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Triple M host Gus Worland reveals his WORST celebrity interviews

‘What’s wrong with you?’ Triple M host Gus Worland reveals his WORST celebrity interviews – including the Hollywood star who didn’t even want to promote his new film

As a radio industry veteran, Triple M’s Gus Worland has interviewed hundreds of celebrities over the years. 

And on Friday, the Moonman in the Morning host revealed his worst ever interviews – including a regrettable encounter with a Hollywood action star.

Gus told News.com.au that the guest he ‘disliked the most’ was actor Steven Seagal.

‘What’s wrong with you?’ Triple M host Gus Worland has revealed his WORST ever celebrity interviews – including the Hollywood star who didn’t even want to promote his new film

He claimed that Seagal should have been the perfect guest for Triple M’s blokey audience, but he was a total diva.

‘He has always been very difficult,’ Gus said.

‘Every single time Seagal’s been on he just hasn’t wanted to play or even talk about the reason he’s actually on the show for. 

‘I’ve never watched a Seagal movie since. I just look at him now and think, “What’s wrong with you, brother?”‘

'He has always been very difficult': Gus told News.com.au that the guest he 'disliked the most' was actor Steven Seagal (pictured)

‘He has always been very difficult’: Gus told News.com.au that the guest he ‘disliked the most’ was actor Steven Seagal (pictured)

How rude! Gus revealed that former motorcycle racer Wayne Gardner (pictured) was also a 'bit of a knob-end' when he came into the studio

How rude! Gus revealed that former motorcycle racer Wayne Gardner (pictured) was also a ‘bit of a knob-end’ when he came into the studio

Gus revealed that former motorcycle racer Wayne Gardner was also a ‘bit of a knob-end’ when he came into the studio.

He gave short, rude answers to the hosts’ questions and Triple M ended up not airing the interview because it was so bad.  

On the plus side, Gus has encountered plenty of celebrities who were willing to play along with the lighthearted tone of breakfast radio.

On the plus side, Gus has encountered plenty of celebrities who were willing to play along with the lighthearted tone of breakfast radio, including Michael Buble (pictured) and Rick Astley

On the plus side, Gus has encountered plenty of celebrities who were willing to play along with the lighthearted tone of breakfast radio, including Michael Buble and Rick Astley (pictured)

On the plus side, Gus has encountered plenty of celebrities who were willing to play along with the lighthearted tone of breakfast radio, including Michael Buble (left) and Rick Astley (right)

High energy! Gus claimed WWE legend Hulk Hogan (pictured) once surprised them with a professional wrestling-inspired entrance

High energy! Gus claimed WWE legend Hulk Hogan (pictured) once surprised them with a professional wrestling-inspired entrance

He claimed WWE legend Hulk Hogan once surprised them with a professional wrestling-inspired entrance.

Rick Astley, Michael Buble and Michael Parkinson were also a delight to interview, according to Gus.

Moonman in the Morning airs from 6am to 9am weekdays on Triple M Sydney 

Tune in! Moonman in the Morning airs from 6am to 9am weekdays on Triple M Sydney. Pictured (left to right): Gus, Lawrence Mooney and Jess Eva

Tune in! Moonman in the Morning airs from 6am to 9am weekdays on Triple M Sydney. Pictured (left to right): Gus, Lawrence Mooney and Jess Eva

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