troubleshooting Question

Insert Stored Procedure results into a table variable with extra columns

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I have a table variable with five columns and defaults set but can't get a stored procedure results to insert into table.
example:

declare @Results table (
Col1 varchar(50),
Col2 varchar(50),
Col3 varchar(50),
Col4 int default 0,
Col5 varchar(50) default null
)

Insert into @Results
Exec uspGetResults

The uspGetResults returns 3 columns of data.  If I remove the last two columns in @Results works fine.  

I could add two columns to the uspGetResults table but would rather not because it's used for other purposes.
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