Melissa George, who basically made her French bulldog Glee (note: not made up) take a dump on the feelings of Australia last week when a promotional interview with Seven Morning Show automatons hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies turned sour when conversation steered towards her breakout role as Angel Parrish on Home & Away, continues to be openly hostile to your stupid fucking questions about her breakout role as Angel Parrish on Home & Away.

Last week, the actress, who would later justify her actions by saying “I’d rather be having a croissant in Paris or walking my French bulldog in New York City. I’m not going to be a good Aussie anymore. I’m going to speak out. I’ve just had it. It’s disgusting,” hung up on hapless mX journalist Jane Watkins who missed the no Summer Bay memo and played a quick word association game with the actress which ended with – you guessed it – a reference to her sordid past as Angel on Home & Away. Here’s the transcript…

mX: And what about Alf Stewart’s catchphrase ”ya flamin’ great galah”?
Melissa George: Oh, c’mon. Whatever.
mX: Do you get a lot of Home & Away questions when you’re back in Australia?
Melissa George: Ugh, pass. I think this interview’s done. Thank you. (Phone dial tone.)

Weird. Ugh is the exact same sound that we just made.

For the record, Melissa, this is how you deal with those insufferable/reductive questions about your retrospectively embarrassing breakout television role. We think it’s called grace?

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