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Carrie Bickmore salsas with Chris Walker – after he accidentally exposed himself to ABC staff


Carrie Bickmore is learning salsa dancing in London with her partner Chris Walker, after the TV exec accidentally exposed himself to ABC colleagues.

On Wednesday, the mother of three, 41, was joined by her radio co-host Tommy Little, who is on holiday in the UK, and shared footage of the dance class to her Instagram. 

In a short video, Carrie looked like a natural as she showed off her dance moves inside a London studio. 

'Stepped out of our comfort zones': Carrie Bickmore gave salsa dancing a go on with her partner Chris Walker on Wednesday - after the TV exec accidentally exposed himself to ABC colleagues. Pictured: Carrie and Chris in London on Wednesday

‘Stepped out of our comfort zones’: Carrie Bickmore gave salsa dancing a go on with her partner Chris Walker on Wednesday – after the TV exec accidentally exposed himself to ABC colleagues. Pictured: Carrie and Chris in London on Wednesday

She revealed her trim figure in a khaki singlet top and a black and white checkered skirt, which she teamed with comfy sneakers.

The media star also posted a photo with Chris on the dance floor, followed by one of herself and Tommy, 37, out on the streets of London. 

‘Stepped out of our comfort zones and gave salsa dancing a try,’ she captioned the post. 

Carrie’s spin on the dancefloor comes after her TV executive partner was officially let off the hook after he was caught with his trousers down on a company Skype call last month. 

Giving it her all: In a short video shared to her Instagram, Carrie looked like a natural as she showed off her dance moves inside a London studio

Giving it her all: In a short video shared to her Instagram, Carrie looked like a natural as she showed off her dance moves inside a London studio 

Dance attire: The mother of three revealed her trim figure in a khaki singlet top and a black and white checkered skirt, which she teamed with comfy sneakers

Dance attire: The mother of three revealed her trim figure in a khaki singlet top and a black and white checkered skirt, which she teamed with comfy sneakers 

Enjoying the sights: Carrie also posted a photo of herself and Tommy (pictured), 37, out on the streets of London

Enjoying the sights: Carrie also posted a photo of herself and Tommy (pictured), 37, out on the streets of London 

The executive producer of comedy show The Weekly, stripped naked in front of shocked ABC staff after he thought he’d left a video conference on May 17.

While the gaffe led to an avalanche of embarrassing headlines for the ABC, Walker is ‘unlikely to face serious sanctions’, according to The Australian.

The public broadcaster reportedly took the incident ‘seriously’ but managers say the steps already taken will ‘probably’ be the end of the matter. 

Phew! Chris Walker (right) is off the hook after he was caught with his trousers down on a company Skype call last month

Phew! Chris Walker (right) is off the hook after he was caught with his trousers down on a company Skype call last month

An insider told the newspaper: ‘It was a genuine mistake. Obviously, the ABC is taking it seriously if people were traumatised.

‘But if serious action was taken against Chris Walker for an accidental flash, there’d also be an outcry.’

It comes a week after an anonymous ABC employee made bombshell claims about the now-infamous ‘nude Zoom’ incident. 

The staffer accused senior ABC managers of initially brushing off the gaffe as ‘hilarious’ and dismissing employees’ concerns. 

Moving on: Walker, the executive producer of The Weekly, stripped naked in front of shocked ABC staff after he thought he'd left a video conference on May 17. While the gaffe led to an avalanche of embarrassing headlines for ABC, he is 'unlikely to face serious sanctions'

Moving on: Walker, the executive producer of The Weekly, stripped naked in front of shocked ABC staff after he thought he’d left a video conference on May 17. While the gaffe led to an avalanche of embarrassing headlines for ABC, he is ‘unlikely to face serious sanctions’

The ABC has since offered counselling to staffers who witnessed the incident, The Herald Sun reported.

The staffer also accused the ABC of downplaying the gaffe because Walker’s production company Thinkative Television is behind some of the public broadcaster’s most popular shows, including The Weekly and Hard Quiz.

‘You’re not allowed plastic bottles in the building, but the nude guy is on the screen [and] that’s hilarious,’ they grumbled.

‘If it was an ABC person [instead of someone from an external production company] they would never be allowed to set foot in the place again.’ 

Chapter closed: The public broadcaster reportedly took the incident 'seriously' but managers say the steps already taken will 'probably' be the end of the matter, reports The Australian

Chapter closed: The public broadcaster reportedly took the incident ‘seriously’ but managers say the steps already taken will ‘probably’ be the end of the matter, reports The Australian 

Furthermore, the staffer alleged footage of the ‘nude Zoom call’ was still floating around in the ABC archives.

‘Everything that came in was recorded. That call was recorded, there is a technical log,’ they claimed.

Walker accidentally stripped naked in front of ABC staff when he thought he had left a company Skype call three weeks ago. 

Not a big deal? Walker accidentally stripped naked in front of ABC staff when he thought he had left a company Skype call three weeks ago

Not a big deal? Walker accidentally stripped naked in front of ABC staff when he thought he had left a company Skype call three weeks ago

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