Viewers of The Project spot unusual detail on the show’s set

Viewers of The Project spot unusual detail on the show’s set

Channel 10’s The Project left some viewers baffled during Monday night’s episode after an eagle-eyed fan spotted a peculiar detail in the panel show’s studio.

Taking to social media, the viewer posted a screen shot of The Project lighting set up as seen from a high angle in the studio ceiling.

It showed a huge panel of lights all aimed at the show’s stars, including hosts Waleed Ally and Sarah Harris.

However, one spotlight appeared to be pointing in the wrong direction – away from the show’s presenters. 

‘Got enough lights on that set?’ one viewer commented sarcastically on the thread, posted to TV industry blog Media Spy.

Channel 10's The Project left some viewers baffled during Monday night's episode after an eagle-eyed fan spotted a peculiar detail in the panel show's studio. Pictured: Host Sarah Harris as seen in an episode earlier this week

Channel 10’s The Project left some viewers baffled during Monday night’s episode after an eagle-eyed fan spotted a peculiar detail in the panel show’s studio. Pictured: Host Sarah Harris as seen in an episode earlier this week

Meanwhile, Sarah Harris had her co-host Waleed Aly blushing earlier this week when she daringly delved into his underwear habits live on air.

Following a segment on impulse buying, Harris, 42, playfully questioned Aly, asking, ‘Waleed, don’t you impulse buy your undies?’

A visibly flustered Aly stammered, ‘Not as a rule.’

‘Are you a boxers sort of guy,’ Harris continued to ask.

Pictured:  A huge panel of lights all aimed at the show's stars, including hosts Waleed Ally and Sarah Harris . However a viewing posting on TV industry blog Media Spy saw that one spotlight appeared to be pointing in the wrong direction - away from the show's presenters

Pictured:  A huge panel of lights all aimed at the show’s stars, including hosts Waleed Ally and Sarah Harris . However a viewing posting on TV industry blog Media Spy saw that one spotlight appeared to be pointing in the wrong direction – away from the show’s presenters

‘Can you not ask questions about my undies, especially after last night,’ he quipped response.

‘You make it sound like I will not buy undies until it’s an impulse buy… but I did recently get to a point where it popped into my head and I was like, “That’s it, I’m doing it. I’m buying undies I don’t want to have to think about it again for another year,”‘ he continued.

On Tuesday night, Harris shared a little too much information with her co-stars, and viewers on The Project.

Channel 10's The Project and its main studio set. (Pictured)

Channel 10’s The Project and its main studio set. (Pictured)

Following a segment on Telstra sacking 2,800 workers in favour of using AI, Kate Langbroek joked that soon robots will be doing everything for humans.

‘You’ll come home and find a female robot in bed with your husband!’ she quipped.

‘I don’t have a husband!’ Sarah replied, with Kate clarifying, ‘You’ll get a robot husband!’

Pictured: The Project's hosts Waleed Aly and Sarah Harris

Pictured: The Project’s hosts Waleed Aly and Sarah Harris

‘I pretty much do,’ Sarah joked back, with a stunned Kate catching on seconds later, crying out, ‘Oh! Oh! Wow’.

‘Well, it’s not a robot, but it is USB powered,’ Sarah ploughed on, seemingly referring to a sex toy.

Laughter and shock erupted among her co-stars, with Waleed Aly piping up, ‘Is that in case we missed it the first time?’

‘I like it that you’re leaving no room for nuance,’ Kate added, followed by stunned silence from her male co-stars.

‘Is anyone going to say anything else?’ Sarah asked, before guest star Nick Cody joked: ‘What are we meant to say? “Good job, Sarah. Congratulations!”‘

‘I just completely ruined that. I’m sorry,’ an embarrassed Sarah added, with Kate replying, ‘I mean, it is good to see you’re embracing tech!’

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