& # 39; It was loose & # 39 ;: Grant Denyer of 2Day FM (in the photo) revealed what it was to work with Em Rusciano ... after saying that he owes his best newcomer in the radio award on Saturday. The host of Game Of Games won the gong at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards

It's possible that he spent 20 years on television, but Grant Denyer has scored goals during his short time on the 2Day FM airways.

The host of Game Of Games won the Best Newcomer award at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards on Saturday.

Subsequently, the 41-year-old revealed to Daily Mail Australia that working with former co-host Em Rusciano was "loose."

& # 39; It was loose & # 39 ;: Grant Denyer of 2Day FM (in the photo) revealed what it was to work with Em Rusciano ... after saying that he owes his best newcomer in the radio award on Saturday. The host of Game Of Games won the gong at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards

& # 39; It was loose & # 39 ;: Grant Denyer of 2Day FM (in the photo) revealed what it was to work with Em Rusciano … after saying that he owes his best newcomer in the radio award on Saturday. The host of Game Of Games won the gong at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards

"It was great to see her make the decision that finally makes her happier and it's great to see her happy," Grant said.

I miss it because it was good, it was fun, it was wild, it was loose. Now it will be something different & # 39;

Em left the breakfast radio show, which he hosted with Grant and Ed Kavalee, in September.

At the awards, the 41-year-old revealed to Daily Mail Australia that working with former 2DayFM breakfast radio co-presenter Em Rusciano was "lost". In the photo: (L-R) Em Rusciano, Ed Kavalee and Grant Denyer

At the awards, the 41-year-old revealed to Daily Mail Australia that working with former 2DayFM breakfast radio co-presenter Em Rusciano was "lost". In the photo: (L-R) Em Rusciano, Ed Kavalee and Grant Denyer

At the awards, the 41-year-old revealed to Daily Mail Australia that working with former 2DayFM breakfast radio co-presenter Em Rusciano was "lost". In the photo: (L-R) Em Rusciano, Ed Kavalee and Grant Denyer

Em said on the air at the time: "The truth is that when I discovered that I was pregnant, I decided at once that this year would be my last radio year at breakfast."

The 39-year-old woman faced rumors that there was tension between her and other staff members, but Grant said that was not true on Saturday.

However, despite their short stay together, Grant said he would not have received the prize if it were not for Rusciano, since she taught him a lot.

"I owe a lot of this prize to her if I'm honest": Grant said he would not have won the prize if it had not been for Em's guidance

"She's an incredible professional, she's very talented and I owe her a lot of this prize if I'm honest," Grant told the Daily Mail Australia.

"I was as green as anything and I knew nothing about radio and she gave me a" university degree " [in radio presenting] In a matter of months, just watching your work.

She said that she was amazing in what she did and that she missed working with her.

"Grow this little baby": Grant said he is excited to see where the breakfast radio program will go. A co-host for Ed and Grant has not been announced

"But we will create something big and special and we will grow this little baby," Grant said in reference to the future of the beleaguered breakfast radio program.

A co-host for Ed and Grant has not yet been announced.

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