She made headlines Thursday after suffering a serious fall and broken shoulder three times on the set of Channel Seven’s golf show Holey Moley.
And as Denise Drysdale, 71, continues her recovery in the hospital, her former colleague Lawrence Mooney decided to share numerous anecdotes about the beloved star on Triple M’s Moonman in the Morning.
During the Monday morning section, the 55-year-old talked about Drysdale’s nickname “Ding Dong” – and revealed the lewd reason she’s been known by those two syllables for so many decades.
Get well soon: Denise Drysdale (pictured) was hospitalized on Thursday after falling. While she was recovering, her former colleague Lawrence Mooney decided to share numerous anecdotes about the beloved star on Triple Ms Moonman in the Morning
“I worked with Denise Drysdale as an unfortunate dude in the kitchen for two years between 1999 and 2000. A great couple of years, ”he began.
Ding Dong came from 1974 when she came to Ernie Sigley’s show as a barrel girl, and it is debated – it is common knowledge – that he named her breasts Ding and Dong. Simpler times. ‚
He added, “He would call her Ding Dong and everyone knew it. It’s like calling your buddy “big t ** ts”. ‚
His co-host, The Block Star Jess Eva, replied, “Or big” hmm “for men.”
“You want to name my testicles, don’t you?” Mooney added.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel 10 for additional comments.
Roh: Ernie Sigley (left) allegedly called Denise’s breasts “Ding and Dong” – and made them her nickname for the next four decades. Pictured during the 1974 show
It appears that Denise didn’t offend the bizarre term and has kept the nickname for the past forty years.
In 2018, Denise spoke about her comedic partner Ernie, now 81, battling Alzheimer’s disease, which was diagnosed in 2016.
“I’ve worked with some terrible comedians who hate when you are perceived as funnier than them. But we didn’t stop laughing with Ernie for almost 40 years, and seeing how he struggles to remember who I am is devastating, “Denise said on Women’s Day.
Last week, Denise was confirmed to have suffered a fall on the set of the new Channel Seven Challenge show, which resulted in her shoulder fracturing in three places.
Storytelling: Lawrence Mooney (pictured) decided to share numerous anecdotes about beloved star Denise in Triple M’s Moonman in the Morning
The Herald Sun believes the injury occurred at 3 a.m. on Friday morning. The publication said: “While filming Holey Moley in Brisbane, Denise Drysdale stumbled on a putting green and suffered a shoulder injury.
“Denise is a national treasure and everyone wishes her a speedy recovery.”
For the challenge that has to be shot in the dark, the TV legend received an electric shock via electrodes if she missed a shot on the putting green.
The injury is not supposed to be the result of an electric shock, instead Denise dances and interacts with the audience on the outdoor set.
Denise is said to stay in the Gold Coast hospital and undergo additional scans.
On Friday, she said from her hospital bed: “Mom fell and broke one of her chicken wings. The hospital takes good care of me. ‚
Denise’s accident stems from a number of health problems in recent years, including knee replacement surgery nearly two years ago and fear of blindness last year.
Health Fears: Denise’s accident stems from a number of health problems in recent years, including knee replacement surgery almost two years ago and a fear of blindness last year
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