You ever walk into class or work and see someone rocking damn near the same 'fit that you're rocking? Unless you're ultra laid-back, you're ready to ring their neck, especially if they knew you were about to rock that shirt or those kicks beforehand. A similar situation went down on-air at 9 News in Australia on Wednesday, in which news reader Amber Sherlock gave her co-worker Julie Snook a heated talking to about her wardrobe.
As you can see, all three of the women up above are rocking white tops. Sherlock (middle) says she told Snook (left) that she was going to be wearing white over two hours ago, and it seems like once Sherlock saw Snook walk onto the set with that white top and not the colored jacket, she went off. Lucky for us, the awkward argument that would normally not be seen was beamed live for viewers to take in and marvel at.
"I need Julie to put a jacket on because we're all in white," she said. "I asked her before we came on… Julie you need to put a jacket on." Snook apologized, saying that she didn't have enough time to switch into a new outfit, but Sherlock wasn't having it. "Come on, I told you two hours ago."
This goes on for almost two minutes. Shouts to homegirl on the far right, who went from chuckling this off to feeling all of the awkwardness, which we respect. After a heated back-and-forth, though, Julie Snook buckled and threw on the jacket, like Sherlock had suggested for their entire, epic argument.
Moral of the story? If someone tells you early on that you better change your outfit, more than likely they mean the f*ck out of it. Don't get caught on that 9 News screen!