Today host Karl Stefanovic reveals what he HATES about his job

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Karl Stefanovic revealed the thing he hates most about his job during an appearance on The Hundred with Andy Lee on Tuesday.

The 47-year-old veteran Today host was asked ‘what’s the thing you dislike the most about your job’ by host Andy Lee.

Without hesitating, Karl jokingly said he hated his co-host, Allison Langdon, calling her ‘a punish’. 

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‘I don’t really like my co-host. Ally’s a punish,’ he joked.

He then admitted that he isn’t a fan of the early starts, revealing he has to get up for work at around 3.30am.

‘I’m in bed with my daughter, who’s one-and-a-half, at 7.30pm every night,’ he added.

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Andy, 40, then informed Karl that the average bedtime for most Australians is at around 11.14pm.

‘Is it? No wonder we don’t have any viewers. That’s late!’ responded an incredulous Karl.

He also admitted to having fallen asleep at work, calling it ‘very embarrassing’.  

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In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald in November 2019, Karl spoke about his love for the Channel Nine breakfast TV show.

At the time, he labelled it ‘the best live TV job in Australia’, having recently returned to the program after being fired a year earlier.  

‘It’s a big job with enormous pressures and I know only too well some of those pitfalls, but it is also without question the best live TV job in Australia,’ he said. 

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