Watch Video: BBC News Anchor Makes A Mistake On Live TV And The Internet Just Cannot Stop Laughing- Watch In Vedio.

Watch Video: BBC News Anchor Makes A Mistake On Live TV And The Internet Just Cannot Stop Laughing- Watch In Vedio.

A hilarious blunder by the anchor of the BBC has gone viral on social media. The awkward moment played out on Thursday when a segment was cut short and the presenter didn’t realise that she was still live on air. Anchor Lukwesa Burak, while hosting a lunchtime segment, decided to stretch a bit while the pre-recorded segment played, but the feed cut straight back to her.

 

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The now-viral video was shared on Twitter by a page called Brexit Shambles. In the clip, Lukwesa can be seen finishing a segment and introducing another before the cameras cut. “And that was Bethany Bell in Belgrade there. Around the world and across the UK, this is BBC News,” she said on TV. The clip has been viewed 2 million times and received more than 7,000 likes.

 

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The bulletin then cut to a pre-recorded segment where musicians were playing bagpipes. However, while Lukwesa was stretching and said “okay” under her breath, the cameras cut back to her in the studio. Yes, you read that right. She was obviously taken aback for a second and dropped her arms while looking at the camera in shock.

 

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The BBC host was seen stretching her arms over her head and muttering to herself “Okay!”

 

 

When she realised the spotlight is back on her, the anchor’s eyes widened in shock.

 

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She immediately dropped her arms and turned her head down to the notes on her desk. The anchor was seen sitting in silence, staring down at her desk, for several seconds.

 

 

The blunder did not go unnoticed, but Twitter users backed the anchor.

 

 

“Don’t see what the problem is. I thought it was a bit of light relief from the normally stuffy presenters,” said one user. “It’s a mistake! Everyone makes them- be kind,” tweeted another.

 

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“Bit like celebrating a goal and then VAR steps in,” a third user said

“So this just happened on BBC News,” read the caption of the post.

Watch the viral video here:

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