BBC Breakfast: Jayne apologies after realising she’s live on air
BBC Breakfast star Sally Nugent had to remind her co-star she was live on air on Monday as the reporter issued an apology.
As the BBC show dedicated much of its coverage to the Lionesses making the final of the Woman’s World Cup, Sally passed over to Jayne McCubbin, who joined a group of future football hopefuls.
“Let’s stay with the Lionesses because three of the stars of our World Cup team – Ella Toone, Kiera Walsh and Georgia Stanway – all came through the ranks at Blackburn,” Jon Kay stated.
“Jayne McCubbin is there for us this morning with the next generation of players, morning Jayne!” Sally announced.
As the camera cut to Jayne, it was clear she had no idea she was on camera as she chatted with the group of aspiring young footballers.
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Jayne had been asking the youngsters about their teams as Sallya and Jon awkwardly watched on.
She then appeared on camera and stood silently as Sally repeated: “Morning, Jayne!”
“Oh!” Jayne replied, taken by surprise. “Good morning to you… are we live on television?”
“You are!” Sally replied as Jon added: “You’re on!”
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“I’m so sorry!” Jayne gasped, to which Jon replied: “No, you’re lucky as well!”
“Good morning everybody, good morning from everyone here at Blackburn Rovers’ training academy, good morning, kids!” Jayne stated.
The young girls yelled: “Good morning!” to the cameras.
“Right, I’ve got one question for you guys, how did you feel at the final whistle yesterday in the match?” Jayne asked the crowd.
“Amazing they played really well,” one of the young fans replied.
“Pride, that’s what you feel isn’t it?” Jayne responded, adding: “Second in the world is brilliant isn’t it?”
The Lionesses made it all the way to the final of the World Cup but sadly the dream ended on Sunday as they lost to Spain.
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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