It always seems to be the local weatherman who gets caught up in live TV weirdness.
That was the case during the Las Vegas Now news on July 20. A few comedians were on to promote an appearance. That group included Jeremiah Watkins, who brought along a saxophone. The segment was thrown to meteorologist Tedd Florendo, and he asked for a little sax accompaniment during the weather. Makes sense. What storm forecast wouldn't be improved by a hot dose of Kenny G?
Watkins made his way toward Florendo while playing the sultry sax solo from George Michaels' "Careless Whisper." It was wonderfully weird. Florendo looked a taken aback at how long it went on and even mentioned feeling a little uncomfortable.
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The solo's accompanying hip thrusts may remind you of the viral Sergio Flores sax prank video. It follows him as he dropped into public places -- usually shirtless and at the protest of a security guard -- to play the solo from "Careless Whisper" to people who definitely weren't ready for the sexiness he was about to bring.
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