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Ireland's very own Aengus Mac Grianna has just become the star of Ebay's latest ad – no really.

Live television is a beautiful thing, especially when something goes wrong, and oh boy has Aengus had his fair share of blunders.

We all remember the powder puff incident right?

The RTE news anchor has provided the country with many laughs over the years thanks to his impressive and ever growing blooper reel – And it looks like we're not the only ones who love to laugh at his unfortunate errors.

Ebay have made him the star of their latest Prime Deal advert and it could not be more perfect.

Poor Aengus can't catch a break. But hey, that's show business. 



Sky News reporter Kay Burley made a rookie mistake last night during a live report about the Scottish referendum when she didn’t realise her mic was already on!

As her colleagues were handing over to her, she can be heard saying someone looks like “a bit of a knob” as she had been trying to decide with her crew whether or not the man should be shown on camera!

She obviously didn’t realise her mistake until later as she carried on reporting as if nothing had happened, though she did apologise for her language on Twitter later, saying that the man who looked like "a bit of a knob" was trying to hit her cameraman:

We really enjoy these live TV mishaps, though no one will ever beat our Aengus! “What?!”


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