Grant Denyer and Ben Fordham kiss on live TV, ‘for charity’

Grant Denyer and Ben Fordham Australia Unites

Grant Denyer and Ben Fordham made headlines last night after locking lips on live television. 

The pair were part of the live flood relief coverage raising money for flood victims on Channels 7, 9 & 10.

However a call from a “major Australian corporation” changed everything.

Grant Denyer and Ben Fordham ‘make out,’ again

Amanda Keller and Natalia Barr joined Grant Denyer and Ben Fordham as hosts of the Australia Unites flood appeal on Saturday.

The hosts were joined by the likes of  Guy Sebastian, Vanessa Amorosi, Jimmy Barnes and Tones And I to raise money for victims of the recent floods.

By the end of the evening over 25 million dollars had been raised.

However $50 thousand of that came from a usual source.

During the program TV host, Grant Denyer piped in with an unusual announcement.

“We also just had a pledge come in earlier from another major Australian corporation that said they will donate $50,000 if I pash Fordo” Denyer giggled.

It didn’t take long for Denyer and Fordham to get into it.

The two straight men then locked lips as they “pashed” before falling to the floor of the studio in hysterics.

Surprisingly the moment didn’t cause too much of a stir, audiences on Twitter were lapping it up.

Fordham took to Twitter to thank Denyer afterwards.

However, this was not the first on-air pash for the duo.

In 2019 the then radio hosts had a moment in the studio where they both locked lips.

Whilst Grant Denyer’s wife cheered on in the background he and Fordham engaged in a kiss live on air.

Perhaps last night’s sponsors didn’t have to aim so high?


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Michael James
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