Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok slams ‘disgusting’ children’s video

Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok has called out a children’s show for airing a “disgusting” segment.

The Australian actress, 38, took to Instagram to call out the 123 GO! YouTube show, revealing she plans to get “personally involved” to get an episode removed.

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The episode, called Funniest Lazy People Hacks You Have To Try, shows a girl appearing unhappy with the size of her stomach.

“Oh man, I used to be really in shape,” the narrator says, as footage of the girl enjoying a tube of “barbecue chips” airs.

“Look how tight my abs were,” the girl says looking at an old photo of herself. “They’re not that bad now, are they?”

The camera then pans to her stomach where the girl pinches the flesh between her fingers.

The camera pans to her stomach where the girl pinches the flesh between her fingers. Credit: 123GO!

“Ooh, that extra skin is new,” the narrator says. “Abs are supposed to jiggle right?”

123 GO! – which according to the website “delivers entertaining and positive videos about everything trending right now” – then provides a tongue-in-cheek beauty hack for taping the girl’s stomach.

“Grab the tape behind your back, and stick one end to your love handle. Then stick it tautly to the other side. It’s like a super cheap facelift for your midsection,” the video instructs.

Tammin Sursok. Credit: Instagram/Tammin Sursok

Sursok, a mother of three, slammed the footage.

“I’m so angry. This is a show aimed at young girls,” she told her 1.3 million followers on Sunday.

“I’m going to personally get involved. This should and cannot be allowed to be on the air. Hacks for your love handles to look skinnier aimed at seven-year-olds.”

Sursok declared she was going to find out “more information” in a bid to get the “disgusting” segment removed.

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“It’s a YouTube show that my eight-year-old watches, and her three-year-old sister, and it’s fun hacks for kids,” the actress continued

“I am going to find out more, I am going to figure out how to try to get this episode removed and I’d like your help.”

7Life has reached out to TheSoul Publishing – the producers of 123 GO! for comment.

Sursok declared she was going to find out ‘more information’ in a bid to get the ‘disgusting’ segment removed. Credit: Instagram/Tammin Sursok

Sursok has two daughters Phoenix, eight, and Lennon, three, who she shares with her producer husband Sean McEwen.

The couple moved from Queensland back to the US in March, relocating to Austin, Texas.

The move came after McEwan almost died from COVID in January 2021 – something that left Sursok feeling “very out of control”.

Tammin Sursok and her two daughters. Credit: tamminsursok/Instagram

“It was rough and touch and go. All the hospitals are full and his fever of 103 wouldn’t break for days and it got to a very scary place,” she said on Instagram at the time.

“COVID is real. It’s scary. And I know some people just get a cold, or they feel like they just have a cold or a flu, but some people don’t.

“And my husband is really fit and healthy and all the hospitals are full.”

Tammin, Sean and their two daughters. Credit: tamminsursok/Instagram

The actress gave insight into the scare on their 10th wedding anniversary later in 2021, looking back on the difficult time for the family.

“To dear Sean, on our 10-year wedding anniversary. We almost lost you a year ago. I remember driving down the street and my heart started breaking,” the 38-year-old wrote.

“I don’t remember a memory without you in it. Without loving you, without us laughing or surviving or dreaming or needing each other. My memories are you.”

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