Kids will say and do the darndest things, and that’s precisely why we know your newest guilty pleasure is going to be NBC’s Little Big Shots.
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Hosted by Steve Harvey, the show features talented little boss kids and we already can’t get enough. These adorable prodigies showcasing their epic talents is reason enough to tune in, but the comedic relief is going to keep you coming back.
Check out the five reasons why you can’t miss this show.
1. When Steve’s feeling stupid, these kids are happy to point out that they’re in agreement.
In the hilarious clip, Steve is feeling like his talents are inadequate and one little boy echoes his sentiment with a simple (but devastating) “mmmhhhm.”
2. When Steve Apologizes to his 7 kids.
After watching this amazing piano-boy-genius, Steve can’t help but feel bad that he didn’t create his own little legion of prodigies.
“I want to apologize to my 7 children,” he jokes. “This could have been you.”
No doubt parents everywhere are feeling the exact same way.
3. When this future NBA star asks a question that Steve just can’t handle.
When the two go toe-to-toe in a jump-shot contest, Steve gets owned by this little guy, who hilariously shuts him down with a simple question: “Where are your balls?”
4. When Steve learns he is too big to take gymnastics classes.
This little guy said what we’re all thinking – Steve probably won’t be able to hit those cartwheels. So it’s probably safer for him to stay with his feet firmly planted on the ground.
5. When one little girl gives a surprising confession.
This has to be one of the funniest “parents’ worst nightmare” moments we’ve seen in a minute. When Steve asks one little cutie if her sibling is a good big brother, she gives the most epic response.
“He feels me better when my daddy or my mamma whup me,” she reveals, to which Steve perfectly responds, “You didn’t know that was gonna come out on national TV, did you?”
For all of these hilarious moments and more, tune into the premiere of Little Big Shots on Sunday March 13 at 8/7c, only on NBC.