A video posted by TikTok-famous mom Kerri Okie was shown on Inside Edition, and her reaction was priceless.
The American news show first aired in 1989 and has run for a huge 34 Seasons, hosted by Deborah Norville since 1995.
Each episode details the biggest news stories of the day, including investigative reports, interviews, human interest stories and celebrity and pop-culture features.
In the latest episode, producers showed a video by Kerri Okie, and she’s reacted to her appearance on TikTok.
Who is Kerri Okie?
Kerri Okie is a TikTok creator with over 1.5 million followers.
The TikTok-famous mom from Oklahoma City posts funny videos about her daily life which are all filmed by her daughter.
Her comedic skits often go viral and get up to ten million views.
Her video was shown on ‘Inside Edition’
Back in July, Kerri’s daughter posted a prank video where she locked the car door and filmed her mom trying to get in.
She then said that she had to do a dance to be allowed back into the car, and she proceeded to do a hilarious dance.
The video got over eight million views and went so viral that it was shown on the news program Inside Edition this week.
Kerri’s reaction was priceless
When Kerri found out that her silly dance was shown on Inside Edition, she wasn’t best pleased.
Kerri’s daughter filmed the video call where she broke the news to her mother and posted it to TikTok, and it was totally hilarious.
“Are you sitting down Mom, because we were on Inside Edition. The TV show,” her daughter said to which she shouted in disbelief: “I know what it is. Inside Edition?”
“No we weren’t, I watch that show all the time and I didn’t see nothing about us being on no national show… how did I miss it I watch it all the time? When was it on there?” she continued.
Her daughter then revealed that it was the car dance video that was shown, and she wasn’t very happy.
“Well isn’t that just Jim dandy. You made me dance and it went on national TV. Are you serious? I wish I’d smacked you with that wag bar whilst I could’ve,” she said, quoting the original video.
“That is a national show, how embarrassing… I was dancing,” she concluded.