What did she do?! Studio 10 host Sarah Harris reveals her shockingly low Uber rating – as she recalls one bad trip that may have sent her score plummeting
It is one of the most important rankings in the modern-day age.
But on Thursday morning Studio 10 panelist Sarah Harris revealed she has a shockingly low Uber rating.
The presenter confessed to a score of just 4.52 out of five – despite claiming she behaves well when using the ride sharing service.
‘What is good is over 4.7 and once you’re under you start dropping,’ she explained.
‘I’ve been doing research because I cant believe I’m a bad Uber passenger.
‘It’s if you slam a door or if you’re not outside when they arrive or cancel it.’
Her mysteriously low ranking was a far cry from that of her co-hosts Angela Bishop and Joe Hildebrand’s scores – who scored 4.77 and 4.55 respectively.
But as the panel concluded their discussion, Sarah hinted that one Uber ride which may have caused her low rating.
‘It’s unfair on Sarah because she has told me she doesn’t remember ever doing anything bad,’ Joe said.
Only 4.52? On Thursday morning Studio 10 panelist Sarah Harris revealed she has a shockingly low Uber rating
‘There was one time on the way home from Joe’s drinks,’ Sarah, 37, added jokingly before quickly moving onto the next segment.
The journalist’s score is barely over the 4.5 rating that Uber’s Australian and New Zealand general manager Susan Anderson described as ‘average’ in September.
She told Sunrise those with a rating of 4.0 or below could now be taken off the app.
Why so low? Her mysteriously low ranking was a far cry from that of her co-hosts Angela Bishop and Joe Hildebrand’s scores – who scored 4.77 and 4.55 respectively
The bubbly presenter’s embarrassing admission comes after she enlisted the help of a hypnotist to help her crack her Diet Coke addiction.
Sarah brought in emotional intelligence expert Daniel Tolson to help her beat the habit last month.
In an attempt to shake her habit, Daniel got her to associate the fizzy drink with a vomiting episode from when she was 18-years-old and drank too much Bourbon.
The mind control trick appeared to have worked somewhat, as Sarah revealed ‘there wasn’t a a party in my mouth like there used to be’.
Under the spell: Sarah, 37, (left and left on right) enlisted the help of emotional intelligence expert Daniel Tolson (right on right) to help her beat the habit last month