See the moment Carrie Bickmore apologises to Brodie Grundy after making a VERY embarrassing mistake on live radio
- Carrie Bickmore was left red-faced after an embarrassing on-air mistake
- The radio host invited Brodie Grundy ahead of the grand finale
- But Grundy no longer plays for Collingwood
Carrie Bickmore was left red-faced after making a shocking mistake on live radio ahead of the grand final.
Bickmore, in a bid to surprise co-host and Collingwood tragic Tommy Little, brought in a surprise guest on air ahead of the Pies’ clash with Brisbane Lions at the MCG on Saturday.
However, Little was left perplexed when Bickmore introduced the guest, Melbourne star and former Pie Brodie Grundy, thinking he would be playing in the big match.
Here’s how the interaction went…
Carrie Bickmore (CB): It’s a very special weekend for you guys, so we thought why not let you geek out a little on air about your team making it to the grand finals. Brodie Grundy will play for the Pies and he joins us now.
Carrie Bickmore (left) was left red-faced after making an embarrassing mistake on live radio
CB: Why are you so confused?
Tommy Little (TL): Who do we have?
Brodie Grundy (BG): Tommy, it’s your old friend, it’s Brodie
TL: Brodie, sorry, I love you, but Carrie, do you know what happened here?
BG: This is difficult yes
TL: Carrie, do you really not know what you did? Oh my God
CB: What is going on? I am confused?
TL: Would you call this a huge c**k-up Brodie?
BG: That’s one reason to describe this situation
CB: Isn’t this exciting for you?
TL: Brodie is a Collingwood legend. Brodie, would you like to tell Carrie what you’re doing on Saturday?
BG: I definitely won’t play on Saturday. My last game for Collingwood was Anzac Day 2022 and then I was traded.
Brodie Grundy is a Collingwood legend but now plays for the Melbourne Demons
CB: Oh Brodie, you’re still a star player in my eyes. I thought you were still playing!
TL: He still plays, just not for Collingwood!
Grundy then wished the pair farewell, before an embarrassed Bickmore turned on her colleagues, who were left in the lurch.
“Okay, that you all made a damn stitch.”