Karl Stefanovic Issues Apology For Overheard Phone Call

Brunilde Fioravanti
Marzo 18, 2018

Brothers and Channel 9 workmates Karl and Peter Stefanovic have apologised after they were caught complaining about their colleagues on a speakerphone call while in an Uber.

"I did a silly thing and feel bad for any embarrassment I've brought to my colleagues, who I deeply respect". Do something wrong, apologise, and try to move on.

"It is going to be highly embarrassing for both the Stefanovic brothers as of next week when this magazine is on the shelves, because they give serves to not only on air talent including Richard Wilkins and Georgie Gardner but to a number of executives at the Channel Nine Network", Ford said.

"There's nothing quite like having all your insecurities out there for people to see and read", Peter Stefanovic said. "I was angry with myself at first that I could be so stupid", he added.

He admitted that he talks to his younger brother, 36, multiple times a day but usually only to discuss their sporting prowess (or lack thereof).

"Peter and I were guilty of having a spray after a Sunday barbecue".

"We talk a hundred times a day and hardly ever about work", Karl said according to the Sunday Telegraph. "Mainly about bad golf", TODAY Show co-host Karl Stefanovic said.

'And the conversation. we are sorry. And we are sorry.

Karl Stefanovic has apologised for the controversial comments he made about his new co-host Georgie Gardner in an epic rant that was leaked by an uber driver. "She's the best thing to happen to the show in years", Karl said. "That is me running amok and you keeping me in line", she said.

The presenter who recently tied-the-knot to his fiancee Jasmine Yarbrough in a commitment ceremony also joked he would only be "taking cabs" in future.

However, the driver is set to "recall" the conversation to the outlet.

A spokesman for Nine said: "Clearly it was school behaviour between brothers but that's no excuse".

It's understood Pete filed a complaint with Uber over the incident and driver in question.

Exclusively talking to The Daily Telegraph's Confidential, the brothers admitted that rumours surrounding a recorded conversation between the pair in an Uber auto were true.

"The nature of this complaint is unacceptable to Uber and, if valid, would be a clear violation of our Community Guidelines".

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