Strictly’s Janette Manrara apologizes after embarrassing mistake on live TV

Strictly’s Janette Manrara apologizes after embarrassing mistake on live TV

Strictly Come Dancing star Janette Manrara has apologized after making a mistake on live TV.

The star, who hosts It Takes Two, appeared alongside Gethin Jones and Michelle Ackerley on Thursday’s (June 20) episode of Morning Live, but had a funny moment when financial expert Laura Pomfret began her segment.

As the presenter began, a slight noise could be heard in the background, with Janette’s baby monitor for her daughter Lyra ringing as Gethin chimed in, with the presenter saying: “Wait a minute, wait a minute.” Let’s turn off the baby monitor on Janette’s phone before we continue.

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“Stop trying to hide it. She opened the WhatsApp group,” he added, with an embarrassed Janette adding: “Oh my God, I’m so sorry. She (her daughter, Lyra) is fine, everything is fine.

The clip was uploaded to Morning Live’s Instagram account, with the caption: “When live TV doesn’t always go as planned!!! #LiveTV #MumGoals. The video also included another message, which read: “When you try to help people with their overdrafts but babies call you. »

Janette, who welcomed baby Lyra with husband Aljaž Škorjanec in July, also added a comment to the video, replying: “Oh my god! All my excuses. I always love having him by my side, even at work. And yes, she is fine.

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Several followers and fans also commented on the gaffe, with one writing: “Now that’s what being a mom!!! Don’t be embarrassed, you are doing a great job!! Xx” A second fan also voiced their opinion, writing: “Keeping it real as a mom! It is reality! Love it.”

“That’s why I watch the show!” We feel like family, real people, so cute real concerns. Xx,” another fan added, with a fourth remarking: “Brilliant, beautifully human and part of why we all love Morning Live.” »

Strictly Come Dance will return later this year on BBC One, while the spin-off Strictly: it takes two is broadcast weeknights on BBC Two. Both shows are available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

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