Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

She Had No Idea Why The Crew Was Staring Until It Was Too Late.

One Shot Wonder

One Shot Wonder

Fox News

During a high-speed chase in Arizona, a Fox News chopper followed a suspect as he drove off the freeway and eventually exited the vehicle. Although the feed was live, and in a five-second delay, they were unable to stop viewers from seeing as the suspect pulled out a gun and blew his brains out. But after you see this next image, you'll never look at horse races in the same way ever again.

Peek-A-Boo

Peek-A-Boo

Daily Mirror

British reality stars Katie Salmon and Jessica Hayes attended the Cheltenham Festival in England. But this annual horse racing even became unforgettable, after the two flashed their breasts when the camera panned in their direction. Unfortunately, the incident was caught live, and Salmon and Hayes were banned from attending the festival ever again. Now, this next story will make you bend over with sheer laughter.

Hit And Flip

Hit And Flip

YouTube/Global News

Rob Leth, a Canadian reporter covering an inner tube toboggan race, will never cover snow tube events ever again. It all happened because he got in the way of the racers, so when he was hit, he flipped over and fell on his back. Still, he proved he was a real trooper and finished his story before slouching over in the snow in sheer agony. Have you ever seen a woman throwing a football while wearing a really tight dress?

Kick Your Heels Up

Kick Your Heels Up

Fox News

The host of Kimberly Guilfoyle's show, The Five, was throwing a football around, but Guilfoyle got a little carried away. So, after throwing a ball, she got way too excited and jumped back into her chair. But when lifted her legs and sat down, she unintentionally showed way more than her legs. Fortunately, she wasn't too embarrassed. If you thought that soccer was a manly man's sport, you're in for a real shocker.

Is There In Sports No Beauty

Is There In Sports No Beauty

Televisa

Sadly, soccer has been known as a men's sport, which is why most sports commentators are usually men. But during the 2014 World Cup, Vanessa Hupenkothen, a Mexican TV sports correspondent proved she had the balls. From that moment on, news outlets across the world started deploring the lack of pretty women in their countries covering sports. Now, this next moment may one of the weirdest things you'll stumble across on Live Television.

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