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Good Morning Britain Newsreader Trips And Goes Flying Off-Screen Live On Air

Good Morning Britain Newsreader Trips And Goes Flying Off-Screen Live On Air

Good Morning Britain viewers were left in hysterics this morning when a newsreader fell backwards out of shot.

Even entertainment correspondent Richard Arnold couldn't hold back his giggles when news broadcaster Balvinder Sidhu, whose clips air in the Midlands, lost her footing and went flying off the screen.

Thankfully Balvinder was totally fine, although understandably a little bit embarrassed, given that her tumble was caught on camera and then shown on the main show, but I think we can all agree that she handled it like an absolute pro...


The fall was actually recorded before the programme went live on air, but the crew were so amused by it all that they decided to show it anyway - because nothing says Britain like laughing at someone falling over, ay?

Presenters Ben Shepherd, Kate Garraway and Richard Arnold were in fits of giggles after the clip was shown at the beginning of today's episode, after producers were inspired to show the clip following Donald Trump being seen walking onto Air Force One with toilet paper on his shoe. Oh, Donald. We've all been there.

Credit: ITV
Credit: ITV

We're not sure if this will make Balvinder feel any better, but she's not the only presenter to take a tumble on national television this week as she follows in the footsteps of This Morning's Alison Hammond.

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In celebration of the daytimeprogramme's 30th birthday celebrations, the show brought back its iconic floating weather map.

But things didn't quite go to plan when Alison accidentally knocked a man into the water live on air...

Alison Hammond was tasked with the challenge of presenting the weather from a map floating on the Royal Albert Dock in Liverpool.


However, as she moved around the map, her clothing got caught on a sparkly Welsh dragon which was on the platform.

As Alison attempted a leap from England to Northern Ireland, the man put his hand out to help her but she accidentally shoved him in the water.

What an incredible week for daytime television.

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Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at Tyla. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]