KTLA meteorologist Liberté Chan appeared shocked over the weekend when morning news anchor Chris Burrous interrupted her weather report to ask her to cover up her sleeveless dress.
May 15, 2016

KTLA meteorologist Liberté Chan appeared shocked over the weekend when morning news anchor Chris Burrous interrupted her weather report to ask her to cover up her sleeveless dress.

As Chan was delivering a wind report during the a 8 a.m. hour, a hand dangling a gray sweater appeared on the screen.

"What's going on?" Chan asked. "You want me to put this on? Why? Because it's cold?"

"We're getting a lot of emails," Burrous quipped.

"What!" Chan exclaimed, reluctantly accepting the sweater. "Really?"

"There you go," a satisfied Burrous replied.

"I look like a librarian," Chan complained.

"That works," the anchor insisted. "It's a librarian who's gone to a cocktail party. Everyone's got an opinion about your dress this morning."

The incident left Chan stuttering through the remainder of her weather report.

"I'm trying to hold it together in my little sweater," she explained.

(h/t: Megan McGrath)

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