Glenn McGrath and TV presenter
Channel 7 fired TV reporter after distasteful remarks on Glenn McGrath

The 3rd and final Test between Australia and South Africa commenced on January 4th at the SCG. The Aussies are 2-0 up in the home series and looking comfortable in this game.

The players and Cricket Australia are promoting Glenn McGrath’s McGrath Foundation, founded in 2005, to raise money to better breast cancer facilities in Australia.

Meanwhile, recently McGrath hogged headlines after one of the anchors was fired for recreating a failed TikTok trend on Glenn, where she joked about McGrath’s death.

Mylee Hogan, a presenter at Channel 7’s Sunrise, failed while following a recent TikTok trend where teenagers prank their parents by saying that their famous celebrity has dead to see their reaction.

Recently, Hogan followed the same trend on air, where her co-host Mark Beretta was talking about a thing, and Hogan interrupted to say that ‘Glenn McGrath died.’

Her comments witnessed shocking reactions from her co-host, as there were no laughs in the room, and Hogan got heavily criticised for her distasteful remarks.

“I don’t get that at all. That is so not funny. It is crazy,” her co-host added.

McGrath is Australia’s 2nd leading wicket-taker across all formats, and a below-the-belt remark on him was bound to attract repercussions.

As a result of her comments, Hogan got demoted to a field reporter just 12 days after becoming the show’s host.

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