All of these factors converged to create a perfect storm of commentary fodder.Kelly’s kids hilariously crashing his interview may have been all the video needed to go viral.
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As some of the most upvoted comments on the BBC’s Facebook post about the incident illustrate, many people fall into one of two camps.
“It's not funny to me, it's sad,” reads one comment with more than 16,000 likes.
On Friday, Kelly’s two kids barged into his sedate home office in Busan, South Korea, while Kelly was being interviewed by the BBC about the impeachment of the South Korean president.
First, his daughter let herself in and danced behind him while Kelly tried to continue talking — and then a baby in a walker rolled through the door, followed by a flustered woman who dragged them out of the room in a near-farcical rush.
But the temptation to apply a narrative beyond what’s in the video took its virality to the next level, as people used it to make a variety of social statements about parenting, work-life balance, and more.