Larry Emdur makes a brutal joke about Sam Frost as it’s revealed her Home and Away character could DIE following a taco truck explosion
Her character Jasmine Delaney’s life has been left in the balance on Home and Away, after she was involved in a potentially fatal taco truck explosion.
And as Sam Frost appeared on The Morning Show on Wednesday to discuss Jasmine’s fate, host Larry Emdur couldn’t help but make a rather insensitive joke as he asked the actress, 32, if her days on the Channel Seven soap were numbered.
‘You look happy for someone whose career is coming to a crashing halt!’ the 56-year-old asked the former Bachelorette, who smiled politely in response.
Leaving the bay? Sam Frost appeared on The Morning Show on Wednesday to discuss Jasmine’s fate, host Larry Emdur couldn’t help but make a cheeky comment to the actress as he grilled her on whether she would be leaving the soap for good
‘Things aren’t going so good… they’re not looking so good for Jasmine right now,’ Larry continued.
Keeping coy, Sam replied: ‘No, she got blown up by a taco truck and it doesn’t usually end up ending so well, so now she is in hospital. Who knows what is going to happen in the Bay?’
Larry, who was joined by guest co-host Sally Bowrey, then asked if Jasmine had been able to eat a taco before the explosion.
‘Yes. She was trying to order burrito, and the whole thing blew up,’ Sam said.
‘You look happy for someone whose career is coming to a crashing halt!’ Larry (pictured) asked former Bachelorette star Sam, 32, who gave a brief smile in response
She went on to say that while the future of her character hangs in the balance, she’s still happy to be filming such action-packed scenes in Summer Bay.
‘We love it, we absolutely love it,’ she gushed. ‘It’s always exciting.
‘You never know what is going to happen in the Bay, that’s why it is the best job in the world.
Will she make it? Sam’s character appeared to be fine after the explosion, but quickly collapsed on the floor and was taken to hospital for an urgent blood transfusion in scenes aired on Tuesday. Pictured: Sam in her make-up on set
‘When you are flicking through [the script] and you realise you’re in one of the big events, it’s exciting. You just have to embrace the chaos.’
Sam’s character initially seemed to be okay after the explosion, but then collapsed on the ground and was taken to hospital for an urgent blood transfusion, in scenes that aired on Tuesday.
Her fate will be revealed in upcoming episodes of Home and Away, which continues Wednesday at 7pm on Seven.
Coming soon: Sam’s character’s fate will be revealed in upcoming episodes of Home and Away, which continues on Wednesday at 7pm on Seven