Some of Australia's biggest radio stars have revealed their worst celebrity interviews to date.
Speaking to News.com.au at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards in Melbourne on Saturday, the airborne stars shared details about their encounters with people like Serena Williams, Harrison Ford and Anthony Hopkins.
The breakfast radio host of WSFM, Amanda Keller and Brendan & # 39; Jonesy & # 39; Jones, began by detailing his experience with the veteran actor "in a bad mood", Harrison Ford.
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From an international tennis champion to a grumpy & # 39; of Hollywood A-lister: Australian radio stars reveal their worst interview to a celebrity. In the photo: WSFM breakfast radio hosts Amanda Keller and Brendan & # 39; Jonesy & # 39; Jones at the Australian Australian Radio Awards on Saturday
"He supposed he would be so bored that he brought a book with him to the interview we did," Amanda explained.
"He was sullen, he was sullen, he was not our favorite and we abandoned him," added the host of the living room.
The host of Hit Network, Kate Langbroek, boldly revealed that her worst interview with a celebrity was with the international tennis champion, Serena Williams.
What a reverse! HIT Network host Kate Langbroek (left) boldly revealed that her worst interview with a celebrity was with international tennis champion Serena Williams. In the photo: Kate Langbroek, David & # 39; Hughsey & # 39; Hughes
The athlete, who made headlines when she got into a shouting match with referee Carlos Ramos during the US Open women's final, obviously left a bitter taste in the mouth of the veteran station.
However, Kate chose not to reveal details of her interview with Serena.
Meanwhile, Kate's co-host, Dave & # 39; Hughsey & # 39; Hughes was not ashamed to reveal his feelings about the legendary star, Sir Anthony Hopkins.
He revealed that the interview was so bad with the estimated actor, 80, that he proceeded to cancel the rest of his press rounds in Australia.
Oh! Meanwhile, Kate's co-host, Dave & # 39; Hughsey & # 39; Hughes (left) was not shy about revealing his feelings about the legendary star, Sir Anthony Hopkins. In the photo: Dave Hughes, Kate Langbroek
On the other hand, shock athlete Grant Denyer named Kyle Sandilands as his worst interview.
Grant pointed to the 47-year-old presenter to tell the world his first experience in a strip strip.
"He spilled the beans the night I went to a strip with my wife and told the world," Grant said before adding, "By the way, it was only one night, one time!"
Radio rivalry? The presenter of breakfast radio 2Day FM, Grant Denyer, (pictured) 41, pointed to the 47-year-old presenter for telling the world his first experience in a strip strip & # 39;
In September of last year, Chezzi Denyer revealed his side of the couple's first time at a strip club, a story Kyle had told on the show several times.
Speaking on the Kyle and Jackie & O & # 39; O program, the former Sunrise producer received the right of reply to shed light on the events of that particular night.
Chezzi defended herself, explaining that she and Grant had returned to Sydney after six weeks on the road when they saw Kyle, who invited them to go with him to the nightclub district.
"By the way, it was only one night, one time only! & # 39; Grant revealed that his worst interview was with Kyle Sandilands after he told the world his first experience in a strip strip. On the photo: Chezzi Denyer, Grant Denyer
"Kyle gave me a huge wad of money to put in the girl's panties, what he thought was funny, and me too. I thought it was awesome. Grant was horrified.
"And when the first dancer came out, she was doing her thing and looked and said," Oh, my God! It's Grant Denyer, I'm so excited that I want to go on television. Can you help me get into television? When I finish dancing, "re-enacted Chezzi.
"And that was our experience in a strip club," he concluded.
"Kyle gave me a huge wad of cash to put on the girl's panties": in September of last year, Chezzi Denyer revealed his side of the couple's first time at a strip club, a story that he himself counted in the program several times. On the photo: Chezzi Denyer, Grant Denyer