The Block’s ‘villain’ Sharon Johal launched an unusual attack on Channel Nine’s rehab show on Friday, revealing her family was traumatized by the ‘unfair’ editing. hers.
The former Neighborhood actress, 34, revealed that she and husband Ankur Dogra were unprepared for their ‘opera-like’ role.
‘It’s really not fair. My family and friends are really disappointed in the edit. They said, “It doesn’t show who you are,” she told SAFM’s Bec, Cosi and Lehmo.
The Block ‘villain’ Sharon Johal (pictured) launched an unusual attack on the Channel Nine rehab show on Friday, revealing her family has been traumatized by the ‘unfair’ editing ‘ hers
The presenter questioned the suggestion that her on-screen roles were incorrect, pointing to times on the show when she was caught speaking ill of her profession.
Sharon insists she is merely ‘letting off steam’ on those occasions and that they are not an accurate reflection of her personality.
“I 100% walk from soap opera to play,” she said, referring to her time filming Neighbors in 2021 before joining The Block.
The former Neighborhood star revealed she and husband Ankur Dogra (left) were unprepared for their ‘opera-like’ edit
Sharon and Ankur faced backlash last month when they were accused of fraud. She responded by deleting her Instagram account.
At the time, the Melbourne couple caused controversy when they used Google to win a $50,000 prize in a brewing challenge.
The pair were later questioned by hosts Scott Cam and Shelley Craft, but Ankur refused to admit any wrongdoing despite the overwhelming amount of evidence against them.
The presenter questioned the suggestion that her on-screen roles were incorrect, pointing to times on the show when she was caught speaking ill of her profession. Sharon insists she’s just ‘cooling off’ on those occasions and they’re not an accurate reflection of her personality
With casting for The Block 2023 now open, the couple recently said that those who would be Blockheads without innovation experience should have a clear direction.
‘I really think it’s very hard to be clear that it’s going to take place there. It’s great to be a trader, but if you’re not a trader it’s hard work,’ Ankur told Daily Mail Australia.
Sharon added: ‘Make sure you have a really good support network behind you and think twice about expanding yourself to the whole of Australia on national television four times a week for three months.’
Sharon and Ankur faced backlash last month when they were accused of fraud
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