Watch serious live interview get crashed by cute kids

Ian Sandwell
Photo credit: BBC

From Digital Spy

A live news interview about politics in the Far East took an adorable turn today (March 10) on BBC World News.

While being asked for expert analysis on the South Korean president being impeached, Robert E Kelly's daughter decided it was the perfect time to steal the show by bursting into the room and dancing in the background.

And if that wasn't cute enough, his baby wanted to join in on the action and came into the room on a baby stroller.

Sadly, the fun didn't last long as a woman entered the room to lead the expert's children out, letting him get on with his political interview, but he definitely noticed and struggled to contain his amusement.

BBC World News journalist Roland Hughes found it all highly amusing, like we all did.

It certainly makes a change from live TV interviews being notable for a guest swearing like Joan Collins did on ITV's Lorraine just this morning.

Last month, former Coronation Street star Amanda Barrie also let slip a naughty word live on air as she was being interviewed on the same show, forcing Lorraine Kelly to make a quick apology.

And there must be something in the water as Kim Woodburn swore on Loose Women last week as she was speaking about her time in the Celebrity Big Brother house, describing her fellow housemates as "bastards".

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