In the midst of an online interview, a woman and the viewers were in complete shock when her private life became bare for all the world to see.
Australian Columnist Kerri Sackville faced a cheek-blushing moment when she did a live television interview. Unbeknownst to her, her bras were on display in the background.
Sackville took the incident with a pinch of salt. Taking to Twitter, the columnist joked about the embarrassing incident in a humorous Tweet.
Sackville included a snapshot of the bras showing in the background of the interview for Broad Radio. She penned:
“Did a live video interview… & realised too late my wardrobe was open and my bras on display.”
She then facetiously asked her followers to keep her in their thoughts throughout this challenging period. Many individuals who replied were impressed by the way she stored her undergarments and how neat she was.
One commentator seemed perplexed, asking why she would post the picture on Twitter as well. The columnist responded that she did so with intent in an attempt to take control of the narrative.
Perry came off as slightly annoyed, eventually letting Ellen DeGeneres know that she was married before.
Others shared similar stories, opening up about their online blunders during the lockdown. The post has received just over 700 likes.
Celebrities like Rihanna, Jimmy Fallon, and Lady Gaga are also not immune to awkward and even downright unpleasant interviews. One such exchange was between Ellen DeGeneres and Katy Perry.
In a 2017 interview on DeGeneres’ talk show, the host completely forgot that the “I Kissed A Girl” singer used to be betrothed. The songstress’ response to this forgetfulness did not appear forgiving.
Perry came off as slightly annoyed, eventually letting Ellen DeGeneres know that she was married before. The vocalist also reminded DeGeneres that she gave her wedding gifts on her show in the past.
One can forgive humorous hiccups in celebrity dialogues; the situation becomes less funny when interviewed for a job. The anxiety is even more, provoking when one has to do so online due to lockdown restrictions.
However, there are some tips on how one can improve their chances during these stressful interactions. For example, interviewees must make sure all their technology is working ahead of the interview.
It is also important to still dress up professionally even though the interaction is not in person. Lastly, one should ensure that they are in an undisturbed space devoid of distractions so as to be present during the exchange.
Of course, these are still all part of all the norms associated with job interviews. However, mother Maggie Mundwiller decided to do it a little differently, taking her toddler to an interview for a position.
The mom of two was allowed to bring her baby along, with the company stating that interviews were “child friendly.” Mundwiller decided to take a video of the experience, which went viral on TikTok.
The little boy looked absolutely adorable in the clip, with many viewers praising the company for its progressive policy. With interviews happening online and toddlers added into the mix, the working world definitely appears to be changing.