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Sonia Kruger says ‘wake up’ dietary requirements are ruining Christmas: ‘How the hell did cavemen survive without an oatmeal latte?’

Sonia Kruger says her guests’ dietary requirements are ruining the Christmas holidays.

The host of Big Brother recounts this week’s edition of star magazine

e that modern “woke” food requests have made hosting during the holidays a hassle.

“Although I’m semi-capable of hosting a seasonal soiree, frankly I’d rather have a root canal than be the designated host,” said the 57-year-old.

Sonia Kruger (pictured) says her guests’ dietary requirements are ruining the Christmas holidays.

“You’re going to be completely confused about what you’re going to serve to begin with because you have to cater to everyone’s highly evolved dietary requirements,” he said.

‘Gluten-free, lactose-free, nitrate-free… honestly, how the hell did cavemen and women survive without an oatmeal latte and a protein bar to snack on?’

Sonia says that she has become ‘a fan of Christmas ghosts’ and would rather take a holiday than see her family over the festive period.

“While I’m semi-capable of hosting a seasonal soiree, frankly I’d rather have a root canal than be the designated host,” said the 57-year-old.

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“You’ll be completely suckered into what to serve to begin with because it has to cater to everyone’s highly evolved dietary requirements,” he said.

“Forget the obligation and expectation, I suggest doing the whole holiday fiasco and having fun instead,” he said.

It comes after Sonia shared her health and fitness secrets in May, telling the healthy podcast that dancing keeps her fit.

“You’re working out, but you don’t realize how much you’re working out because you’re really having a good time,” she said.

‘Gluten-free, lactose-free, nitrate-free… honestly, how the hell did cavemen and women survive without an oatmeal latte and a protein bar to snack on?’ she said

“It’s the kind of activity that makes everyone feel happy,” he added.

The mother-of-one praised the dance for its fitness benefits, including cardio, strength, and stamina.

“Even your own body weight is a form of strength and resistance training,” he said.

Sonia’s ballroom dancing background helped her get started in the industry when she landed a supporting role in the Baz Luhrmann film Strictly Ballroom in 1992.

It comes after Sonia shared her health and fitness secrets in May, telling the Healthy-ish podcast that dancing keeps her in shape.

Merry

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