Studio 10 co-host Denise Scott has received a wave support following a fake walk-off on Monday night’s episode of Have You Been Paying Attention?
During the episode, host Tom Gleisner asked the players what the recent good news for the Australian giant cuttlefish was.
In response, New Zealand comic Tony Martin answered: “It’s joining the cast of Studio 10”
To which radio presenter Sam Pang replies: “It’s got a bit too much life in it for that I would’ve thought.”
At which point, Denise Scott begins walking off stage, however, is quickly stopped by Gleisner, and instead, delivers a stunning rebuke to Pang.
“It took me till 63 to get a job on that show Sam and now you’re taking away the little bit of glory I’ve got.
“Oh, Mr. Sam Pang on everything.
Finishing with: “You’ll be on Studio 10 one day and you’ll be happy.”
Catch the exchange here:
— #HYBPA (@HYBPA) August 20, 2018
Twitter users have now heaped on the praise to Scott, with her Studio 10 colleague Joe Hildebrand posting:
— Joe Hildebrand (@Joe_Hildebrand) August 20, 2018
Other users were also quick to applaud Scott.
The Sam Pang/Denise Scott showdown will most likely go down as my favourite tv moment of 2018. #HYBPA
— David Ralph (@DavidRalph6) August 20, 2018
— Anthony Madaffari (@Madaferrari) August 20, 2018
— MacDaddy ????☘️?????♂️ (@YossaGiggis) August 21, 2018
— Tonestar (@Tonestar01) August 20, 2018
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