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World Reporters cats take over live cross with hilarious results

07:00  21 may  2020
07:00  21 may  2020 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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She had her computer all set up, good lighting, and there were no toddlers about. Her face was clear (no potatoes in sight). The WiFi was strong and she was ready.

Bigornia would be interviewing a guest on TeleRadyo's SRO (Suggestion, Reaction and Opinion) show with co-host Alvin Elchico.

3, 2, 1, go...

The cross begins and Bigornia, a seasoned reporter, is nailing it, that is until her two cats begin fighting in the background.

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Live television definitely has its risks considering that the script is mostly out of the window. Surprisingly, the risk multiplies when it’s shot in the reporter ’s safest place—home. As for the audience, various mishaps might result in a good dose of laughter. As it happened in this case.

The cats are clearly play fighting, although you never can tell with feline siblings, and as the tussling gets rowdier, the only way to describe Bigornia's facial expression is one of despair.

She knows she is completely and totally stuffed.

Even the side-eye death looks she directs at her pets doesn't tone down ruckus.

Amused viewers were quick to share clips of the cross, with Bigornia's own daughter Nikki joining in by sharing along with the caption: "MY CATS HAVE NO CHILL."

It wasn't until later that Bigornia, starting to see the humour in the situation, said: "CHILDREN!!!! There is a law in the studio!!!!"

We later find out that the cats names are Bella Luna and Nala. There was some concern from viewers that the pair were actually on the outs, that was until Bigornia shared a video of them snuggling with each other and licking each other later that day on Facebook.

Let's hope we see more cats future crosses or a spin-off show for Bella Luna and Nala or at least a YouTube channel because this was freaking hilarious.

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