Rebecca Judd, 37, is told she is ‘too OLD for TikTok’ on 3pm Pick-Up

Rebecca Judd, 37, is left OUTRAGED as her radio co-host says she is ‘too OLD for TikTok’ – the Chinese-owned social media app popular with teenagers

Footy WAG Rebecca Judd was rather offended on Monday when her radio co-host Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond suggested she was ‘too old’ for social media app TikTok.

The mother of four, 37, insisted there was nothing wrong with mums dancing with their kids on TikTok, and scolded Monty for suggesting otherwise.

The awkward moment began when Rebecca, who is married to retired AFL star Chris Judd, declared, ‘I think I’m going to join TikTok!’

Monty replied: ‘I definitely actually don’t think you should. I think you’re too old, mate. You know sometimes when you see the mum son there with their kids…’

‘Yeah, and it’s cool!’ Rebecca snapped, to which Monty responded: ‘It’s not…’

‘Who made you the TikTok boss?’ asked Rebecca, before Monty backed down and insisted she was ‘just trying to protect’ her colleague from ridicule.

She added: ‘It’ll be another form of social media that you’re going to have to really massage and be involved [in], and then you’re going to do dances – and I can’t watch you!’

Rebecca offered: ‘You don’t have to just do dances on TikTok. It’s any video, right?’

If she were to join TikTok, the Postcards host would be among the app’s older users, as the platform is mostly populated by teenagers.

The Chinese-owned social media app, which launched in 2016 and is now worth more than $75billion, allows users to live stream and create short videos. 

Most teens use the app to film themselves dancing and lip-syncing to popular songs.

There have been calls for TikTok to be banned in Australia amid fears that the app is leaking users’ information to Beijing.