‘Not an ideal scenario heading into live TV!’ Carrie Bickmore proves the show must go on as she takes anti-diarrheal medicine before hosting The Project
She returned to The Project last week after eight months of maternity leave.
And on Monday, Carrie Bickmore proved she wasn’t going to let anything get in the way of her hosting role.
Before sitting at the desk for the one-hour live show, Carrie told fans she had taken anti-diarrheal medicine.
‘Not an ideal scenario heading into live TV!’ Carrie Bickmore proves the show must go on as she takes anti-diarrheal medicine before hosting The Project on Monday night
On Instagram, the mother of three shared a picture of the medication packet, which left a few fans feeling uncomfortable with her overshare.
‘Not an ideal scenario heading into a live TV show,’ she candidly confessed.
Her radio co-host Tommy Little – who is also feeling ill – wrote under the post: ‘You couldn’t just let me be the sick one could you?! Oh no, you had to go and up the ante and s**t yourself on live TV!’
Carrie appeared fine during the show, as she appeared her upbeat self in a white ensemble.
Too much information? On Instagram, the mother of three shared a picture of the medication packet, which left a few fans feeling uncomfortable with her candid overshare
‘S**t I’m on live TV!’ Carrie , 38, admitted to News Corp on Saturday that she still gets nervous co-hosting The Project, after 10 years on the show
During an interview with News Corp on Saturday ahead of the show’s 10-year anniversary, Carrie Bickmore admitted she still gets nervous presenting.
‘Sometimes we will be halfway through a show and I’ll suddenly think, ‘S**t I am on live TV,’ and then the butterflies will start,’ the 38-year-old said.
‘I think the day I stop getting nervous is the day I’ve stopped caring,’ she added.
Carrie went on to reveal that it took her time to understand the show’s format of going from lighthearted subjects to hard-hitting news.
‘It took me a while to get used to the gear changes between talking about a death toll overseas and introducing an interview with Miley Cyrus,’ she said.
Carrie returned to The Project on Monday, after eight months of maternity leave.
Dedication to the job: ‘I think the day I stop getting nervous is the day I’ve stopped caring,’ she added. Pictured from left to right: Peter Helliar, Hamish Macdonald, Carrie and Rebel Wilson
The blonde beauty has been with the program since it first premiered on Channel 10 in 2009.
A day before her comeback, Carrie revealed she was feeling anxious about returning to the show.
‘I’ll be really honest, I have huge mixed emotions about it,’ she told The Sydney Morning Herald.
Proud mother: Carrie returned to The Project on Monday after maternity leave. The blonde beauty gave birth to daughter Adelaide [pictured] in December 2018
Carrie’s last episode was on Thursday November 15, 2018, prior to the birth of her daughter Adelaide, now seven months.
Adelaide is Carrie’s third child and second with partner Chris Walker. They also share four-year-old daughter Evie, and son Oliver, 11, from Carrie’s late husband Greg Lange.
‘Spending time with the kids after school was such a unique thing for me the last eight months, because I don’t get that,’ she told the Herald.
‘Just being able to have dinner with my family has been incredible. I haven’t had that for 10 years. I think it’s going to be a massive adjustment for me heading back to work.’
Nerves: A day before returning to The Project on July 8, Carrie said she was feeling anxious about returning to the show, telling The Sydney Morning Herald: I have huge mixed emotions’