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VIDEO: Michael Bay gets flustered, walks off stage at CES

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Michael Bay is the talk of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas after he walked off stage following an embarrassing teleprompter glitch.

Sky News reports the "Transformers" director appeared at the show for Samsung to promote their new curved, ultra high definition 105-inch TV set. But less than one minute into a scripted conversation with Joe Stinziano, the firm's executive vice president, Bay becomes flustered by an autocue glitch, draws a blank and walks off the stage.

TMZ confirmed the teleprompter glitch.

Bay has since admitted he "embarrassed himself."

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