If there’s one thing we all know is that cameras don’t lie.
And it was clear on Monday night’s episode of A Current Affair, after an interview with Susan Hannaford, host Tracy Grimshaw was definitely cringing.
Whilst the presenter did, for the most part, keep her cool-as-a-cucumber professional journalist hat on, the Gold Logie nominee did seem to be holding back her laughter post-interview.
In a segment titled, ‘Kitty Bites Back’, the former star of The Sullivans was attempting to clear a few things up following her recent interview on rival show Sunday Night.
It had been alleged the former actress owes almost $4.65 million to the Commonwealth Bank and the whereabouts of her 96-year-old mother were unknown.
However, the 65-year-old revealed her mother was alive and well, she wasn’t in any debt and is planning to begin a $100 million lawsuit against two Australian media companies, due to the claims made about her estate and wealth.
She also claimed Seven paid her “in excess of $100,000” for her interview on Sunday Night and it apparently wasn’t worth the money.
“I am angry about what has been done to me,” she said. “I think it is appalling. I think it is absolutely appalling.”
Well, the claims of the $100 million lawsuit certainly seemed to make Tracy slightly snigger.
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