#News anchor calmly catches her own tooth after it falls out on air

#News anchor calmly catches her own tooth after it falls out on air

July 16, 2020 | 9:34am | Updated July 16, 2020 | 9:48am

She lost her tooth — but not her cool.

A Ukrainian broadcaster demonstrated remarkable composure after she nonchalantly caught her tooth after it fell out during a live read, as seen in an incredible clip circulating local media.

“This is probably my most curious experience in 20 years as a presenter,” TSN reporter Marichka Padalko wrote in an Instagram post detailing the acci-dental incident.

According to the post, the TV presenter was reporting live on the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday morning when she felt her front tooth come loose in the middle of the broadcast.

It was a complication of an accident 10 years ago when Padalko’s daughter inadvertently knocked out half her tooth while playing with an alarm clock, per the post.

The Ukrainian reporter demonstrated professionalism under pressure
The Ukrainian reporter demonstrated professionalism under pressure.

Fortunately, instead of losing her head, the steel-nerved newscaster can be seen in the 24-second clip calmly collecting the chomper with her hand and completing the read as if nothing had happened — preventing a massive programming gap.

Padalko is now being commended for handling the dental disaster like a pro.

According to the Instagram post, her colleague reportedly told her, “You reacted as if you lose your teeth every day.”

“Such rare cases are a test of endurance,” gushes one newfound fan.

Another viewer didn’t even realize anything had gone awry: “Oops. I watched this story before and did not even notice.”

In fact, Padalko claims that TSN deliberately refrained from posting the clip on their YouTube channel, hoping the embarrassing moment would fly under the radar. However, the journalist vastly underestimated her viewers, one of whom uploaded the video to their social-media profile, whereupon it rapidly spread to news outlets worldwide. Alas, it seems neither the tooth nor the clip were pulled in time.

“Live broadcasting is wonderful because it is always unpredictable,” Padalko writes.


This isn’t the first time a broadcaster has displayed incredible poise in the face of an on-air mishap. In February, a North Carolina TV reporter inadvertently switched on Facebook Live filters before going live, which resulted in him getting bombarded with cartoon effects during the entire broadcast.

Fortunately, the presenter took the goofy incident in stride, saying: “If you can’t laugh at yourself, what’s the point of laughter?”

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