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News Reporter’s ‘Disappearing Act’ From Live Broadcast Has The Internet In Tears Of Laughter

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Journalists often have to think quick and contantly remain on their toes in order to get headline-making news. And Sky News reporter Tamara Cohen is no exception.However, it was thanks to her quick thinking that she became the subject of headlines across the Internet. Cohen was with her news team reporting on Brexit and recording live footage of British Attorney General Geoffrey Cox preparing to leave his car. Unbeknownst to her, though, she was in the frame of the shot when her split-second decision-making would render her a viral sensation.

Disappearing Act

Let’s face it— we’ve all been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Although Cohen was in the right place, she was unfortunately blocking her news team’s pivotal shot at the worst possible moment ever.

As soon as Cox was about to exit his car, Cohen accidentally walked into the shot and completely blocked the view of his vehicle. Upon realizing the flub, she instantly ducked down so quickly that she looked like she fell through a trap door. And the Internet hasn’t stopped laughing since.

Caught On Camera

Cohen’s disappearing act is beyond funny. She could’ve easily just walked off camera, but instead, she took an invisible elevator all the way down to the basement. Thankfully she did because her emergency escape has now gone viral.

Now You See Her, Now You Don’t

Cohen’s crazy escape move has spawned endless GIF’s across the Internet. She will forever be known as the ducking news broadcast.

Social media response has been super relatable. @ReekieGillian joked on Twitter, “That’s the kind of humiliating thing that would happen to me . Ha ha xx.” The Internet has spoken!

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