Watch: What if the BBC interviewee was not a man, but a woman?
What if the person giving the BBC interview that was crashed by the interviewee's children, not a man but a woman?
What if the person giving the BBC interview that was crashed by the interviewee's children not a man but a woman?
Surely, the BBC interview was watched and re-watched multiple times, making it one of the top trends on Facebook for quite a while, but would it be the same if the interviewee was a mother and her children had walked in on her? Probably not.
Of the many parody videos that were made of the interview, this particular video from New Zealand that the duo Jono and Ben have enacted, stands out.
Why, you ask? In this, when the child enters the room, the woman picks her up and feeds her milk while she continues to answer the questions on Korea.
Soon after, the toddler walks in and the mother gives her a toy to play with.
This parody video is not funny, but it surely gives us an insight into the lives of women who have been multitasking for years now.
Professor Kelly, who was the actual interviewee on the BBC show, in a statement recently said that he was overwhelmed by the reactions that his family had received after the video was watched worldwide.
Watch the parody video here:
Watch the original video here:
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