When you're on TV weird things happen. People watch, they identify with you, they feel like they know you but they really don't.
Then every once in a while a goddamn band writes a song about you.
Well, that last part is a little stranger, but that's precisely what's happened to Hex who, along with Bajo, hosts ABC TV's Good Game. Australian band Schoolfight wrote a song about her. It's called "Girl From Good Game".
They're in love with her, apparently.
It's a little less creepy than it sounds. Schoolfight frontman Zac Eakin, aka 'Whitey' is a fan of the show. One time he found himself watching the show, he said, and a chorus popped into his head. He wrote it down frantically and then drifted off into what he describes as a cheese induced dream.
"I partly blame this for the dreams I had that evening," Zac told us. "Hex and I ran along the beach, collecting mushrooms on the shore line, occasionally cooling off in the tropical waters, riding giant dolphins perfectly in sync with the super Mario theme."
Zac and the band wrote the song, recorded a demo, and sent it straight to the Good Game office. They wanted the all clear for the song. The last thing Zac and the band wanted to do was weird anyone out. Hex and the team at Good Game gave the song the all clear and the band set about working on a video clip to go alongside it.
According to Hex, this sort of thing isn't exactly a regular occurrence.
"I've had few letters from prison," she told us. "Does that count?
"They were actually really sweet and respectful about it. They emailed the show and sent through a copy of the song to make sure I was okay with it. My favourite part is where they sing 'whatever whateverrrrr'. Like, there isn't a whole lot you can really say about me, you know? Whatever!"
We need a Kylie Minogue song about Bajo. This is the clear next step.