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Woman starts dancing during debate on news channel; video will burst you into laughter

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 20 January 2022, 10:25 IST
Woman starts dancing during news debate show

A woman during a debate show on a news channel took the limelight after no one listened to her, including the show host. Gone are those days when debates were held with no shouting or abusing and people put valid points without making fighting each other. These days the concept of debate has been changed as people love to do shouting and create ruckus while doing discussions during a news program.

In a similar incident, a Bengali news channel had witnessed the same issue when a woman guest didn’t get a chance to speak.

A short clip of the news debate has also gone viral on social media after it was shared on Twitter by a user named Elizabeth.

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In the video, the woman is seen wearing a green kurta tried to put her views on the topic but didn’t get a chance as others were not allowing her to speak. When she finds that no one is paying attention to her, then she started dancing during a live program.

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Without thinking about the decorum of the show, the woman showed her unprofessional behavior by doing such activities. The video was shared on the micro-blogging site along with a caption, “See what the participant in green kurti does when not given a fair chance to speak!”

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However, the video has garnered over 47k views and several funny reactions from netizens.

One of the users said, “This is hilarious, This happens when you don't get attention.”

While another called it “Finally! A fun debate”

What’s your opinion on this viral video?

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First published: 20 January 2022, 10:25 IST