A combo images the live zoom call with Australian TV host.
Gulf Today Report
Australian broadcaster Alice Monfriez fell into an embarrassing and funny situation while trying to prepare for an interview with a guest via the "Zoom" application.
The social media users shared a video clip of the guest's attempts to choose a suitable background for the interview on the Australian "9 News Adelaide" channel but he struggled.
The guest began to choose the wrong backgrounds, before choosing a “filter” that placed a small hat in the form of a piece of moving pizza on his head, the presenter burst into a fit of laughter.
The guest felt embarrassed, but he accepted that the situation was funny, and asked the presenter to call her back, after preparing the correct background to appear with her on the program.
The news channel published the funny video clip, commenting on Twitter: “The virtual world may be a difficult place to explore, as happened with this guest today, while he struggled for several minutes in order to reach the appropriate Zoom background.”
Alice Monfriez commented on the circulating clip, saying that she wished the channel could show the full recording, including some other funny moments.
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