Today show host Karl Stefanovic, 46, promises a ‘nudie run’ in Melbourne if Donald Trump loses the election
Today show host Karl Stefanovic is known for his cheeky antics on the popular Channel Nine breakfast program.
But the 46-year-old has outdone himself by promising a ‘nudie run’ if U.S. President Donald Trump loses the upcoming election.
Reported in the Herald Sun newspaper this week, Karl said: ‘If he doesn’t win I will run naked through Flinders Street station.’
Stripping off: Today show host Karl Stefanovic, 46, (pictured) has promised a ‘nudie run’ in Melbourne if Donald Trump loses the election while speaking on Fox FM earlier this week
Karl made the comments on Fox FM’s FiFi, Fev and Byron show.
Despite Karl calling the President a ‘nutcase’ he seemed to imply that the shy vote for him will be in force again this year.
‘Last time around four years ago, we (Today) were there, and everyone thought that Donald Trump was going to get absolutely belted,’ Karl said.
‘He is in the same position he was four years ago and even more people think he is a complete nutcase, but he has got just as much chance of getting back in.’
Betting Trump: ‘Last time around four years ago, we (Today) were there, and everyone thought that Donald Trump was going to get absolutely belted,’ Karl said. Pictured: Donald Trump
Karl finished by saying he couldn’t get a clear picture of who was going to win until election day but he believed Trump would be victorious.
The beloved breakfast TV host is no stranger to a gag, even getting a spray tan live on air earlier this month.
Karl had complained of not getting enough vitamin D, with him then coming-up with the idea to get the tan.
Standing in a black booth alongside news presenter Alex Cullen, Karl wasn’t shy about revealing his almost bare physique on national television.
The process: Armed with a spray tan gun, his co-host Allison Langdon appeared very eager to give Karl (pictured) a tan, quipping: ‘I’ll just wing it!’ earlier this month
He was sporting nothing but a pair of rather revealing boxer shorts and he had stuck a stencil of NRL team, the Brisbane Broncos, logo to his chest.
Allison then went to give Karl a very dark and uneven tan, saying: ‘I think maybe this was a really bad idea’ in the lighthearted segment.
Karl has indicated he is a supporter of the controversial American president in the past. In 2017, he referred to himself as ‘the Donald Trump of breakfast TV.’
Fun lover: Karl has indicated he was a supporter of the president in the past. In 2017, he referred to himself as ‘the Donald Trump of breakfast TV.’ Here with Chuck Norris (R)