Roxy Jacenko DENIES claims Channel 10 has scrapped her TV pilot

Roxy Jacenko DENIES claims Channel 10 has scrapped her TV pilot - and slams gossip columnist who accused her of 'crying poor' amid the coronavirus pandemic

By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:14 BST, 6 April 2020 | Updated: 00:14 BST, 6 April 2020

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Roxy Jacenko has come out swinging against a gossip columnist who claimed her TV pilot I Am... Roxy! has been scrapped by Channel 10.    

The pilot aired in March last year during Ten's Pilot Week, but the network has since failed to reveal whether the show will return for a full season.  

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Sunday, the PR guru, 39, denied the journalist's claims that Ten has axed her show, explaining: 'No decisions have been made yet on Pilot Week 2019.' 

'No decisions have been made': Roxy Jacenko, 39, has come out swinging against a gossip columnist who claimed her TV pilot I Am... Roxy! has been scrapped by Channel 10

'No decisions have been made': Roxy Jacenko, 39, has come out swinging against a gossip columnist who claimed her TV pilot I Am... Roxy! has been scrapped by Channel 10

I Am... Roxy! was the highest rating pilot in the history of Channel 10's Pilot Week, pulling in 530,000 metro viewers nationwide. 

Touted as 'Australia's answer to Keeping Up with the Kardashians', the program promised to give a fly-on-the-wall look inside Roxy's glamorous and chaotic publicity empire. 

Roxy also slammed the journalist for reporting that she was 'crying poor to media' about the recent downturn of her publicity company Sweaty Betty PR, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.   

Popular: I Am... Roxy! was the highest rating pilot in the history of Channel 10's Pilot Week, pulling in 530,000 metro viewers nationwide

Popular: I Am... Roxy! was the highest rating pilot in the history of Channel 10's Pilot Week, pulling in 530,000 metro viewers nationwide

Last week, Roxy had shared a picture of herself in her home gym to

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