Our favorite live TV moment

If it happens when you’re being interviewed live on TV it’s painful and awkward, a BBC News interview that was being conducted via Skype became of hell of a lot more entertaining when a couple of kids came into the room. Thankfully, BBC correspondent Robert E Kelly, managed to keep his cool.

Robert Kelly was trying to discuss the South Korean president’s impeachment when his toddler came ambling up to him. Kelly tried and failed to push her out of view and before you know it there’s a second child comes rolling through the door like an absolute legend. And, finally a horrified mum or nanny who we’re guessing was supposed to be keeping an eye on the kids.

It’s pretty hilarious.

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via BBCone

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