Newsreader's hilarious reaction to being caught 'daydreaming' on-air

Newsreader's hilarious reaction to being caught 'daydreaming' on-air

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.

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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.

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