Exelby was presenting late-night rolling coverage on ABC News 24 after 10 pm on Saturday when she was caught daydreaming between segments.
An ABC newsreader has been making headlines for making people laugh when she had a very expressive reaction to being caught off-guard while being on live TV.
Lending itself to the belief that Exelby's continued employment in an on-air role would cause viewers not to be able to take the station seriously as a credible news source, Australian journalism is now distraction-free and focused once again.
Morris also shared that the channel wants her to to continue working various shifts she has been rostered for.
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"While she is not now doing any on-air shifts, this will be subject to normal performance management".
"I have spoken to Natasha and conveyed our regret that this has attracted such attention", Morris said.
Other journalists began telling their own embarrassing stories in solidarity with Ms Exelby after the footage emerged.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten has said it's "ridiculous" for the ABC to punish the newsreader over the on-air stuff-up. An online petition calling on ABC CEO Michelle Guthrie to reinstate Exelby had gained more than 3,700 signatures this morning.
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She did, however, take to Twitter to thank followers for their support - which has been flooding in since the incident.
The presenter saw the amusing side: "Thank U all for ur generous support". Not my finest hour, ' she wrote. "Myself and my mesmerizing pen honorably salute you!"
Ten presenter Tracey Spicer admitted: "I fainted twice and said "f***" once".
Fellow Labor politician Sam Dastyari has also defended the experienced journalist, telling Fairfax Media she has already "suffered enough". A Facebook user commented saying, "I watched that live was the funniest thing I have ever seen!"
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She told News.com.au she wasn't proud of what happened, but knows why the video has since gone viral. Her reaction after realising the cameras were rolling, however, was what really got tongues wagging.