The Project won’t be hosted by Lisa Wilkinson for at least another month, according to reports

Where the ridiculous damnation are ya? Well in the event that you ask Lisa Wilkinson it isn’t Australia.

The Project host was supposedly set to get back to the work area the previous evening, nonetheless, she has discreetly escaped the country in the midst of the aftermath from her scandalous Logie Awards speech, as per a report in The Australian.

The veteran writer is purportedly in the US and will film a progression of interviews for the Network 10 show.

Wilkinson is set to meet with performers and celebrities from Hollywood and New York prior to taking an episode of leave.

She hasn’t been seen on the TV show since her now scandalous Logies speech which handled her in steaming hot water.

During Australian TV’s night of nights, Wilkinson won the most remarkable news inclusion for her interview with Brittany Higgins in January 2021.

While tolerating her Logie, Wilkinson offered a few remarks which caused the trial of Bruce Lehrmann, the man blamed for assaulting Ms Higgins, to be delayed after overstepping the mark in her speech.

ACT Supreme Court Justice Lucy McCallum said the speech “completely obliterated” the line among charge and culpability of the alleged sexual assault in Parliament House in Canberra on March 22, 2019.

The 62-year-old has copped a pounding since the speech, including from a previous partner.

Ex-meteorologist Tim Bailey, who once worked with Wilkinson, was especially scathing, blaming Wilkinson for having a “big head”.

“Pull ya head in. I realize this may be troublesome, on the grounds that it is an exceptionally big head. In any case, if it’s not too much trouble, attempt,” he composed on Twitter.

Bailey followed it up with another post: “Simply acknowledge ya F-ing little prize and F off! A word of wisdom, is that right?”

Mr Lehrmann’s preliminary was to begin on June 27 yet will currently start on October 4. It is recorded for quite some time.