Legendary singer Seal offers suggestion to KOLD meteorologist - Tucson News Now

Legendary singer Seal offers suggestion to KOLD meteorologist

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(Source: Seal / Twitter) (Source: Seal / Twitter)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Live TV is a beautiful thing.

We have little control over what's happening and we've all had our fair share of technical difficulties and uninvited guests -- both human and insect alike.

KOLD News 13 Chief Meteorologist Kevin Jeanes found himself in one of those unexpected moments Wednesday afternoon, April 19.

During a forecast, a few seconds of Seal's song "Kiss from a Rose" played.

Kevin and the crew took in stride, like the professionals they are.

Of course, we had to share it on Facebook and Twitter.

Imagine our surprise when Seal himself responded.

The legendary British singer, who's sold more than 30 million records, had a simple suggestion from Kevin -- "Should have let it play."

Kevin eventually found out what happened. A clip of the song was "hidden" at the top of his animations play list.

He claimed he was set up but a few of us at the station know the real reason.

Kevin's a HUGE Seal fan. But to be fair, who isn't?

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