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Jack Whitehall says his dad Michael is constantly joking about the size of his manhood

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Their travels across the world have undoubtedly brought them closer together.

But Jack Whitehall, 32, has expressed frustration at his father Michael’s constant jokes about the size of his manhood during their joint interview on The Sunday Project.

The British comedian claimed the 80-year-old was doing a ‘great disservice’ to him with his less than favourable remarks about his certain body part.

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'Great disservice to me!' Jack Whitehall, 32, has expressed frustration at his father Michael's constant jokes about the size of his manhood during their joint interview on The Sunday Project

‘Great disservice to me!’ Jack Whitehall, 32, has expressed frustration at his father Michael’s constant jokes about the size of his manhood during their joint interview on The Sunday Project

Discussing the fourth season of Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father, host Tommy Little asked: ‘It’s a family show for you guys, but were you surprised the amount of times your father brings up the size of your manhood?’

Jack responded: ‘Yes, I am. I remain surprised, and it has become his favourite recurring joke, and there is no environment, no audience, that he will not try and talk about that in front of.

‘He is doing me a great disservice, and it’s all lies and fabrication and him having a dig.’

Michael bewilderingly replied: ‘I think you’re being very unfair. I’m just being honest!’

'It's all lies!' The British comedian claimed the 80-year-old was doing a 'great disservice' to him with his less than favourable remarks about his certain body part

‘It’s all lies!’ The British comedian claimed the 80-year-old was doing a ‘great disservice’ to him with his less than favourable remarks about his certain body part

Michael bewilderingly replied: 'I think you're being very unfair. I'm just being honest!'

Michael bewilderingly replied: ‘I think you’re being very unfair. I’m just being honest!’

Elsewhere, Michael, who has begrudgingly involved himself in numerous customs and traditions across the globe, revealed one part of Australian culture proved to be his final straw.

The British TV producer revealed that he refused to drink goon while filming Down Under for the upcoming fourth season of their show.

When quizzed by Tommy on why he refused to embrace one of Australian culture’s ‘crown jewels’, Michael explained: ‘Because I’m very interested in wine.

'Gross!' Elsewhere, Michael, who has begrudgingly involved himself in numerous customs and traditions across the globe, revealed one part of Australian culture proved to be his final straw

‘Gross!’ Elsewhere, Michael, who has begrudgingly involved himself in numerous customs and traditions across the globe, revealed one part of Australian culture proved to be his final straw

‘I’m a bit of a wine buff. It’s quite a call for me to actually drink Australian wine, but given I’m prepared to go that far, why would I drink it out of the bag or a goon bag? Absolutely gross, no, no, no!’ he added.

An amused Tommy replied: ‘I’m hoping they told you the beauty of the goon bag is that it serves two purposes.

‘You can drink it, and when you’re done, you can blow it up, and it doubles as a pillow!’

'I'm a wine buff': The British TV producer revealed that he refused to drink goon while filming Down Under for the upcoming fourth season of their show

‘I’m a wine buff’: The British TV producer revealed that he refused to drink goon while filming Down Under for the upcoming fourth season of their show 

Michael responded: ‘I was not aware of that, no.’

Jack, who was also part of the interview, quipped in: ‘I will teach him everything about the goon bag.’

When asked about their concluding thoughts on their time in Australia, Michael said: ‘We had a terrific time. It’s really nice for me to spend time with Jack. I’m very lucky.’

Michael said: 'I'm a bit of a wine buff. It's quite a call for me to actually drink Australian wine, but given I'm prepared to go that far, why would I drink it out of the bag or a goon bag? Absolutely gross, no, no, no!'

Michael said: ‘I’m a bit of a wine buff. It’s quite a call for me to actually drink Australian wine, but given I’m prepared to go that far, why would I drink it out of the bag or a goon bag? Absolutely gross, no, no, no!’ 

A shocked Jack replied: ‘Wow, you managed to coax sentimentality out of my father!’

The fourth season of Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father was filmed before the coronavirus pandemic forced the world into lockdown. 

He met his girlfriend, British model Roxy Horner, during his time in Australia. 

Just in time: The fourth season of Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father was filmed before the coronavirus pandemic forced the world into lockdown. Michael and Jack are pictured on ITV's This Morning in December

Just in time: The fourth season of Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father was filmed before the coronavirus pandemic forced the world into lockdown. Michael and Jack are pictured on ITV’s This Morning in December 

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The brutal toll of SAS Australia: Model Erin McNaught reveals show ‘almost broke her’

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Former Miss Universe Australia Erin McNaught is still recovering from injuries she sustained while filming SAS: Australia two months ago.

The model said the brutal military-style reality show ‘almost broke her’ physically and mentally.  

Speaking to Who magazine, the 38-year-old said: ‘I passed out underwater, I got black eyes, tore muscles in my left shoulder and I lost something like 7kg.’

The brutal toll of SAS Australia: Model Erin McNaught ¿passed out underwater¿, tore muscles and lost seven kilograms during extreme challenges

The brutal toll of SAS Australia: Model Erin McNaught ¿passed out underwater¿, tore muscles and lost seven kilograms during extreme challenges

The brutal toll of SAS Australia: Model Erin McNaught ‘passed out underwater’, tore muscles and lost seven kilograms during extreme challenges

‘I felt like I almost died on day one! The physical side was tough but the mental side was hard, too,’ she added.

On day one, all celebrity recruits were required to fall out of a helicopter backwards into icy waters and swim to the shore unassisted. 

Erin, who has already shared photos of her badly bruised body from the fall, went on to describe the extent of her injuries from the stunt.

‘I landed face first horizontally. I blacked out underwater, lost sight in my left eye for a while and had two black eyes for five days,’ she said.

'I blacked out underwater, lost sight in my left eye': Model Erin's entrance into the water didn't go to plan and was badly hurt by the fall

'I blacked out underwater, lost sight in my left eye': Model Erin's entrance into the water didn't go to plan and was badly hurt by the fall

‘I blacked out underwater, lost sight in my left eye’: Model Erin’s entrance into the water didn’t go to plan and was badly hurt by the fall

'I got black eyes, tore muscles in my left shoulder and I lost something like 7kg':  Erin has already shared photos of her badly bruised body from the helicopter fall

'I got black eyes, tore muscles in my left shoulder and I lost something like 7kg':  Erin has already shared photos of her badly bruised body from the helicopter fall

‘I got black eyes, tore muscles in my left shoulder and I lost something like 7kg’:  Erin has already shared photos of her badly bruised body from the helicopter fall

'I felt like I almost died on day one': Erin (Number 7) said she struggled physically and mentally on the tough reality TV series. Pictured with swollen cheeks after the brutal helicopter fall

'I felt like I almost died on day one': Erin (Number 7) said she struggled physically and mentally on the tough reality TV series. Pictured with swollen cheeks after the brutal helicopter fall

‘I felt like I almost died on day one’: Erin (Number 7) said she struggled physically and mentally on the tough reality TV series. Pictured with swollen cheeks after the brutal helicopter fall

The mother-of-two added that despite her best efforts to ‘bulk up’ before the show with an additional 6kg, she lost more than 6kg during her time on SAS: Australia.

While they were required to perform very physical tasks, Erin explained they were living off ‘meagre rations’.

A total of 17 famous faces signed up for the intense SAS selection course run by an elite team of ex-special forces soldiers, otherwise known as the ‘Directing Staff’. 

Remember her? Erin represented Australia in the Miss Universe pageant in 2006

Remember her? Erin represented Australia in the Miss Universe pageant in 2006

Remember her? Erin represented Australia in the Miss Universe pageant in 2006

Happy family: Erin shares two young sons, Evander, four, and Ennio, three, with UK singer Example, real name Elliot Gleave (left)

Happy family: Erin shares two young sons, Evander, four, and Ennio, three, with UK singer Example, real name Elliot Gleave (left)

Happy family: Erin shares two young sons, Evander, four, and Ennio, three, with UK singer Example, real name Elliot Gleave (left)

Sydney-based PR queen Roxy Jacenko, 40, was the first to voluntarily withdraw from the series during episode one due to a pre-existing injury.

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby, 43, and former NRL WAG and glamour model Arabella Del Busso, 30, both left on the second episode. 

SAS: Australia airs Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:30pm on Channel Seven

Tune in: SAS: Australia airs Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:30pm on Channel Seven. Pictured Erin dragging Candice Warner across the beach

Tune in: SAS: Australia airs Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:30pm on Channel Seven. Pictured Erin dragging Candice Warner across the beach

Tune in: SAS: Australia airs Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:30pm on Channel Seven. Pictured Erin dragging Candice Warner across the beach

Cast: A total of 17 famous faces signed up for the intense SAS selection course run by an elite team of ex-special forces soldiers known as the Directing Staff

Cast: A total of 17 famous faces signed up for the intense SAS selection course run by an elite team of ex-special forces soldiers known as the Directing Staff

Cast: A total of 17 famous faces signed up for the intense SAS selection course run by an elite team of ex-special forces soldiers known as the Directing Staff

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The Bachelorette throw shade at former Bachelor Blake Garvey in a blink-and-you’ll-miss it moment

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The Bachelorette kicked off Wednesday night’s episode with a rollicking Halloween party, complete with quirky costumes, trick-or-treating and spooky decorations.

But perhaps the most chilling detail of the horror-themed group date was a reference to former Bachelor Blake Garvey.

Lurking among the decorations was a skeleton dressed in a suit and bow tie, with a red rose attached to its label.

Did you spot it? The Bachelorette threw shade at former Bachelor Blake Garvey in a blink-and-you'll-miss it moment during Wednesday's Halloween special. Pictured: Becky and Elly Miles

Did you spot it? The Bachelorette threw shade at former Bachelor Blake Garvey in a blink-and-you'll-miss it moment during Wednesday's Halloween special. Pictured: Becky and Elly Miles

Did you spot it? The Bachelorette threw shade at former Bachelor Blake Garvey in a blink-and-you’ll-miss it moment during Wednesday’s Halloween special. Pictured: Becky and Elly Miles 

In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it close-up shot, viewers noticed the skeleton was wearing a name tag that read ‘Blake G’.

Host Osher Günsberg alerted fans to the cheeky reference as the episode aired, tweeting: ‘Oh my goodness. Did you see that skeleton? Did you SEE the name on it?’  

The producers’ decision to represent Blake as a skeleton could well have been a sly dig at Blake’s ill-fated showbiz career – or perhaps an homage to the horrors of his days as ‘Australia’s most hated man’.

Blast from the past: Perhaps the most chilling detail of the horror-themed group date was a reference to former Bachelor Blake Garvey (pictured)

Blast from the past: Perhaps the most chilling detail of the horror-themed group date was a reference to former Bachelor Blake Garvey (pictured)

Blast from the past: Perhaps the most chilling detail of the horror-themed group date was a reference to former Bachelor Blake Garvey (pictured) 

Is that you, Blake? Lurking among the decorations was a skeleton dressed in a suit and bow tie, with a red rose attached to its label

Is that you, Blake? Lurking among the decorations was a skeleton dressed in a suit and bow tie, with a red rose attached to its label

Is that you, Blake? Lurking among the decorations was a skeleton dressed in a suit and bow tie, with a red rose attached to its label

Subtle: In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it close-up shot, viewers noticed the skeleton was wearing a name tag that read 'Blake G'

Subtle: In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it close-up shot, viewers noticed the skeleton was wearing a name tag that read 'Blake G'

Subtle: In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it close-up shot, viewers noticed the skeleton was wearing a name tag that read ‘Blake G’

Blake was branded a ‘love rat’ after his appearance on the Channel 10 show in 2014.

During the grand finale, he proposed to winner Sam Frost, only to dump her weeks later for second runner-up Louise Pillidge.

The couple went on to date for 18 months before splitting in 2016.

'Did you SEE the name on it?' Bachelor franchise host Osher Günsberg alerted fans to the cheeky reference as the episode aired

'Did you SEE the name on it?' Bachelor franchise host Osher Günsberg alerted fans to the cheeky reference as the episode aired

‘Did you SEE the name on it?’ Bachelor franchise host Osher Günsberg alerted fans to the cheeky reference as the episode aired

Scandal: Blake was branded 'Australia's most hated man' after he proposed to Sam Frost  (right) during the 2014 Bachelor finale, only to dump her weeks later for second runner-up Louise Pillidge

Scandal: Blake was branded 'Australia's most hated man' after he proposed to Sam Frost  (right) during the 2014 Bachelor finale, only to dump her weeks later for second runner-up Louise Pillidge

Scandal: Blake was branded ‘Australia’s most hated man’ after he proposed to Sam Frost  (right) during the 2014 Bachelor finale, only to dump her weeks later for second runner-up Louise Pillidge

He dropped off the celebrity radar shortly after ending things with Louise and now works as a real estate agent in Perth. 

Discussing their break-up with New Idea at the time, Blake said: ‘We were walking on eggshells around each other, always trying to say the right thing… it was suffocating.’ 

The Bachelor continues Thursday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

Splitsville: Blake dropped off the celebrity radar shortly after ending things with Louise (left) in 2016 and now works as a real estate agent in Perth

Splitsville: Blake dropped off the celebrity radar shortly after ending things with Louise (left) in 2016 and now works as a real estate agent in Perth

Splitsville: Blake dropped off the celebrity radar shortly after ending things with Louise (left) in 2016 and now works as a real estate agent in Perth

Not so shy: Blake wasn't so camera shy during his younger days as a topless waiter

Not so shy: Blake wasn't so camera shy during his younger days as a topless waiter

Not so shy: Blake wasn’t so camera shy during his younger days as a topless waiter

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Heartbreak for Kyly Clarke as Channel Seven AXES House Rules – as she moves on with James Courtney

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Kyle Clarke was praised as a breath of fresh air when she joined House Rules as a judge this year.

But even the former WAG’s star power hasn’t helped the home renovation show which has been dropped by Channel Seven.

The show was noticeably absent from the network’s content line-up at the annual Upfronts on Wednesday alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect. 

Axed: Kyle Clarke [pictured] was praised as a breath of fresh air when she joined House Rules as a judge this year. But even the former WAG's star power hasn't helped the home renovation show which has been dropped by Channel Seven

Axed: Kyle Clarke [pictured] was praised as a breath of fresh air when she joined House Rules as a judge this year. But even the former WAG's star power hasn't helped the home renovation show which has been dropped by Channel Seven

Axed: Kyle Clarke [pictured] was praised as a breath of fresh air when she joined House Rules as a judge this year. But even the former WAG’s star power hasn’t helped the home renovation show which has been dropped by Channel Seven

House Rules: High Stakes premiered on Channel Seven in April with Kyly and Saul Myers joining the judging panel alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.

Kyly, 39, was commended for being a ‘natural’ on-screen; however, the series failed to be a ratings success.

Just 679,000 metro viewers tuned in for part one, representing a drop of more than 100,000 viewers from last year’s premiere with veteran host Johanna Griggs. 

Dropped: The show was noticeably absent from the network's content line-up at the annual Upfronts on Wednesday alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect

Dropped: The show was noticeably absent from the network's content line-up at the annual Upfronts on Wednesday alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect

Dropped: The show was noticeably absent from the network’s content line-up at the annual Upfronts on Wednesday alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect

Eighth series: House Rules: High Stakes premiered on Channel Seven in April with Kyly and Saul Myers [L] joining the judging panel alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen [R]

Eighth series: House Rules: High Stakes premiered on Channel Seven in April with Kyly and Saul Myers [L] joining the judging panel alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen [R]

Eighth series: House Rules: High Stakes premiered on Channel Seven in April with Kyly and Saul Myers [L] joining the judging panel alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen [R]

Low ratings: Kyly, 39, was commended for being a 'natural' on-screen; however, the series failed to be a ratings success

Low ratings: Kyly, 39, was commended for being a 'natural' on-screen; however, the series failed to be a ratings success

Low ratings: Kyly, 39, was commended for being a ‘natural’ on-screen; however, the series failed to be a ratings success

Kyly certainly won’t be heartbroken over the news for too long, as she has reportedly found love again with Supercars driver James Courtney.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the model was spotted kissing the race car driver trackside in Bathurst on Thursday, ahead of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this weekend.

‘It is early days, but they are very happy,’ a source said.

The publication claims Kyly and James, 40, first dated 20 years ago after meeting through friends and family.

Moving on: Kyly certainly won't be heartbroken over the news for too long, as she has reportedly found love again with Supercars driver James Courtney.

Moving on: Kyly certainly won't be heartbroken over the news for too long, as she has reportedly found love again with Supercars driver James Courtney.

Moving on: Kyly certainly won’t be heartbroken over the news for too long, as she has reportedly found love again with Supercars driver James Courtney.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the model was spotted kissing the race car driver trackside [pictured] in Bathurst on Thursday, ahead of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this weekend

According to The Daily Telegraph, the model was spotted kissing the race car driver trackside [pictured] in Bathurst on Thursday, ahead of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this weekend

According to The Daily Telegraph, the model was spotted kissing the race car driver trackside [pictured] in Bathurst on Thursday, ahead of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this weekend

She’s believed to have first met James when she was just 11, and they recently got back in contact via social media.

‘They just clicked when they reconnected, and everything is going well. It is like a fairytale because they were together all those years ago, so it has come full circle,’ the source added.

Kyly’s relationship with James comes eight months after she announced her split from her husband-of-seven-years, Michael Clarke.

Meanwhile, Plate of Origin and Pooch Perfect have also been axed from the network due to poor ratings. 

Boned! Menwhile, Plate of Origin and Pooch Perfect (pictured) have been axed from Channel Seven's 2021 line-up following poor ratings

Boned! Menwhile, Plate of Origin and Pooch Perfect (pictured) have been axed from Channel Seven's 2021 line-up following poor ratings

Boned! Menwhile, Plate of Origin and Pooch Perfect (pictured) have been axed from Channel Seven’s 2021 line-up following poor ratings 

While Rebel Wilson’s dog grooming series Pooch Perfect managed to draw in 624,000 metro viewers for its premiere episode, it steadily declined over the season, losing close to 50% of its viewers by the end of the season. 

Meanwhile, Plate of Origin also failed to impress, with just 335,000 metro viewers tuning into the finale. 

Poor numbers: Plate of Origin failed to impress this year, with just 335,000 metro viewers tuning into the finale

Poor numbers: Plate of Origin failed to impress this year, with just 335,000 metro viewers tuning into the finale

Poor numbers: Plate of Origin failed to impress this year, with just 335,000 metro viewers tuning into the finale

While some shows have seen the chopping block, Seven are bring back most of their hits, including Big Brother, Farmer Wants a Wife and Australia’s Got Talent. 

2021 will also see the network air the revamped version of The Voice, which was previously on Channel Nine.   

And they will introduce several new series, including mini-golf program Holey Moley and Ultimate Tag, which is expected to take the playground game to a whole new level. 

Seven West Media Managing Director and CEO James Warburton said of next year’s line-up: ‘Our new content led strategy of outsourcing proven international formats has delivered this year with an incredible resurgence led by the phenomenal performance of Big Brother and Farmer Wants A Wife.

‘Coupled with the return of a sensational AFL season, we’ve led every demographic since June.’ 

He added: ‘With our multiple global tentpoles in play, our first-class Olympics coverage and winning news and sport schedules, get set to see what we’re really capable of.’ 

Returning: While some shows have seen the chopping block, Seven are bring back most of their hits, including Big Brother, Farmer Wants a Wife (pictured) and Australia's Got Talent

Returning: While some shows have seen the chopping block, Seven are bring back most of their hits, including Big Brother, Farmer Wants a Wife (pictured) and Australia's Got Talent

Returning: While some shows have seen the chopping block, Seven are bring back most of their hits, including Big Brother, Farmer Wants a Wife (pictured) and Australia’s Got Talent

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