Danika Mason mortified as Andrew Johns spills her ‘major’ injury secret on NRL TV

Channel 9 star Danika Mason was completely stitched up by Andrew Johns with a live TV revelation about her “major injury”.

The popular presenter was horrified when Johns ambushed her and shared photos of her dental emergency last Thursday.

The rugby league immortal grinned like a naughty schoolboy as he deftly diverted post-match discussion from the topic of origins to photos of Mason showing off his chipped front tooth.

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Mason was in stitches when the Newcastle Knights legend pointed out her resemblance to Jim Carey’s iconic Hollywood comedy character Lloyd Christmas Dumb and Dumber.

“It’s not the only injury news. There’s another major injury today,” Johns said from the Eels dressing room after the club’s surprise win over Cronulla.

“We have had Lloyd Christmas since Dumb and Dumber. Can we look at someone’s chipped tooth today?”

The discussion went like this.

You can watch the stitching in the video player above

Danika Mason: This is my tooth.

Andrew Johns: How did you do it?

DM: I open a bag of chips with my mouth, a bag of corn chips.

AJ: Wait, wait, wait. Opening a bag of chips. What happened?

DM: I used my hands and it wouldn’t open, then I used my mouth and my tooth flew off in the car so I had to go to the emergency dentist today.

AJ: The children at home do not listen to Aunt Danika. Use your hands. Don’t be impatient.

DM: Fortunately, I had a good dentist who could see me at 11am.

AJ: Come on, say his name. Get it for free.

DM: I actually have to go back. If anyone has a good dentist, please let me know.

AJ: How about the Channel 9 dentist? We all have those false teeth. You should have seen my teeth before I did that.

Channel 9 presenter James Bracey then entered the show from a studio at the venue, flashing his pearly whites.

Johns couldn’t resist taking another dip.

“The children at home are looking at James Bracey’s teeth. It took ten elephants to die,” Johns said with a laugh.

Bracey replied, “Lloyd Christmas’s long lost sister. This is a good thing.

“Good job with that. I’m glad you’re okay. Good luck with everything they do with it in the future.”

Fortunately for Parramatta, the injury news on the field was mostly positive with star halfback Mitchell Moses hitting the Sharks on his return from injury.

With Moses back in the side, the Eels ran away with a much-needed 34-22 victory.

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