Illusionist Darcey Oake makes Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway DISAPPEAR live on air


Illusionist makes GMB’s Kate Garraway DISAPPEAR live on air (but eagle-eyed viewers spot how trick was carried out)

Darcey Oake from Winnipeg, Canada is about to embark on a 11 date tourKate Garraway, 52, climbed inside a black box for the trick But  some viewers think they spotted a trap door on the table the box was on 

There was magic in the atmosphere on this morning’s GMB as illusionist Darcey Oake made presenter Kate Garraway, 52, disappear live on air.

Appearing on the ITV breakfast show to promote his tour, the 27-year-old magician from Canada, who found fame on Britain’s Got Talent in 2014, was tasked with using his skills to temporarily send Kate into another realm.

Kate removed her shoes and stepped inside the black box before crouching down so that Darcey could close the lid.

Insisting that the trick was being done in real time and no fancy camera angles were being used, he told viewers at home: ‘I want to make it clear that this is live television – one continuous shot – the camera will not cut away.’

After a few short moments, Darcey cast his hands over the box before picking it up and folding it to prove that Kate had disappeared.

With Kate no where to be seen, there were audible gasps from the studio and Ben who tried to listen out for Kate.

Canadian illusionist Darcey Oake was tasked with making GMB host Kate Garraway disappear during the live TV segment

Canadian illusionist Darcey Oake was tasked with making GMB host Kate Garraway disappear during the live TV segment

Darcey Oake was tasked with making GMB host Kate Garraway disappear during the live TV segment

Darcey Oake was tasked with making GMB host Kate Garraway disappear during the live TV segment

Kate admitted she was nervous as Darcey spoke about how his tricks can go wrong sometimes

Kate admitted she was nervous as Darcey spoke about how his tricks can go wrong sometimes


But before she stepped into the black box that was placed on a table, Kate’s co-host Ben Shephard jokingly asked whether a trick he carried out had ever gone wrong.

‘Sometimes, but the audience doesn’t know what to expect so a magic trick never goes wrong, it just gets longer,’ Darcey explained. 

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