Hilarious Kids Who Took Over Their Parents' Live Interviews

Hilarious Kids Who Took Over Their Parents' Live Interviews
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Professor Robert Kelly's BBC Skype call isn't the first time we've seen kids adorably interrupt an interview, and we're sure it certainly won't be the last. The family held a press conference about the botched interview on Thursday, and we're pretty sure it's safe to say that Kelly's older daughter, Marion, once again stole the show.

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Kids are pretty unfazed by things like big cameras and TV appearances: for a three-year-old, a dad's lap is always a readily available seat, even when he's giving one of the biggest talks of his career in front of a live audience. No one knows this better than Riley Curry, basketball star Stephen Curry's young daughter who has made a habit of climbing up on stage to join him at post-game press conferences. Dad just made the play of the year? No better time to sing "All the Way Up" into a microphone, right?

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Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett may have just won a Super Bowl title, but that doesn't mean much to his toddler-age daughter, who fully crashed his press conference after the big game.

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Scroll down below to see the funniest kid interview crashers ever.

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