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Poor Martin Short. On this morning's Today show, host Kathie Lee Gifford asked the actor how he maintains a happy marriage with his wife -- who died of ovarian cancer in 2010.

Nothing but respect for the way Short handled it, as Gifford forged ahead, clueless.

She apologized via Twitter following the show: "I send my sincerest apologies to Martin Short and his family. He handled situation w/enormous grace and kindness and I'm so grateful."

[tmz]

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If at first you don't succeed in pronouncing the word "hallucinations," try, try, and then just pretend like you never said that word to begin with.

[guyism.]

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I too like to randomly ask myself this very question at least once a day.

[reddit.]

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Bad: Getting caught sleeping on the job. Worse: You're BBC newsreader Simon McCoy. Worst: You're on the air.

[newslite.]

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On-Air Blooper of the Day: So, Super Tuesday, eh? Long night, huh? Doug knows what I'm talking about, right Doug? Doug? Hello Doug. Hi Doug. I guess not.

[guyism.]

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Freudian Slip of the Day: NewsChannel 7 anchorman learns that heartthrob Justin Bieber is officially legal, gets a bit overexcited.

[thanks cw!]

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JET 24 sports reporter Craig Smylie screws up and wants to do another take. That wouldn't be as much of a problem if his segment were being pre-recorded and not, you know, airing live.

[reddit.]

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