February 14, 2011 by staff
Serene Branson, Los Angeles journalist delivered a bizarre string of gibberish on live television Sunday night while at the Grammys. Serene Branson has been broadcasting live outside the Los Angeles Convention Center to CBS 2 News in Los Angeles, and was apart from the “highlights and backstage coverage” from the Music Awards, according to presenter Paul Magers. Things were going badly, however, when the news cut to Branson, her slurred speech and words became unintelligible.
“Well, a very, very heavy tonight burtation, she begins to speak, but her words quickly melt into the indecipherable sounds.
CBS Los Angeles reporter Serene Branson was reportedly taken to hospital for tests after stumbling on her incomprehensible words during the broadcast of the Grammy’s.
After being introduced from the studio, Branson began “Well, a very, very heavily…”“ mispronounced before.” Try again, she was still unable to spread the word and continued with a series of unintelligible sounds.
It is feared she may have suffered a stroke in the air. Strokes can cause speech problems in different ways, either by interfering with the brain’s ability to recognize and build words, or by preventing the facial muscles to form syllables correctly.
We do not know why we worry about a plethora of images of dresses, suits, shoes and leopard we showed you earlier – that’s all the coverage you need Grammys.
Serene Branson is an American television presenter with hair done blonde, very white teeth (naturally, and of course … probably not compulsory) and lashings of makeup. All good so far, except that she cannot talk … a word. Not even a word that looks like you’ve heard before. Look at him – he is officially hilarious.
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