Remember Robert Kelly? No? How about working-from-home / international meme / BBC dad who was hilariously interrupted by his kids during a live home-cross in 2017? Yeah, that guy.
Three years later, and everybody still remembers when a curious child interrupts Kelly’s serious analysis of a South Korean policy debate live on BBC.
And now, the world-famous interviewee has been tapped by Twitter in a new spot to showcase the social media platform’s latest features.
The new features allow users to restrict who can respond to their Tweets (which essentially translates into putting a stop to unwelcomed interruptions).
Check out the clever spot for yourself.
As someone who knows something about interruptions, we asked #BBCdad @Robert_E_Kelly to help us talk about Twitter’s conversation settings, which give brands more control over the conversations they start. https://t.co/i5eC2qEyRf pic.twitter.com/RSvqqpIyjT
— Twitter Marketing UK (@TwitterMktgUK) November 17, 2020
And in case you missed the original BBC Dad clip, here it is.