Sports fans have become pretty good at knowing when the camera is on, especially in recent years with the rise of GIFs, Twitter and other Internet fun. Real videobombs have given way to the art of spoofing those videobombs, and there’s not much people can do on TV nowadays that hasn’t been seen before.
Nothing, however, beats a real life accidental videobomb, and a lovely woman in Cleveland has affirmed that, restoring humanity’s faith in the joy of a camera shot gone bad.
The fan created the videobomb that will not soon be forgotten at the Cavs-Sixers game on Saturday night. FOX announcers Fred McLeod and Austin Carr were getting ready for the game when the fan — a woman dressed rather nicely for the evening — tried to make her way back to her seat while toting a beer. She mistakenly cut across the path of the announcers, but not without quickly realizing her mistake and turning heel. (Or someone yanked her out of the picture. Either way, it’s awesome.)
Hence the cliché: You can’t make this stuff up.
Watch the best videobomb ever in the GIF and video below, with a wandering beer cup toast to For the Win.
Some other standout ladies, but in a better way.
The heroes of the tip-off marathon are the Wichita State Rockstar Energy Drink Ladies. Just showed them mid-chug. http://t.co/W6eLZXgrvX—
SB Nation (@sbnation) November 12, 2013
Bucs tackle Donald Penn is listed 6'5", 340 lbs. He just scored a TD on the tackle-eligible pass. AND he dunked over crossbar. #BigFella—
(@SportsCenter) November 12, 2013
More on that whole husband-tasering-wife thing.