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He fears comedian Sam Pang’s 2024 Logies guest gig will be ‘career-ending’: ‘I feel really bad about it’


Radio star Mick Molloy issued a surprise warning to Sam Pang on Thursday to reconsider hosting the upcoming Logies, telling him the gig could end his career.

Pang, 50, appeared on Triple M’s Mick and MG breakfast show and told the hosts he would be reprising his hosting gig next month, despite controversy last year over his ‘take no prisoners’ humour.

Sam told Mick, 58, that he would take the same approach at this year’s ceremony: ‘It’s rinse and repeat, I’m not going to lie, I think we got away with it last year so we’re going to do it again. .’

This prompted Molloy to warn: “I can say I have a really bad feeling about it. «Career-ending» is the phrase I would use.»

Sam thanked Mick for his advice and remembered a similar warning Molloy had given him last year.

“You told me I just got over it, that I didn’t even come on stage at the end. Everyone was asking «where’s Sam?» he said.

The Melbourne-born star added that she would still go ahead with the gig and thanked Molloy for his advice.

Last year, Pang was hailed as one of the best Logies hosts of all time following his debut at the awards on July 30.

Radio star Mick Molloy (left) issued a shock warning to Sam Pang (right) on Thursday to reconsider hosting the upcoming Logies, telling him the gig could end his career.

His bombastic gags during the Logies included such high-profile targets as Channel Nine’s Karl Stefanovic and former Sunrise presenter David Koch.

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Channel Seven’s telecast of the Logies was a ratings hit for the network, attracting an impressive 877,000 viewers.

And fans credit Sam with the show’s success, with many tuning in to the Logies for the first time just to see him host the show.

Pang, 50, appeared on Triple M's Mick and MG breakfast show and told the hosts he would be reprising his hosting gig, despite controversy last year over his take-no-prisoners humour.  (Pictured at the 2023 Logies)

Pang, 50, appeared on Triple M’s Mick and MG breakfast show and told the hosts he would be reprising his hosting gig, despite controversy last year over his take-no-prisoners humour. (Pictured at the 2023 Logies)

He was a huge hit with viewers thanks to his fiery gags, which took aim at everything from gross-out reality TV to the scandalous private lives of celebrities.

Sam’s opening monologue included a dig at Married at First Sight, saying the controversial reality show was «a clear sign that we’re not going to make it a species.»

He also joked about the lack of diversity on commercial TV, saying: ‘I’m the first host in the history of the Logies to be half and half – half Channel Seven, half Channel Ten.’

The 2024 Logies will be hosted by The Star in Sydney on Sunday 18 August.

The Melbourne-born star added that she would still go ahead with the gig and thanked Molloy for his advice

The Melbourne-born star added that she would still go ahead with the gig and thanked Molloy for his advice



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