girls' and 'My Pinto Pony & I' written and performed by Jools and Lynda Topp
'Da Doo Ron Ron' written by Jeff Barrie, Elie Greenwich & Phil Spector, and performed by the Topp Twins