BBC News blunder as cameras cut to host – and they have NO idea they're being filmed | The Sun

BBC NEWS was thrown into chaos as cameras accidentally cut to the presenter who had no idea they were still on air.

Anchor Lukwesa Burak had just finished her segment and the show was supposed to cut to a bagpiper but it awkwardly jumped back to her in the studio. 

Lukwesa Burak was grabbing a quick break between news pieces and thought she would grab the chance to have a sneaky stretch. 

However, live TV is a fickle beast and it unfortunately snapped back to her in the BBC offices while she was mid-bend, arms above her head.

Her face was a picture of horror as she realised what had happened and awkwardly attempted to style it out but could be seen nervously smiling as she kept her head down.

Viewers of the show rushed to Twitter to show their support, calling her a "queen" for managing to contain the giggles.


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One person wrote after watching the clip: "Well played that lady."

"Never seen her before and I love her already. Opt out fail queen," added another impressed viewer.

"Well done! Excellent work trying to hold down the giggles," commented someone else.

While another viewer called for Lukwesa to receive royal recognition, writing: "Knight this presenter… or, yknow, something with gravitas. Deserves all the nice things! Love this clip."

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