& # 39; Come on your miserable wanderer! & # 39; Carrie Bickmore of the project is forced to take over Waleed Aly's co-host after he clumsily refuses to read the show's autocue live on-air
The project host Waleed Aly is known for his professionalism.
But on Monday, the 41-year-old Gold Logie winner suffered an uncomfortable blunder when he just refused to read a headline of the show's live on-air autocue.
A well-known Australian cricket superfan, it seems that Ashes' loss was too much to handle for Waleed and co-hosts Peter Helliar and Steve Price.
& # 39; Come on your miserable buttocks & # 39 ;: project host Waleed Aly, 41, refused to clumsy read the autocue of the show that forced Carrie Bickmore to take it over on Monday night's show
After an interview with Survivor star Shaun Hampson, 31, Waleed looked stone-faced when she turned to read the autocue.
& # 39; Now to the next story and I refuse to read this, & # 39; Waleed said, gesturing Peter and Steve to read it, but they also refused.
It was then left to co-host Carrie Bickmore, who read the headlines about the loss of sport for Australia.
& # 39; Come on, miserable bastards. Australia has just lost the inseparable test. How, oh how, we just dropped the ashes, & Carrie said, in a segment that seemed to be pre-planned for comic effect.
Not really! The Project co-hosts Peter Helliar (L) and Steve Price (R) both refused to read the headline and were annoyed about the loss of Ashes
The package continued by indicating four moments that cost Australia the game, for which Waleed did the voice-over.
These include Marcus Harris who dropped the ball, an incorrect video reference, Nathan Lyon who collided with a run-out opportunity, and a referee who called an LBW that did not come true.
He congratulated England vice-title Ben Stokes, who did not hit 135 and his winning points. He called it one of the greatest innings of all time.
Step inside: & # 39; Come on your miserable buttocks. Australia has just lost the inseparable test. How, oh how, we just dropped the ashes, & Carrie said (photo), but was clearly disappointed
After the package, Waleed again demonstrated his passion for the sport during an interview with former cricket player Adam Gilchrist.
He said the team was robbed because Ben Stokes was absent, but it had been called wrongly.
& # 39; I suppose we should try to be honest and even be handed over, even though we were completely robbed because Stokes was out, & # 39; said Waleed.
Superfan: & # 39; I think we should try to be honest and even be handed over, although we were completely robbed because Stokes was out & # 39 ;, said Mediaster Waleed (photo) of the contest
& # 39; As far as I'm concerned we already have the urn. It's over. We don't even have to play the following two tests, & he added.
Waleed has previously spoken about his love for the gentlemen's game, and has even argued in the past with cricket star, Shane Warne.
Shane and Waleed are at odds since an interview with The Project in 2016. Shane called the panel member & # 39; arrogant & # 39 ;, & # 39; smug & # 39; and a & # 39; d *** & # 39 ;.
Loggerheads: Waleed became famous in a feud with the Australian cricketing great Shane Warne, who called him: & # 39; arrogant & # 39 ;, & # 39; smug & # 39; and a & # 39; d *** & # 39;
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