‘Tucker’ed out co-host falls asleep during live ‘Fox and Friends’

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Tucker CarlsonThe Fox News’ morning show “Fox and Friends” will absolutely have to rename its “curvy couch” the “comfy couch” after the adorable Tucker Carlson fell fast asleep during the live broadcast Saturday morning.

Cohosts Alisyn Camerota and Mike Jerrick were in stitches, as was the entire crew, as Tucker woke from his short snooze.

“Good to see you. Welcome to Fox and Friends,” Jerrick joked to a refreshed Carlson.

Poor Tucker thought they were on commercial break, so he said he wasn’t too “bothered” about his cat nap.

You can see, though, that Carlson wanted to crawl under the couch when he learned, oh yes….he was really dozing on live television.

“In the 15 years of this program, I don’t think that’s ever happened,” Jerrick said, as Carlson’s face started turning red.

Tucker explained he was tuckered out from sitting in for Sean Hannity’s nine o’clock broadcast the evening before.

“Evil cameraman,” indeed!

*This post was updated with the correct cohost Mike Jerrick. Original sources incorrectly named Clayton Morris as the cohost.

Watch the cute segment via The Daily Mail here:

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