On many TV talk shows, the guest enters the stage from the right side (from the audience’s perspective), walks past the front of the host’s desk, then turns around just before sitting in the guest chair to the left of the desk, momentarily showing their back to the host or to the audience. How can the guest get to their chair and sit in it without turning their back on the host or the audience?
I don’t have a solution in mind. The answer could be practical, or creative, or require special skill. Guests should follow the red path and end up sitting in the guest chair.
Update: This puzzle was closed because answers are opinion-based, and there was no single correct answer. So, I am adding this stipulation: If there is more than one valid answer, then the one that is the easiest to perform physically will be accepted.