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The blooper also saw her stumble over the word "deteriorating" before she said: "Oh God.
DAVID WALLIAMS PRESENTS THE RETURN OF ALRIGHT ON THE NIGHT ITV, 9.15PM THIS is the blooper show that was a massive hit in the 1980s, drawing in nearly 20 million viewers at its peak.
"Putting together SpaceX rocket landing blooper reel," the tech magnate (https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/903333005527093248) tweeted Thursday to his 12 million followers.
This is not the first time that a blooper has been committed in the name of government achievements.
But South Korea is considered one of the most developed countries in Asia, and such bloopers there are indeed surprising.
We see bloopers from Mary Berry in The Great British Bake Off, Ant and Dec larking around and Paul O Grady messing up, plus two of Britain's most revered actors, Sir Ian McKellan and Sir Derek Jacobi are featured in an embarrassing situation.
To make up for recycling that ancient clip, here are some more recent media bloopers and anomalies--all from the past few months--followed, as always, by presumably witty retorts.
This is the stuff we need to encourage; it's a cross between sports bloopers and the Old Spice guy commercials.
This collection provides hilarious homework results by kids, and inventive and wildly inaccurate responses to test questions, and is an outrageously funny gathering perfect for fans of 'bloopers' and student responses.
Recently the Organization for Safe, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) asked its member educators and consultants to name some of the top bloopers that dental assistants face in infection control.
The celebrated bloopers programme has been around for more than 30 years and the hilariously dry comments of original presenter Denis Norden are still remembered.
IRON Man 2 has been voted the worst movie for bloopers in the past year.
The airline has also launched a website at http://www.nothingtohide.co.nz which features the new safety video, a "bloopers" version and the original Bare Essentials television advertisements.