It seems like only yesterday, but it is exactly 12 months since the greatest moment in TV history happened.

Yes, we are talking about the moment that South Korean expert Robert E Kelly was interrupted by his young children while being interviewed live on BBC News.

The moment instantly became a viral hit online and virtually turned Kelly and his family into celebrities overnight.

Needless to say, it's probably the greatest 41 seconds in the entire history of planet Earth and – given that it is celebrating its first anniversary today – people are commemorating it in an appropriate manner.

Fortunately, the moment didn't scupper Kelly's reputation as a professor of political science, as he still appears on BBC News to this day.

He is yet to tweet about the anniversary of the incident but, at Christmas, he did thank all the new follows he acquired since going viral.

HT BBC

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