Admit it or not, we all dreamed of being featured in Television shows even for just a few seconds. Georgia, an adorable woman with Down Syndrome successfully conquered this trivial dream when she ‘video bombed’ a news TV report. Her totally natural but heartwarming reaction made her an instant internet sensation winning the hearts of people across the globe.
It was just a regular day for Scott Van Der Linden who was filming inside a shopping center for the Street Talk segment when he heard the voice of a woman giggling behind him. Unbeknownst to him, a woman with Down Syndrome named Georgia is beyond thrilled to be seen on camera, she even quickly fixed herself before flashing a beautiful smile.
“Is someone there?” Curious about what he is hearing, the Australian reporter asked the cameraman if there’s a person behind him. To confirm his suspicion, the TV reporter turned around and was surprised to see Georgia standing behind him.
“Do you want to say hello to the camera?” The kind TV reporter, Scott, asked Georgia who began clapping her hands due to her delight.
Seizing the moment, Georgia happily waved at the camera and said, “Hello – hi mum, hi dad, love ya!”
While the Australian TV reporter, Scott Van Der Linden, is already used with other bystanders video bombing the footage of his news report, still Georgia’s is his favorite. “[It is] one of the nicest ‘video bombs’ I’ve had while filming Street Talk,” Mr. Linden shared on his own Facebook account.
Indeed, who wouldn’t find Georgia’s presence refreshing and joyous? After all, unlike other people who cannot contain their excitement during live broadcasts and simply grab the mic of reporters, or quickly jump to be included in the frame, all reporters will surely love Geogia to video bomb their news report!
The clip which only runs for 35 seconds garnered over hundred thousands of likes and touched the hearts of over 60,000 people all over the world. Under the comment section, Georgia’s proud sister, Kathryn shared: “She’s exactly the same at home. Always manages to make us laugh. Light of my life and best friend.”
Indeed, Georgia’s adorably awesome video bomb of the TV report may be shorter than a minute, it sure is enough to make anyone’s day complete! How she managed to be polite amidst her exhilaration will surely paint a smile on your face!
Watch the video below and see for yourself why Georgia’s 35-second video-bomb touched more than 60,000 people all over the world!
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