Sunrise reporter debuts her ‘disgusting’ GO THE BLUES tattoo after losing a State Of Origin bet


Sunrise reporter debuts her ‘disgusting’ GO THE BLUES tattoo after losing a State Of Origin bet to New South Wales colleague

Sunrise sports reporter Katie Brown was has been left with a regrettable tattoo after losing a State Of Origin bet to her New South Wales supporter colleague Michelle Bishop over the weekend. 

Brown unveiled her unfortunate inking during Monday’s Sunrise, rolling up her sleeve to show the words ‘Go The Blues’ written in blue ink on her forearm. 

‘I’ve been fake smiling all morning and I will have to continue. But sorry mum and dad! This is a morning of firsts,’ the Queensland Maroons supporter told co-hosts Natalie Barr and Mark Beretta.

‘It’s disgusting, yeah it is so disgusting!’ she laughed, adding: ‘I always told Mum and Dad I wouldn’t get a tattoo, and look, it’s pretty real!’ 

Beretta joked that Brown wouldn’t be allowed back in Queensland with her new tattoo. 

Brown replied: ‘I’m going to have to see a tattoo artist and get that removed this morning, stat. I do fly back [to Queensland] tonight. 

Sunrise reporter Katie Brown (pictured) debuted her 'disgusting' GO THE BLUES tattoo after losing a State Of Origin bet to New South Wales colleague on Monday morning

Sunrise reporter Katie Brown (pictured) debuted her ‘disgusting’ GO THE BLUES tattoo after losing a State Of Origin bet to New South Wales colleague on Monday morning 

She however later hinted that her ‘tattoo’ may not be real.  

‘It was a quick job. Only took a couple of minutes, actually. I was pretty impressed with the stencil. It wasn’t free-hand,’ Brown chuckled, perhaps hinting that her ink is actually a temporary tattoo. 

Brown’s tattoo nightmare has sparked lively discussion on social media, with some critics accusing the blonde of telling porkie pies. 

'I've been fake smiling all morning and I will have to continue. But sorry mum and dad! This is a morning of firsts,' the Queensland Maroons supporter told co-hosts Natalie Barr and Mark Beretta

‘I’ve been fake smiling all morning and I will have to continue. But sorry mum and dad! This is a morning of firsts,’ the Queensland Maroons supporter told co-hosts Natalie Barr and Mark Beretta

Brown's tattoo nightmare has sparked lively discussion on social media, with some critics accusing the blonde of telling porkie pies. Brown (second, right) is pictured with Michelle Bishop (far left) prior to making their bet on Sunday. Also pictured are Channel Seven rugby analysts Shane Webcke (second, left) and Trevor Gillmeister (far right)

Brown’s tattoo nightmare has sparked lively discussion on social media, with some critics accusing the blonde of telling porkie pies. Brown (second, right) is pictured with Michelle Bishop (far left) prior to making their bet on Sunday. Also pictured are Channel Seven rugby analysts Shane Webcke (second, left) and Trevor Gillmeister (far right) 

‘What a load of horse manure. Easy to see that is biro and also if she had that done it would still be covered also redness around it and shiny through Vaseline,’ one viewer Tweeted. 

‘Too bad it’s not real! It’d be a bit more red if it was only a few hours old,’ another agreed. 

Others poked fun at her unwanted ink, with one Tweeting: ‘I’d argue it suits you. Let’s face it, blue is a much better colour than maroon!’

‘Next tattoo surely is a full maroon sleeve to cover it up?’ another fan commented. 

The NSW Blues claimed a 44-12 victory over the Maroons during State Of Origin’s Game Two at Perth’s Optus Stadium on Sunday night. 

The NSW Blues claimed a 44-12 victory over the Maroons during State Of Origin's Game Two at Perth's Optus Stadium on Sunday night. Pictured: New South Wales Blues and Queensland Maroons competing at Optus Stadium, June 26

The NSW Blues claimed a 44-12 victory over the Maroons during State Of Origin’s Game Two at Perth’s Optus Stadium on Sunday night. Pictured: New South Wales Blues and Queensland Maroons competing at Optus Stadium, June 26

  

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