1. Australian comedian Fiona O’Loughlin calls Bindi Irwin “a freak”.
Only now, Fiona’s targeting the entire Irwin family.
Let us explain.
Back in 2010, Fiona O’Loughlin called a then 11-year-old Bindi a “freak” on national television. As you do.
But speaking on a recent episode of comedy podcast The Little Dum Dum Club, she says she stands by her comments about the newly-engaged conservationist.
“You abused Bindi Irwin on an old episode of Spicks and Specks,” one of the podcast hosts said in reference to the statements Fiona made on the canned ABC quiz show nine years ago.
During the episode she called Bindi “a bit creepy” and a “freak show,” before adding that she “needed a slap in the face”.
“Did I? Did I abuse her?” Fiona responded, adding, “I said she was a freak, which she is, so kill me.”
“She’s 21 or something now, she can cop it,” one of the podcast hosts chimed in.
The comedian then went on to say that Bindi’s mum, Terri, 56, 15-year-old brother Bob and late father, Steve were all a bit “weird”, suggesting that the Crocodile Hunter himself was on the Autism spectrum.
“Basically I was talking about that family [the Irwins]. You know, it’s weird. Let’s call a spade a spade. Steve Irwin had Asperger’s. You don’t run around the world talking like that without being bonkers. ‘Fun’ bonkers, but bonkers,” she said.