Radio personality reveals humiliating moment they projectile vomited in front of John Farnham after smoking too much weed
Abbie Chatfield’s podcast producer Oscar Gordon revealed the humiliating moment he projectile vomited in front of John Farnham at a ski resort in Canada.
The LiSTNR star, 37, recounted the hilarious tale on the It’s A Lot podcast on Friday, confessing that at the time he was high on weed which is legal to use in Canada.
Sending host Abbie, 28, into fits of laughter over the story, Oscar joked the multi-award winning singer, 74, ‘held his hair back’ while he puked into the toilets.
‘I had a lot of Red Bull and Vodkas. I thought what was coming around was a cigarette but it was a joint, and I could feel my whole well-being imploding,’ he said.
‘I was like, all I have to do is just go to the bathroom, and then all of a sudden, John Farnham. He’s like, “Are you alright mate?” and I was like, “I’m not well.”‘
Abbie Chatfield’s, 28, podcast producer Oscar Gordon, 37, revealed the humiliating moment he projectile vomited in front of John Farnham, 74, (pictured) at a ski resort in Canada
He continued: ‘I’m 6’6, he’s picked me up, opened the bathroom door and I am projectile vomiting into the toilet.’
Abbie took the opportunity to take a dig at Oscar’s bald head, saying, ‘Was he holding your hair back?’ as the studio erupted into laughter.
Oscar said the contemporary singer was invited to the ski resort as a ‘surprise guest’.
The LiSTNR star, 37, (left) recounted the hilarious tale on the It’s A Lot podcast on Friday, confessing he was too high on weed which is legal to use in Canada. Pictured right is Abbie Chatfield
While he didn’t name the resort whose toilets he defiled, John has been known to frequent the Big White Ski Resort in Canada with his family.
The Australian icon and former teen pop idol has landed in headlines recently over his decision to back the Yes vote for the Indigenous Voice referendum.
John provided his song You’re The Voice for an official ad for the Yes campaign, which shows a family watching iconic moments in Australian history on TV.
Sending host Abbie into fits of laughter over the story, Oscar joked the multi-award winning singer ‘held his hair back’ while he puked into the toilets
It marks the first time John has allowed his song to be used for political purposes with the singer steering clear of political and social issues throughout his career.
His son Robert Farnham told a crowd at the Corner Hotel in inner-city Melbourne his family believes there is ‘no other option’ than to support the Voice.
‘You know, it’s such an amazing movement and it’s the only option moving forward, and I think it was just his gift to the people of Australia and the campaign itself,’ he told the cheering crowd just a few weeks ago.
‘He’s so privileged and happy and amazed by the reception from everyone. The last year has been pretty rough so something like this is pretty special, and he’s very proud to be a part of it.’
‘I was like, all I have to do is just go to the bathroom, and then all of a sudden, John Farnham. He’s like, “Are you alright mate?” and I was like, “I’m not well,”‘ Oscar said