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Meteorologist Wears The Wrong-Colored Dress, Blends In With The Morning Weather Report

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

News anchors have quite the job. It must be stressful to know that you’re being watched by thousands of people who witness everything that happens live on the air.

This means that, as a news anchor, you have to be extra diligent about how you present yourself. Everything from your makeup to what you’re wearing is scrutinized. That’s why so many female anchors have worn this famous dress that is cheap, beautiful, functional, and appropriate!

But it’s more than just looks that you need to be aware of. If you’re a meteorologist who works in front of a green screen, there are certain colors you can and cannot wear.

And if you take risks, you can end up getting surprised live on the air, just like Liberté Chan of KTLA 5. 

Chan thought her dress would pass the green screen test, but once she stepped in front of the camera, she suffered one hilarious wardrobe malfunction: She was almost see-through! The weather report projected onto her dress, creating a strange visual for the station’s viewers.

Needless to say, Chan was mildly embarrassed, but her fellow news anchor Chris Burrous saved the day by jumping up from behind his desk and giving Chan his blazer. What a gentleman!

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