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Triple M host Lawrence Mooney reveals why he will NEVER have reality stars on his radio show


Triple M host Lawrence Mooney reveals why he will NEVER have reality stars on his radio show – and reveals his worst ever interview

He’s the outspoken radio star who hosts Triple M Sydney’s Moonman in the Morning breakfast show with Jess Eva and Chris Page.

And Lawrence Mooney pulls no punches when it comes to the guests he allows on his radio program.

On Tuesday, the 56-year-old told Daily Mail Australia why he will never have reality TV stars on his show.

Not a fan: Triple M host Lawrence Mooney (pictured) has revealed why he will NEVER have reality stars on his radio show

Not a fan: Triple M host Lawrence Mooney (pictured) has revealed why he will NEVER have reality stars on his radio show

‘Reality TV contestants are an absolute waste of time and they are not going to dish the dirt,’ the comedian said.

Lawrence continued: ‘Speaking to reality TV people is genuinely a waste of time. The genre is a waste of time and there is not many good reality shows going around.’

Despite not allowing them on his show, Lawrence applauded reality stars who land a gig on radio following their stint on TV.

'Reality TV contestants are an absolute waste of time and they are not going to dish the dirt,' the comedian told Daily Mail Australia. Pictured MAFS star Martha Kalifatidis

‘Reality TV contestants are an absolute waste of time and they are not going to dish the dirt,’ the comedian told Daily Mail Australia. Pictured MAFS star Martha Kalifatidis

‘I think good on them. Obviously there is a motivation there to get into the game and they want to do it and they prove their worth on the reality show.,’ he said.

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Lawrence’s co-star Jess Eva rose to fame on The Block in 2018, before landing a job in radio.

He said it’s the important the TV star has ‘got a personality and the ability to do it’ and Jess has ‘got the props’.

'Good on them': Despite not allowing them on his show, Lawrence applauded reality stars who land a gig on radio.  Lawrence's co-star Jess Eva (pictured) rose to fame on The Block in 2018, before landing a job in radio

‘Good on them’: Despite not allowing them on his show, Lawrence applauded reality stars who land a gig on radio.  Lawrence’s co-star Jess Eva (pictured) rose to fame on The Block in 2018, before landing a job in radio

Lawrence also revealed one of the ‘most defensive’ people he has ever interviewed.

‘One of the most defensive people I’ve ever spoken to who expected to be mocked and ridiculed and trivialised was Nick Giannopoulos,’ he revealed.

‘After the interview he said “that was really lovely and sorry I wasn’t more relaxed”.’

'He expected to be mocked': Lawrence also revealed one of the 'most defensive' people he has ever interviewed was Nick Giannopoulos (pictured)

‘He expected to be mocked’: Lawrence also revealed one of the ‘most defensive’ people he has ever interviewed was Nick Giannopoulos (pictured)



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