On Wednesday, Fox News aired some newly released footage of a waterfall flowing backward in Utah.
And as an introduction, The Five host Jesse Watters sang TLC’s “Waterfalls,” a Billboard N0. 1 hit from 1994.
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“Don’t go chasing waterfalls,” Watters sang, off tempo. He added, in his normal speaking voice, “Especially reverse waterfalls.”
From there, The Five showed an image of the “reverse waterfall” in question.
“Someone should tell him not to do this again,” someone joked on Twitter. “Is there such a thing as having too much confidence?”
Another Twitter user added, “They say don’t put the Q-tips in your ear canal but…”
“O’Reilly coffee boy sings what,” another person said, referring to Watters’ stint as a contributor on The O’Reilly Factor, predating his time as host of Jesse Watters Primetime.
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Watters has reason for the confidence. He co-hosts the most-watched newscast on cable. The Five, which averaged more than 3.3 million total viewers for the week ending on Jan. 22, according to Nielsen data obtained by Forbes. Meanwhile, his solo show Jesse Watters Primetime averaged more than 2.6 million total viewers over the same period, and it ranked as that week’s third-most watched newscast on cable.
Watters is laughing all the way to the bank.
Take a look —
Jesse Watters thought it was a good idea to sing during "The Five."
Is there such a thing as having too much confidence? Someone should tell him not to do this again.
People tell me all the time they don't know how I can watch so much Fox every day. . .clips like this one 🤦♀️ pic.twitter.com/0DYGSlFUJZ
— Decoding Fox News (@DecodingFoxNews) January 27, 2023
The waterfall footage comes reportedly from southwest Utah on Jan. 16, amid the brutal flooding on the west coast.
The photographer, RJ Hooper, shot “hours of footage.”
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“Seriously, the most incredible day for such unique conditions,” Hooper wrote in a Facebook post.
“In the last 20 years I can only remember a couple of time the waterfalls in Kayenta (Utah) flowed backwards! My drone struggled against the 60 mph wind over the cliff edge!”
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