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Morning Stay viewers gasp in horror after Janette Manrara by accident kicks a DOG


‘Please inform me she’s OK?’ Morning Stay viewers gasp in horror after Janette Manrara by accident spin-kicks a DOG whereas performing a dance transfer

Morning Stay ended on a extra dramatic word than normal on Tuesday, as viewers watched a canine by accident get spin-kicked within the head in the course of the present’s last seconds.

Followers took to Twitter to react in horror after former Strictly Come Dancing professional Janette Manrara’s foot got here into contact with the pooch whereas she carried out a spin together with her husband Aljaž Škorjanec.

Fortunately for dog-lovers it was quickly revealed that Dolly was fully wonderful, with Dr James Greenwood confirming she was fortunately ‘having fun with a chew stick’ following the scare.

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Oops! Morning Stay ended on a extra dramatic word than normal on Tuesday, as viewers watched a canine by accident get spin-kicked within the head in the course of the present’s last seconds

Because the present got here to shut, Janette and Aljaz determined to finish the present by performing one among their signature spins, unaware that Dolly was  wandering in the direction of them.

Mere seconds earlier than chopping to a large shot of the present’s studio in Salford, Janette’s foot hit Dolly’s head, with somebody heard shouting ‘Oh my god,’ because the digital camera reduce away.

Shortly viewers took to social media to share their response, with many expressing their concern for the pooch after taking the nasty hit.

Ouch! Fans took to Twitter to react in horror after Janette Manrara's foot came into contact with the pooch while she performed a spin with her husband Alja¿ ¿korjanec

Ouch! Followers took to Twitter to react in horror after Janette Manrara’s foot got here into contact with the pooch whereas she carried out a spin together with her husband Aljaž Škorjanec

Terrifying: Mere seconds before cutting to a wide shot of the show's studio in Salford, Janette's foot hit Dolly's head, with someone heard shouting 'Oh my god,' as the camera cut away

Terrifying: Mere seconds earlier than chopping to a large shot of the present’s studio in Salford, Janette’s foot hit Dolly’s head, with somebody heard shouting ‘Oh my god,’ because the digital camera reduce away

One wrote: ‘I am positive the canine can be OK,’ whereas one other added: ‘The canine on #MorningLive simply acquired a wrestling-style superkick.’

A 3rd tweeted: ‘Did anybody simply see Janette Manrara boot that canine within the head on #MorningLive whereas Aljaz was spinning her spherical?’ 

‘I hope that canine’s OK! Simply acquired smacked within the face by a dancer!’ one fan wrote, whereas one other added: ‘Oh crikey poor canine simply acquired booted within the head!’

Is she OK? Quickly viewers took to social media to share their reaction, with many expressing their concern for the pooch after taking the nasty hit

Is she OK? Shortly viewers took to social media to share their response, with many expressing their concern for the pooch after taking the nasty hit

Fortunately a BBC sound supervisor who was within the gallery throughout filming reassured customers that the canine was wonderful following the accident, tweeting: ‘No canines have been harmed throughout that programme! Dolly was completely wonderful after some treats!’

Dr James, who usually seems on Morning Stay additionally posted: ‘Thanks – yea she is completely wonderful! Getting caught right into a chew stick on the way in which house!’ 

In January Morning Stay’s filming was relocated from London to Salford, as a part of BBC’s new plans to maneuver 400 jobs from the capital to cities together with Leeds, Cardiff and Glasgow.

Morning Stay airs weekdays from 9:15am on BBC One. 

Back soon: Morning Live airs weekdays from 9:15am on BBC One

Again quickly: Morning Stay airs weekdays from 9:15am on BBC One



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