Surely by now we have all seen the BBC interview that recently went viral, where the babies walk in and interrupt the dad on a live BBC World broadcast. Professor Robert Kelly was being interviewed live on BBC News about South Korea, when out of nowhere his toddler and infant (who moseyed in merrily in a walker) busted into the room to come hang out with daddy. That’s hysterical but the funniest part of the unforeseen ordeal – was Kelly’s wife! Several seconds after the two kids unconsciously intruded upon the interview, you see Kelly’s wife frantically storm into the room and snatch the children up quickly rushing them out of the room. With the room door remaining open after their departure, Kelly’s wife then leans over from behind the wall on her knees and shuts the door! Yes laugh til’ you pee-your-trousers type of material!!
In light of the wacky interview, satirical news and entertainment show Jono and Ben released a spoof of the BBC event several days ago. Rather than a father, Jono and Ben demonstrated the likelihood of a mother’s interview interruption. It’s hilarious yet veracious at the same time!
Check out Jono and Ben’s comical BBC interview spoof below.