Andy Lee successes 20-year ‘argument’ against Hamish Blake in their TV reunion

Andy Lee successes 20-year ‘argument’ against Hamish Blake in their TV reunion

Andy Lee and Hamish Blake have been companions for more than 20 years, yet there’s a continuous ‘argument’ they’ve had that is rarely been settled.

Hamish will be one of the three panellists showing up on The Hundred with Andy Lee around evening time, denoting a TV get-together between two of Australia’s most clever and most dearest individuals.

In any case, they will require the assistance of The Hundred to make quick work of their conflict.

“We’ve been having this argument for 20 years!” Hamish says in the promo, which you can watch above.

He then, at that point asks The Hundred: “Do you prefer chicken Twisties over cheese?”

We don’t will see the outcomes yet in view of Andy’s triumphant response, cheddar prevails upon chicken.

It seems as though Hamish will likewise get nervy with the 100 individuals Zooming in to make up the details.

When Andy asks, “How many of our Hundred have fallen for an online scam?” Hamish asks The Hundred to “use your keypad to put in your pin number if you’ve been scammed.”

It would make an incredible story to say you’d been defrauded by Hamish Blake.

Andy is presently living in Sydney to shoot The Hundred, which implies he’s isolated from sweetheart Rebecca Harding and their canine Henri for the occasion.

Yet, basically he has Hamish for some socially-removed organization!

The 40-year-old uncovered on Instagram that he’s at long last discovered somebody to fill his ‘singles bubble’.

“After a long and thorough process, with numerous background checks and references read, I finally chose my ‘singles bubble’ buddy!” Andy captioned a photo of him and Hamish enjoying a beer.

Around evening time’s board will likewise incorporate jokester Becky Lucas and Mike Goldstein sharing their musings on Australia’s propensities.

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