Today’s Show: Sarah Abo calls out Karl Stefanovic on his shocking diet


Today host Sarah Abo calls out Karl Stefanovic on his shocking diet as she accuses him of ‘bingeing on McDonald’s at 2am’

Fill Up Today host Sarah Abo grilled Karl Stefanovic about his fast food diet on Friday.

The co-hosts were interviewing good-looking AFL star Steve ‘Stevie Jay’ Johnson when Karl raved about his looks.

After the segment ended, Carl, 48, remarked to Sarah, 35, that Stevie “is as good as he can be, he’s a fitness machine.”

Fill-in Today host Sarah Abo (right) grilled Karl Stefanovic (left) about his fast food diet on Friday

Fill-in Today host Sarah Abo (right) grilled Karl Stefanovic (left) about his fast food diet on Friday

Sarah said AFL players have nice bodies because they “don’t eat Macca’s at 2am in London”, then shot Karl a pointed look.

Carl replied with an embarrassed look, “I told you not to tell anyone that!”

The 60 Minutes reporter then apologized to his co-host and the two shared a laugh.

Sarah told Carl that AFL players have nice bodies because they “don’t eat Maccas at 2 in the morning in London” and glared at him

The “Today” show co-stars have a reputation for banter on air.

Sarah dug into Karl again in July when the two discussed Tom Cruise turning 60.

“I can’t believe he’s 60. That’s amazing,” Carl remarked.

After interviewing soccer star Steve Johnson, Sarah said AFL players have nice bodies because they “don’t eat Maccas at 2am in London” before giving Carl a pointed look

“That’s about your age, isn’t it Carl?” “You look great,” Sara replied, placing a hand on his shoulder.

She was filling in for Alison Langdon on Friday.

Alison was seen returning to Sydney the day before and took the morning off to recover from a two-week marathon covering the Queen’s death in London.

The hosts have a reputation for on-air banter, with Sarah previously teasing Carl about his age in July

The hosts have a reputation for on-air banter, with Sarah previously teasing Carl about his age in July

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