Marion Kelly, a.k.a. the “BBC interview kid,” won’t let anyone forget her sassiness as she took the spotlight once again at a Wednesday press conference with her family in South Korea.
The four-year-old girl, along with her 8-month-old brother James and mother Kim Jung-a, went viral last week after she busted through the door during a live BBC interview via Skype with her father, Robert Kelly.
At the press conference, Marion looked like she couldn’t care less while she rocked her pink glasses and enjoyed a lollipop.
“We love our children very much and we are happy that our family blooper, our family error, on television brought so much laughter to so many people,” said Kelly, an associate professor of political science at Pusan National University in South Korea, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
He added: “I had assumed that this would end any television pieces. That people would see this and assume it was just wildly unprofessional. No one would ever call me again. That I’d never speak on television again.”
Online netizens couldn’t get enough of Marion, with many Twitter users posting photos and GIFs of her meme-able “don’t give a f**k” attitude.
do not try to stop them pic.twitter.com/uKbsjjBdiP
— ᴘᴀᴘᴇʀʙᴇᴀᴛssᴄɪssᴏʀs! (@paperbeatstweet) March 14, 2017
If she isn’t President of Earth by the time I’m 80, I’ll be bitterly disappointed. pic.twitter.com/f5qEfaaPT7
— David Llewellyn (@TheDaiLlew) March 15, 2017
I love everything about Marion who interrupted her dad’s BBC interview. Love her trench coat and I love her glasses. pic.twitter.com/U3KLF1LIvF
— Yashar (@yashar) March 15, 2017
When you know you’re BBC interview kid and don’t have to even try anymore. pic.twitter.com/fIcmpZCFlt
— Rachel Waterman (@RW_HofV) March 16, 2017
Robert Kelly’s daughter in his press conference (live on BBC World TV now) chomping her lollipop like a cigar is the embodiment of thuglife. pic.twitter.com/05OhEKLHRm
— Tessa Wong (@tessa_wong) March 15, 2017
— &. (@AkikoKim) March 16, 2017
The viral video has even spawned several parody versions.
Kelly previously said in a follow-up interview with his family that Marion was in a “hippity-hoppity mood” on the day of the viral BBC video after celebrating her birthday at a school party.
Marion has not stated whether she plans to take over the world and rule the universe with her younger brother one day.