TV Host Loses It as Blue Whale is Captured Live on Air For the First Time Ever
During a broadcast of the BBC's 'Big Blue Live,' host Steve Backshall was barely able to contain his excitement at seeing the whale.
A TV host lost it when a blue whale was captured live on air - for the first time ever.
During a broadcast of the BBC's 'Big Blue Live,'host Steve Backshall was talking to whale expert Doris Welch aboard a boat in California when he suddenly interrupted her.
"I am so so sorry," he told her. "But I have just heard. This is incredible, I have just heard that we have on our helicopter a blue whale."
He could barely contain his excitement as the crew captured incredible footage of the whale as it surfaced in the bay of Moss Landing.
"This is one of the most extraordinary things I've ever seen," Backshall said.
"When I started off filming wildlife just 16 years ago, if someone had said 'go and film a blue whale,' I would have said they were crazy."
Backshall later took to Twitter to explain his excitement.
Watch Below: Whale Interrupts TV Hosts While Speaking About DIfficulty Spotting Them
Trending on Inside Edition
Man Says Brother Who Took His Own Life Never Mentally Recovered From Abuse Suffered as Scott Rudin's AssistantNews
21-Year-Old 'Eager' Georgia Firefighter Dies in His Sleep During 1st ShiftNews
Donation to Kyle Rittenhouse's Crowdfunding Campaign Gets Virginia Cop Fired From the Department: OfficialsCrime
Greensboro Zoning Commissioner Ousted After Refusing to Address Woman as 'Doctor' in MeetingNews
Cops Called on Couple Who Tried to Have Wedding at $5M Florida Mansion Without Owner's PermissionOffbeat