ABC News Reporter on His Viral 'No Pants' 'GMA' Video: 'WFH Goes Wrong'

Will Reeve shocks viewers of 'Good Morning America' as he's seen doing an interview about pharmacy while looking all proper for the top but hilariously missing his pants.

AceShowbiz - ABC News reporter Will Reeve found himself trending on Internet after he shocked viewers of "Good Morning America" as he appeared for an interview without wearing pants. It didn't take long for the clip, which saw him and host Amy Robach discussing pharmacy, from the Tuesday, April 28 episode to go viral.

For the interview, Reeve opted for a proper look for the top, donning a gray suit with a white shirt underneath. Everyone noticed the lack of the pants at the start of the segments, thanks to the unfortunate camera angle. Judging from her facial expression, it seemed like Robach also noticed that Reeve didn't wear pants at that time.

Reeve later took to his Twitter account to explain his side following the hilarious incident. "Trying to be efficient, I got ready for a post-GMA workout a little too soon this morning," he said in a statement posted to Twitter. "The camera angle, along with friends, family and several hundred strangers on social media made me rethink my morning routine."

"Any sartorial tips from these people who are wearing a belt, trousers and shoes during their work video calls at home are most welcome," he added, before joking, "Now, back to work. Wearing pants."

"When WFH goes wrong (or, your self-framed live shot goes too wide). Hope everyone got a much needed laugh," so Reeve captioned his post.

Will Reeve explains his 'no pants' incident

Will Reeve broke his silence on his hilarious 'no pants' incident.

People did have some laugh because of him as one replied to him, "You made all of us, sitting around in underwear for the last two months, feel normal again. Thank you for that and for having an awesome sense of humor." One other said, "I can guarantee that you will get more viewers with no shirt and no pants. Conformity is the death of free thinkers. Just roll with your new style. @TomCruise got nothin on you!"

"Thanks. Great to hear you are owning it. Good for a laugh and now off the radar. Well played! Be well!" another comment read. One person dubbed Reeve's blunder "a good break from all the serious news. A little levity during these depressing times is welcomed."

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