Nine news Lizzie Pearl makes very NSFW gaffe on air while reporting on AFL Grand Final

Awkward moment Nine News anchor Lizzie Pearl makes VERY racy gaffe live on air while reporting on salt water crocodile who has ‘predicted’ the result of the AFL Grand Final

Nine News anchor Lizzie Pearl made a very awkward gaffe on air on Friday as she mispronounced ‘croc’ in a segment about the AFL Grand Final.

The broadcaster was speaking over clips from Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium where salt water crocodile Pinjarra was given two pieces of lamb from keepers representing the Sydney Swans and Geelong, with the hope he would grab the meat from the winning team.

But when reading the statement Lizzie accidentally said the ‘750kg c**k only had eyes for the Swannies’.

Nine News anchor Lizzie Pearl (pictured) made a very awkward gaffe on air on Friday as she mispronounced 'croc' in a segment about the AFL Grand Finale

Nine News anchor Lizzie Pearl (pictured) made a very awkward gaffe on air on Friday as she mispronounced ‘croc’ in a segment about the AFL Grand Finale

Realising her mistake and laughing she went on: ‘This is a  good omen for Sydney, lets see if she is right’.

Seeing the funny side, Lizzie later put the clip on Instagram writing: ‘I guess this is what you call a c**k up’

Finals fever has begun as footy fans descended on Melbourne’s Yarra River for this year’s history-making AFL grand final parade – but some angry fans have slammed the switch away from holding the event on the city’s streets.

When reading the statement Lizzie accidentally said the '750kg c**k only had eyes for the Swannies'

When reading the statement Lizzie accidentally said the ‘750kg c**k only had eyes for the Swannies’

Seeing the funny side, Lizzie later put the clip on Instagram writing: 'I guess this is what you call a c**k up'

Seeing the funny side, Lizzie later put the clip on Instagram writing: ‘I guess this is what you call a c**k up’

The staple feature of footy’s biggest week usually moves through Melbourne’s city centre with players on the back of utes, but this year the Sydney Swans and Geelong Cats floated along the waterway affectionately known as the ‘upside-down river’ due to its muddy brown water.

The AFL scrapped the event in 2020 and 2021 when the grand final was played interstate due to Covid-19 lockdowns in Melbourne.

While Geelong will take on the Swans, stars will also be entertained by Robbie Williams who will lead a star-studded half-time show.

The broadcaster was speaking over clips from Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium where salt water crocodile Pinjarra was given two pieces of lamb from keepers representing the Sydney Swans and Geelong, with the hope he would grab the meat from the winning team

Pinjarra is pictured

The broadcaster was speaking over clips from Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium where salt water crocodile Pinjarra was given two pieces of lamb from keepers representing the Sydney Swans and Geelong, with the hope he would grab the meat from the winning team

Joining the British icon will be Australian songstress Delta Goodrem, G Flip, Temper Trap, Goanna, and footy anthem troubadour Mike Brady.

Robbie confirmed the good news of his impending performance in July.

‘I am so excited to be performing for all the fans, on the hallowed turf of the MCG, for the biggest game of the year,’ he said in a statement.

‘I can’t wait to see you all on that last Saturday in September,’ the Let Me Entertain You hitmaker added.

Delta Goodrem (right) was joined by yet another superstar on stage on Thursday as she posed with British pop legend Robbie Williams (left) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Delta Goodrem (right) was joined by yet another superstar on stage on Thursday as she posed with British pop legend Robbie Williams (left) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground

Delta Goodrem (right) and British pop legend Robbie Williams (left) pose at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. They will perform at the AFL grand final 

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