Chrissie Swan can’t stop blushing as comedian Jimmy Carr calls her a ‘MILF’

Chrissie Swan can’t stop blushing as comedian Jimmy Carr calls her a ‘MILF’ after hearing her husky post-Logies voice on The Project

Chrissie Swan received a rather crude compliment from British stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr while interviewing him on The Project on Tuesday night.

The panel was speaking to the funnyman, 49, about his upcoming Australian tour when Jimmy jokingly referred to Chrissie as a ‘MILF’ after hearing her husky voice.

The single mother of three, 48, was still struggling to speak after a long night of partying at the TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday.

Chrissie Swan (left) received a rather crude compliment from British stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr (right) while interviewing him on The Project on Tuesday night 

‘Speaking of MILFs, though, what is the matter with her voice?’ Jimmy said. 

‘MILF’ is an acronym for ‘Mother I’d Like to F**k’.

He continued: ‘Because it sounds like The Project are doing a séance and that is a voice from the other side.’

The panel was speaking to the funnyman, 49, about his upcoming Australian tour when Jimmy jokingly referred to Chrissie as a 'MILF' after hearing her husky voice

The panel was speaking to the funnyman, 49, about his upcoming Australian tour when Jimmy jokingly referred to Chrissie as a ‘MILF’ after hearing her husky voice 

Bursting into laughter, Chrissie admitted she did sound like she was ‘possessed’, adding: ‘I can’t believe I’m talking to you like this!’

She went on to ask Jimmy for advice on how to recover her voice, prompting the comedian to joke that she should start a 12-step program to stop drinking. 

‘Booze wasn’t involved!’ Chrissie replied.

The single mother of three, 48, was still struggling to speak after a long night of partying at the TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday (pictured on the red carpet)

The single mother of three, 48, was still struggling to speak after a long night of partying at the TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday (pictured on the red carpet) 

'Speaking of MILFs, what is the matter with her voice?' Jimmy said, adding: 'Because it sounds like The Project are doing a séance and that is a voice from the other side'

‘Speaking of MILFs, what is the matter with her voice?’ Jimmy said, adding: ‘Because it sounds like The Project are doing a séance and that is a voice from the other side’ 

It comes after Chrissie revealed quitting alcohol was one of the secrets to her recent 90kg weight loss. 

The media personality gave up drinking over a year ago and turned to meditation and walking during Melbourne’s gruelling 112-day lockdown.

In an interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly in February, Chrissie explained that the lockdowns prompted her to make some ‘enormous’ changes to her lifestyle.

Bursting into laughter, Chrissie admitted she did sound like she was 'possessed', adding: 'I can't believe I'm talking to you like this!' (Pictured with The Project co-host Waleed Aly)

Bursting into laughter, Chrissie admitted she did sound like she was ‘possessed’, adding: ‘I can’t believe I’m talking to you like this!’ (Pictured with The Project co-host Waleed Aly)

It comes after Chrissie revealed quitting alcohol was one of the secrets to her recent 90kg weight loss

It comes after Chrissie revealed quitting alcohol was one of the secrets to her recent 90kg weight loss 

The former Big Brother star is pictured prior to her 90kg weight loss at the 2012 Logies (left). She is pictured after her weight loss transformation at the 2022 Logies (right) 

‘We couldn’t go out to dinner, we couldn’t go to a friend’s house, they couldn’t come to us, we couldn’t go outside five kilometres. All we could do was walk, and so that’s what I did,’ she said.

Chrissie declined, however, to share any other details about how she lost weight.  

‘I’m not going to talk about the size of my a**e. I’m not going to tell you what I eat in a day. Because I’ve read those stories and they make me feel bad about myself,’ she added.

The media personality gave up drinking over a year ago and turned to meditation and walking during Melbourne's gruelling 112-day lockdown

The media personality gave up drinking over a year ago and turned to meditation and walking during Melbourne’s gruelling 112-day lockdown

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