The blow-up saw former One Nation politician Oldfield and comedian O'Loughlin clash over Indigenous welfare issues.
It all started with a question from AFL player Josh Gibson, who asked Oldfield: 'What do you actually think about Aboriginal people?'
The question quickly led to a heated argument between Oldfield and O'Loughlin, who lived in Alice Springs for twenty-seven years and fostered 'many' Indigenous children.
Oldfield had questioned how much Aboriginal people had contributed to modern society, while O’Loughlin explained that her own son works closely with Aboriginal communities and has seen first-hand the effect of ignorant comments and beliefs like Oldfield’s.
'You’re suffering white guilt,' Oldfield said. 'They didn’t invent anything.'
'Oh, you racist pig,' O'Loughlin fired back.
'People talk about reconciliation, which is inappropriate because we have never been together and it’s to bring together two peoples that have not been estranged. What time do Aboriginal and others feel they’re together as one group?' Oldfield asked the comedian.
'Wind bags like you need to shut up and give them time,' she says.
Oldfield responded: 'It’s primarily my taxes that are paying for all this.'
'And it’s primarily their children that are dying prematurely. Their death and heartache, not yours,' O'Loughlin asserts, rising from her camp bed.
She continued, 'You are HIDEOUS to me, HIDEOUS. You make my skin crawl. My son would wipe the floor with you. I don’t have the knowledge that he does, but I dare you, I challenge you to meet my son on the other side of this.'
Fiona leaves, murmuring: 'F*** you.'