Grant Denyer reveals how hard it is to miss his TV hosting duties while he recovers from injury

Grant Denyer reveals how hard it is to miss his TV hosting duties while he recovers from injury

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‘It’s like handing your partner over for someone to have a turn with’: Grant Denyer reveals how hard it is to miss his TV and radio hosting gigs while he recovers from a severe back injury

TV presenter Grant Denyer was recently hospitalised with a horror back injury which left him unable to walk or sit down. 

And on Wednesday, the Dancing With The Stars anchor hobbled into his other workplace – 2Day FM, where he co-hosts the Grant, Ed & Ash show – to share details about his ordeal.

Aside from being in intense physical pain and needing injections for relief, Grant said it was very difficult watching DWTS and hearing his radio show without him on them.

'It's like handing your partner over for someone to have a turn with': On Wednesday, Grant Denyer revealed how hard it is to miss his TV and radio hosting gigs while he recovers from a severe back injury which recently saw him hospitalised. Pictured with Dancing With The Stars' Amanda Keller

‘It’s like handing your partner over for someone to have a turn with’: On Wednesday, Grant Denyer revealed how hard it is to miss his TV and radio hosting gigs while he recovers from a severe back injury which recently saw him hospitalised. Pictured with Dancing With The Stars’ Amanda Keller

‘It’s like watching someone else take your wife out on a date. It’s weird,’ Grant told his co-hosts Ed Kavalee and Ash London.

‘It’s like handing your partner over for someone else to have a turn with.’

Grant also revealed he has to sleep with a small pregnancy pillow between his legs and that it could take from six weeks for six months for his severe injury to heal.

Bed ridden! Aside from being in intense physical pain and needing injections for relief, Grant (pictured) said it was very difficult watching DWTS and hearing his radio show without him on them

Bed ridden! Aside from being in intense physical pain and needing injections for relief, Grant (pictured) said it was very difficult watching DWTS and hearing his radio show without him on them 

The radio host also said he cannot bend over or pick anything.

‘There goes your social life,’ quipped Ed. 

Grant stepped away from his duties at 2Day FM and Dancing With The Stars while recovering in hospital after tearing his L1 disc during a DIY renovations accident at home in early March. 

'It's like watching someone else take your wife out on a date. It's weird,' Grant told his 2Day FM co-hosts Ed Kavalee and Ash London. 'It's like handing your partner over for someone else to have a turn with'

‘It’s like watching someone else take your wife out on a date. It’s weird,’ Grant told his 2Day FM co-hosts Ed Kavalee and Ash London. ‘It’s like handing your partner over for someone else to have a turn with’

On Saturday, he revealed on Instagram that his injury was ‘worse than [he] thought’. 

Grant’s home injury comes two years after he was involved in a horrific car crash during the Australian Tarmac Rally Championship in Marysville, Victoria.

The former Sunrise weatherman had previously been hurt behind the wheel in 2008, fracturing his back during a motorsport event.

He was placed in ICU and spent months recovering in hospital after attempting to jump a car over a monster truck.

Health battle: Grant stepped away from his duties at 2Day FM and Dancing With The Stars while recovering in hospital after tearing his L1 disc during a DIY renovations accident at home in early March. Pictured from left: Scout, Chezzi, Sailor and Grant Denyer

Health battle: Grant stepped away from his duties at 2Day FM and Dancing With The Stars while recovering in hospital after tearing his L1 disc during a DIY renovations accident at home in early March. Pictured from left: Scout, Chezzi, Sailor and Grant Denyer

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