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Sean Hannity caught vaping on live TV after commercial break

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On Hannity Thursday night, Sean Hannity wasn’t quite ready for the last commercial break to end. After the show graphic, viewers were treated to Hannity vaping for a few seconds while someone off camera tried desperately to get his attention until he finally realized he was live. Hannity quickly removed the vaporizer from his mouth and set it on the desk, looked back at the camera and said, “Uh oh.”

This isn’t the first time something like this has happened to Hannity. In 2017, a video was released of Hannity vaping while his viewers were presumably seeing a video. Just like then, this time around Hannity had a sense of humor about it, and good thing, because the first thing fellow Fox News host Laura Ingraham did when he handed off to her was tease him about it.

After Hannity apologized for going just a little into her hour, the camera cut to Ingraham who pretended to be taking a drink of water. “Oh wait, am I on camera right now?” Ingraham asked. Hannity laughed it off saying he was sure this would make a headline somewhere.

Video Transcript

[MUSIC PLAYING]

SEAN HANNITY: Uh-oh.

KYLIE MAR: "Fox News" Host Sean Hannity was caught vaping being while coming back from commercial Thursday night, and he wasn't quite quick enough to hide it. This wasn't the first time he got caught vaping when he thought no one was watching. In 2017, a clip was released of Hannity doing it while showing viewers a video.

Viewers thought the unintentionally hilarious moment was just that-- hilarious. One viewer tweeted, "Hannity hitting a juul on national television is peak comedy." "Fox's" Laura Ingraham thought so too and teased Hannity during the handoff.

SEAN HANNITY: Sorry I took your time.

LAURA INGRAHAM: Oh, wait. Am I on camera right now?

SEAN HANNITY: Yeah, I know. I didn't know. [LAUGHS] I'm sure it won't make the headlines somewhere tomorrow.

LAURA INGRAHAM: It happens to the best of us, Hannity.