This morning, Professor Robert Kelly of Pusan National University was interviewed by BBC News. The interview– conducted via Skype– was broadcast live, and viewers tuned in to hear the professor’s insights on the political climate in South Korea. As serious as the subject may be, the interview ended in unexpected laughter when Prof Kelly’s kids busted onto camera!
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First, a little girl sauntered into the room up to Dad. Kelly tried to keep the interview professional. He continued talking about politics while gently pushing his little girl away from the camera, but– moments later– when a baby rolls into the room on a little walker, it’s clear that this interview is not going to go as planned! Even the formal professor can’t help but crack a smile!
But the best part is not the little girl, not the baby, and not the BBC staff trying to keep the interview on track… the best part is when Mom sprints in at full speed and tries her best to herd the children out of the room. Not only does she scramble to get them out of Dad’s interview, but she even crawls back into frame to shut the door!
BBC Newsbeat posted the video, saying “Our favorite TV moment of the week by far!” The hilarious clip has already gone viral, and Twitter is loving it:
@JOE_co_uk Torn over best part: dancing tot, man palms tot, plot twist baby’s entrance, woman’s awkward door close or the crying.
– Dawn Walton (@CTVdawnwalton) March 10, 2017
This is a fantastically arranged Skype interview. Looks professional. Really good….until the kids arive https://t.co/ZTL8I7GJiY
– Daniel Sandford (@BBCDanielS) March 10, 2017
@juliamacfarlane It’s the mum scrambling on the floor at the end that is priceless
– James Osborne (@jabosborne) March 10, 2017
Coming into the office on a Friday like pic.twitter.com/MCpmOvDEU2
– Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) March 10, 2017
This BBC interview is amazing. Just wait until the mum rushes in… ? pic.twitter.com/LGw1ACR9rg
– JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) March 10, 2017
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