One reporter had a major “oops!” moment during live!

Reporters on live television are constantly under pressure. When reporters go live, they have one shot to get their lines right and not make any mistakes. Although this is the expected outcome, it doesn’t always work out this way. Reporters sometimes make mistakes, and when they do, to their misfortune, it is not only a mistake that can’t be undone but it is caught on camera for viewers to laugh at and constantly replay for amusement.

Recently, one of these mistakes happened while an anchor was live on TV. This unfortunate but not so uncommon error has occurred to an Australian-American TV news anchor, Savannah Guthrie.

Guthrie is regarded as being highly entertaining and a competent, professional broadcaster. She has a large following of loyal viewers. Prior to a recent incident where she unintentionally used the “s-word,” she hadn’t made many blunders in her career. Unfortunately for her, this was a mistake that had to remain unfixed ever since it had happened.

In the video, Guthrie can be seen looking at her notes before saying, “S–t,” than “sorry, guys.”

In order to detract from the surprising error, the person who was recording the live show immediately turned off her microphone and cut to a commercial. While everything was going on, program watchers started talking about Savannah’s error online. Despite the fact that some individuals were making fun of the circumstance, others were sympathetic to her predicament and found humor in the error.

Even other viewers claimed that they liked her more as a result of her error. The news channel may have covered up the second swear word that the anchor said after the first one, according to several rumors. If this is the case, the station did a fantastic job of concealing the error because two mistakes are unquestionably worse than one.

This was brought up by online commenters, sparking more discussion and condemnation of the TV scandal. Some folks who might not have paid attention to this aspect were now making remarks about how Guthrie had made mistakes twice.

Guthrie made the decision to post a public apology online after the on-air error. She expressed regret on Twitter for using foul language during the show and even made fun of herself by joking that she didn’t realize her microphone was on. As others started to comment and post about her apology, the tide of public opinion started to turn.

“Check, check – is this thing on? Yeah I guess it is. So sorry guys. Thanks for being kind and understanding. And guess it’s good thing I don’t wear a mic all day. #ohdarn,” Guthrie tweeted.