Teresa Mannion Breaks The Internet!
It was a news report of absolute epic proportions and one that will no doubt appear on Reeling In The Years in 2035! RTE's Teresa Mannion ...on Galway's Salthill prom...in the eye of Storm Desmond...trying not to get blown out to sea while holding on to her hat and shouting at the camera "CROSSMOLIN
Footage of RTE reporter Teresa Mannion dramatically batting against Storm Desmond goes viral - Irish
AN RTE NEWS presenter has caused an internet storm - by reporting from the middle of an actual storm Teresa Mannion can be seen hilariously battling with horrendous weather conditions as she tries to file her news segment. The clip shows Teresa stood in the middle of Storm Desmond in Salthill, Galwa
Irish reporter's epic Storm Desmond report turns her into national hero
The life of an on-the-scene reporter isn't all glitz and glamour, you know. Just ask RTÉ journalist Teresa Mannion, whose stoic live broadcast from the wet and windy heart of Storm Desmond on Saturday made her an instant legend in Ireland over the weekend. You really can't fault Mannion's performan
Storm Desmond: Journalist Teresa Mannion becomes internet 'legend' after soggy storm report
A journalist has been hailed a "legend" following a daring live news report in which she was battered by the gales and driving rain of Storm Desmond. RTÉ news reporter Teresa Mannion quickly became the talk of social media for her 5th December report from the Galway coast, in which she battled agai
Watch: Everyone's talking about Teresa Mannion's ''dramatic'' report on RTE
This evening's Six One news report saw Teresa Mannion reporting live from Galway, which is facing the brunt of Storm Desmond at the moment. Teresa's report, which was broadcast from Blackrock in Salthill, quickly became the talk of Twitter for its sense of drama. .
WATCH: What happened after Teresa Mannion's Storm Desmond broadcast
Saturday's report from Teresa Mannion is now the stuff of legend. Twitter had a field day, it's been covered by international news outlets - and the truest sign of legend status - the parodies have been rolling in. There have been many - like this adorable one from a five-year-old girl or this Tipp
TV presenter's report on Storm Desmond becomes an internet sensation
Teresa Mannion reported from Salt Hill in Galway for RTE evening news Seen swaying in gale force wind as rain teemed down her face Clip remixed as dance track as she's hailed as a 'legend' on social media Turned into an internet meme, showing her in Jurassic Park and Titanic An Irish TV reporter's w
Storm Desmond reporter becomes internet sensation after dramatic weather report
StormTeresa continues to rule the net today. We hope you've warmed up by now @MANNIOT! #teresamannion #StormDesmond https://t.co/wDAv0kUTan - RTÉ TEN (@RTE_TEN) December 6, 2015 This is the Storm Desmond weather report that made journalist Teresa Mannion a social media sensation.
Soaked TV presenter praised for stoic live report in Storm Desmond
An Irish TV presenter has been praised after continuing her live weather report despite being battered by rain and gales from Storm Desmond. Teresa Mannion, from Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ), attracted widespread admiration among social media users with her report from Salthill, Galway.
Storm Teresa still rules the internet
Teresa Mannion's Storm Desmond report on the RTÉ News: Six One has continued to entertain and garner a series of memes and pastiches. The RTÉ news journalist quickly became the top trending topic in Ireland after her heroic live report on Saturday, which saw her being battered by sheets of rain an
RTE's Teresa Mannion breaks the internet following dramatic Storm Desmond weather report - BelfastTe
RTE journalist Teresa Mannion is a hot topic on social media today following her live report on RTE News last night. Teresa did the live report in awful conditions - in gale force winds and with rain pouring down around her. She reported live from Galway, which is bearing the brunt of all things Sto
This Journalist Was Turned Into A Meme After Everyone Went Crazy For Her Storm Report
Mannion, reporting from Salthill, Galway for RTÉ News, is seen shouting into her microphone, warning people of the dangers of the storm that ravaged across parts of Northern England, Scotland, and Ireland over the weekend.