Newswire: Family behind viral BBC interview finally appears on camera when they’re supposed to

Last week, the world was treated to one of the greatest unscripted comedy moments of all time when a pair of kids stormed into their dad’s BBC News interview like a pair of tiny badasses, prompting their mom to barge into the room like Kramer and quickly whisk them away. You definitely saw it, but here it is again just in case:

Well no one had a clue what he was talking about…. #wtv #livetv #getoutofmyshot pic.twitter.com/abLU28JXX9

— Tony Brown (@tonyprod77) March 10, 2017

The poor interviewee was Korean affairs expert Robert Kelly, and now he and his family have talked to The Wall Street Journal about how it feels to become an overnight viral sensation. The piece is notable for two reasons: One, it includes some videos of Kelly’s children appearing on camera when they’re actually supposed to, and two, the backstory somehow makes …

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