Have You Been Paying Attention? stars shock with ScoMo / Queen jokes


Have You Been Paying Attention? stars shock with VERY rude jokes about Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s comment that made the Queen ‘blush’

Prime Minister Scott Morrison‘s conversation with the Queen took centre stage on Channel 10 comedy show Have You Been Paying Attention? on Monday night.

Quizmaster Tom Gleisner displayed a still image of the pair taken from news footage of their slightly awkward-looking interaction during the PM’s visit to England.

Before playing the vision, Tom asked the panel of comedians how Mr Morrison had made the Queen ‘blush’.

A ‘blushing’ moment: Channel 10’s Have You Been Paying Attention? served up Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his comment to the Queen that made her ‘blush’

‘I think he asked, “Does the carpet match the curtains?”‘ said Kitty Flanagan. 

‘All royal protocols were observed, Kitty, I’m quite sure of it,’ responded Tom, 58, as the other panelists chuckled.

Panellist Alex Ward then buzzed in and correctly answered the question.

'Does the carpet match the curtains?': Panelist and comedian Kitty Flanagan unashamedly gave a bold, but amusing, response when quizzed by host Tom Gleisner

‘Does the carpet match the curtains?’: Panelist and comedian Kitty Flanagan unashamedly gave a bold, but amusing, response when quizzed by host Tom Gleisner

Tom then played the video in full, which showed Scott Morrison telling Her Majesty she was ‘quite the hit’ at the G7 summit.

‘Everyone was talking about you at dinner the next night,’ he continued. 

‘Oh lord, were they really?’ the Queen responded.    

An odd moment: Tom played the video, which had the Prime Minister tell Her Majesty that she was, 'Quite the Hit,' at the G7 summit. The Queen responded saying, 'Oh lord, were they really?'

An odd moment: Tom played the video, which had the Prime Minister tell Her Majesty that she was, ‘Quite the Hit,’ at the G7 summit. The Queen responded saying, ‘Oh lord, were they really?’

‘They were, they were thrilled to see you,’ said Mr Morrison.

The show then cut back to host Tom who then joked: ‘See, when the Queen hears “hit” she thinks of Philip’s driving record.’

Mr Morrison’s meeting with the Queen was the first time Her Majesty had hosted a world leader or visiting dignitary in person, rather than virtually, since March 2020.  

Daring: The show then cut back to host Tom Gleisner who then brazenly, and hilariously, finished with, 'See when the Queen hears 'hit' she thinks of Philip's driving record,' much to the laughter of the panel

Daring: The show then cut back to host Tom Gleisner who then brazenly, and hilariously, finished with, ‘See when the Queen hears ‘hit’ she thinks of Philip’s driving record,’ much to the laughter of the panel

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