In a rare, unscripted moment, Sean Hannity was caught off guard, revealing a more relatable side as the cameras rolled unexpectedly.

Fox News host Sean Hannity was unwittingly filmed vaping when cameras resumed rolling after a commercial break. Caught off guard, Hannity quickly realized the situation as an individual on the set alerted him to the live broadcast.

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Upon receiving the signal, a flustered Hannity hurriedly removed the vape from his lips and discarded it. His momentary embarrassment was evident as he momentarily blushed. It wasn’t long before fellow Fox News host Laura Ingraham took the opportunity to playfully tease Hannity about the incident.

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Mocking her own surprise at being on camera, Ingraham feigned shock while sipping from a water bottle, saying, “Oh, hi.” She then reassured Hannity that such instances happen to everyone, even going so far as to call the moment “cute.”

Ingraham continued, “I mean, those little moments are cute, those are in the forever reel of the real Hannity — like, we want to know you.”

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The amusing blunder quickly gained traction on social media, with Twitter user Curtis Houck sharing the clip and comparing it to a similar incident involving Greg Gutfeld.

He tweeted, “OMG Hannity just had his Gutfeld/peeing moment – he lost track of time during the last break so he was still wearing his glasses and smoking a Juul. (Sorry for the jump cut at the 0:10 second mark during ‘Villain of the Day’ — Snapstream recordings were switching to Ingraham).”

As Hannity’s unanticipated vaping episode garners attention, it serves as a lighthearted reminder that even seasoned professionals can find themselves caught in candid moments. The exchange between Hannity and Ingraham further emphasizes the human side of these news hosts, providing viewers with a glimpse into their off-camera personalities.

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Sources: OpposingViews, The Daily Wire

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