Today’s Allison Langdon is roasted by Karl Stefanovic for making a cringeworthy joke about a loophole in NSW’s Covid restrictions
Today host Allison Langdon was left red-faced on Tuesday after her joke about finding a loophole in NSW Covid restrictions fell flat.
The 42-year-old attempted to roast her co-host Karl Stefanovic, 47, during a segment about the upcoming AFL grand final, but ended up being mocked herself after the joke fizzled.
The exchange began when Karl threw up his hands and declared: ‘I just want to have a few of my mates over to watch the grand final. I can’t even do that, it’s depressing’.
Chuckling to herself, Allison interjected: ‘I actually reckon you could.’
‘How’s that?’ Karl replied.
‘I’ve met some of your mates and I’d define them as children,’ she said, unable to stop herself from giggling.
Cringe: Today’s Allison Langdon, 42, (right) was left red-faced on Tuesday’s show after joking that Karl Stefanovic, 47, (left) could exploit a loophole in NSW Covid restrictions by inviting children over to watch the footy instead of his adult friends
Karl went stony-faced, refusing to laugh at Allison’s cringe-inducing gag as he replied: ‘Oh… with the laws around children.’
‘Yeah, so children can come… so I reckon you could have a few of your mates over,’ Allison awkwardly explained.
Karl stayed silent, blankly staring back at a noticeably uncomfortable Alison.
Not seeing the humour? Karl went stony-faced, refusing to laugh at Allison’s cringe-inducing gag as he replied: ‘Oh… with the laws around children’
Alex meanwhile attempted to fill the awkward silence by further explaining Allison’s joke, adding: ‘Because you can have three kids. Three children… without parents’.
Karl eventually got in on the joke, shrugging: ‘It’s not a bad idea. Might give it a run. Well done Langdon.’
Laughing, Allison replied: ‘I’m here all morning’.
‘You think?’ Karl quipped.
Roasted: Karl eventually got in on the joke, shrugging: ‘It’s not a bad idea. Might give it a run. Well done Langdon’. Allison replied: I’m here all morning’, to which Karl quipped back: ‘You think?’