BBC Live Interview Goes Horribly Wrong As Kids Interrupt

by : UNILAD on : 10 Mar 2017 13:57
BBC World News

Proof that Vince McMahon was right when he said that ‘anything can happen on live TV’, this live BBC broadcast gets ruined when Professor Robert E Kelly’s interview gets interrupted by his devil offspring kids.

One of the famous sayings in show business is that you should never work with animals or kids, maybe it’s because they share the same traits of unpredictability.

That being said it’s a bit of a stretch to consider hard hitting serious news, like the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, within the realms of ‘showbiz’. However, this serious subject soon turns lighthearted when Kelly’s kids come storming into the room.


To be honest, Kelly played this very poorly, for one he’s blatantly trying to palm his daughter in the face as she approaches him for some fatherly love. Also you have to love the way she just happily strolls into the room.

Look how jolly she is!


As the interview goes on, Kelly – with his serious stern-like manner – tries to keep his composure but that’s all down the toilet when his youngest comes raging through on his/her baby walker. Clearly the both of them didn’t give two-shits about the serious implications of Park Geun-hye’s impeachment and what it could mean for the international community at-large.

All the wanted was some attention from their dad, but he was too busy caring about bloody South Korea’s problems.

You have to feel sorry for (what we assume) is the babysitter – who may getting her P.45 after this debacle – as she desperately tried to get them away from the live interview.


Let’s be real for a second her shall we? Professor Kelly was obviously irate, you could see the displeasure on his face but he handled it all wrong. He could’ve been nice about the situation and just explain to his little girl that he was busy, instead he choose to ignore them with an air self-righteous indignation.

Poor form Professor Kelly, poor form. Guess who won’t winning any ‘Father Of The Year Awards’ this year.

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