A contestant on the last season of Nine’s Married at First Sight has confronted a Hit Network radio show over an on-air interview to promote her new book.
Tracey Jewel (pictured above) appeared on hit107’s breakfast show with Amos, Cat & Angus this week to talk about her self-help book This Goddess Means Business, which happens to have an acronym in it with a spelling mistake.
And, as you would expect, the mistake was perfect interview fodder for the radio hosts.
“I hate to put you on the spot, but can you spell ‘goddess’ for me?” Angus O’Loughlin asked the MAFS star.
Jewel admitted to the hosts she ditched the ‘S’ in ‘goddess’ for her acronym to work, before O’Loughlin corrected her by pointing it was actually missing a ‘D’
“Not a good start,” he said.
While Jewel didn’t seem too offended by the line of questioning at the time of the interview, she later took to Instagram to express her disappointment by sending a private message to host Amos Gill.
However, Gill didn’t seem too concerned by the MAFS star’s criticism, sharing it out on his Insta account.
A Hit Network spokesperson declined to comment when contacted by B&T.
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