Anything can happen when cameras are rolling for live TV, and sometimes hilarity ensues. For a daily dose of humor, check out this video that shows what just happened today during a live broadcast of BBC News.
In the segment, we see Professor Robert Kelly talking to BBC News in a nice little office about a South Korean news story, when all of a sudden his daughter happily strolls into the room and skips toward her daddy. A baby in a walker then turns the corner before Dr. Kelly’s wife suddenly bursts into the room to frantically collect her children.
“But he managed to keep his composure and complete the interview successfully,” BBC News says. The little clip is now going viral across the Web, and CNN International shared the clip from its broadcast on Facebook, where it has been viewed over 1 million times over the past few hours:
Dr. Kelly and his wife may be embarrassed, but the kids were definitely the best part of the interview.