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Lisa Wilkinson in shock over co-host Tommy Little's comment on air

Lisa Wilkinson could not hide her shock over a comment co-host Tommy Little made on Sunday night’s episode of The Project

Singer Thelma Plum appeared on the show where she discussed having developed ‘dysosmia’ – a disordered sense of smell and taste – after recovering from COVID-19 earlier this year.

After Thelma revealed that everything tastes like ‘garbage’, Tommy quipped that he had a similar condition growing up with his mother’s cooking.

'You can't say that!' The Project's Lisa Wilkinson (pictured), 60, gasped over a comment co-host Tommy Little made to singer Thelma Plum on Sunday's episode

‘You can’t say that!’ The Project’s Lisa Wilkinson (pictured), 60, gasped over a comment co-host Tommy Little made to singer Thelma Plum on Sunday’s episode 








‘I lost my smell and my taste when I had COVID,’ Thelma, 25, said. ‘It came back and I was really happy and now I’ve developed this thing called dysosmia.

‘So everything I smell and taste smells like ammonia and garbage and rancid meats.’

Tommy, 35, responded in a joking manner: ‘I had a similar condition that was called “growing up with my mum’s cooking.”‘

Previous diagnosis: Thelma (pictured) discussed her recovery from COVID-19 on the show

Comedian: Tommy (pictured) joked about how his mother's cooking growing up tasted like garbage

Having a laugh: Thelma (left) revealed how she developed ‘dysosmia’ – where everything tastes like ‘garbage’ when recovering from COVID-19 this year. Tommy (right) remarked in a joking fashion that he had a similar condition growing up with his mother’s cooking

After gasping, Lisa, 60, remarked: ‘You can’t say that!’   

Thelma told Instagram fans in March that she had been diagnosed with COVID-19.

The Better in Blak artist tested positive in Australia after returning home from London. 

Diagnosis: Thelma told Instagram fans in March that she had been diagnosed with COVID-19. The Better in Blak artist tested positive in Australia after returning home from London

Diagnosis: Thelma told Instagram fans in March that she had been diagnosed with COVID-19. The Better in Blak artist tested positive in Australia after returning home from London   

'It's been a wild ride': Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in May, Thelma, who was treated at Royal Brisbane Hospital, said she still finds singing 'really difficult'

‘It’s been a wild ride’: Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in May, Thelma, who was treated at Royal Brisbane Hospital, said she still finds singing ‘really difficult’  

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in May, Thelma, who was treated at Royal Brisbane Hospital, said she still finds singing ‘really difficult’.

‘It’s been a wild ride,’ she revealed at the time, adding that she’s starting to ‘feel like a human being’ again.

‘I couldn’t sing because I couldn’t catch my breath and that lasted to only a couple of weeks ago. I still find it really difficult,’ Thelma explained. 

Recovery: 'I couldn't sing because I couldn't catch my breath and that lasted to only a couple of weeks ago. I still find it really difficult,' she explained

Recovery: ‘I couldn’t sing because I couldn’t catch my breath and that lasted to only a couple of weeks ago. I still find it really difficult,’ she explained 

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