Huge Cat Fight Erupts Behind Woman During Live TV Interview
A female reporter from the Philippines has kept her cool during a live TV interview as a massive cat fight erupted behind her.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused journalists from around the world to conduct interviews from home.
While most broadcasts have gone out without a hitch, there have been some that have caught the viewers' eye for all the wrong reasons. Filipino journalist Doris Bigornia had to remain calm as her two cats had an all out brawl behind her on live television.
You can see her constantly look over to the left for whatever reason as the two kitties traded blows. Thankfully, the fight never escalates to the point where Doris has to step in.
After the footage went viral on social media, the reporter reposted the video onto her Twitter page, where she said: "CHILDREN!!!! There is a law in the studio!!!!"
People have been absolutely loving the clip, with some even claiming it's the best TV interview to be conducted at home.
:joy: The cat fight isn't even the most distracting thing about this video...what is all that background noise and what does she keep looking off to the left for? She's not looking at the cats lol- Laura♀️;:island::mount_fuji::sunny:;:dog::dog:;:seedling::tulip: (@Laura_Marie317) May 16, 2020
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I'd give my right arm to see what happened just after this clip was ended. What'd she do? What'd the CATS do? I'm never going to sleep again.......- Katy Penland (@PenlandKW) May 16, 2020
But if we're holding a challenge of best lockdown TV interview, the cat fight will have some serious competition with the golden retriever who just couldn't wait until his owner was done with his weather broadcast.
Fox News 13-Tampa Bay's chief meteorologist Paul Dellegatto was in the middle of his broadcast when Brody hit his head on the device that helped the forecast animations work.
"That wasn't quite smart," Dellegatto said to Brody during the live-broadcast.
The weatherman then asked Brody to jump up on his lap and get the attention he was desperately craving while still giving the forecast. This guy is a professional first and a dog lover second. Maybe they're equal.
Paul hints that the mid-broadcast interruption could be due to Brody wanting to be fed and promised the good doggo he'd get some food after everything was done.
The golden retriever then got distracted and tried to sniff out what the cameraman is up to. All in all, it's possibly the best news update we've had in months.
Featured Image Credit: Doris Bigornia/Twitter
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