The Sunday Project: Tommy Little makes crude joke about Hamish Macdonald’s manhood


Tommy Little leaves his co-hosts in hysterics as he cracks a crude joke about Hamish Macdonald’s manhood on The Sunday Project


Tommy Little left his co-hosts in fits of laughter on The Sunday Project, as he rolled out a crude joke about his co-host Hamish Macdonald’s manhood during the show.  

The 36-year-old presenter was discussing the latest headlines in a comedic segment, before blurting out the nickname Hamish is apparently known by behind-the-scenes.

‘Everyone knows Hamish’s nickname is the elephant,’ Tommy boldly said, with the admission leading the rest of the panel to burst into laughter.

Outrageous: Tommy Little (pictured) left his co-hosts in hysterics on The Sunday Project, as he told a crude joke about his co-host Hamish Macdonald’s manhood

‘Corby, you know why he’s nicknamed “the elephant”, right?’ Tommy said to his host Rachel Corbett.

With a sly smile, the bewildered host responded: ‘Yes, I do.’

Tommy then explained exactly how he had bagged such a nickname, pointing out: ‘I should tell you it was in impression he used to do, which involved folding his pockets inside-out so they looked like ears!’

'Corby, you know why he's nicknamed "the elephant", right?' Tommy said to his host Rachel Corbett, who replied with a sly smile

‘Corby, you know why he’s nicknamed “the elephant”, right?’ Tommy said to his host Rachel Corbett, who replied with a sly smile

The rest of the panel continued to laugh in the background, as Tommy continued his segment on the latest sports news.

Hamish only recently returned the The Project on Friday and Sunday nights, after his abrupt departure from ABC’s Q+A.

He told the Sydney Morning Herald last month that his comeback to the Channel Ten program is a ‘genuine privilege’.

Over: Hamish MacDonald, 40, quit the ABC less than 18 months after taking over as Q&A host - and almost a month since he last fronted the show with flagging ratings

Over: Hamish MacDonald, 40, quit the ABC less than 18 months after taking over as Q&A host – and almost a month since he last fronted the show with flagging ratings

The Project is part of my DNA… it’s something I really believe in, it’s a show that I love, it’s an ecosystem of people that I love and get along with,’ he told The Sydney Morning Herald.

‘Tommy [Little], Carrie [Bickmore], Lisa [Wilkinson], Waleed [Aly], Pete [Helliar], they are genuinely my friends. They’re people I talk to all the time’.

Hamish, 40, quit the ABC less than 18 months after taking over as Q&A host – and almost a month since he last fronted the show with flagging ratings.

Back: Hamish says his comeback to the Channel Ten show is a 'genuine privilege'. 'The Project is part of my DNA... it's something I really believe in, it's a show that I love, it's an ecosystem of people that I love and get along with,' he said. Pictured with Waleed Aly and Lisa Wilkinson

Back: Hamish says his comeback to the Channel Ten show is a ‘genuine privilege’. ‘The Project is part of my DNA… it’s something I really believe in, it’s a show that I love, it’s an ecosystem of people that I love and get along with,’ he said. Pictured with Waleed Aly and Lisa Wilkinson

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