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Jason Sudeiki’s kids crashed his interview with ESPN

Jason Sudeikis’ kids appeared on his ESPN interview to share what Santa brought them.
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  • Jason Sudeikis’ kids ruined his interview on ESPN on Christmas morning.
  • Otis, 9, and Daisy, 7, joined their dad on “The Bird & Taurasi Show” to share what they had.
  • Otis received a PS5 while Daisy received a toy dog ​​named Gray Guy.

Jason Sudeikis’ kids appeared on his ESPN interview on Christmas morning to share what Santa gave them.

Sudeikis, best known for his time on “Saturday Night Live” and the football series “Ted Lasso,” appeared on “The Bird & Taurasi Show” on Dec. 25.

He was with hosts Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi to talk about predictions for the upcoming basketball game between the Milwaukee Bucks and the New York Knicks.

When he called, his two children, Otis, 9, and Daisy, 7, were visible on screen, while Sudeikis wore a green jumpsuit inspired by Will Ferrell’s character Buddy the Elf.

“These are the elves of the elves,” Sudeikis said, pointing to the children.

Sudeikis asked the two kids, whom he shares with Olivia Wilde, who they thought would win the game — Daisy said she didn’t know, and Otis chose the Knicks. (The Knicks ended up winning 129-122)

Sudeikis was also on the show to talk about highlights from his appearance at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in 2016, for which his children were missing. But they reappeared behind him a few minutes later.

“Get out of here,” Sudeikis joked.

Taurasi then asked the children what they had given for Christmas. Otis said he got a PS5 while Daisy got a toy dog ​​which she named Gray Guy.

Sudeikis later noted that the name was “on the nose.”

“Sometimes the nose hits,” Taurasi said.

Sudeikis said the children were also given special motorized suitcases that they could drive “through the airport.”

“I didn’t have to wait for them or carry their backpacks,” he said. “It’s the gift that keeps on giving until it gets too big.”

The children then shouted “subscribe now!” » and climbed on top of their father while moving closer to the camera.

“I wish I could blame Christmas,” Sudeikis said amid the chaos. “Merry Christmas.”

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