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Blind Girl, 11, Goes Viral After Response To Reporter’s Awkward Question

Blind Girl, 11, Goes Viral After Response To Reporter’s Awkward Question

1 hour ago 0  Shares Blind Girl, 11, Goes Viral After Response To Reporter’s Awkward Question Sun Feb 03 2019 13:45:23 GMT+0000 (GMT) Sun Feb 03 2019 14:58:20 GMT+0000 (GMT) Rachael Grealish Rachael Grealish in  News Powered by A young blind girl was straight to the point when a news reporter asked her a pretty…


Ayoung blind girlwas straight to the point when a news reporter asked her apretty cringe-worthyquestion.

The NBC News correspondent, Kristen Dahlgren, was left feeling a little awkward when interviewing11-year-old Faith Murray – a young radio host –forNightly News.

Kristen asked Faith: “Is there anything you can’t do, Faith?”

Faith had the perfect response with: “See.”

Kristen gives an awkward laugh knowing the interview must go on and asks again: “Is there anything other than that?”

Faith clearly wasn’t feeling that question and gave another simple answer of: “Err, no.”

Well, at least she’s a confident youngster.

A Twitter user posted a clip of the interview, with the comment ‘did she just-‘ now the tweet has got more than 86,000 retweets, 240,000 likes and 3.8 million views.

Most viewers just weren’t sure if it was a moment they could have a chuckle about, or not.

There wasn’t only awkward comments over the interview but the headline also gathered a fair bit of controversy with: “11-year-old Radio Host Inspires America With Her Vision Of Hope.”

Yes, it said ‘vision’ and people didn’t really know how to respond to that either.

Basically, the whole thing didn’t go down particularly well – however, that little girl showed she really could hold her own when it came to give mic-drop-worthy comebacks to awkward questions.

Faith may only be in the fifth grade, but she already hosts her own radio show where she talks everything from weather forecasts to public service announcements for theTalking Information Center Network.

This network which reaches tens of thousands of people who are visually impaired or have other disabilities.

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Rachael Grealish

Rachael is a NCTJ qualified journalist from West Cumbria, with a passion for news, features and journalism. Outside of work Rachael loves plenty of coffee, running and reading.

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