Now, to be fair, we're not regular listeners to Paula White's show on BBC Radio Stoke. Chiefly because we don't live in Stoke.
But listening to what was her final show in the Friday afternoon slot (she's moving to Saturdays), we'd hazard a guess that she was just a teensy-weensy bit tiddly.
As Radio Today reports, White started her last show at 1pm - but was replaced just 30 minutes later because of her on-air shenanigans.
Responding to a listener who texted in saying “Paula, you sound drunk”, she responded: "I'm not drunk! I've had a couple of drinks, I'm not drunk!" - before squealing into the microphone.
Confused by the buttons she had to press, White then played a jingle instead of a track - and declared: "It's the last day and nothing's working! Why is nothing working?!"
White's colleague Denholm Siergetz swiftly took over, telling listeners: "Paula is not feeling well, with it being her last afternoon show – so she has gone home."
Listen to the radio magic happen below:
Ms White, we salute you. And we think Alan Partridge would be proud.
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