THE PROJECT host Carrie Bickmore has fought back tears, telling viewers: "I have been absolutely gutted" over backlash she received for promoting her beanie appeal on Monday night's show.Bickmore's voice quivered at the start of tonight's show as she dealt with the barrage of criticism she received.But before The Project had gone off air, social media was flooded with posts - some of them scathing - of the fact the promotion clashed with a near identical one being run over on rival network Channel 7.Many thought Bickmore's appeal could have been launched on a different day when it didn't clash with AFL great Neale Daniher's annual Big Freeze at the MCG, where bright blue beanies were sold to support research into motor neuron disease.But despite her microwaving tendencies, Sam has been following a healthy eating plan mapped out specifically for by trainer to the stars, Blake Worrall-Thompson, in preparation for her stint as Bachelorette.In an interview with , the PT revealed that Sam starts her day with two eggs, smoked salmon, spinach and tomatoes.To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.
90-second [rice] you can heat up in the microwave” and “cans, cans, cans, cans, cans”.
For lunch she enjoyed a chicken salad with avocado, kale, cucumber and capsicum, and for dinner she'll much away on some salmon with steamed greens.
The announcement seemed to come as a surprise to her co-hosts, Matt Doran, Peter Helliar and Steve Price, who later presented Bickmore with a bunch of flowers."That was genuine surprise from us because none of us had any idea," Dorman said.
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‘s Carrie Bickmore has shared that her hair colour has been a hot topic for the bookies, with betting agencies creating odds about when she would return to blonde.