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‘Kid President’ interviews Beyoncé, gives her kiss on cheek


Kid President has done it again – this time, he landed an interview with one of music's biggest stars, Beyoncé.

Before meeting the pop star, Kid President – a.k.a. Robby Novak — admitted: "I'm so excited, I could die."

The singer sat down with the 9-year-old Tennessee native to help prepare him for World Humanitarian Day, which is being celebrated today.

He is asked if this is the most important interview he's ever done. Kid President replied, "Probably, yes!"

"Are you ready for it?" he is asked. "No," he answered.

"Are you excited for it?" he is later asked. "Yes!" he said.

Moments later, Kid President is seen sitting before Beyoncé herself — and the two kick off the interview with a fit of giggles.

"I can't believe I'm sitting in front of Kid President," she says. "I was very excited to meet you today."

Kid President remained professional and asked the singer a series of hard-hitting questions like "Who encouraged you as a kid?" and "Why is World Humanitarian Day so important?"

But one question in particular led to an unexpected response.

"Are we best friends?" Kid President asked Beyoncé towards the end of the interview.

"Only if I can get a kiss on my cheek," she said, to which he gladly complied.

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