AustralianTV anchorLisa Wilkinsonis a seasoned professional with years of experience in front of the camera.
ButThe Sunday Projecthost proved she's not immune to a moment of discomfort when she was left speechless by an explicit remark from Tommy Little on last night's episode,News.com.aureports.
WATCH the awkward momentLisa Wilkinson cracksup here:
Speaking live on air via satellite link fromLondonafter attending theSpice Girlsreunion tour with Carrie Bickmore the previous evening, Little revealed he had taken part in the city's naked bike ride!
TheAussiecomedian admitted it had been a humbling experience, after a passerby remarked on the size of his manhood.
"How's this for shattering? I was still quite cold but I thought, bugger it, I will get nude. Then one woman, she was heckling from the side, yelled - 'He's a grower, not a shower!'" Little said.
An uncomfortable Lisa replied: "I'm not quite sure what that means."
"I think it means I'vegot asmall c**k, Lis," stunning Lisa and theSydneystudio into silence in thefinal seconds of The Sunday Project.
Red faced, the NetworkTenpresenter buried her head in her hands and declared: "I'm done."
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AustralianSpice Girls fanswere sent into meltdown when Mel B revealed the group plans to take their reunion tour Down Under next year, but were left disappointed when the now four-piece girl band failed to appear onThe Projectas expected.
It was thought the group would use the popular programme to formally announceAustraliantour dates,News.com.aureports.
Alice MurphyAlice Murphy is a freelance journalist and self-professed news addict. Originally from Ireland, Alice is on a mission to visit every country in the world (telling stories along the way). She is most commonly found eating sushi, drinking strong coffee and reading horoscopes.