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FUNNY: Kid interrupts Mom's live interview

Thursday, July 2, 2020 • Malayalam Comments
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FUNNY: Kid interrupts Moms live interview

The video of a little kid's hilarious photobomb, while her mom was on a live BBC News interview, is shared widely on social media and across global media platforms. The most hilarious part is that she even struck up a conversation with the newsreader.

The funny incident happened when Dr. Clare Wenham from the London School of Economics (LSE) was giving an interview to BBC from her home when her daughter Scarlett appeared talking loudly. “Mummy, where do you want this picture?” Scarlett went on to ask her mother. The young girl was seen waving around her picture of a unicorn and trying to find a place for it on a bookshelf in the background.

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Soon, in response, the news presenter replied “My name is Christian,” to which Scarlett responded: “Christian, I’m just deciding where it can go and where mummy wants it to go.” “I think just on that shelf is great, thank you,” said Dr Wenham who apologized for the interruption. The video was shared by BBC on their official Twitter handle.

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While the video has gone viral on social media, many got reminded of professor Robert Kelly’s two children who photobombed his live interview about South Korea. The video was viral on social media then.


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