‘This is how it is in Smashville, baby!’ That’s what a hysterical reporter said after he noticed some extra guests in his LIVE shot, June 5! A pair of clearly excited Preds fans were making out behind him after their Game 4 win and you have to see it!
The Nashville Predators took the Game 4 win [4-1] over the Penguins to even the Stanley Cup Final on June 5! And, while some fans cheered, others made out on LIVE television! WSMV’s Chris Harris — a reporter for Nashville’s NBC affiliate — was in the middle of a LIVE broadcast when the epic moment went down. After he noticed the couple’s make-out session, he completely lost it and turned the broadcast into a hilarious spoof.
“This is how it is in Smashville, baby!” Harris said, while he couldn’t contain his laughter. “People are fired up here. Do you see what’s happening here?” he asked his fellow anchors back in the station. “We may have conception going on here. Are you kidding me?” Harris continued, before he ended the broadcast. “Let’s send it back to you before we get in trouble.” LOL.
When the camera cut back to the studio, four anchors were seen cracking up uncontrollably. One anchor held papers up to his face to conceal his laugher, and a woman-host couldn’t remove her hand from he mouth in awe. “Love is in the air,” another anchor admitted. And, we couldn’t agree more!
Honestly, we can’t blame the couple for their wild celebrations. In case you weren’t aware, the Predators are 9 and 1 in the postseason. And they evened the series last night, to two games a piece when they won for the second straight time over the Penguins. The Preds will now head back to Pittsburgh and there will certainly be a Game 6 in the works.
Filip Forsberg, 22, Frederick Gaudreau, 24, and Pekka Rinne, 34, were all notable stars in Nashville’s roster last night. We mean, just check out Rinne’s consecutive saves [3 of 23 in the video below] while the Penguins attempted to shoot rapid fire shots at him. Not today, Jr.!
— SI NHL (@SI_NHL) June 6, 2017
And, don’t even get us started on Gaudreau. The 24-year-old rookie is sure earning his spot on the Preds roster. He’s now the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final.
HollywoodLifers, who do you think will take the cup?!