Rove McManus leaves The Project co-stars stunned and disgusted as he lets dog lick the inside of his mouth

Rove McManus was the source of shock and awe during Friday’s episode of The Project as he allowed a dog to lick his mouth and tongue. 

The television star was promoting Bring Your Dog To Work Day during a segment on the show when he got a little too cosy with a canine. 

The footage showed a dog licking the star’s face before he opened his mouth widely and allowed the animal to lap inside. 

He even stuck his tongue out to let the dog have a good lick for a protracted length of time. 

Following the segment, the show threw back to the studio where the audience was expressing shocked groans and two of his co-stars covered their faces in horror. 

Rove McManus (pictured) was the source of shock and awe during Friday’s episode of The Project as he allowed a dog to lick his mouth and tongue

‘Now, how much were you not realising that that was what the end result would be?’ Georgie Tunny asked. 

Rove insisted that he only committed to the bit for the magic of good television. 

‘You know, when it starts, and you’re like – I feel we’re probably going to use this’ Rove explained. 

‘And then it’s like – well, keep going just so we have coverage of the shot and make sure that there’s enough there!’

He even stuck his tongue out to let the dog have a good lick for a protracted length of time

He even stuck his tongue out to let the dog have a good lick for a protracted length of time

‘There was enough’ replied comedian Susie Youssef in a stunned deadpan. 

‘There of a part of me going – they’ll probably use most of this. Sadly – there’s like as much of that footage’ Rove added. 

‘It will be on Rove’s OnlyFans!’ Michael Hing chimed in, laughing. 

‘Look at how happy the office was. You should I believe able to have dogs in the office’ Georgie added. 

The annual Bring Your Dog To Work Day, which encourages workers to bring their dogs to the office, was started in 2014 to raise money for dog welfare.

The Project reported that with 85 percent of dog owners would be willing to return to the office if they could bring their dogs with them. 

Rove insisted that he only committed to the bit for the magic of good television. 'You know, when it starts, and you're like - I feel we're probably going to use this' Rove explained

Rove insisted that he only committed to the bit for the magic of good television. ‘You know, when it starts, and you’re like – I feel we’re probably going to use this’ Rove explained

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