Ash Pollard has appeared on numerous television shows since his debut in My Kitchen Rules in 2015, including Dancing With The Stars and I'm A Celebrity … Get me out of here!
And on Friday, the 32-year-old frank tackled some of the sexism she has encountered during her three years in the entertainment industry.
Speaking at Studio 10 on Friday, Ash stated that "Absolutely" He has experience of misogyny firsthand.
I found it three days ago: My Kitchen Rules Ash Pollard (pictured) revealed on Friday the vile sexist comment of a man in the television industry that left her speechless
When presenter Sarah Harris asked Ash if she had experienced sexism in the entertainment world, she replied: "Absolutely, yes, I found it three days ago.
"I was walking down the hall … and I said," Oh, my God, I'm totally dejected at this moment, "and one of the boys said," I'd like to. "
Panelist Joe Hildebrand, 42, asked him to clarify what the man was suggesting. & # 39; Hit you? & # 39; he asked, and she nodded in response.
He said that? Ash recalled in Studio 10: "I was walking down the hall … and I said: & # 39; Oh, my God, I'm absolutely slammed right now, and one of the guys said: I would like & # 39; "
His panel mate, Angela Bishop, 50, asked: "Let me guess you had the perfect return about five minutes later."
& # 39; Yeah, damn it! & # 39; Ash replied, adding, "Actually, I just turned around and I was like," What? How are you, good? "& # 39;
Later, Ash admitted that she had been guilty of saying inappropriate things.
"I've been guilty of saying stupid things, we've all done it," he said. "And the moment you think," Oh, I'm going to be funny. "
Screen time: Ash (left) has appeared on numerous television shows since her debut at My Kitchen Rules in 2015. In the photo with her friend Camilla Counsel (right)
"But then you realize that once you've said it, it's like," I should not have said that. "But you almost do not know how to return.
Sarah asked Ash if he thought the person who made the comment about wanting to "hit" her was trying to be funny, and she agreed.
– He was, he's a good person. But it's not fun, to begin with. It's not funny at all, "he said.
After appearing on several television shows, Ash launched his breakfast radio career on 101.3 Be FM in January of this year.
Knowing the line: Studio 10 host Sarah Harris (pictured) asked Ash if she thought the man who made the comment about wanting to "hit" her was just trying to be funny. She agreed and said: "I was, she's a good person. But it's not fun, to begin with. It's not funny at all & # 39;