Reporter Has WORST HAIR DAY EVER On Live TV!


May. 3 2013, Published 11:29 a.m. ET

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Unless you’re Giuliana Rancic interviewing stars on the red carpet at the Oscars, being a TV news reporter is not always a glamorous job.

Case in point – meet Jamie Ostroff, an intrepid reporter for ABC affiliate KIFI-TV in Idaho Falls, ID. On Monday, Jamie was doing a live report in the middle of a dust storm for the station’s 6:00 p.m. newscast and endured a bad hair day of EPIC proportions.

The best part is when Ostroff tossed back to the studio, asking meteorologist Michael Coats, “Michael, when is this going to end? I want this to end.”

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Ostroff later told the industry news website TVSpy, “When the winds kick up, dust often blows from farms next to I-15 and forces transportation officials to close the road,” “By afternoon, winds were blowing over 60 miles per hour and the road was shut down…”

“Afterward, I was covered in dust, with mud in my mouth and coming out of my eyes,” Ostroff said. “The camera operator and I were both filthy, but otherwise OK.”

Good job Jamie!


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