Rose Matafeo Drunkenly Wrote Starstruck on a Long-Haul Flight

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Published on April 1, 2022

Rose Matafeo talks about drunkenly writing Starstruck on a plane, getting lost in New York City’s Macy’s and giving advice to children.

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14 comments

  • willnzsurf 2 years ago

    Chur.

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  • tanyaldutton 2 years ago

    Love her and her Kiwi humour, love the show!

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  • lashier13 2 years ago

    Interesting. We always called that game “Edward Fortyhands.”

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  • mrsoup123 2 years ago

    Rose is the best

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  • gbskbe 2 years ago

    I’m telling you, whoever is in charge of booking guests is on a taskmaster binge

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  • cricket cricket 2 years ago

    Sticky TV was one of the first shows i ever watched as a kid. Low budget local kiwi show. So bizarre to see it referenced here

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  • oksamuel 2 years ago

    I am surprised that no one mentioned Edward 40-hands, which is like scrumpy-hands with 40oz malt liquors. Was this just me and my friends in Iowa?

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  • Peter Obach 2 years ago

    Edward Forty Hands (tapes two forty ounce bottle beer in each hand)

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  • Mockbeggar 2 years ago

    The first time I ever saw Rose was on that Bill Hader YT vid! Immediately knew she was a star

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  • Seetha Golden 2 years ago

    She looks like Rachel Dolezal.

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  • Mo Grey 2 years ago

    Yay Rose!!!!

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  • crimps321 2 years ago

    She is delightful and so is the show!

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  • Andrew J. Moll 2 years ago

    Edward 40 hands

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  • Steve Smart 2 years ago

    This is 100% not a correction, or a dig at Rose, the beautiful interviewee, just a point to non New Zealand speakers that Sticky is pronounced Stucky in New Zealand. So if you hear young NZ actors saying that were on Stucky TV… You’ll know it’s ‘Sticky’. Again not a correction, just a linguistic clarification.

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