The Morning Show host Matt Doran shocks with a VERY rude Freudian slip live on air

The Morning Show host Matt Doran shocks with a VERY rude Freudian slip live on air – leaving his co-star Sally Bowrey in hysterics

Matt Doran suffered an awkward slip-up live on The Morning Show on Thursday.

The 38-year-old was introducing a segment about lamingtons for National Lamington Day when he made the gaffe, leaving his co-host Sally Bowrey in hysterics.

Doran meant to say a lamington is ‘choc coconut goodness,’ but he got tongue tied and blurted out: ‘Welcome back, well, with soft sponge and choc c**k… no.’

Matt Doran (left) suffered an awkward slip-up live on The Morning Show on Thursday, leaving his co-host Sally Bowrey (right) in hysterics

Matt Doran (left) suffered an awkward slip-up live on The Morning Show on Thursday, leaving his co-host Sally Bowrey (right) in hysterics

Doran was immediately left red-faced as Bowrey started laughing. 

‘Let’s just rewind to the top of that and start again,’ he said. 

‘What does that taste like?’ Sally joked.

Getting the segment back on track, Doran tried again: ‘Welcome back to The Morning Show!

‘With soft sponge and choc-coconut goodness, lamingtons are an iconic national treasure that all Aussies love.’ 

Matt meant to say a lamington is 'choc coconut goodness,' but he got tongue tied and blurted out: 'Welcome back, well, with soft sponge and choc c**k... no'

Matt meant to say a lamington is ‘choc coconut goodness,’ but he got tongue tied and blurted out: ‘Welcome back, well, with soft sponge and choc c**k… no’ 

Doran spoke to 7Entertainment about the blunder, saying ‘choc-coconut’ is a hard phrase to say.

‘You try saying “choc coconut” three times through and see how you go,’ he said. 

Doran is known for his car-crash interview with British singer Adele, which took place late last year.

The Channel Seven reporter had flown to London to interview the chart-topping singer for the network – but shockingly admitted during the chat he hadn’t actually listened to her new album, 30.

Doran is known for his car-crash interview with British singer Adele (pictured), which took place late last year. The Channel Seven reporter had flown to London to interview the singer, 34, but shockingly admitted during the chat he hadn't actually listened to her new album

Doran is known for his car-crash interview with British singer Adele (pictured), which took place late last year. The Channel Seven reporter had flown to London to interview the singer, 34, but shockingly admitted during the chat he hadn’t actually listened to her new album

An ‘offended’ Adele was then said to have walked out of the interview, which Doran denied.

The network allegedly spent $1million on the ill-fated interview, plus her sit-down with Oprah Winfrey and footage from her One Night Only concert.

Doran, appearing completely devastated, issued a grovelling apology to Adele on Weekend Sunrise in late November and blamed the saga on a ‘missed email’, before admitting the interview was meant to be ‘one of the highlights’ of his career.

In December last year, he tied the knot with his partner Kendall Bora in a surprise wedding ceremony in Berowra Waters, on the Hawkesbury River.

In December last year, Doran tied the knot with his partner Kendall Bora in a surprise wedding ceremony in Berowra Waters, on the Hawkesbury River

In December last year, Doran tied the knot with his partner Kendall Bora in a surprise wedding ceremony in Berowra Waters, on the Hawkesbury River 

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