She’s still got it! Studio 10’s Kerri-Anne Kennerley shows off her impressive flexibility at 65 as she bends over to touch her toes wearing high heels

By Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:03 EDT, 10 July 2019 | Updated: 00:12 EDT, 10 July 2019

She may be turning 66 this year, but Kerri-Anne Kennerley is determined to prove that age is just a number.

The sprightly TV legend demonstrated her impressive flexibility on Wednesday when she bent over to touch her toes while wearing high heels.

During a segment on Studio 10, Kerri-Anne decided to show off her skills after comedian Merrick Watts boasted that he was agile enough to touch his toes.

‘I’ll show you!’ Studio 10’s Kerri-Anne Kennerley showed off her impressive flexibility at 65 by bending over to touch her toes while wearing high heels 

‘Oh, excuse me. Watch this,’ Kerri-Anne said. ‘In high heels, I can do that. So you try with high heels!’

Merrick happily accepted the challenge, and swapped his boots for a pair of brown stilettos.

But it wasn’t long before the radio host realised he couldn’t complete the challenge. 

Anything you can do, I can do better! During a segment on Studio 10, Kerri-Anne decided to show off her skills after Merrick Watts boasted that he was agile enough to touch his toes 

‘I can’t do it, I can’t even walk, I feel like a baby giraffe!’ he said.

Kerri-Anne was determined to show him up, telling the studio audience: ‘I’ll show you how to do it!’

She then performed the feat with a swiftness and agility that belied her age. 

Wow! Kerri-Anne (left) performed the feat with a swiftness and agility that belied her age 

Kerri-Anne, 65, made her return to daytime television in September last year when she joined the cast of Studio 10.

She first appeared on Channel 10 in 1981 as a co-host on Good Morning Australia. 

After 50 years in the industry, she was inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame in 2017.

Having fun! Merrick tried on a pair of stiletto heels and joked that he was ‘like a baby giraffe’

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