1. NO JOKE

    Radio Hosts ‘Heartbroken’

    In this undated supplied publicity photo 2 Day FM radio presenters Mel Greig, left, and Michael Christian pose. Greig and Christian during their radio program Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, impersonated Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales to dupe hospital staff into giving information on the condition of the former Kate Middleton who was suffering severe morning sickness. (AP Photo/AAP Image, Southern Cross Austereo Sydney) Australia Out, Editorial Use Only, No Archiving

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    The two Australian DJs whose bad imitation of the queen led to the world’s most disastrous prank call said they were “gutted, shattered, and heartbroken” in their first interview since. Jacintha Saldanha, a London nurse, was found dead shortly after the two pranksters phoned in to her hospital and fooled her into thinking they were the queen. “If we played any involvement in her death, then we’re very sorry,” said presenter Mel Grieg, 30. “We couldn’t foresee what was going to happen.”

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