A BBC expert's live interview with the BBC was interrupted Friday morning in a peculiar way, but no one is complaining.
The hilarious video shows expert Robert Kelly, the Professor of Political Science at Pusan National University, answering serious questions on South Korea's former president, Park Geun-hye, being ousted of power.
Then, a toddler in a bright yellow shirt and stylish eye wear bursts through the door of Kelly's home office and starts dancing behind him. What follows is just icing on the cake.
Here's the full clip of the interview posted to the BBC official Twitter account.
The video, re-shared in this post, is already being dubbed "the best interview of 2017."
Some used the little girl's confident stride as a bit of Friday morning inspiration.
To everyone: Walk into your morning meetings with the confidence of that first child.— Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) March 10, 2017
... you know. To get you through those work day meetings ahead of the weekend.