She Had No Idea Why The Crew Was Staring Until It Was Too Late.
What Are you Gawking At?
The downside to Live TV is that there's no pause button, no do overs, and no video editing. This means anything can happen when you're on the air. Fortunately, these little mishaps wind up being used as bloopers. But other times, the unpredictable nature of Live TV can have tragic consequences. So here are some crazy live moments that viewers can never forget.
Primer Impacto host Jackie Guerrido, of the Univision network, was wearing a white knit mini dress. But this wasn't a surprise to anyone as her style often involved revealing outfits. Unfortunately, this dress made it seem like she was wearing no bra or undies underneath. Obviously, this concerned many of the viewers. Now, do you think you can get high at work and get away with it? The truth will totally shock you.
Live And High
Quentin Somerville, a BBC Middle East Correspondent, was covering a story on a drug-burning operation, but something unusual occurred. As he and his cameraman started inhaling the fumes, they began to giggle and mess up their lines, as they accidentally got high. It got so bad that Somerville couldn't finish reporting the story. However, if you live in Virginia, you might be familiar with this horrible live moment as it unfolded.
Killed In The Line Of Duty
Alison Parker and her cameraman Adam Ward were conducting a live interview in Bridgewater Plaza, Virginia, on August 26, 2015. That's when a man walked up to them with a gun and started shooting. The broadcast was immediately rerouted to the studio, while confused anchors tried to make sense of what happened. Sadly, Parker and Ward were killed at the scene. You might have been too young when this happened, but TV viewers were shocked by this next event.
In 1987, two television stations were hacked by an intruder, who somehow replaced regular programming with a recording of a guy wearing a Max Headroom mask and making fun of mainstream TV. While the prank was certainly harmless, it was annoying. But to this day, the hacker responsible for this was never found. Now, do you watch Fox News? If you do, then this ridiculous conversation is bound to leave you totally surprised.
Dieting On Welfare
If there's one thing Fox News can't go without is ticking someone off with their opinions and points of view. To that end, news anchor Andrea Tantaros suggested that living on food stamps would make a great new diet, while talking about welfare. She told her co-host, "I should try it because do you know how fabulous I'd look?" However, if you saw what's next, you'd swear you were watching an action flick.
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