What if kids narrated the BBC's "Planet Earth"?
(CBS News) The BBC's "Planet Earth" has captivated audiences across the world since it first appeared in 2006. But it looks like they're thinking of possibly taking the show in a new and very different direction based on the audition videos above by some of the show's youngest fans. Take a look.
The tongue-in-cheek auditions were posted to YouTube by BBC America and includes a variety of kids trying out for the role of narrator to the series. But I have a feeling they had no idea that one of the kids would actually end up doing so well... am I the only one who thought that young Aiden really nailed his tryout starting at about a minute into the clip? Feel free to let me know what you think below.
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