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How would you deal with embarrassing yourself on TV?

by DamienR (follow)
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Many people would be terrified to be on TV, not only because they are terrified of all those people watching them at home, but because they are terrified of embarrassing themselves while on camera.

The product announcer for The Price is Right recently fell over while trying to walk backwards in a treadmill on live television, and that got me thinking. What would you do if you did something embarrassing on while being interviewed for your local news station or as a contestant on a game show? Do you think you’d ride it out, pretend it didn’t happen, or laugh it off? What about after it was all over, would it bother you once you were off camera?

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I think I would just laugh at myself as you cannot cover it up and I thinking laughing could perhaps make the situation a pleasant one -and a humorous one.

I cannot see what else you could do and no, it would not bother me later as it is done and cannot be reversed.
by Finy
I think I's do the same, just laugh it off. I mean, what else could you do.
I think I would just try to get over it and move on with my life. No point dwelling in past mistakes.
I would act as if it was meant to happen and hopefully not to do it again, once it is over then laugh at myself and move on.
Laugh it off. I think it's important to be able to laugh at oneself.
by Vee
Laugh it off and move along.
by Gia
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