The cohosts - who have been working together for over a decade - attempted to tell viewers about the moment a gust of wind sent mattresses flying in Colorado, but the footage was too funny for the pair to handle.
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"These incredible pictures out of Colorado show dozens of air mattresses were sent flying on Saturday in the lead-up to an open-air cinema event," Kylie tried to explain.
"An eyewitness to the emergency, who captured the moment called it the great mattress migration of 2019," Larry continued between spurts of laughter.
"The strong winds...oh dear," he said, realising he could no longer contain himself but attempted to conclude the story:
"Sent the mattresses flying across a park in Denver and we will continue to unpack this story for you."
The TV hosts erupted into uncontrollable laughter at the story.
"That's funny... we need a laugh," said Larry.
"Flying mattresses at the top of the show. Can we...can we just see how ridiculous that looks," Larry said.
"You come in here and try and host a TV show after seeing that," the 54-year-old joked.
Kylie and Larry were in hysterics as the amusing footage continued to play, before eventually moving on to the next story.
Kylie and Larry were in hysterics as the amusing footage continued to play on The Morning Show.
This isn't the first time the Channel 7 hosts have had to report on ridiculously funny stories.