Grammy Reporter Serene Branson was trying to say 'Lady Antebellum swept the Grammys.' [Video] | Bob's Blitz

Grammy Reporter Serene Branson was trying to say 'Lady Antebellum swept the Grammys.' [Video]

CBS Grammy reporter Serene Branson wished that her word salad video didn't hit YouTube. The KCBS reporter told The Early Show's Erica Hill that watching herself in the clip is "troubling." So CBS showed her the clip.

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"I know what was going through my mind at that time," Branson said. "I was terrified. I was scared, I was confused. I didn't know what was going on."

"I knew something wasn't right as soon as I opened my mouth," Branson added. "I hadn't been feeling well a little bit before the live shot. I had a headache, my vision was very blurry. I knew something wasn't right, but I just thought I was tired. So when I opened my mouth, I thought, 'This is more than just being tired. Something is terribly wrong.' I wanted to say, 'Lady Antebellum swept the Grammys.' And I could think of the words, but I could not get them coming out properly."

"They sat me down immediately. I dropped the microphone. Right after that, my cheek went numb, my hand went numb, my right hand went numb and I started to cry. I was scared. I didn't know what had gone on and I was embarrassed and fearful."

Watching the video for the reporter may be troubling. A lot of today's talent do not like watching themselves when things go correctly. We think we speak for most when we say, Serene? You've made a ton of fans.

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