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Reporter's Son Interrupts Her On The Live Newscast

Reporter's Son Interrupts Her On The Live Newscast
Reporter's Son Interrupts Her On The Live Newscast

Video: Reporter's Son Interrupts Her On The Live Newscast

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Video: Reporter’s Son Interrupts Live Broadcast 2023, January
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An MSNBC reporter inadvertently made the news. The mother of twins took her children to the television studio where she works and one of her little ones surprised her in the middle of the live newscast. A video - which has gone viral - shows the journalist reporting on Turkey's military operations in Syria when a beautiful blond boy interrupts her. NBC News correspondent Courtney Kube apologizes to the audience when she sees the boy on camera: “Excuse me, my children are here. This is how live television is!”

mom on television boy
mom on television boy

The reporter has received the support of her colleagues and the network. "Sometimes unexpected news happens when you are reporting breaking news," the network wrote on Twitter, along with a video of Kube's son interrupting her on live television and the hashtags # MamásDeMSNBC and # MamásTrabajadoras.

"This boy made me smile. She is a strong mother who maintains her job and cares for her children,”said a viewer on Twitter. His colleague, correspondent Julia E. Ainsley also tweeted about Kube: “Mother of twins and the best at her job. @ckubeNBC does it all well."

The Kube video is reminiscent of another moment that went viral in 2017 from children who interrupted their father, a teacher who was being interviewed by BBC News. The little ones entered the room while he recorded a segment commenting on politics.

No doubt the audience has had a lot of fun with these "surprise guests" on both newscasts. Professor Robert Kelly spoke to the press after the famous television incident. He claims he thought he had made a fool of himself in front of everyone, but the audience thought it was a lot of fun. "I couldn't understand why the BBC was continuing the interview," Kelly confessed to The Guardian. "Maybe they realized right away that this was [equivalent to] gold in [terms of] comedy."

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