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12 April 2017, 03:21 | Nina Hammond
ABC newsreader, Natasha Exelby, was caught out not paying attention LIVE on air and her reaction is "priceless". "She has been rostered for various shifts and has been assured since yesterday that we want that to continue".
Startled by the unfortunate faux pas, the newsreader couldn't contain her shock as she opened her eyes wide and let out a huge gasp. A petition even appeared on Change.org, calling for ABC to reinstate Exelby, gaining almost 5,000 signatures.
While Exelby told News Corp: "It would be inappropriate for me to comment".
"While she is not now doing any on-air shifts, this will be subject to normal performance management", he said.
Tracey Spicer, meanwhile, said she has fainted twice on television and once said "f--" live on-air.
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As for Exelby, she took to Twitter to thank all her fellow journalists for the support. Not my finest hour, ' she wrote. "So whether there's any follow-up there, I reckon you'll find she'll be reinstated", she added. In the video, Natasha is waiting for a prerecorded segment to finish but forgot that she was back on camera. "Myself and my mesmerizing pen honorably salute you!"
A news report had just finished when the bulletin cut back to show Exelby inside the public broadcaster's Sydney studio not looking at the camera.
Natasha Exelby's stunning news blooper on the ABC, after apparently being hypnotised by a pen during a sports news package, has now gone more than viral.
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