Baftas was hit by a technical error because Davina McCall’s emotional acceptance speech was plagued by sound problems
After Davina McCall’s emotional acceptance speech was plagued by sound problems, the British Film Academy (Baftas) was hit by a technical error.
The team is currently receiving a feature award for “The Lost Family: Born Without a Trace” and was very happy when the winner was announced.
However, the video link was plagued by sound problems, and it turned out that Nicky’s initial comments were hard to hear.
The audience who barely listened to him said, “Thank you ITV, we can’t do this without DNA technology.”
As he continued, the audio was suddenly turned on: “Participating in it is the most unusual thing. This is a phenomenon, isn’t it Davina?”
Sitting next to the 60-year-old Nicky on the sofa, Davina replied: “It’s really the case. We really just want to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts to our outcast contributors.
But when Davina delivered her emotional acceptance speech, the strange words were cut off due to audio glitches, making it difficult for the audience to concentrate on what she was saying.
Without realizing the technical problem, she continued: “This is not a story. We are not just telling a story. This is their life. They told us these stories. We know that this is very personal for them, sometimes very personal. Pain and difficulty.
“So we thank them from the bottom of our hearts. We really hope that they feel that we treat them with the care and attention they deserve, because we are very grateful to them for letting us share their stories with you.”
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Davina ended her speech excitedly. She said, “Thanks to the team, we are so excited!” Before they all applauded and cheered.
The award ceremony was held in the TV Center, and only a few nominees and award-giving guests attended in person.
The rest appeared via video links and achieved varying degrees of success.