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Tony Armstrong reveals he was more worried about screwing up in the AFL than he was on TV

ABC News Breakfast’s newly beloved sports host Tony Armstrong let his personality shine through during a spread in Stellar magazine this week.

Speaking about his move from the field to TV, the 32-year-old AFL star said he’s not that nervous on screen because “we only talk about shit on TV.”

He said in the issue, due to be published on Sunday, that he “didn’t realize the seriousness of what I was doing, but that took the pressure off”.

ABC News Breakfast sports host Tony Armstrong (pictured) let his personality shine through during a spread in Stellar magazine this week.

ABC News Breakfast sports host Tony Armstrong (pictured) let his personality shine through during a spread in Stellar magazine this week.

ABC News Breakfast sports host Tony Armstrong (pictured) let his personality shine through during a spread in Stellar magazine this week.

Tony continued: “When I was exercising I was insecure and I was insecure. I probably didn’t have the confidence in myself to be good enough.

“When you want something so bad and try so hard, you might repel it a little bit. What I’m doing now, I know I’m good enough.

“But I also don’t think too much when something goes wrong. In fact, I lean into it. I love it when things go wrong. Because we don’t save lives. We’re just on TV talking shit.’

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Speaking about his move from the field to TV, the AFL star said he doesn’t feel as nervous on screen because “we only talk about shit on TV.”

He said in the issue, due to be published on Sunday, that he

He said in the issue, due to be published on Sunday, that he

He said in the issue, due to be published on Sunday, that he “didn’t realize the seriousness of what I was doing, but that took the pressure off”.

The interview will be printed alongside a photoshoot by photographer Steven Chee, where Tony is impressively dressed while flaunting his goofy personality.

The footy player shared a sneak peek of his cover shoot on Instagram on Thursday with the caption, “Absolutely sure definitely felt natural in that photoshoot and certainly didn’t mispronounce Hermes.”

It comes after Tony left the set of ABC News Breakfast after a mid-air slip that left him with a possible injury.

The interview will be printed alongside a photoshoot by photographer Steven Chee, where Tony is impressively dressed while flaunting his goofy personality

The interview will be printed alongside a photoshoot by photographer Steven Chee, where Tony is impressively dressed while flaunting his goofy personality

The interview will be printed alongside a photoshoot by photographer Steven Chee, where Tony is impressively dressed while flaunting his goofy personality

The footy player shared a sneak peek of his cover shoot on Instagram on Thursday with the caption,

The footy player shared a sneak peek of his cover shoot on Instagram on Thursday with the caption,

The footy player shared a sneak peek of his cover shoot on Instagram on Thursday with the caption, “Absolutely sure definitely felt natural on that photoshoot and certainly didn’t mispronounce Hermes.”

The former AFL player took part in an unwise segment trying to learn Irish dancing ahead of the Eireborne national tour.

As Tony tussled on set, his colleague Michael Rowland said he “won’t be happy until I see Tony Armstrong do one of those high kicks”.

Tony then did a spectacular high kick in front of the crew before tumbling off the set as the hosts laughed and cheered in amazement as he joked about his hamstring.

It comes after Tony left the set of ABC News Breakfast after a mid-air slip that left him with a possible injury. Tony performed a spectacular high kick in front of the crew before tumbling off the set as the hosts laughed and cheered in amazement. (Pictured alongside the Irish dancers who star in Eireborne)

It comes after Tony left the set of ABC News Breakfast after a mid-air slip that left him with a possible injury. Tony performed a spectacular high kick in front of the crew before tumbling off the set as the hosts laughed and cheered in amazement. (Pictured alongside the Irish dancers who star in Eireborne)

It comes after Tony left the set of ABC News Breakfast after a mid-air slip that left him with a possible injury. Tony performed a spectacular high kick in front of the crew before tumbling off the set as the hosts laughed and cheered in amazement. (Pictured alongside the Irish dancers who star in Eireborne)

Tony cemented his newfound star status when he won the Graham Kennedy Award for Favorite New Talent at this year’s Logie Awards.

Last month he announced he was retiring from football after a seven-year absence from the AFL, having played for Adelaide, Sydney and Collingwood.

The sports star signed with a local Victorian football club, Barwon Heads Seagulls, for the remainder of the 2022 season.

Tony cemented his newfound star status when he won the Graham Kennedy Award for Favorite New Talent at this year's Logie Awards

Tony cemented his newfound star status when he won the Graham Kennedy Award for Favorite New Talent at this year's Logie Awards

Tony cemented his newfound star status when he won the Graham Kennedy Award for Favorite New Talent at this year’s Logie Awards

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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