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World BBC's Andrew Neil 'transforms' into Star Wars' Yoda in bizarre live TV moment

05:00  13 december  2019
05:00  13 december  2019 Source:   digitalspy.com

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a man wearing a suit and tie: BBC presenter Andrew Neil accidentally transformed into Star Wars character Yoda during the broadcaster's live 2019 general election coverage.© BBC BBC presenter Andrew Neil accidentally transformed into Star Wars character Yoda during the broadcaster's live 2019 general election coverage.

For a brief moment on Thursday night (December 12), BBC presenter Andrew Neil accidentally transformed into Star Wars character Yoda.

Not because he's the Jedi Master of political journalism, but because he seemed to have an unusual problem with his earpiece.

a man wearing a hat: Yoda Star Wars© Lucasfilm Yoda Star Wars

During the BBC's live general election coverage, Neil's left ear pointed directly at the camera. And frankly, the resemblance to Yoda was uncanny.

It was so distracting, viewers couldn't help but remark on the incident on social media.

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One person demanded: "Can someone at @BBCNews sort out @afneil earpiece so that he doesn't look like Yoda?"

a screen shot of a man in a suit and tie: BBC's Andrew Neil earpiece makes him look like Star Wars Yoda© BBC BBC's Andrew Neil earpiece makes him look like Star Wars Yoda

Another questioned: "Is it me or does Andrew Neil look like a cousin of Yoda this evening?"

And a third even theorised: "Crikey – Andrew Neil, Yoda... Never see them in the same place."

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