Barista realises too late that she's live on Good Morning Britain

Espresso me out of here! Hilarious moment a shocked barista realises she’s live on GMB during a news segment and sends viewers into hysterics as she rushes off screen

  • The woman was seen in the background of a news segment filmed in Wales
  • Waitress was seen making a drink during ITV’s Nick Dixon’s piece to camera
  • However, the barista soon realises she’s on live TV and scampers away 

A barista was shocked to discover she was live on Good Morning Britain today, leaving viewers in hysterics as she rushed off screen.

The woman was captured standing in the background of a news segment filmed at a coffee shop in Newport, Wales.

While ITV correspondent Nick Dixon, 49, detailed the coronavirus rules in the country – with businesses able to reopen as the country’s firebreaker ends – the waitress was seen making a drink.

However, she soon realises she’s on live TV and scampers away – but not before Twitter users spotted her amusingly shocked expression. 

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A barista (pictured left and right in the background) was shocked to discover she was live on Good Morning Britain today, leaving viewers in hysterics as she rushed off screen

The woman was captured standing in the background of a news segment filmed at a coffee shop in Newport, Wales (pictured)

One person wrote: ‘Laughing at this woman on Good Morning Britain who realised she was on camera too late.’

Another said: ‘Anyone just see this on Good Morning Britain? The background coffee lurker!,’ while a third added: ‘Poor lassie.’

A fourth joked: ‘When you’re in a witness protection program and realise you’re on national breakfast television.’ 

Mr Dixon was detailing the new COVID-19 regulations this morning in Newport, following the end of Wales’ two-week firebreaker, which aimed to help regain control of the pandemic. 

Reaction: However, she soon realises she’s on live TV and scampers away – but not before Twitter users spotted her amusingly shocked expression

Businesses which were required to close during the firebreak will be able to reopen from today, and the government will remove the requirement to stay home and the tough restrictions on meeting people.

A rule of four will be introduced, with only groups of four people or less permitted to meet from different households.

But as Mr Dixon started his segment, the waitress behind him, who appeared to be making a drink, quickly turned her head towards the cameras.

Realising she was featuring on live TV, the woman quickly rushed off the screen while the journalist continued his piece.  

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