Sunrise host Natalie Barr divided fans on social media with her outfit on Monday, with the host rocking a shirt similar to Jerry Seinfeld's infamous puffy shirt that he wore in his show Seinfeld almost 30 years ago. The Sunrise Instagram account shared a comparison photo of Nat and co-host Edwina Bartholomew posing like Jerry and Kramer (Michael Richards) in the episode.
"Nat was channeling her inner Seinfeld with her very own puffy shirt! Who wore it best?" they questioned their followers, with many sharing their thoughts on the shirt.
"Needed a couple more frills Nat," one user joked, while another added, "Not a fan."
"Lol, we LOVE Nat and love her style, but we did think of the 'puffy shirt' straight away," a third said.
"In my opinion - horrible shirt, just saying," a fourth wrote.
"Love this shirt Nat," another said. "You look great."
"Exactly what went through my mind when I saw this this morning," one user said, referencing the comparison.
Others shared that they thought Nat wore the shirt best, with one user writing, "Nat for sure."
Edwina also shared the photo, quoting Seinfeld in her caption, "But I don’t want to be a pirate."
"It’s probably nice but all I think of is Seinfeld," one user commented, while Seven presenter Matt Shirvington added, "Nailed it!"
Many others shared supportive comments, saying Nat looked "beautiful".
Sunrise stars take brutal swipe at Kochie
It comes after Nat and Edwina took a brutal swipe at their co-host David 'Kochie' Koch after he told a terrible 'dad joke'.
The trio were discussing the non-profit Chengdu Research Base in China where giant pandas are bred and studied when Kochie thought of the perfect pun.
Kochie quickly interjected with a pun, saying that it looked like a “panda-monium” with so many pandas.
In a brutal move, both Edwina and Nat looked at Kochie with unimpressed faces and Nat opted to completely ignore his joke.
“We went to Beijing Zoo and it didn’t look as pretty as that did there,” Nat said, in an effort to take the attention off her co-host.
Kochie began to chuckle to himself to try and get his joke noticed by the two women, who told him they had heard what he said but were choosing to ignore him.
“It didn’t go over our heads Kochie, we’ve just heard the panda pun a thousand times,” Edwina declared. She then feigned surprise and pretended to enjoy his joke, saying: Oh panda-monium!”
“Panda… monium,” Kochie said, emphasising his joke with an extra long pause in the middle.
“You are so clever!” Edwina quipped sarcastically.
“No we got it, we just moved on really quickly…do you want us to just fake laugh?” Nat retorted.
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