It’s not the first time! New footage of Molly Meldrum mooning on stage emerges after he exposed his bare buttocks at Elton John’s farewell gig
In footage obtained by news.com.au, the television legend, 79, stood up from a chair on stage and pulled down his pants.
He then turned around to the crowd and revealed his bare behind before slapping his buttocks.
A video of Molly Meldrum mooning the crowd at last year’s ChillOut Festival has emerged, just days after he exposed his bare buttocks at Elton John ‘s farewell concert in Melbourne
The legendary Australian music critic was watching his old friend Sir Elton in the crowd at AAMI Park for his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, before he was brought up on stage.
Speaking about the Countdown Compere, the I’m Still Standing hitmaker said: ‘He’s quite honestly a national treasure.’
In the footage, the television legend stood up from a chair onstage and pulled down his pants. He then turned around to the crowd and revealed his bare behind before slapping his buttocks
‘I want to thank him for all the love and loyalty he’s shown me over the years. I love you’.
Meldrum then joined Elton on stage for a performance of The B**** Is Back, where he exposed his bare buttocks to the crowd.
He has since insisted he didn’t intentionally drop his pants to moon the crowd and blamed a faulty belt buckle.
The incident occurred 10 months before Meldrum exposed his bare buttocks to the crowd at Elton John ‘s farewell gig in Melbourne on Friday
‘Some people thought it was part of the show. It wasn’t. Elton had no idea I was going to jump on stage, nor did the promoter, Michael Chugg, who’s also a dear friend of mine,’ he told the Herald Sun.
‘I shouldn’t have crashed Elton’s show. As for my performance being more revealing than it should have been… well, at the start of the night, my belt buckle broke and my pants were already falling down. And on stage, one thing led to another.’
‘I just hope my antics didn’t detract from a truly spectacular show and Elton’s fabulous farewell. No one is to blame apart from me.’
The legendary Australian music critic was watching his old friend Sir Elton in the crowd at AAMI Park for his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, before he was brought up on stage