'BBC Dad' Has The Follow-Up Interview Hijacked By His Blessed Kids
15 March, 2017, 01:14 | Author: Essie Rivera
With the help of his two children, Professor Robert E Kelly inadvertently became a viral sensation a few days ago.
Jung-a Kim joined her husband, along with their children Marion and James, to talk about becoming unintended household names.
First comes Kelly's daughter, 4-year-old Marion, who is quickly followed by 8-month-old James in his walker.
Mrs Kelly told the Daily Mail she is proud of her son and all of his accomplishments, and added that he is a "wonderful" and committed father.
In the perfectly-timed comedic gem of a video, Kelly was giving a sober piece to camera about the political upheaval in South Korea when he was interrupted by not just one, but both of his young children.
First off, she rightfully points the finger right at Kelly: "Yeah, most of the time he locks the door", she said before he bursts into laughter.
He continued: "If you watch the tape I was sort of struggling to keep my own laughs down".
It's made all the more funnier as Kelly's wife attempts to discreetly remove the troublesome miscreants only to be anything but discreet.
At first, Kelly and Kim were anxious that the viral moment would hurt Kelly's chances of being booked as a TV expert.
These parading toddlers have been nominated as the best video-bomb the internet has ever seen. Then, their lives changed nearly immediately, and they had to put their phones on airplane mode because of all the demand.
But after watching the clip, Professor Kelly said they could see the amusing side of the situation.
In the moments after the interview, Professor Kelly and his wife told the BBC they were "mortified" about what happened and feared the little mishap had ruined Professor Kelly's continuing relationship with the network.
"It's a comedy of errors", Kelly said.
"Beginning on Friday night, we've been fairly relentlessly solicited on social media, by phone, by email", Kelly said of the sudden onslaught of attention. "I saw the video just like everybody else".
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