Today: Allison Langdon proclaims Karl Stefanovic for ‘disgusting’ details

Today, host Allison Langdon calls Karl Stefanovic after noticing something ‘disgusting’ about him live in the air










Allison Langdon noted an ‘disgusting’ detail about her co-host Karl Stefanovic during a bizarre on-air moment on Monday.

Today’s hosts were about to end their interview with The Block stars Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie when Ally saw something on Karl’s tie.

‘Hang on! More to the point, what’s on your tie? What is it?’ asked the 42-year-old.

'Hang on!  what's on your tie? '  Allison Langdon (right) noticed one

‘Hang on! what’s on your tie? ‘ Allison Langdon (right) noticed a “disgusting” detail about her co-host Karl Stefanovic (left) during a bizarre on-air moment on Monday

A camera zoomed in on a brown spot on his tie just below his lapel microphone.

“Uh, Ally, it looks like a little mushroom,” Karl, 47, explained.

She asked him if it came from his nose, to which he replied indignantly: ‘Oh, Allies! It’s disgusting!’

Yuck: 'Stop it now!  More to the point, what's on your tie?  What is it?'  asked the 42-year-old

Yuck: ‘Stop it now! More to the point, what’s on your tie? What is it?’ asked the 42-year-old

Leftover breakfast?  A camera zoomed in on a brown spot on his tie, under his microphone

Leftover breakfast? A camera zoomed in on a brown spot on his tie, under his microphone

‘I do not know. It looks rough, it’s disgusting. It does not have to stay there all morning, ”she laughed.

Karl then tried to tip the hardened piece of sponge off in Ally’s direction as the crew burst out laughing.

The vegetable eventually fell off his tie, and Karl joked, ‘Oh Ally, it’s on your face now!’

Naughty!  Karl tried to tip the hardened piece of sponge off in Ally's direction as the crew burst out laughing

Naughty! Karl tried to tip the hardened piece of sponge off in Ally’s direction as the crew burst out laughing

Back and forth between Karl and Ally comes as the breakfast TV rating war between Today and Channel Seven’s Sunrise heats up for the first time in years.

Allison told Woman’s Day on Monday that the ‘tighter race’ provides far more compelling television as both programs lift their stakes.

‘It’s nice that it’s a closer race these days. It keeps it interesting and keeps everyone on their toes and at their best.

Make a comeback: Back and forth between Karl and Ally comes as the breakfast TV rating war between Today and Channel Seven's Sunrise heats up for the first time in years

Make a comeback: Back and forth between Karl and Ally comes as the breakfast TV rating war between Today and Channel Seven’s Sunrise heats up for the first time in years

On track: Allison told Woman's Day on Monday that the 'tighter race' provides far more compelling TV as both programs lift their stakes

On track: Allison told Woman’s Day on Monday that the ‘tighter race’ provides far more compelling TV as both programs lift their stakes

‘The show, and the attempt to do the best we can, is always in our minds.’

The show Today soared in front of Sunrise in the audience last Wednesday with an audience in five cities of 236,000.

It beat Sunrise, which had 228,000 subway passengers, and ABC News Breakfast, which had a total audience of 205,000 across ABC and ABC News.

Ratings: The Show Today aired Wednesday with an audience in five cities of 236,000, while Sunrise, hosted by Natalie Barr (left) and David Koch (right), had 228,000 subway passengers

Ratings: The Show Today aired Wednesday with an audience in five cities of 236,000, while Sunrise, hosted by Natalie Barr (left) and David Koch (right), had 228,000 subway passengers

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