Obviously, there may be an advantage to lockdown making us all super-casual dressers.
A reporter went viral following a video call appearance from home on the “Good Morning America” Tuesday morning, as he wore a shirt with a suit jacket on top, yet gave off an impression to be lacking pants underneath.
Will Reeve was in a conference in the discussion story of “Good Morning America” and speaking about drones that started to deliver medications in Florida. Unfortunately, the camera cadre made his clothes appear from the downside and it showed that he was not wearing pants as he was not fully dressed up. His bare legs appeared on the screen on-air.
After his photos went viral on the internet, Reeve joked about it and said: “I have ARRIVED… in the most hilariously mortifying way possible.”
He also clarified that he had to start his “post-GMA workout a little too soon,” and he is now reconsidering his morning routine.
“Any sartorial tips from (online commenters) who are wearing a belt, trousers, and shoes during their work video calls at home are most welcome,” he tweeted. “Now, back to work. Wearing pants.”
He said: “Hope everyone got a much-needed laugh.”
Hey put some pants on my guy pic.twitter.com/PpCIBRrjP5
— Adam Graham (@grahamorama) April 28, 2020
As coronavirus obliges TV reporters all over the county to leave their well designed and equipped studios, many are doing this with stripped-down renditions of their shows at home. Besides the camera quality and suffering from variety lacking, the absence of styling and makeup workers are giving the broadcast a very casual feeling while working.
Seth Meyers has been wearing button-downs in place of his regular suits. Trevor Noah has gone with a different hoodie every day. CNN’s Chris Cuomo alternates between button-downs and t-shirts.
Also, Katy Perry took at-home clothes to a very new level as she appeared on the first at-home edition of “American Idol” in a hand sanitizer costume.