Pure Radio Scotland host Paul Harper’s show was expertly hijacked on Monday by none-other than his adorable daughter Chloe.
Harper, who is currently broadcasting his 1-4 pm show from his home due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, found himself mistakenly broadcast his five year-old daughters rendition of everyone’s favourite, Let it Go from the Disney film Frozen.
Following the Gabrielle hit Dreams, listeners where treated to a parody clip of Donald Trump, a happy birthday song, and then the hit Disney track originally performed by Idina Menzel, which is when Chloe can be heard happily joining in.
When working from home goes horribly wrong! 😂
Posted by Pure Radio on Tuesday, 12 May 2020
Listeners could hear the five year-old singing along to the track, which is a natural reaction for most young children, along with some adults, when it starts to play, after a number of audio faders were left on by accident.
Harper soon realised what had happened, placing the Pure airwaves on radio silence for a few seconds before Whitney Houston comes on to save the day.
The hilarious mistake, which garnered attention from the public across social media, laid bare the potentially disastrous scenarios that can arise for hosts who are broadcasting a radio show from their home, especially with small, mischievous children lurking around…
To listen to the Paul Harper show, along with The Robin Galloway Breakfast show, Lynne Hogan, and the Drive Home with Amber simply tune your DAB radio into Pure Radio Scotland or Listen Live at Pure Radio Scotland online
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