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Watch the moment top footballers lose it as Broncos legend Gorden Tallis falls asleep live in mid-air just seconds before the show ends: ‘I just woke him up!’
- Gorden Tallis fell asleep in midair seconds before Fox League’s post show ended
- The 49-year-old had to be woken up by Michael Ennis while the show was live
Queensland legend Gorden Tallis fell asleep on the panel moments before FoxLeague’s post-game show called Curtains – featuring the raging bull called out by Michael Ennis in a hilarious mid-air gaffe.
After Rabbitohs dominant 38-12 semifinal win over Cronulla, the FoxLeague post game panel discussed Cameron Murray’s player of the match performance.
FoxLeague panelists Corey Parker, Braith Anasta and Michael Ennis laugh at Gorden Tallis for falling asleep with minutes left on Saturday’s post game show
“The space he creates on the outside, we’ve talked enough about him,” said Michael Ennis.
“He was great…,” he continued and started laughing.
‘Are we alive? I just woke up Gordon!’
Host Braith Anasta and fellow panelist Corey Parker were confused, marveling at the shyness of live television.
“Mate, I’m old boys, I’m almost 50,” Tallis said.
“Can they go to a press conference for their fans earlier, what are they doing?”
Tallis is pictured with partner Jemma Elder on the black carpet at the 2018 Hall of Fame ceremony
Anasta closed the footy show of the finale while Ennis and Parker kept laughing during the outro.
Tallis is signed to FoxLeague as a principal analyst, where he appears on The Late Show with Matty Johns and Queenslanders Only.
The former Maroon skipper is regularly teased by his colleagues on the Matty Johns Show.
Gorden Tallis braces for g-force during crazy jet flight featured on Late Show with Matty Johns
Tallis grabs the ball in a clash against Parramatta in 2003 – he also captained the Maroons in a stellar career
Earlier this year, the formidable second rower was forced into a jet flight for a Top Gun maverick promotion, where he was put on a high g-turn that visibly hurt the legend.
Tallis also works for the Titans as a club ambassador, an unpaid role that assists coaches and players in advising.
The father of three thought of the Broncos roster as ‘soft’ during coach Walter’s bloated fiasco, where Brisbane players felt hurt by the verbal slamming.