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Melbourne Cup: Gold Trip owner roasts Karl Stefanovic for Logies incident

Today host Karl Stefanovic is roasted by the owner of Melbourne Cup winner Gold Trip over his drunken look after the 2009 Logie Awards

Karl Stefanovic internet hosting the Today present drunk the morning after the 2009 Logies is taken into account an iconic second in Australian cultural historical past.

And the Channel Nine presenter was reminded of the memorable gaffe throughout an interview with Jamie Lovett, the owner of Melbourne Cup-winning horse Gold Trip, on Wednesday morning.

Stefanovic, 48, requested Lovett how he was feeling the day after his large win.

Today host Karl Stefanovic (left) was roasted by Jamie Lovett (proper), the owner of Melbourne Cup-winning horse Gold Trip, over his drunken look after the 2009 Logies

‘Joining us now – after an evening of laborious partying, I presume – is owner Jamie Lovett from Melbourne. Good morning. How are you feeling, tiger?’ he requested.

‘Probably such as you did that evening after the Logies!’ Lovett responded with out lacking a beat.

‘Okay, that good, huh?’ Stefanovic stated earlier than bursting into laughter.

'Joining us now - after a night of hard partying, I presume - is owner Jamie Lovett from Melbourne. Good morning. How are you feeling, tiger?' Stefanovic asked. 'Probably like you did that night after the Logies!' Lovett responded without missing a beat.

‘Joining us now – after an evening of laborious partying, I presume – is owner Jamie Lovett from Melbourne. Good morning. How are you feeling, tiger?’ Stefanovic requested. ‘Probably such as you did that evening after the Logies!’ Lovett responded with out lacking a beat.

In September final year, Stefanovic revealed he was really drunk – not simply hungover – when he appeared on a memorable episode of Today again in 2009.

Appearing on The Hundred with Andy Lee, the long-serving Today host admitted he was nonetheless drunk when he confirmed up for work after TV’s evening of nights.

He was handed a stack of playing cards containing inquiries to ask the present’s panel of 100 on a regular basis Australians.

‘Back in 2009, I confirmed as much as work allegedly somewhat tipsy after an enormous evening on the Logies. Do you assume much less of me after this?’ he requested.

In September last year, Stefanovic revealed he was actually drunk - not just hungover - when he appeared on a memorable episode of Today back in 2009 (pictured with Lisa Wilkinson)

In September final year, Stefanovic revealed he was really drunk – not simply hungover – when he appeared on a memorable episode of Today again in 2009 (pictured with Lisa Wilkinson) 

Fifteen per cent of individuals stated that that they had, however comic Tom Walker rapidly got here to Stefanovic’s defence.

‘There’s nothing extra charming than doing a job badly. It’s good! Turning up hungover to do your job…’ he argued.

Stefanovic was fast to appropriate the funnyman, saying: ‘Just to select you on one level, I used to be not hungover. I used to be nonetheless drunk.’

The now notorious Today broadcast noticed Stefanovic slurring his phrases and laughing as his then-co-host Lisa Wilkinson tried to regain management of the scenario.

The now infamous Today broadcast saw Stefanovic slurring his words and laughing as his then-co-host Lisa Wilkinson tried to regain control of the situation

The now notorious Today broadcast noticed Stefanovic slurring his phrases and laughing as his then-co-host Lisa Wilkinson tried to regain management of the scenario 

He later apologised for his controversial look, admitting he was not ‘at my greatest’ after an evening of partying on the Logies.

‘I assume the very first thing I’ve to say is that sure, it was a really large Logies evening, most likely too large,’ he later stated on air.

‘I did not really feel drunk after I awoke the following morning in any other case I’d not have gone on air. I wish to assume that I’m skilled sufficient to have made that call.

‘But clearly from the imaginative and prescient that I’ve seen, I wasn’t at my greatest and what I need to do is apologise to anybody on the market who might have, um, you recognize, been offended by my behaviour on Monday morning. So, humble apologies to you all.’

He later apologised for his controversial appearance, admitting he was not 'at my best' after a night of partying at the Logies

He later apologised for his controversial look, admitting he was not ‘at my greatest’ after an evening of partying on the Logies 

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