Bitchy Women Newsreaders Argue Over White Dress on Live TV

The one in the middle, Amber Sherlock, didn’t like that all of them were wearing white. She got very snooty with the one on the left, Julie Snook.

This is what news people are concerned about?

Not truth? Not accuracy? Not completeness?

Turning news reporting over to irresponsible foolish women has been a disaster.

Daily Mail

The extraordinary footage taken in a 9 News studio shows newsreader Amber Sherlock having an epic meltdown after realising she, a fellow journalist and her guest were all wearing white.

She descended into rage after spotting 9 News presenter Julie Snook and psychologist Sandy Rea sporting similar dresses to her moments before going live on Wednesday.

Directing her anger at her colleague, Ms Sherlock demanded Ms Snook put on a different coloured jacket, creating an extremely awkward situation for their guest.

Speaking to her producer, the presenter said: ‘I need Julie to put a jacket on because we’re all in white. I asked her before we came on… Julie you need to put a jacket on.’

Ms Snook defended herself, insisting she had not had time to change out of her outfit.

But Ms Sherlock refused to back down, replying: ‘Come on I told you two hours ago.’

Her fellow 9 News reporter apologised and said she had been ‘flat out’ and had not had time to switch into a different colour.

But a furious Ms Sherlock had no time for her apology and continued to demand she get changed before going live.

Psychologist Ms Rea, who by this point looked very uncomfortable, offered to find a jacket herself, as she was wearing white too.

Speaking to her producer, the presenter said: ‘I need Julie to put a jacket on because we’re all in white. I asked her before we came on… Julie you need to put a jacket on.’

Ms Snook defended herself, insisting she had not had time to change out of her outfit.

But Ms Sherlock refused to back down, replying: ‘Come on I told you two hours ago.’

Her fellow 9 News reporter apologised and said she had been ‘flat out’ and had not had time to switch into a different colour.

But a furious Ms Sherlock had no time for her apology and continued to demand she get changed before going live.

Psychologist Ms Rea, who by this point looked very uncomfortable, offered to find a jacket herself, as she was wearing white too.

But Ms Sherlock told her to calm down and pointedly remarked that she was fine as she had made sure to mention in advance that she would be wearing white.

‘There can’t be three of us,’ the newscaster flatly said.

‘If it’s an issue I can get on out of here,’ Ms Snook said.

‘It is an issue. Go and grab a jacket,’ Ms Sherlock coldly replied, adding: ‘I wasn’t saying it for no reason. The wardrobe girls will be furious.’

Ms Snook tried to claim her dress was actually blue, but she then agreed to put on a black jacket that was lying around in the newsroom.

‘If there’s an issue I can just head on out and get back to work. I’m flat chat. I genuinely forgot,’ the reporter said as she left her chair to find other clothes.

But Ms Sherlock was not finished.

‘Fine, jump on out if that’s what you’d like to do. Come on, wearing a jacket. I asked you two-and-a-half hours ago. It’s not the hardest request.

‘I know it’s not your issue. But we did talk about it two-and-a-half hours ago.’

Despite their incredibly diva-esque row, the pair were all-smiles when they went on air, with Ms Sherlock grinning as she introduced her colleague – who was wearing the black jacket.

HAPPY ENDING.

7 thoughts on “Bitchy Women Newsreaders Argue Over White Dress on Live TV

  1. Is anyone surprised? Aside from a small percentage of them, did anyone think that the bulk of ‘the liberated’ were going to really ‘roar’ and all of that? The above is the result; end of story.

  2. Pingback: Bitchy Women Newsreaders Argue Over White Dress on Live TV | Afro Futurism

  3. I just figured out WHY the lady was asked to wear a black jacket. Because she looks BETTER in white, and looks better than the woman asking her to change. It’s pure jealousy of someone lower down the ladder, an attitude that a real leader never has under any circumstances.

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