Today’s Ally Langdon fat shames Karl Stefanovic after he admits to smearing CREAM CHEESE on chicken

Today host Allison Langdon fat-shames Karl Stefanovic as he admits to smearing cream cheese underneath the skin of his roast chicken

He has stacked on 13kg during the latest Covid-19 lockdown.

And Today anchor Karl Stefanovic didn’t want to be reminded about his weight gain on Wednesday after his co-host Allison Langdon joked about his size.

The 47-year-old’s waistline became a topic of conversation during a cooking segment with food journalist Jane de Graaff, who was offering her advice for preparing the perfect roast chicken.

Ouch! Karl Stefanovic, 47, (left) had a bee in his bonnet after Today co-host Ally Landgon, 42, (right)  made a savage joke about his weight on Wednesday’s show

Sharing his own unique recipe, Karl explained: ‘I cut the skin open and put the cream cheese and pine nuts underneath the skin, and so the cream cheese goes all through the chicken.’ 

Jane agreed that Karl’s technique was a great way to enhance the skin’s crispness in the oven.  

Later in the segment, Karl declared just how much he loves to eat chicken skin, gushing: ‘I love chicken skin. I just eat the skin!’

Decadent habit: During a cooking segment with Nine presenter and food journalist Jane de Graaff (right), Karl revealed he loves to smear cream cheese on his roast chicken

Decadent habit: During a cooking segment with Nine presenter and food journalist Jane de Graaff (right), Karl revealed he loves to smear cream cheese on his roast chicken 

Karl began rubbing his belly with glee, before turning to Ally and making a joke about his size. 

‘That’s how you get such a rig,’ he smirked, prompting Ally to respond: ‘Well that’s an endorsement, isn’t it?’ 

Recoiling in shock, Karl gasped: ‘Wow, that was nasty! I was having a go at myself and she doubled down.’ 

Savage joke: Karl began rubbing his belly with glee, before turning to Ally and making a joke about his size. 'That's how you get such a rig,' he smirked, prompting Ally to respond: 'Well that's an endorsement, isn't it?'

Savage joke: Karl began rubbing his belly with glee, before turning to Ally and making a joke about his size. ‘That’s how you get such a rig,’ he smirked, prompting Ally to respond: ‘Well that’s an endorsement, isn’t it?’  

After an awkward pause, Ally sheepishly replied: ‘Sorry, that was nasty.’

It comes after Karl revealed he’d put on maybe ’12, 13 [kilos]’ as a result of New South Wales’ stay-at-home orders, during an interview with the Fifi, Fev & Nick breakfast show last month.  

‘I guess I should do something about it. I just can’t be bothered,’ Karl laughed. 

Weighty admission: It comes after Karl revealed he'd put on maybe '12, 13 [kilos]' as a result of New South Wales' stay-at-home orders, during an interview with the Fifi, Fev & Nick breakfast show last month

Weighty admission: It comes after Karl revealed he’d put on maybe ’12, 13 [kilos]’ as a result of New South Wales’ stay-at-home orders, during an interview with the Fifi, Fev & Nick breakfast show last month

He continued: ‘You know what I’m saying to myself now to justify all of this? ‘Eventually we’ll come out of this, Karlos, so you may as well eat and drink what you want until you come out of it.” 

Karl revealed he’d been indulging while in lockdown, telling radio co-host Brendan Fevola: ‘I rediscovered my love for alcohol on the weekend.’ 

The Channel Nine star explained: ‘Friday after I get home from work at 9:30 in the morning, I always try and have a little sleep. I try and muster all the courage I can to get past midday before I have a drink.

‘And then I just start with light beers and then I gradually move up to vodkas and then I’m asleep by seven o’clock.

Cheers! Karl revealed he'd been indulging while in lockdown, telling radio co-host Brendan Fevola: 'I rediscovered my love for alcohol on the weekend'

Cheers! Karl revealed he’d been indulging while in lockdown, telling radio co-host Brendan Fevola: ‘I rediscovered my love for alcohol on the weekend’ 

‘On Saturday, I’m definitely a red wine person because I’ll cook something.

Karl noted that he likes to pair red wine with Wagyu steak, and revealed this combination sets him back ‘about $180 a kilo

Karl added: ‘It’s my go-to because a local butcher does it for me.’ 

Foodie: Karl noted that he likes to pair red wine with Wagyu steak, and revealed this combination sets him back 'about $180 a kilo

Foodie: Karl noted that he likes to pair red wine with Wagyu steak, and revealed this combination sets him back ‘about $180 a kilo

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