Newsreader's hilarious reaction to being caught 'daydreaming' on-air
Adding fuel to the fire has been the ABC's reaction; reportedly banning her from on-air roles.
The quick save did not stop bemused viewers going to town, though.
Natasha Exelby had her embarrassing moment live on TV which is now viral on the internet. "Details of individuals' shifts are confidential to them and not something the ABC publicly comments on", the spokesman said. Contributors work out their appearances with managers on a per needs basis.
However, she did not let the lag affect her presentation skills.
"I watched that live was the funniest thing I have ever seen!" said Christopher Robin.
For whatever reason, she made a mistake.
Lexington Realty Trust (LXP) Earning Positive News Coverage, Report Shows
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United Kingdom makes up absurd pretext to cancel Johnson visit: Russian Federation
Johnson's made contradictory and harsh statements about Russian Federation even before the U.S. attack on Syria. Rouhani made the comments while speaking at an economic and agricultural conference in Tehran.
US regulators let company test consumers for health risks
In addition, this may nudge them to make key changes in their lifestyle choices to minimize the incidence of these diseases. The GHR tests work by isolating DNA from a sample of saliva, which is then tested for more than 500,000 genetic variants.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was among the other vocal opposers to the decision to bone Exelby, tweeting his disbelief.
"We've all had stuff ups on air".
I have screwed up on camera more times than I can even count.
She stared at her pen for several seconds before gasping, jumping in surprise and introducing the sport section of the broadcast. "This seems harsh from the ABC".
She did, however, take to Twitter to thank followers for their support - which has been flooding in since the incident. This is probably one of the reasons so many people (including me) think so highly of 7 News presenter Susannah Carr - she is the ultimate professional. "I also have to take some responsibility here". Like a true professional she presents the segment with no hint of what just happened. I screw up so often during test shoots that it's a miracle we can cobble something together for a complete video.
Ski-park operator Intrawest to go private in $944 million deal
A ski resort company that stretches from Canada's Quebec to the US state of Colorado has been acquired by the Aspen Skiing Co. Under the terms, Intrawest will be bought by a newly formed entity controlled by affiliates of Aspen Skiing and KSL Capital.
Ski industry sees another big consolidation with Aspen deal
Aspen Skiing has long resisted consolidation with larger owners, focusing on its smaller size and mix of ultra-wealthy out-of-town visitors and ski-savvy locals.
Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest ever UN Messenger of Peace
Malala came to prominence when a Taliban attacker shot her in the head in 2012 as she was leaving school in Swat. Many are forced to marry early or must work or care for younger siblings, denying them their right to education.
Internet privacy repeal headed to Oval Office
Republicans and industry groups have blasted that discrepancy, saying it was unfair and confusing for consumers. But with the regulations made invalid, internet service providers can sell the information-unless you opt out.
Trump spoke by phone with Saudi King Salman
In contrast, Iran, an ally of Assad in the conflict, said it strongly condemned the missile strikes against the Shayrat air base. The Sunni rulers of Saudi Arabia are in a power struggle for regional dominance with Iran's Shiite government.
Attack on Syria could suck U.S. into Middle East quagmire: Sanders
The U.S. attack comes after reports earlier in the week of chemical weapons being used against civilians in Khan Shaykhun, Syria. His remarks followed differing views on Syria from top Trump administration insiders the same day.
5.7 quake rocks Philippines
However, Phivolcs said the origin of the natural disaster is also near the local fault along Mabini, Batangas . The tremors were widely felt because the earthquakes were too shallow - just between 24 and 27 km deep.
April the giraffe's baby is "kicking, but not coming out!"
The Chester Zoo went live with their giraffe's birth. but only watch if you've got a strong stomach. However, with human intervention, giraffes can live to 20 to 27 years old.
Reco Scott missing after falling overboard on cruise
Officials said other passengers saw Reco Scott, 32, jump off a balcony at 5 a.m. Friday as the ship was cruising from Florida to Nassau in the Bahamas.
Apple's Clips app now available on app store for free
Perhaps once you take the time to learn how Apple Clips works, then learn all the limitations, you can start making good videos. But on a technical aspect, the app does come with other features that are not as straight forward as the mentioned two.
Apr 09 2017