News Pop Culture and Entertainment Hilarious Kids Who Took Over Their Parents' Live Interviews By Jane Asher Jane Asher Jane Asher is a New York-based writer, editor, and social media manager covering all things beauty, fashion, and celebrity. She was previously the Assistant Social Media Editor at InStyle. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on March 16, 2017 @ 06:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: YELIM LEE/AFP/Getty 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. 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? VIDEO: How to Avoid Spoiling Your Kids 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. Dad Whose Kids Crashed His BBC Interview Found It Hilarious Too Scroll down below to see the funniest kid interview crashers ever.